Sharks’ Marleau not hurt in serious car accident

Jay LaPrete/APThe Sharks signed goalie Alex Stalock to a two-year

Jay LaPrete/APThe Sharks signed goalie Alex Stalock to a two-year

Sharks forward Patrick Marleau was unharmed despite being involved in a serious car accident, KRON (Ch. 4) reported. The Sharks later confirmed the news.

“#SJSharks forward Patrick Marleau is doing fine and was not injured after he was involved in a car accident in San Jose earlier today,” the Sharks tweeted.

Marleau was reportedly traveling on W. Taylor Street in San Jose when his SUV was involved in a collision with another vehicle.

Marleau, who has spent his entire 16-year career with the Sharks, has 10 goals and 10 assists in 21 games this season.HockeyPatrick Marleau

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