#TwitterTales: #SJSharks at Dallas - a recap of the game as told by twitter. http://t.co/bN8xBxFbVL
— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) October 19, 2013
Well, the streak is over. There are worse ways to end a streak than a shootout loss on the road and the positive is the Sharks return home on Saturday, still unbeaten in regulation. As for those pesky Stars, here's how the night unfolded on twitter.
Really glad that this guy no longer skates against the Sharks.
It was #SpiritDay and support showed across the NHL.
Before puck drop, news of a successful surgery for Adam Burish was released and Bakes wanted to remind everyone of his value on this team.
Dan Rusanowsky never misses a chance for a history lesson.
A visit from an old friend! (Former Sharks PR guy now calls Dallas home.)
Unfortunately the score was not indicative of how the rest of the game would play out, with a quick snap back to reality when Antti Niemi nearly pulled a Jonathan Quick.
The first period was a bit back and forth (and pretty much the whole game. A great four-minute PK. followed by a Stars goal. Then the Sharks answered with a flash from the other rookie making a case to be noticed.
Followed by a Stars goal and their very unique goal song.
Then the Sharks answered with a flash from the other rookie making a case to be noticed.
Sharks hold a lead, but a very atypical stat sheet for them this season.
Sharks fans were happy to have their broadcasting crew back.
Sharks Territory is alive and .... awake in Britain.
Too bad Dallas spoils the fun.
Causing Coach McLellan to shuffle his lines for the first time all season.
Marleau extended his points streak and gave the Sharks another lead.
Opening a window for this beauty.
But San Jose allowed Dallas to quickly answer, inciting a sleepy England.
The period kind of went like this...
Which every Sharks fan feels differently about.
The Sharks actually put some good pressure on during the OT period, but could not convert, which meant...