Sharks get injured center back for game vs. Minnesota Wild

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Sharks get injured center back for game vs. Minnesota Wild
Sharks get injured center back for game vs. Minnesota Wild

SAN JOSE — The Sharks have their top six defensemen ready and available at the moment after Radim Simek returned to the lineup earlier this week. Now coach Pete DeBoer is getting closer to having a full complement of forwards at his disposal, as well. Melker Karlsson remains out with an upper body injury, but center Dylan Gambrell, who had missed the last three games with a hand injury, returned Thursday night as the Sharks hosted the Minnesota Wild in their fourth game of six-game homestand. With the Sharks trying to rejoin the pack in the Pacific Division standings, every little bit helps. Gambrell was injured in the first period of the Sharks' 5-1 loss to Boston on Oct. 29, as he blocked a

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