San Jose Sharks Season Review
2008-2009


Record: 53-18-11 (117 points - 1st Pacific) | View Standings
Playoff Results: WCQ - Anaheim defeated San Jose, 4-2
Goals For/Against: 257/204
Coach: Todd McLellan
Captain: Patrick Marleau (6th in history)
Goaltenders: Evgeni Nabokov (62 games), Brian Boucher (22)
Leading Scorer: Joe Thornton - 86 points (25 goals) | View Team Statistics
Highlights: The Sharks win the organization’s first Presidents’ Trophy. For the first time, the Sharks finish first in the Western Conference while winning its fourth overall and second straight Pacific Division Championship.
San Jose sets franchise records for wins (53), home wins (32) and points (117).
Sharks head coach Todd McLellan finished as a finalist for the Jack Adams Trophy (third place).
C Jeremy Roenick ended his career and season as the third-highest American-born goal scorer (513) in NHL History.
At the age of 43, Claude Lemieux returned to the NHL, playing 18 games for San Jose after a five-year absence.
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