Patrick Marleau and Christian Ehrhoff each scored twice and the San Jose Sharks won their fourth straight exhibition game Sunday night, beating the Anaheim Mighty Ducks 6-5.
Ehrhoff opened the scoring 22 seconds in, squeezing a shot just pass Mighty Ducks goalie J.S. Giguere.
Anaheim tied the game briefly in first, but the Sharks' potent offense took over.
San Jose had five goals in the first two periods and scored on four of 12 power plays. Steve Bernier and Brad Stuart also scored for the Sharks.
Chris Kunitz scored three goals for Anaheim, which rallied for three goals in the final period. Dustin Penner and Aaron Rome also scored for the Mighty Ducks.
Goalie Vesa Toskala started in place of Evgeni Nabokov and stopped 27 of 32 shots.