|Fantasy Points by Week. Note: Points are rounded down.|
|Last 10 Games|
|Sharks' Braun Scores First Playoff Goal |
|(4/21/14) Justin Braun netted his first career postseason goal, a game-winner, and went plus-3 in Sunday's Game 2 win over the Kings.|
|Braun Ramps Up Physical Play For Sharks |
|(4/10/14) Justin Braun had five hits and four blocked shots through 18:09 of ice time in Wednesday's loss to the Ducks.|
|Braun Blocks Five In Sharks' Loss |
|(3/23/14) Justin Braun laid down in front of five shots in Saturday's OT loss to the Capitals.|
|Braun Scores, Blocks Shots In Sharks Win |
|(3/7/14) Justin Braun had a goal, a plus-1 rating, four shots, three hits, and two blocked shots in Thursday's win over the Penguins.|
|Sharks' Braun Leading Team In Blocked Shots |
|(2/13/14) Justin Braun leads the Sharks in blocks with 109 entering the Olympic break.|
SJ's Braun Scores First Playoff Goal
Braun netted his first career postseason goal, a game-winner, and posted a plus-3 rating in a Game 2 win over the Kings.Braun is averaging just over 20 minutes per game and is a plus-5 through the opening two contests. He's played strong and is getting good ice time. Though, don't expect offensive production from him. He may get some, but that's not why he's out there for San Jose. Through 17 previous postseason games he had zero goals and one assist.
Sharks surge with seven goals, take 2-0 lead over Kings
Fourth-liners Mike Brown and Raffi Torres scored second-period goals to spark a San Jose comeback and lead the Sharks to a 7-2 victory Sunday over the Los Angeles Kings and a 2-0 lead in their first-round series.
Stanley Cup Playoffs Preview: Sharks vs. Kings
In what could be the most entertaining first-round matchup of them all, the Los Angeles Kings will take on Pacific Division rival San Jose.
Braun Ramps Up Physical Play For Sharks
Braun had five hits and four blocked shots through 18:09 of ice time in Wednesday's loss to the Ducks.Braun has been inconsistent most of the season, but he can play a good physical game and is never scared to put his body in front of the shot.
Ducks beat Sharks 5-2, clinch Pacific title
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) When Jakob Silfverberg's short-handed goal rattled into the Sharks' empty net, the Anaheim Ducks could finally celebrate a division title that nearly got away.
|Justin Braun could be the odd-man out on the Sharks' blue line now that Brad Stuart is in town. It's not that he doesn't have talent; there's only so many minutes to go around. Braun has a great shot and moves the puck with ease. And his defensive game has improved immensely. But, with a top five of Dan Boyle, Brent Burns, Stuart, Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Douglas Murray, the remaining ice time will be thin at best. Braun will need to unseat Jason Demers for that sixth spot and that spot could end up being a revolving door all season long. But, if Braun does earn it out of camp, watch for the Sharks to give him a shot on the second power-play unit. His value would be much higher on another squad. (Updated 8/14/12) |
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