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Burns opened the scoring Tuesday, adding three shots and 19:20 in ice time in the San Jose win.
Burns was effective with two assists, a plus-2 rating, 2 penalty minutes, and five shots in Friday's victory over Vancouver.
Burns had a goal, an assist, two penalty minutes, seven shots, and was a plus-2 Tuesday against the Kings.
Burns grabbed an assist on Joe Pavelski's game-winning goal Friday, giving him three assists in the last two games.
Burns had two assists, a +1 rating, and three shots in the Sharks' win over his former team Wednesday.
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Burns was practicing at forward Monday morning for the Sharks according to the Mercury News.
Burns will play on the blue line in Saturday's game against the Coyotes, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
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Burns scored a power play goal midway through the first period as the Sharks defeated the Ducks 4-0 on Wednesday.
Burns scored the opening goal as well as contributing an assist in Monday's 5-3 win over Anaheim.
Burns posted two assists Saturday in the Sharks' 5-2 loss at Los Angeles, giving him five points this season -- all in his last three games.
Burns scored his second goal in as many games playing winger as the Sharks defeated the Kings 4-3 on Thursday.
Burns, who had been out since February 23 with a leg injury, was able to play as expected in Tuesday's loss to the Blues.
Burns (leg) is expected to play Tuesday against the Blues, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Burns (undisclosed) could return to the lineup Tuesday when the Sharks take on the Blues, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Burns (undisclosed) will miss at least the next two games, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Burns was hurt in the first period of Saturday's game and did not return, according to CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
Burns (lower body) made his season debut Saturday against the Coyotes. He had one shot, one minor penalty and two hits in over 20 minutes of work.
Burns (lower body) could play as early as Saturday, but will play "very soon" according to Coach Todd McLellan, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.
Burns (lower body) could return sometime this month, David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Burns (lower body) took part in morning skate prior to Tuesday's win over Anaheim, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Burns, who underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia and groin injury in late May, continues to rehab the injuries and is uncertain to suit up by the time a shortened season would begin, CSN Bay Area reports.
Burns may be in line for a suspension after deliberately elbowing the Blues' Scott Nichol in the back of the head in the second period of Saturday's Game 2 loss.
Burns scored his 10th goal of the season Sunday against Minnesota, and he added an assist as well.
Burns registered his first goal since January 7 with a tally Monday night in a win over Washington.
Burns (leg) will return to action Tuesday against Columbus, Brodie Brazil of CSN Bay Area reports.
Burns will miss Tuesday's game against Calgary, but his leg injury is not located in the knee, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Burns picked up an assist and then scored the game-winning goal on the power play in Saturday's OT win over the Islanders.