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Jimmy Hayes
Panthers top Sharks, 4-1

SUNRISE, Fla. San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan thought he had a good meeting with his players early Tuesday, as they discussed how they wanted to attack the Florida Panthers that night and what they needed to do to be successful. It just didn't materialize on the ice. Not for 60 minutes, anyway. Not even close. The Sharks looked as lethargic on offense and defense as they have all season, falling behind by two goals after the first period and never threatening again in a 4-1 loss to the offensively challenged Panthers at BB&T Center. The Sharks managed just 12 shots through the first two periods, and for the game, missed the net on 12 other shot attempts. Defensively, it was...