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New franchises affect Sharks in different ways

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Did you know that the National Hockey League is expanding to Las Vegas? Yeah, well, everyone else did, too. As first reported by Adrian Dater — and the worst-kept secret in hockey — the Las Vegas (*cough*) Black Knights (*cough*) are coming to hockey in 2017. Fighting through the glitz ...

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Barracuda captain jumps to Sweden

Bryan Lerg

It appears that Bryan Lerg will not be a ‘black ace’ for the duration of the San Jose Sharks playoff run. The pint-sized San Jose Barracuda captain signed a two-year deal with Rögle BK of the Swedish Hockey League Wednesday, beginning in the 2016–17 season. The new deal might be ...

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Barracuda hope to stave off elimination in Game 4

Kempe Scores Against Barracuda

The Ontario Reign went into Game 3 with a “must-win” attitude and now the San Jose Barracuda literally must win tonight in order to stay alive in the Calder Cup Playoffs. Ontario (1P) took a 2-1 series lead over San Jose (4P) with a commanding 3-1 victory Thursday night. Reign ...

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Barracuda resume series tonight!

Barracuda Celebrate Carpenter Goal

Bizarre scheduling is just kind of expected when it comes to the American Hockey League, even in the playoffs. The San Jose Barracuda (P4) and Ontario Reign (P1) resume their best-of-five playoff series tonight after having not played since Saturday. The teams are tied at one win apiece after the ...

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Time to End the Reign

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As a team that has had to face major obstacles in year one, the San Jose Barracuda start off their first endeavor into the American Hockey League playoffs by continuing that trend. The task? Merely knock off the defending Calder Cup champions, the Ontario Reign, in round one. Tonight the ...

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Barracuda Truly Show Fans Their Appreciation

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.

This article was initially published to Pucknology.net on April 21, 2016 For the San Jose Barracuda, Fan Appreciation Day could not have gone any better. It goes beyond their big 6-0 victory on Sunday over their closest regional rival. It even goes further than clinching a playoff spot on the ...

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‘Cuda Clinch Playoff Spot, Take on Reign in Round One


All the way, down to the wire. That what it took for the San Jose Barracuda, the Sharks’ American Hockey League affiliate to clinch it’s first playoff spot in it’s inaugural season. The Barracuda beat the Stockton Heat 6-0 at SAP Center at San Jose on Sunday to have a ...

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Barracuda handed keys to their own destiny

Ryan Carpenter vs. Heat

Nearly all California hockey fans will be glued to watching Game 2 of the Stanley Cup playoff series between the San Jose Sharks and the Los Angeles Kings. Believe it or not, though, there will be other hockey games taking place of great importance to the Bay Area. The Sharks ...

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Teal Tinted Glasses Episode 48

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Las Vegas Sharks? We continue our trend of titles that have nothing to with the podcast as well as talk about how the west is shaping up as all the eight teams have no been determined. We talk about the slumping Barracuda who are losing at the worst time possible ...

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Teal Tinted Glasses Episode 46

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Batman Vs. Superman: Sharks Edition* *Hopefully with a better critical response. This week on Teal Tinted Glasses we cover a busy week of Sharks action a light week of Barracuda action before moving on to some of the interesting playoff races in the league today. Ian’s Hockey 101 also makes ...

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