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ToHN Daily: Sharks hit hard by COVID; Flames keep winning




San Jose: Seven Sharks, including defenceman Erik Karlsson, tested positive for COVID and they still went out and earned a 2-1 overtime victory against Winnipeg. James Reimer made 34 saves and Timo Meier scored in overtime to snap a three-game losing streak for San Jose.

Erik Karlsson has six points (2 G, 4 A) in seven games to start the season.

More from Saturday’s action in the NHL…


Montreal: Canadiens lifeless and disinterested in blowout loss to the Kings, spoiling Tyler Toffoli’s return to L.A.

Calgary: Sean Monahan lifts the Flames to a sixth straight win. Jacob Markstrom has recorded a shutout in three of the past four games.

Vancouver: A Brock Boeser shift diary from the Canucks’ 2-1 loss to Edmonton. (VHN+) Plus, spoooooky takeaways from that loss.

Toronto: Five takeaways from the Maple Leafs’ 5-4 win vs. Detroit, including the stars finally scoring and Timothy Liljegren responding when given an opportunity. (ToHN+)


Pittsburgh: The Penguins drop a 4-2 decision to the Devils even with Sidney Crosby and Jeff Carter returning to the lineup.

Boston: Charlie Coyle paced the offense as the Bruins handed the Panthers a shootout loss.

Colorado: Observations from the Avalanche 4-1 win vs. Minnesota

Detroit: Five takeaways from the Red Wings’ loss at Toronto.

Los Angeles: TSN’s Pierre LeBrun reports that the Kings are shopping for depth on defence after injuries to Drew Doughty and Sean Walker.

Chicago: The Blackhawks lost 1-0 in St. Louis and the winless start to the season is starting to get to Blackhawks goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, who might very well be a trade candidate since he has an expiring contract.



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