SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 6 (UPI) -- Mikka Kiprusoff made 28 saves for his first career shutout and the line of Matt Bradley, Patrick Marleau and Todd Harvey combined for three goals and three assists as the San Jose Sharks posted their most decisive win of the season Saturday night, a 6-0 victory over the Florida Panthers.
Kiprusoff extended his shutout streak to just over 122 minutes, dating to the second period of the Sharks' 5-2 win over Philadelphia on January 2.
Marleau scored the only goal Kiprusoff needed 2:25 into the first period. Bradley brought the puck into the Panthers zone, but when the puck slipped off his stick, Marleau picked it up and wristed it between goaltender Roberto Luongo's pads.
With a 2-0 lead going into the final 20 minutes, Mike Ricci ignited a four-goal third period and snapped his eight-game goal drought.
Nicklas Sundstrom, Harvey, Adam Graves and Bradley registered the other goals for San Jose, which extended its winning streak to three games.
Luongo and Trevor Kidd split goaltending duties, allowing three goals apiece. The Panthers were shutout for the fifth time this season but lost for just the second time in five games.