Freddie Hamilton scored two short-handed goals in the game's final two minutes, the second into an empty net, to lift the Sharks to a 4-2 road win over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins last night.
What does SHG stand for?
SHG stands for Short-Handed Goals (hockey)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Matchup: The Blackhawks (16-5-2) won their eighth straight game Wednesday night in San Jose, getting three short-handed goals in a 7-2 win over the Western Conference- leading Sharks.
Coventry scored two short-handed goals as Cardiff lost their composure and discipline.
Special special teams: The Ducks have three short-handed goals, compared to four power-play goals, in 13 playoff games.
That the goals were all short-handed, coming on the same penalty, made the outburst noteworthy in numerous ways: They were the fastest three short-handed goals in NHL history.
Ziggy Palffy, who scored four short-handed goals during the Kings' late- season surge, picked up a lose puck in the Red Wings' end and fired.
It was the fastest three short-handed goals in league history, the old mark of 4:44 having been set by Winnipeg 15 years ago.
Simpson, a Woodland Hills resident with his wife and three children, says that as long as the Kings continue to build on the confidence they've found lately that has resulted in things like key short-handed goals, the playoff party shouldn't be a disappointment.