The Worcester Sharks used two goals by Andrew Desjardins and 24 saves by rookie goaltender Alex Stalock to defeat the Syracuse Crunch 3-1 Tuesday night at the DCU center in Worcester, Massachusetts. The win was the 36th on the season for Stalock, which leads the American Hockey League and sets a new rookie record for wins in a season.The WorSharks have gotten into a habit of scoring goals early in periods lately, and they did it again against Syracuse when Desjardins connected just 56 seconds into the game. After passes in the neutral zone by Dan DaSilva and John McCarthy, Desjardins broke into the Crunch zone down the left wing side and cut to the net driving to the far post. Syracuse goaltender Dan Taylor bit on Desjardins' backhand fake, and left a wide open net that Desjardins...

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