Money in the bank with Kevin Labanc firing away for San Jose Sharks

  Edmonton Sun 

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The San Jose Sharks win Saturday was in the bank with or without Kevin Labanc. But it didn’t hurt that the unsung Labanc scored on his first, second and third shots — one that hit Kevin Gravel’s skate, one off a great toe-drag and ripper from the high slot on Cam Talbot, and the last […]

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