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The San Jose Sharks wrap up the two-game road trip tonight against the Minnesota Wild.
Last game the Sharks earned their fourth consecutive win for their longest win streak this season. The team scored seven goals agains the Chicago Blackhawks. After falling behind 2-0 early in the game, San Jose scored seven of the next eight goals and scored the final five goals in the game.
Brent Burns (0g, 3a) led all skaters in points and registered his 600th career NHL point on Kevin Labanc's goal. Evander Kane (1g, 1a), Logan Couture (1g, 1a), Tomas Hertl (1g, 1a), Labanc (1g, 1a) and Melker Karlsson (1g, 1a) all recorded multi-point games. In total, 13 different Sharks skaters recorded at least a point in the contest.
Team Teal looks to extend their current win streak to five games as they face the Minnesota Wild for the second time this season. Last meeting against the Wild, Marcus Sorensen registered his first career multi-assist and multi-point game (1g, 2a). Barclay Goodrow recorded his fifth career multi-point game (1g, 1a) and scored his fourth career GWG. Joe Thornton (1g, 0a) appeared in his 1,499th NHL game that night to tie Mike Modano for 19th on the NHL's all-time games played list and Brent Burns recorded his 400th point as a member of the Sharks.
Entering tonight, the Sharks have won six of the last seven games overall (6-1-0) and Erik Karlsson is on a five-game assist streak (0g, 6a).
Read the latest on the San Jose Sharks from the Mercury News.