Sharks fire Ron Wilson following second-round exit from playoffs

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- With the latest technology and the oldest mind games, coach Ron Wilson led the San Jose Sharks to more victories than any NHL club over the past four seasons.

Not enough of those victories came in the postseason to please general manager Doug Wilson, who's making big changes to a talented team that usually wins, but just can't win it all.

San Jose fired Ron Wilson on Monday after his club followed another outstanding regular season with yet another early exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Sharks won the Pacific Division and compiled the NHL's second-best record with 49 wins and 108 points, but the Dallas Stars knocked them out of the second round in six games on May 4. San Jose ended its past three seasons with six-game losses in the second round, and the Sharks lost to a lower-seeded team in three of their four postseasons under Ron Wilson.

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The Stanley Cup is what it's all about, and he hasn't got them one. Lots of talent, nothing to show for it.
 

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