The poor start to the season is a distant memory for the San Jose Sharks.
November is coming to a close, and the Sharks posted a 7-3-1 record. They now have a 13-7-1 record and are just two points behind the Dallas Stars for the Pacific Division lead. They've played three less games than both the Stars and Los Angeles Kings, who are one point ahead of the Sharks.
They're in seventh place in the Western Conference, but only four points behind the Chicago Blackhawks, but with three less games played. In fact, the Sharks have played the fewest amount of games in the conference, so no need to worry there.
But capturing 15 points this month is great heading into December. Here are some of the things the Sharks did right this month.