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Fast start lifts Sharks past Coyotes

Jones makes 22 saves against slumping Arizona

by Eric Gilmore / NHL.com Correspondent

Hertl, Burns team up for goal

ARI@SJS: Hertl deflects Burns' shot for goal

2/13/16: Brent Burns shoots from long range and the puck is deflected by his teammate Tomas Hertl, who rattles it into the goal

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SAN JOSE -- After building a two-goal lead in the first period, the San Jose Sharks made sure to finish the job and put the Arizona Coyotes farther in their rearview mirror in the Pacific Division.

Matt Tennyson and Chris Tierney scored in the first period, and the Sharks rolled to a 4-1 victory at SAP Center on Saturday.

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Situation Room

Video Review: ARI @ SJS - 10:37 of the Third Period

Hertl's stick was above height of crossbar; no goal Sharks

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Situation Room: ARI@SJS

Situation Room: Call on no goal confirmed

2/13/16: After the referees call a no goal on a Sharks' shot, a video review confirms the call on ice

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At 10:37 of the third period in the Coyotes/Sharks game, video review supported the referee's call on the ice that Tomas Hertl's stick was above the height of the crossbar when he deflected the puck into the Arizona net. According to Rule 60.5 "An apparent goal scored by an attacking player who strikes the puck with his stick carried above the height of the crossbar of the goal frame shall not be allowed. The determining factor is where the puck makes contact with the stick." No goal San Jose.

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Goaltending focus when Coyotes visit Sharks

All eyes on San Jose's Jones, Arizona's Domingue

by Eric Gilmore / NHL.com Correspondent

COYOTES (25-23-6) at SHARKS (28-20-5)

TV: 10:30 p.m. ET; FS-A, CSN-CA, NHL.TV

SAN JOSE -- No. 1 goaltender Martin Jones will return for the San Jose Sharks when they face the Arizona Coyotes and rookie goalie Louis Domingue at SAP Center on Saturday night. 

The Sharks own second place in the Pacific Division with 61 points, eight behind the Los Angeles Kings and one ahead of the Anaheim Ducks. Arizona, coming off a 4-1 victory against the Calgary Flames on Friday night at Gila River Arena, trails Anaheim by four points.

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