Early 2013-14 Grades for Each San Jose Sharks Line

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Early 2013-14 Grades for Each San Jose Sharks Line
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Jumbo Joe and The Big Pavelski represent only a fraction of the firepower in San Jose.

What a start for the 2013-14 San Jose Sharks, the last remaining team without a regulation loss. A shootout loss to the Dallas Stars is the only flaw in an otherwise perfect 7-0-1 record.

Offensively, San Jose has been an early season juggernaut. They lead the league in shots, shots per game, goals, goals per game and power play goals.

But it’s not just the quantity of offense produced by the Sharks’ that’s impressive; it’s the breadth as well. The Sharks’ have seen 14 different players light the lamp thus far, and every single skater on the bench for the Sharks’ most recent game has at least one point.

Even Antti Niemi even has a pair of assists to his credit.

When it comes to grading the San Jose Sharks’ forward lines at this point in the 2013-14 season, it would be pretty easy to throw A's across the board and be done with it. So let’s dig a little deeper.

Here are the early 2013-14 grades for the San Jose Sharks' forward lines.

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