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WCOH 2016: A Look at Team Sweden


The World Cup of Hockey is less than a month away and us here at Pucknology are in full swing for it. I’ll be covering most of the Team Sweden news/results, so if you like Sweden, I’m sorry you got stuck with me. Sweden is boasting a real solid lineup going into the ...

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San Jose Sharks Look to Make History Yet Again in Postseason


Writer’s note: While the rest of Pucknology gears up for the World Cup of Hockey, I take a quick look at the San Jose Sharks’ upcoming 2016-17 season as they once again look to go deep into the postseason, this time with hopefully the result they’d been looking for. The San Jose ...

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Poor business practices continue to doom Barracuda

Danny Doremus lines up for a faceoff against Chris Mueller during a game between the San Jose Barracuda and San Diego Gulls on December 12, 2015. (Source: Kevin Lacy / Pucknology)

It is hard to fully assess the success or failure of a sports brand after only one season. The feeling-out process is still ongoing and can take extra time in a market as saturated as San Jose is with entertainment options for both families and individuals. One thing is becoming ...

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Puckguy’s 14 Thoughts: August 26, 2016


With so much rumbling in my head, might as well air it out in one piece.  Welcome to 14 Thoughts, where I’ll touch on everything Sharks, hockey, and things related to both. (By the way, thank you for the idea, Elliotte Friedman) 1. Sharks’ New Secondary Logos As many of ...

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WCOH 2016: A Look At Team Canada


Here at Pucknology we plan to ramp up our hockey coverage for the 2016-17 season by covering the 2016 World Cup of Hockey with many of our writers dedicated to cover specific teams throughout the tournament. Being the only Canadian in the Pucknology Family I will be covering Team Canada. ...

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New Sharks Faces With Big Expectations

Aaron Dell

As the season approaches, I thought I would look at players who I expect to or need to make an impact this year. I thought I’d start with new faces to the organization as well as cheat and include a player who could make his sharks debut after some time ...

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Sharks Unveil New Secondary Logos

There’s an old saying, “nobody likes change”. Evidently, the Sharks have never heard this saying. For the first six years of the franchise, the Sharks had the same logo and crest on their jerseys (or sweater if you prefer) and for much of that time, the Sharks led the league in sales due ...

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What Is Justin Braun?


Braun’s Strange Circumstances Defensemen in the NHL tend to have a specific role on their team. For example, Erik Karlsson is a top-pair offensive-defenseman and Roman Polak is a bottom-pair defensive-defenseman. Justin Braun, however, is a bit of an anomaly when it comes to roles. Braun slots into the second position ...

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Could San Jose be Vegas’ Rivals?


About a month or so ago, the offical Facebook page for the Las Vegas hockey team asked users which Pacific Division team should be their new teams rival. After looking through the comments I got a feel for who most people want to be the new clubs main adversary. The general consensus ...

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