Who's Driving the Sharks' League-Leading Penalty Differential?

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Who's Driving the Sharks' League-Leading Penalty Differential?
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On Saturday night at the Tank, the Sharks took three minor penalties while the Boston Bruins were whistled for one. That marked just the fourth time in San Jose's 46-game-old season (just the second time against a team other than the Los Angeles Kings, for whatever that's worth) that the club had fewer power play opportunities in a game than their opponent. Of all the numbers that get tossed around on broadcasts, media reports and even this very website, one that hasn't received a lot of coverage despite playing a significant role in explaining the Sharks' success is the fact that they've been on the power play this season 58 more times than they've been shorthanded...

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