VIDEO: David Krejci scores with 0.8 seconds, Sharks' first regulation loss
The Sharks were 0.8 seconds away from extending their point streak to 10 games to start the season until David Krejci scored to give the Bruins a 2-1 win.
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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