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Concerns Surround the Sharks’ Cup Run

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The San Jose Sharks are in a favorable position to go deep into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. At the time of writing this, they sit in first place of the Pacific Division with a seven-point lead on the second-place Edmonton Oilers. They also have a 17-point cushion on the first ...

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San Jose Sharks Trade Targets Set Two Teams


Editors Note: The following guest submission is courtesy of Pucknology Writers Room’s Zachary DeVine. The San Jose Sharks trade targets should only address one area: scoring depth. The Sharks are frequent buyers at the NHL trade deadline and general manager Doug Wilson brought in three players last year at the ...

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Promoting Ice Hockey Better in the U.S.


As we come up on the start of celebrations for the NHL’s Centennial, we recognize that hockey has come a long way since the League came together in 1917. We went from having only six teams in the League to 30 (and now 31, counting the Vegas Golden Knights), in ...

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5 Misleading Statistics in Hockey


In today’s analytics-driven game, statistics surround the world of hockey. Everything from shot quality, to score situation, to where netminders give up the most goals is tracked by statisticians and made available to organizations and, in some cases, the public. With all of this data, it is sometimes difficult to sort through what ...

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Tim Heed Is The Straw That Stirs The Barracuda Offense


Barracuda With High Expectations Entering this season there was a lot of excitement about the rookie forward group that was going to make their debut with the San Jose Barracuda.  Name’s like Timo Meier, Kevin Labanc, Danny O’Regan, Rourke Chartier, Marcus Sorensen and Adam Helewka were all expected to have ...

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It’s #TimoTime! Meier Called up from Barracuda

San Jose Shark Timo Meier flips the puck in warm up prior to facing the Vancouver Canucks in their Kraft Hockeyville exhibition game on September 21, 2015 at the Q centre in Colwood B.C. Canada. (Photo by Kevin Light/SanJose Sharks)

Timo Meier gets the Call The wait is over unless Doug Wilson and company are the biggest teases in the history of… well, Ever, Timo Meier looks set to make his NHL regular season debut. The Swiss-born Meier the ninth overall pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft lead his ...

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San Jose Sharks Give Back to Community for Annual Holiday Assist Party


From all the horrible things have gone on around the world, especially this year, here’s something that’s guaranteed to make you smile. Pretty much every team and athlete in pro sports gives back to the community. It’s nothing out of the ordinary, right? Well, when the charity event ends up ...

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Weighing the Sharks’ Expansion Options


For the first time since 2000, the NHL is expanding and adding a new team to the league: The Las Vegas Golden Knights. The Vegas organization will be added to the Pacific Division, making the Central Division the only one with just seven teams. But divisions and alignment are not what ...

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The Time Is Now, Mikkel Boedker Needs to Produce for San Jose Sharks


San Jose Sharks’ Mikkel Boedker Needs to Start Producing Coming off of the longest and most successful playoff run in franchise history, the San Jose Sharks didn’t make too many changes to their roster, but general manager Doug Wilson was set on improving team speed which was lacking against the ...

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