Patrick Sharp was held off the board for the fourth straight game in Tuesday's overtime win against Minnesota.
After an impressive 12-game point streak -- the NHL's second longest this season -- Sharp's point pace has slowed. He has just three points in the 10 games since his streak ended.
Patrick Sharp was held without a point or shot in Tuesday's win over Winnipeg.
That's a very rare situation for Sharp. It's only the fourth time in the last 19 games that he's been held without a point and the second time in the last 28 games he's been held without a shot. One off night shouldn't have anyone jumping ship.
Patrick Sharp had an assist and a pair of shots in Tuesday's loss to Los Angeles.
Sharp's 12-game point streak only recently ended. It was followed by a pair of games without tallying. His assist on Tuesday gets him back on the board and keeps him on pace to surpass last year's totals by quite a bit.
Patrick Sharp failed to register a point or shot in Friday's loss to the Ducks.
That ends his 12-game point streak, the second longest streak in the NHL this season. Over that run he posted six goals and nine assists, helping his season points total to rise to 37.
With an assist on the lone Dallas goal in Sunday's loss to Minnesota, Patrick Sharp extended his point streak to 12 games.
Sharp is quietly having a fantastic season. His 12-game point streak is the longest active streak in the NHL and the second longest streak of the season. He's put up six goals and nine assists over the streak.