Sharks’ coach calls out goalies after two ‘bad’ goals


The San Jose Sharks lost again last night, falling to 3-8-0 in their last 11 with a 4-2 defeat to the Islanders.

Afterward, coach Pete DeBoer put the blame fairly squarely on his two goalies, each of whom, in his opinion, allowed a goal that should’ve been stopped.

“The second and third goals,” he said, “you can give up a bad goal in this league and recover. You can’t give up two bad goals and expect to win.”

The first “bad” goal, against starter Martin Jones, looked like this:

Jones was pulled immediately after that.

The second “bad” goal was scored on Alex Stalock:

With Patrick Marleau trade rumors swirling, the Sharks (7-8-0) start a six-game road trip Friday in Detroit.

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