Sharks' power play has stalled
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The statistic is double-edged: Over the past 16 games, the Sharks have scored twice as often short-handed as on the power play. And while the penalty kill can take pride in its four goals over that stretch, coach Todd McLellan is more focused on his team's woeful 2-for-48 performance with a man advantage and would like to see things improve Tuesday night when the Toronto Maple Leafs close out San Jose's four-game homestand. "It's frustrating with that type of talent you put on the ice that's been together that long," McLellan said of his team's power play. "I'm not pulling any punches or candy-coating it. It has to be better." The cold streak has dropped the Sharks ...