by Patrick Hoffman on 04/28/09 at 06:20 PM ET
From the Associated Press:
When general manager Doug Wilson clears his head after his San Jose Sharks’ biggest postseason flop to date, he’ll have to decide whether it’s worth keeping together a team that plays incredible hockey until the games that matter the most.
The Sharks made an early exit from the NHL playoffs for the fourth straight season Monday night, finished off in six games by the eighth-seeded Anaheim Ducks. San Jose was thoroughly outplayed by a savvy, veteran-led team that saved its best performances for the postseason.
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