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Sharks Sign Hertl for two More Years

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Just two days after getting a qualifying offer from the San Jose Sharks, left-winger Tomas Hertl has re-signed with the club. TSN reporter Bob Mckenzie broke news of the deal on Twitter just after one o’clock today: Tomas Hertl agrees to terms with SJ. Two years, $6M. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 29, 2016 ...

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Sharks qualify four, let others hit free agent market

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The deadline to tender qualifying offers to potential restricted free agents befell the National Hockey League on Monday. Teams were required to extend a minimum offer of up to a 10% raise, dependent on a player’s previous contract, in order for those players to qualify as restricted free agents. The ...

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Sharks Acquire Letunov, Pick From Coytoes

Spencer Nass (L-R) celebrates, with teammates Tage Thompson and Max Letunov, the his first of two goals scored as UConn hockey defeats Arizona State University 5-1.  (Mark Mirko / Hartford Courant)

Doug Wilson got his draft week off to an early start as he acquired prospect Maxim Letunov (C) and a 2017, 6th. round selection from the Arizona Coyotes for their 4th round pick in 2016 (120th.) and 2017 3rd round selection. The third round selection was the pick they acquired ...

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London Knights Win The Memorial Cup

The Knights' Christian Dvorak celebrates his third-period goal against Rouyn-Noranda at the Memorial Cup on Sunday. The Knights went on to win in overtime.  (JEFF MCINTOSH / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

At the start of the season, 60 teams across Canada and the United States dreamed of raising the MasterCard Memorial Cup over their heads at the end of their season and for the London Knights that became a reality this afternoon with a 3-2 overtime victory over the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. ...

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Sharks Prospects Move on in Memorial Cup Tournament

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Timo Meier and the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies will face off against Adam Helewka and the Red Deer Rebels. The winner of tonight’s which starts at 8pm eastern / 5 pacific and will face off against the undefeated London Knights on Sunday for the MasterCard Memorial Cup Final. So Sharks prospect Timo Meier ...

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SHL Roundup: Sharks sign two more Swedes

Tim Heed of Skellefteå AIK shoots the puck during Game 4 of their SM-slutspel semifinal series against the Växjö Lakers. (Source:  Jonas Ljungdahl / Bildbyrån)

It was confirmed late-Friday, after our initial report on May 12, that Tim Heed has officially signed with the San Jose Sharks. According to General Fanager, the two-way deal is for one-year at $775,000, including a $100,000 signing bonus. The 25-year-old Swede was one of the most offensively-gifted defensemen in ...

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Meier, Helewka Chase The MasterCard Memorial Cup

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This year in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada one of the hardest trophies to win in North American hockey will be won by one of four teams in a single elimination winner takes all tournament after a round robin.  It’s the MasterCard Memorial Cup this year being hosted by Sharks prospect ...

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Need a distraction? Pucknology Has You Covered!

So you’re sitting at your desk trying to decide how are you going to get through the day because your nervous or anxious about game seven tonight well let Pucknology help you waste your day away! Some Reading: Thomas Owen takes a look at 25-year-old defenseman Tim Heed who appears ...

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Sharks poised to sign former Salming Trophy winner

Tim Heed of Skellefteå AIK shoots the puck during Game 4 of their SM-slutspel semifinal series against the Växjö Lakers. (Source:  Jonas Ljungdahl / Bildbyrån)

According to several reports, it is believed that the San Jose Sharks will soon announce the signing of Skellefteå AIK defenseman Tim Heed to a two-way contract. Thanks to a tip from Pucknology reader Joakim Nihlén, Swedish newspaper Norran has reported throughout the week that “evidence suggests that the San ...

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Sharks Dominate in Pivotal Game 5

From USA Today

The San Jose Sharks ousted the Nashville Predators Saturday night to secure a Game 5 victory and a 3-2 series lead. The Sharks have the opportunity to close the series out Monday night in Nashville. Both teams made lineup changes following the six-period game on Thursday. Peter Laviolette returned Mike Ribeiro to ...

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