World news – Devan Dubnyk solid, but Sharks’ offensive stutters against Avalanche


Devan Dubnyk gave his team every chance to beat the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday evening but got nothing in terms of offensive support.

Dubnyk scored 28 saves in a row before the Avalanche scored two goals in less than two minutes in the third half to score the Sharks 3-0 defeat and win the two series of games at the Ball Arena.

Nazem Kadri scored at 9:55 in the third half and Andre Burakovsky added an insurance goal just 1:58 later when the Sharks lost consecutive games for the first time this season. San Jose is now three days off before they are due to play the Vegas Golden Knights in Glendale, Arizona on Monday.

Dubnyk finished with 35 saves as the Avalanche overtook the Sharks 38-21. San Jose closed for the first time this season.

Dubnyk helped hold the result 0-0 after two periods, scoring 18 saves in 40 minutes, including six in three Avalanche Power games.

Dubnyk started the season for the third time when he came into play on Thursday with a 0-2-0 record and savings of 0.894 percent. On Tuesday, Dubnyk came to the relief of Martin Jones, who allowed five goals in the first 25 minutes and 47 seconds before he was drawn. Dubnyk scored 21 saves to relieve a 7-3 Sharks loss.

Shark coach Bob Boughner begins looking for one of his goalkeepers to take over the net, saying on Tuesday that Dubnyk “is a guy who deserves a little more time. We did some good goalkeeping here in the first few games, but I think we need the one who reinforces and makes it so difficult that you can’t take him out for the next game.

« It’s consistency – just like the rest of our game. We’re still looking for consistency across our lineup. »

Thursday’s game was tied 0-0 after the first half as the Sharks missed the opportunity to take an early lead and went 3-0 with two shots on goal in the power play. The Sharks competed Thursday with a 1:19 man advantage skid that began with their game on January 20 with the St. Louis Blues.

The Pierre-Edouard Bellemare Avalanche Center was injured in the first period. Close to the blue line of the sharks

About 30 minutes before the start of their game with the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday, the Sharks announced via a team spokesman that Sasha Chmelevski would not play because of a « roster problem with the taxi squad ».

Hai coach Bob Boughner said Thursday morning that Chmelevski, who has been on the taxi roster since the start of the season, would face the Avalanche and make his NHL debut. The 21-year-old Chmelevski was supposed to center the Haie fourth line with Patrick Marleau and Stefan Noesen as his wingers.

Instead, Marcus Sorensen, who was supposed to be a healthy scratch, withdrew with Chmelevski back into Thursday’s line-up and played on the line with Marleau and Noesen. John Leonard, missing a point in his last six games, was a healthy scratch.
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The 41-year-old Marleau hit his own milestone on Thursday when he finished his 1,731. Career game and joined him with Ron Francis in fourth place on the NHL list of all games. Francis played for four teams in 23 seasons, was a two-time Stanley Cup winner with the Pittsburgh Penguins, and is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Chmelevski would be the fourth Sharks player to make his NHL debut this season, along with Leonard and Fredrik Handemark and defenseman Nicolas Meloche.


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