Sharks make trades, beat Wild 4-2
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Dan Boyle scored on a spectacular end-to-end rush with a two-man advantage to help the San Jose Sharks win their sixth straight game, 4-2 over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night at HP Pavilion.After starting the lead-up to the trade deadline by dealing bruising defenseman Douglas Murray, physical forward Ryane Clowe and center Michal Handzus, general manager Doug Wilson made some additions to help a team move up from ninth place.Galiardi scored his first power-play goal since 2009 early in the third when he poked in a rebound with Cal Clutterbuck out for hooking Andrew Desjardins.Boyle then delivered his breathtaking goal with the Sharks on a two-man advantage when Stoner shot the puck over the glass for a delay of game with Kyle Brodziak already in the box for hooking.






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