VIDEO: David Krejci scores with 0.8 seconds, Sharks' first regulation loss

By Brian Stubits | CBSSports.com

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The San Jose Sharks went into Boston on Thursday night as the only team in the NHL without a regulation loss, starting the season with a point in each of their first nine games.

They were less than a second from making it 10.

After a game in which the Sharks more or less dominated the Bruins, outshooting them 39 to 17 in Boston no less, it was a tip-in goal from David Krejci in the final second of the game that finally left the Sharks without a point and moved the Bruins to 6-2-0.

It's only 10 games into the season but that's a tough way to lose for San Jose, especially for their first true loss of the season.

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