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1,000 NHL games played club admits: Marleau, Langenbrunner

Patrick Marleau (file photo)

Jamie Langenbrunner (file photo)

San Jose Sharks star Patrick Marleau and Dallas Stars veteran Jamie Langenbrunner each played in their 1,000th career game Monday night.

Each player scored a goal, Marleau in the Sharks’ 4-2 win over Phoenix and Langenbrunner scoring the go-ahead goal on the power play in the Stars’ 2-1 win over Los Angeles.

At 31 years old, Marleau became the third-youngest player in NHL history to reach the milestone, and he’s the youngest to do it with one team.

The 35-year-old Langenbrunner has appeared in 436 games for Dallas and 564 for New Jersey. He became the 260th NHL player to reach the milestone game.

compiled from staff, & NHL news

NHL ‘Three Stars Of The Week’ Clowe, Fleury & Nash

San Jose Sharks left wing Ryane Clowe, Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury and Columbus Blue Jackets left wing Rick Nash were named the NHL’s ‘Three Stars’ of the week.

Rick Nash Blue Jackets captain (file photo)

Columbus Blue Jackets star Rick Nash is the third star of the week. Nash tallied six points (3 goals, 3 assists) in three games, helping the CBJ post a pair of wins and reach the 28-game mark with the best record in franchise history at 16-11-1.

The Blue Jackets captain shares the League lead in game-winning goals (five) and leads his club in goals (16) and points (24) in 27 games.

Ryane Clowe was the first star of the week.

Clowe led all scorers with eight points (3 goals, 5 assists) as the Sharks (15-10-4) won three of four games.

The 28-year-old native of Fermuse, Newfoundland leads the Sharks in plus-minus (+10) and ranks second on the club in scoring with 28 points (8 goals, 20 assists) in 29 games. He is on pace to easily surpass his single-season career high of 57 points set in 2009-10.

The second star of the week was Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Fleury posted a 3-0-0 record, 1.67 goals-against-average and .944 save percentage as the Penguins (21-8-2) extended their winning streak to 12 games. Fleury improved his season record to 14-6-1 with a 2.31 goals-against-average, .914 save percentage and one shutout. He is 13-0-1 in his past 14 appearances, tying a career-high streak without a regulation defeat. He also has an active and career-best 11-game winning streak, recording a save percentage of .945 during that time.

Info courtesy of NHL & Columbus Blue Jackets news

Montreal celebrates 101st birthday with win over San Jose

(clipart courtesy of Clker.com)

The Montreal Canadiens celebrated the franchise’s 101st birthday recently with a 3-1 win over the San Jose Sharks.

Mathieu Darche, Tomas Piekanec and Michael Cammalleri scored goals and goalie Carey Price stopped 26 shots for the Canadiens.

The Montreal franchise were founded on December 4, 1909.

clipart courtesy of Clker.com

Info compiled from NHL & Montreal Canadiens news

Nash’s hat trick, Garon’s goaltending complete California sweep

The Columbus Blue Jackets went to the state of California and came back with a three-game sweep of Los Angeles, Anaheim and now San Jose.

The 3-0 road trip was the best in franchise history.

Rick Nash had his fifth career hat trick and Mathieu Garon, playing in goal for the first time in two weeks, made 35 saves to lead the Jackets to a 3-0 win over the San Jose Sharks.

The Jackets captain, Rick Nash is definitely leading the team (file photo)

The win against the Sharks is worth noting. It was the first time that Columbus won a game in regulation in San Jose and the first win of any kind in HP Pavilion since January 8, 2004.

The young-but-growing-up Jackets went to California and came away with three wins and six points for the first time in team history.

The win moved Columbus to fifth in the Western Conference standings and improved them to 7-1-0 on the road, one of the NHL’s best.

The captain, Rick Nash was hot on the road trip. He scored six goals in the three games, including two game-winners. He now has an eight-game point streak, a five-game goal and streak and nine goals in his past seven games.

compiled from staff & Columbus Blue Jackets news

Joe Thornton makes commitment to stay in San Jose; gets extension

Joe Thornton, captain of the San Jose Sharks has agreed to a $21 million, three-year contract extension. The team has now secured the services of another top player before free agency could take them away.

The Sharks have already locked up Patrick Marleau, Joe Pavelski to four-year contracts; while Dan Boyle, Douglas Murray, Ryan Clowe and Dany Heatley have long-term deals.

Joe Thornton staying put (NHL)

Thornton, 31, has a contract calling for $7.2 million this season and would have been paid more had he tested free agency next summer.

Thornton has been one of the top players in the NHL since coming to the Sharks in a trade with Boston in November 2005. He has won the Hart Trophy as the NHL MVP when he led the league in scoring with 125 points.

When it comes to points in the NHL since 2005, Only Alex Ovechkin of Washington with 511 and Sidney Crosby of Pittsburgh with 481 have more than Joe Thornton who has garnered 479.

Furthermore, he has scored 20 goals and posted 50 assists for seven straight seasons. He is after the record of eight straight seasons posted by Doug Gilmour and Steve Yzerman.

compiled from staff, NHL & San Jose Sharks news

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