Magnus Chrona gets his first NHL win as the San Jose Sharks top the Ottawa Senators

Mar 9, 2024; San Jose, California, USA; San Jose Sharks goaltender Magnus Chrona (30) reacts to his
Mar 9, 2024; San Jose, California, USA; San Jose Sharks goaltender Magnus Chrona (30) reacts to his / Robert Edwards-USA TODAY Sports

The San Jose Sharks got to enjoy a win in their first game after the trade deadline passed as they were able to edge past the Ottawa Senators in a low scoring game. Finishing 2-1 to the team in Black, it would be a young kid that would lead the Sharks to glory as Magnus Chrona gets his first career NHL win in this one. In general, it was a very good day to be a fan of the San Jose Sharks. It's nice because this season has been torture, so a little reward like this is good.

San Jose's powerplay would break the ice when Fabian Zetterlund was unable to win the draw. Thomas Bordeleau was unable to win the puck battle after, but the puck was knocked loose and Mikael Granlund was able to gather it. He got it back to William Eklund at the point, who sent it back to Granlund. Granlund gets it back to Zetterlund who fires, but the puck bounces off the backside of Bordeleau and in making it a 1-0 Sharks lead at the tank.

In the second period, the Senators powerplay would answer back. Drake Batherson won the faceoff and the puck ended up back at the point with Jake Sanderson. Sanderson would give it over to Tim Stutzle who fired at Chrona. It beat everything on its way through to make it a tie game once again, as it goes through the five-hole.

San Jose's powerplay would get the final laugh as they struck again. William Ekliund and Mikael Granlund started to play catch from the right dot to behind the net. Eventually, Granlund holds onto the puck looking for something to open up in front, and Thomas Bordeleau was able to break loose, as Granlund finds the pass to the kid who blasts it home for his second of the night, and the Sharks would shut it down in the third for two points.