Sharks need too many things to go right to win games during 2022-23 season

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Too many things must go right for Sharks to win games originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Too many things have to go right for the San Jose Sharks to win.

So on a night when James Reimer surrendered two soft goals, the top-ranked penalty kill gets touched up, Erik Karlsson doesn’t manage a point, who else is stepping up to bring the Sharks to the promised land?

No one else, apparently, as San Jose lost 5-2 to the Los Angeles Kings on Friday night.

That’s been the case for most of the season for the 7-13-3 Sharks.

They are 1-9-2 when they give up four or more goals.

They are 1-4-1 when their PK gives up a goal.

They are 1-7-0 when Karlsson doesn’t score a point.

“We’re finding ways again to lose hockey games,” captain Logan Couture said, “whereas when we were winning, we were finding a different way to win each night.”

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