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Jiri Hudler
Slumping Sharks fall to Flames

SAN JOSE, Calif. Having to play from behind is becoming a bad habit for the Sharks. And it's costing San Jose any chance to gain momentum on this extended homestand. It happened again Wednesday as San Jose, despite getting 22 shots on goal in the first two periods, fell behind in the second period by a goal and was unable to get the equalizer in a 2-0 loss to the Calgary Flames. Playing 4-on-4 late in the second period, the Sharks could not get the puck out of their own zone and Calgary capitalized, with Jiri Hudler scoring off a pass from T.J. Brodie. At the time of the goal, forward Patrick Marleau and defensemen Matt Tennyson and Brenden Dillon had been on ice for 1 minute, 11...