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San Jose Sharks Fire Head Coach David Quinn

In a sudden change of events, the San Jose Sharks have fired head coach David Quinn. The 57-year-old coach posted a 41-98-25 record in 164 games with the Sharks on incredibly awful teams. This is a decision that shouldn’t have fallen on the coach or the players. The San Jose Sharks were intentionally terrible this […]

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Three Things To Watch As Sharks Host Canes

The San Jose Sharks continue their season-opening homestand as the Carolina Hurricanes come to town for their one visit to the Tank this season. The Sharks are coming off a 2-1 shootout loss to the Colorado Avalanche that saw Mackenzie Blackwood go full Super Saiyan as he stopped 51 of 52 shots and only gave […]

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Three Things To Watch As Sharks Host Avalanche

The San Jose Sharks continue their homestand when the Colorado Avalanche visit on Saturday night. The Sharks are coming off a 4-1 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights, and the Avs took care of the LA Kings on Wednesday night. The Sharks played well against the Golden Knights for about 35 minutes before the wheels […]

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Three Observations From San Jose Sharks 4-1 Loss To Vegas Golden Knights

The San Jose Sharks opened their season with a familiar scene from last year. A loss. While the new-look Sharks did compete for about half the game, Vegas did show why they are the defending Stanley Cup Champions and dispatched the rebuilding team late in the second. Here are three observations from the game. Filip […]

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Tomas Hertl tries to score on Adin Hill

Three Things To Watch For As The Sharks Host The Golden Knights

The San Jose Sharks open their season against the defending champs, the Vegas Golden Knights. While both franchises are in different tiers when it comes to the NHL’s haves and have-nots. A new season brings new hope, even if that hope is a lottery ball in May. There are always things to learn about a […]

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NY Rangers Coaching – Season Preview and the ‘Left-Wing Lock’

The New York Rangers are now on their 3rd coach in 4 years. Needless to say, the Blueshirts have seen their fair share of coaching changes. The owner of the team, James Dolan, and the GM, Chris Drury, have cleaned the slate twice now with bench bosses since Drury took over the position from Jeff […]

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Mackenzie Blackwood Season Preview

Can Mackenzie Blackwood turn back the clock? Pre-pandemic, Blackwood was seen as the goalie of the future for the New Jersey Devils. After several injury-plagued and, at times, bad seasons for the Devils, they were ready to turn the page. The San Jose Sharks acquired Blackwood’s signing rights days before the NHL draft for a […]

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Three Big Questions Surrounding the Sharks’ Defense

The San Jose Sharks enter a new era on the blue line. Gone are Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson, and for the first time in over 15 years, the Sharks do not have a clear puck-moving defenseman. This group is full of defense-first defensemen, and while this might have been a recipe for success in […]

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Marc-Edouard Vlasic Season Preview

And then there was one. Marc-Edouard Vlasic is the last piece of the San Jose Sharks high-priced defense. With Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson being traded since General Manager Mike Grier took over in July of 2022, Vlasic is now the Sharks’ highest-paid defenseman on the blue line. While his recent on-ice performance has not […]

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Henry Thrun Season Preview

Henry Thrun has all the makings of a 1,000-game NHL player. The former Captain of the Harvard Crimson men’s ice hockey team looks like he has spent years in the NHL despite playing eight career NHL games last season. Thrun, a former 2019 fourth-round pick of the Anaheim Ducks, made it clear to Anaheim that […]

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