Why Kennedy’s Return is so Important for San Jose

November 9, 2014

Follow @joe_lami By: Joe Lami Sharks’ forward, Tyler Kennedy, was seen as one of the team’s biggest disappointments last season. So much so, that the player acquired for a 2nd round pick at the 2013 Entry Draft, was left out of the line-up for the entire first round of the playoffs last season. It was so severe that it looked like there was not space on the roster for the…


Scott Suspended; Everyone Else Off the Hook

October 27, 2014

Follow @joe_lami By: Joe Lami Five games into his San Jose Sharks career; the NHL has already suspended John Scott for two games. The reason being is that he came off of the bench to start an altercation, which is an automatic hearing handed out by the NHL rule 70.2. He is the second Shark to receive a suspension for this action in recent memory. The last being Ryan Clowe a…


Decision Time for San Jose Sharks

October 2, 2014

Follow @joe_lami By: Joe Lami With less than a week left before the NHL Regular Season starts, the San Jose Sharks have some decisions to make. The first of which is finalizing the roster. They made progress on Monday by making significant cuts, reassigning four Forwards, two defenseman and two goaltenders to their American League affiliate, Worcester. Among the cuts was Matt Tennyson, a defenseman in the Sharks system who…


Sharks 3-1 Win Over Anaheim- Recap and Analysis

September 28, 2014

The Sharks coasted to a definitive, 3-1 victory over the Anaheim Ducks today in a preseason game that was, from the first minute to the last, a classically hostile matchup between the two rivals. While their offense lacked throughout the game, the Ducks racked up totals in hits (43) and penalty minutes (31) as almost every player took an enforcing role at some point. As early as 2 minutes into…


Sharks Training Camp Marks Most Important Yet

September 17, 2014

Follow @joe_lami By: Joe Lami This week training camp opens for NHL teams, and Friday marks the start of the most important training camp in arguably team history for the San Jose Sharks. Much uncertainty comes this season, after last year’s epic collapse in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Sharks enter camp without any official leaders, after Dan Boyle was traded away before his contract expired…


Sharks Offseason Update

June 27, 2014

After an abysmal performance in the first-round of this year’s 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Sharks look for answers, hoping desperately to forget their pitiful mark on the history books against the eventual champions, the Los Angeles Kings. Earlier on Friday, the Sharks made a rather unsurprising and long-overdue move, buying out the remaining year in former Czech superstar Martin Havlat’s contract, saving the team $5 million in much-needed cap…


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UPDATE: Joe Pavelski Signs With Sharks

July 30, 2013

The San Jose Sharks have signed veteran center Joe Pavelski to a five-year, $30 million dollar contract extension that keeps him with the Sharks through the 2018-2019 season. In this move, the Sharks have locked up one of the major cornerstones of the franchise and they keep him off the free agent market where they could easily have lost him. Pavelski is actually the second major player that GM Doug…