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Sharks' Two Goals in Seven Seconds Sets Franchise Record

Sharks set franchise record with incredible two-goal spurt originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

The Sharks set a franchise record on Tuesday night, scoring two goals in a ridiculous seven seconds of game action during their matchup with the Arizona Coyotes.

First, it was Radim Simek that gave the Sharks a 3-2 lead with 14:33 remaining in the second period on an impressive slap shot.

Seconds later, Jeffrey Viel grabbed the loose puck and put one in to double the Sharks' lead.

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While the Sharks made franchise history with the rapid pair of goals, San Jose is the third team this season to score two goals in such a short span.

Tuesday marks the Sharks' first game since the NHL's league-wide pause on Dec. 22 due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.

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