San Jose romped to its 15th victory of the season, two more than any other team in the NHL. The Sharks lead the league in scoring with 63 goals -- six more than Detroit.
Pavelski and Michalek scored 33 seconds apart in the middle of the first period and the Sharks opened a 4-0 lead by the end of the frame. Michalek scored his second goal 1:18 into the second period and Pavelski added a power-play goal 3:35 into the third.
After giving up the game's first four goals, Miikka Kiprusoff was replaced in Calgary's goal by Curtis McElhinney.
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