San Jose Sharks stay hot at home, top Minnesota Wild

SAN JOSE, Calif. — At the conclusion of their busiest month as a team in nine years, the Sharks looked like a re-energized and motivated group Wednesday night at SAP Center. The Sharks got second-period goals from forwards Rudolfs Balcers and Ryan Donato and another solid performance from goalie Martin Jones to beat the Minnesota Wild 4-2 and sweep the two-game series. Nikolai Knyzhov scored an insurance goal off an assist from Erik Karlsson in the third period, his first in the NHL, as the Sharks (15-16-4) won their fourth straight game at home. Evander Kane added an empty netter as time expi…

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