#TwitterTales: #SJSharks vs Canadiens and how do you say Enter Sandman in French? http://t.co/HK2Gt9t8fF
— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) March 10, 2014
The Sharks had not won back-to-back games since coming back from the Olympic break and entered another showdown with an Eastern Conference opponent on Saturday night. There was much talk after a big win over the Pittsburgh Penguins about bottling up the positive play and continuing momentum, this time against the Montreal Canadiens, who were no doubt reminded of a 2-0 Sharks win in Montreal earlier in the season. Allez Requins. Allez!
Douglas Murray was back in town and had this to say during the morning's media availability.
If you want some easy French lessons, follow the Canadiens on twitter.
Cranky got an ovation early in the game, greeted by the Sharks home crowd for the first time since his trade out of San Jose.
Sharks took advantage, just minutes in, ironically while on a man-disadvantage.
Matt Irwin let loose a blast with Wingels planted in front of the net and the Sharks widened a lead to two goals. Initial credit went to Irwin, but review corrected it to Wingels for his second goal of the game.
Penalties began to rack up in the final 10 minutes.