Timo Meier’s goal, 2 assists from Lead Sharks Past Senators -CBS San Francisco

SAN JOSE (AP) – Timo Meier scored the winning goal 8:42 left and added two assists when the San Jose Sharks lost to the Ottawa Senators in the third tube 6-3 on Wednesday night.

Matt Nieto, Tomas Hertl, Nick Bonino, Logan Couture and Jacob Middleton also scored for San Jose, who won their second consecutive game. James Reimer fought 26 times to get his sixth win.

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Brady Tkachuk scored and fed the Senators, who also scored from Josh Norris and Connor Brown. Matt Murray repelled 23 losses.

Timo Meier # 28 from San Jose Sharks is celebrating scoring a goal against Ottawa Senators at the SAP Center on November 24, 2021 in San Jose.  (Via Kavin Mistry / NHLI Getty Images)

Timo Meier # 28 from San Jose Sharks is celebrating scoring a goal against Ottawa Senators at the SAP Center on November 24, 2021 in San Jose. (Via Kavin Mistry / NHLI Getty Images)

Nieto opened the San Jose goal with his first game of the season in just over seven minutes in the first period.

Norris scored a tie later in the period for the team’s highest eighth goal.

Hertlin’s eighth lifted Sharks to a 2-1 lead in the second set, but Tkachuk and Brown responded with a score of 1:33, giving Ottawa the first lead.

Bonino, who played in the 700th match of his career, evened out the power game with 31 seconds left in the second round, his first goal at Sharks.

With a match of 3, Meier buried his seventh place finish just over the middle of the third. Couture added an empty goal after a period of 1:04, which was his seventh goal of the season. Middleton also scored an empty goal in the final minute of their first NHL goal.


Dylan Gambrell returned to San Jose for the first time since he was traded to Ottawa for a seventh-round draft selection on October 24th.

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“Miscellaneous feelings, I guess,” Gambrell said before the game. “It’s great to be back. Of course I enjoyed my time here and everything was great for me. It’s great to be back, but at the same time you’re on a different team now, it’s like any other game when you get on the ice.

Gambrell was on the ice at minus-1 with a time of 10.32.


Sharks coach Bob Boughner was asked about LW Evander Kane, who is eligible to return on November 30 after a 21-game ban due to sending a fake COVID-19 vaccination card.

“There has been no update,” Boughner said. “Obviously they have to be here for the next four to five days. But from my point of view, I think we’re just doing a good job of trying to eliminate all distractions, and I think Evander has done a good job of letting us focus on our team and what we have here. and what we can control, and we will get to that point. “

NOTES: Sharks C Jonathan Dahlen missed his second game in a row due to an upper body injury. He stays the same day. … D Brent Burns had no points and cut off a consecutive series of 14 matches against the Senators until 2013. … Senators D Nikita Zaitsev was removed from the NHL COVID-19 protocol and had a plus-1 ice age of 15.17. . RW Drake Batherson remains on the protocol list.


Senators: Visit the Anaheim Ducks on Friday.

Sharks: Hosts Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday.

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