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Farewell Black Armor


It’s been 8 1/2 years of ups and downs… painful tortuous down. But it’s time to say farewell. Talking about the San Jose Sharks’ alternate jersey, once known as “BlackArmour” says farewell Thursday night vs. the Edmonton Oilers. Team Teal as they are affectionately known have played in the dark ...

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NHL Announces Two Preseason Games in China for 2017-18


Last night, the NHL held a press conference in Beijing, China to announce that the Los Angeles Kings and the Vancouver Canucks will play two preseason games in China for the 2017-18 season. The first game will be on Sept. 21st at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, and the second will be on Sept. ...

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Sharks Grapple With Underwhelming Season

Joel Ward

The San Jose Sharks are in the midst of a six-game losing streak that has frustrated the team for the past 12 days. In that span, they have been out-scored by opponents 23-7 and allowed the Anaheim Ducks to take over first place in the division. This stretch is the most San ...

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Killer Instinct: What is Going On With Our Beloved San Jose Sharks?


San Jose Sharks Struggling Mightily Lately The San Jose Sharks continued their slide last night, in another ugly loss as they gave up seven goals against the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena. The losing streak has now gone to six games, a season-worst for the club that has now seen their once commanding ...

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Concerns Surround the Sharks’ Cup Run

sharks v preds

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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