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Danny O’Regan Gets “The Call”


With recent injuries to Melker Karlsson and now the unknown length of Tomas Hertl being out, the Sharks looking for more scoring punch to the roster.  Monday morning saw the Sharks call up, the current leading scorer for the San Jose Barracuda, Danny O’Regan. O’Regan, a 5th Round pick of the ...

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14 Thoughts – November 16, 2016


Welcome back to 14 Thoughts, where I touch on 14 topics in the sport of hockey (or somewhat related to it.) 1. In Life, As In Hockey, It Takes Goals To Win Yes, you heard this from Jeff Friesen, Owen Nolan, Patrick Marleau, Dan Boyle many times in regards for ...

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Jeremy Roy Suffers Devastating Knee Injury


San Jose Sharks prospect defenseman Jeremy Roy incurred a serious injury after a knee-on-knee collision with Ryan Tesink on October 22. The prognosis, released Sunday night, says he will be out for months and possibly miss the rest of the season. Clips of the collision and aftermath can be seen here: Video ...

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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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Sharks Ready for the Regular Season

SAN JOSE, CA - MAY 19:  (2nd R) Tomas Hertl #48 of the San Jose Sharks celebrates with Justin Braun #61, Marc-Edouard Vlasic #44, Joe Pavelski #8 and Joe Thornton #19 after his second goal in game three of the Western Conference Finals against the St. Louis Blues during the 2016 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at SAP Center on May 19, 2016 in San Jose, California.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Last year, the San Jose Sharks were towards the top, but didn’t achieve their foremost goal of winning Lord Stanley. Training camp is officially over, and it’s time for the Sharks to prepare for opening night against the rival Los Angeles Kings. The Sharks reassigned six players to the San ...

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Dan Boyle Calls It A Career


“Today, I would like to formally announce my retirement from the National Hockey League… I’ve been fortunate and blessed to have had the opportunity to do what I most love to do. All I wanted to do as a young boy was have the opportunity to play one game in ...

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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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Hockey Doubleheader on Tap Tonight


Have you missed hockey?  Sure, but the World Cup of Hockey have calmed the cravings.  But on this night, Sharks fans will be treated to a sweet doubleheader of local and international flare. Europe vs. Canada, 5pm, ESPN This is for all the marbles.  Game One for the World Cup ...

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Team Canada Advances to the World Cup Final


Team Canada advances to the World Cup Final after a dominant performance over arch rival Team Russia.  Canada will play the winner of tomorrow’s semi-final between Team Europe and Team Sweden. Aside from an Exhibition loss to the United States, Canada has gone undefeated in the game that mattered defeating Team ...

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WCH2016: Finland unfamiliar with last-place finish

13 September 2016:  Sitting (L-R) on the bench during the World Cup of Hockey Pre-Tournament at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. are Team Finland forward Jussi Jokinen (36), forward Aleksander Barkov (91), Patrik Laine (29) and forward Sebastian Aho (20).  Team USA defeated the Team Finland, 3-2. (SOURCE: Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire)

Normally, one should never count out the Finnish National Team, no matter the tournament or the roster in which they field. The main allure about “Leijonat” for the past two decades  has been their consistent ability to overachieve. They are not usually the fastest, the most skilled, or overly disciplined. ...

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