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Tim Heed Is The Straw That Stirs The Barracuda Offense


Barracuda With High Expectations Entering this season there was a lot of excitement about the rookie forward group that was going to make their debut with the San Jose Barracuda.  Name’s like Timo Meier, Kevin Labanc, Danny O’Regan, Rourke Chartier, Marcus Sorensen and Adam Helewka were all expected to have ...

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Pucknology After Dark – 12/18/2016


Chicago Blackhawks 4 – San Jose Sharks 1 The San Jose Sharks lost a 4-1 decision to the Chicago Blackhawks to conclude their road trip winning three out of four games and earning six points. Since it’s a Sunday night the Pucknology Writers Room crew takes over with Ian Reid ...

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It’s #TimoTime! Meier Called up from Barracuda

San Jose Shark Timo Meier flips the puck in warm up prior to facing the Vancouver Canucks in their Kraft Hockeyville exhibition game on September 21, 2015 at the Q centre in Colwood B.C. Canada. (Photo by Kevin Light/SanJose Sharks)

Timo Meier gets the Call The wait is over unless Doug Wilson and company are the biggest teases in the history of… well, Ever, Timo Meier looks set to make his NHL regular season debut. The Swiss-born Meier the ninth overall pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft lead his ...

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Barracuda host Gulls in Matinee Action


Barracuda Host Gulls The San Jose Barracuda will face the San Diego Gulls in a pair of afternoon games at the SAP Center. The Barracuda (8-6-0-1)* currently sit in 6th place with a win percentage of .559 earning 19 points so far this season.  The Gulls currently sit in second ...

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Offense keeping Barracuda afloat in first six weeks

Kevin Labanc

With a team built on talent over experience, growing pains are to be expected. Even top-level players battle consistency at times, let alone those who play in the American Hockey League. Not helped by a schedule that saw just six games played in the first four weeks of the season, ...

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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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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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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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Why Micheal Haley and John McCarthy are returning

Micheal Haley

Over the past several days, the San Jose Sharks have held their annual prospect development camp, giving the organization a chance to survey and advise its youngest athletes a couple months in advance of training camp. The San Jose Barracuda are expected to see a massive roster turnover for the ...

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Sharks qualify four, let others hit free agent market

Tomas Hertl

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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