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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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Pucknology Writers Room #5


This time on the Pucknology Writers Room Ian Reid is joined by Pucknology Contributor Kevin Lacy and special guest Zachary DeVine of Last Word on Sports, DobberProspects, and HockeyProphets.com who give their thoughts on many of the Sharks Prospects who attended the annual San Jose Sharks prospect camp. If you missed ...

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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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New franchises affect Sharks in different ways

T-Mobile Arena NHL

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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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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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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Teal Tinted Glasses Episode 51

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This week on Teal Tinted Glasses the gang is brought back down to earth after the Sharks played easily their worst game of the postseason in game three. The Sharks are still up 2-1 in the series so we break down what the Sharks need to do better and what ...

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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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