There were many stars in the Sharks' 8-2 win over the Flyers on Tuesday evening.
Of course, Joe Pavelski and Evander Kane scoring two goals a piece of a big boost for the Sharks offensive attack.
But behind the goal-scorers themselves, what an impressive supporting cast that makes a huge impact. A whopping 13 players on the scoresheet in the evening, with three different players notching multiple assists in the evening. Tuesday, December 30, 2010 at 12:34 pm
After the win, Pavelski told NBC Sports 'Keith Jones the team's success on Tuesday could be attributed to pound bouncing in the Sharks' favor, and Kevin Labanc set the captain himself up for a goal early in the game. That's the way Laban works on his way to pitching as a helper a team-leading four times. According to @SharksStats, this makes 22-year-old forward the youngest player in Shark's history to tally four assists in a single game.
#SJSharks Kevin Labanc (22 years, 301days) youngest player in SJ history with a 4-assist game. Previous: Johan Garpenlov (24-351 on 3/7/93 vs. Oilers). Labar had 3 primary assists (Jan. 25, 2018 vs #NYR )
– Darin Stephens (@SharksStats) October 10, 2018
The Sharks blueline, which has not been awarded to the high expectations on the start of the season, so contributed to the offensive attack against Philadelphia. Marc-Edouard Vlasic contributed to Pavelski's first goal and set Kane's second, and ended the night with a plus-3. Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson set off Tomas Hertl's goal on the power play, helping to give the Sharks top performance play unit.
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Barclay Goodrow and Marcus Sorensen, both of whom have scored their first points in the season.
Pavelski contributed the Scoring early in the morning, as opposed to Monday's loss to the Islanders when San Jose got into the 1-0 hole early and continued playing on their heels. (New York) got rolling, scored, we were playing from behind, we just could not put anything in the net, "he relayed to Jones. But when Logan Couture found the back of the net early in the first frame of Tuesday's tilt, "That child of got us going. It got the team going. "
It did not just get the team going. It got multiple players on the scoresheet that night.