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You Will Never Live Up To This Photo of Brent Burns and Joe Thornton

I believe this is Brent Burns and Joe Thornton. They are walking around Pittsburgh's North Shore and don't give ONE HELL. pic.twitter.com/T7t8LiLlBy — Colin Dunlap (@colin_dunlap) October 19, 2016 If you can’t beat ’em, walk around their city next time you play and give no hells. The Sharks play the Penguins ...

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Infusion of youth creates excitement about the Barracuda

The San Jose Barracuda celebrate a victory on the final day of the AHL's regular season and clinch a playoff spot with a 6-0 victory over the Stockton Heat.

“Out with the old and in with the new.” That saying does not just apply to the San Jose Barracuda roster for the 2016-17 season, which begins tonight – It also stands for the complete change in philosophy that San Jose Sharks’ farm teams have been built around for the ...

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Someone in Los Angeles Got Fired Tonight

(Fox Sports)

Here’s to another fifty years of #Hockeytown.   Joe Hospodor (@ABoyAndHisTeam) is a Bay Area native and has been a Sharks fan since his first game in 1993. He currently lives in Los Angeles because he loves irony.

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UPDATING [WE FOUND HIM!]: A Hero Is Messing Around With Jonathan Quick’s Wikipedia Page


Tonight, I’m looking for a hero. It could be any of us. It could be all of us. I don't know who did this to Quick's wikipedia page but they're my new dad pic.twitter.com/SlGuRlfrtp — Beater of LA (@ABoyAndHisTeam) October 14, 2016 Jonathan Quick has a long history of acting like ...

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San Jose Sharks Make Final Cuts


The San Jose Sharks cut six players today reducing their roster to 23 just in time for the NHL’s roster deadline. Nikolay Goldobin, Kevin Lebanc, Dan Kelly, Barclay Goodrow, Mirco Mueller and Ryan Carpenter were all sent down to the San Jose Barracuda. Little Room For New Blood The Sharks ...

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Managing Minutes Vital to Sharks’ Success


The San Jose Sharks’ 2016-17 season begins Wednesday night when they take on the Los Angeles Kings at SAP Center. The summer has come and gone—the draft, the free agent frenzy and the World Cup of Hockey have all been completed. Now, it is time to take another run at ...

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Top 10 Worst Losses of the Sharks 2015-2016


Even though the 2015-2016 San Jose Sharks overall was a great season and a success but there were some ugly and painful losses patched in the twenty-fifth anniversary season for San Jose. Please note that this is my personal opinion. So here we go! 10.November 10, 2015 against Columbus Blue ...

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Kevin Labanc Targeting NHL Roster Spot


San Jose Sharks prospect Kevin Labanc has turned heads in training camp and is now making a push for a spot on the NHL club. The Staten Island, NY native is a hockey-smart left winger who has registered four points in four preseason games thus far. This performance has garnered the ...

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San Jose Sharks Reduce Training Camp Roster


Sharks Reduce Training Camp Roster The San Jose Sharks announced today that 20 players were cut from training camp and sent to the San Jose Barracuda training camp of the AHL. The following players were reassigned to the Barracuda: Colin Blackwell Ryan Carpenter Rourke Chartier Alex Gallant Adam Helewka Nikita ...

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