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San Jose's Patrick Marleau
DAL2000050701 -07 MAY 2000 - DALLAS, TEXAS, USA: With San Jose's Patrick Marleau on his back, Dallas' Scott Thornton comes around San Jose goalie Steve Shields to score the Stars second goal 07 May in Dallas. The Stars defeated the Sharks 4-1 to advance to the NHL Western Conference Finals against Colorado. UPI ih/Ian Halperin
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Patrick Denis Marleau (born September 15, 1979) is a Canadian professional ice hockey forward currently playing for the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League. He serves as the alternate captain for the Sharks during home games. Marleau is the all-time Sharks leader in goals, even strength goals, power play goals, points, shots, and games played having spent his entire NHL career with the Sharks since being drafted second overall by the franchise in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. He played his 1000th NHL game on 17 January 2011 against the Phoenix Coyotes. He has been named one of the Top 50 (#42 on the list) players headed into the 2010-2011 season by The Hockey News.

Patrick grew up on his family farm near Aneroid, Saskatchewan. There is no hospital in Aneroid so he was born in nearby Swift Current, Saskatchewan.

According to some sources, Marleau's birthplace is Aneroid, while others say Swift Current.

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