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Sharks' Adin Hill: Expected to miss rest of season

Hill (lower body) is slated to miss the remainder of the 2021-22 campaign, Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now reports Tuesday. Hill has made just one appearance in San Jose's last 33 outings due to his lower-body malady. Injuries have plagued the netminder's career, as his 25 contests this year was a new personal best. Looking ahead to next year, Hill will likely be hard-pressed to secure the full-time starting job and may have to share it with Kaapo Kahkonen or James Reimer.
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Sharks' Adin Hill: Still sidelined

Hill (lower body) won't play Saturday versus the Stars and remains without a timeline to return. Hill remains out with a lower-body injury that has nagged him since January. The 25-year-old may eventually be shut down for the season -- James Reimer and Kaapo Kahkonen are the Sharks' goalies with Hill out of action.
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Sharks' Adin Hill: Experiences setback

Hill (lower body) has had an issue in his recovery process and is currently without a return timetable, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports. This is a bit of tough news for the 25-year-old, who'd just set a career high in wins (10) in his first season away from Arizona. With Hill out for an undetermined amount of time, James Reimer and Zach Sawchenko will continue to handle the crease duties as the Sharks try to claw back into playoff contention.
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Sharks rout, blank Kings behind return of Adin Hill

EditorsNote: 3rd graf, take out reference to Brent Burns having two assists. Timo Meier had a goal and two assists, and Tomas Hertl scored twice as the San Jose Sharks beat the visiting Los Angeles Kings for the second time in three days, 5-0 on Saturday night. Sharks goalie Adin...
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Sharks' Adin Hill: Lower-body injury flares up

Hill has suffered a recurrence of his lower-body injury and is expected to miss Tuesday's matchup with Florida, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Hill made 29 saves in a shutout performance versus the Kings on Saturday after having previously missed 15 games due to his lingering lower-body issue. With the 25-year-old netminder back on the shelf, the Sharks may have to return to Zach Sawchenko between the pipes Tuesday, though James Reimer (lower body) may also be an option.
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Timo Meier, Adin Hill shine as Sharks stay perfect vs. Los Angeles Kings

SAN JOSE – Timo Meier’s success against the Los Angeles Kings at home this season continued unabated Saturday night. Meier had a goal and two assists and goalie Adin Hill made 29 saves and earned his second shutout of the season in his return from a lower-body injury as the Sharks earned a 5-0 win over the Kings before an announced crowd of 13,821 at SAP Center.
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Sharks' Adin Hill: Will start Saturday

Hill will start Saturday's home game versus the Kings, Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now reports. Hill was activated from injured reserve earlier Saturday, and he's set to make his first appearance since Jan. 22. He'll be welcomed back by a strong Kings team, though these two teams met Thursday with the Sharks winning 4-3 in overtime. Hill has a 2.78 GAA and a .901 save percentage through 24 games this season.
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Sharks' Adin Hill: Earns shutout in return

Hill (lower body) posted a 29-save shutout in Saturday's 5-0 win over the Kings. So much for rust -- Hill had been out for the last 15 games, but he was stellar in his return against a battered Kings team. The Sharks set the tone with three goals in the first period, and Hill made sure that was more than enough offense for the win. The 25-year-old improved to 10-11-1 with a 2.66 GAA and a .906 save percentage in 25 outings. This was the second shutout of the season and the fifth of his career. Hill should serve as the No. 1 goalie going forward, though a tough matchup with the Panthers awaits him Tuesday.
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Sharks' Adin Hill: Activated from injured reserve

Hill (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday. Hill will be ready to play for the first time since Jan. 22. The 25-year-old is expected to resume a No. 1 role for the Sharks, though Zach Sawchenko has performed well in a backup role lately and could compete for starts. The Sharks have yet to announce a starting goalie for Saturday's game against the Kings.
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