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Sharks edge Flames, 3-2

CALGARY, Alberta – Joonas Donskoi scored the game-winning goal in his return from injury as the San Jose Sharks fended off the Calgary Flames in the jam-packed Pacific Division.

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Wild shut out Maple Leafs for fourth consecutive victory

ST. PAUL, Minn. – If the near-perfect relief effort he pitched Tuesday or the late-game poise he demonstrated two days earlier in San Jose wasn't enough evidence that backup Alex Stalock could handle the goaltending duties for the Wild while No.1 Devan Dubnyk healed up, he provided another example at the outset of his newfound opportunity.

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