If someone were to have predicted that the Sharks' top line was going to amount 13 points in their season opening three game road trip, they probably wouldn't have predicted that the Sharks would be just 1-2 going into their home opener. Especially considering the fact that the Sharks' top line amassed all 13 of those points in the final two games of the trip, one wouldn't expect team to teal to have come away with just a single win out of their first three contests. However, as it stands, even though both Joe Thornton and newcomer Dany Heatley already have five points each, the Sharks are just 1-2 going into Thursday's home opener against Columbus. So far in three games, the offense hasn't been the problem. The Sharks are averaging 3.66 goals per game but the troubling issue is that they ...
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