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Another Playoff Run Ends In Disappointment For The San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks season officially has ended after a 5-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues in game six of the Western Conference Finals. San Jose played without captain Joe Pavelski, Tomas Hertl and Erik Karlsson due to injury. With another disappointing end to the season it seems that changes are necessary if the franchise does want to get back to the Stanley Cup Finals. For general manager Doug
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Martin Jones Deserves A Big Payday From The San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks need to do whatever it takes to keep Martin Jones. While not a free agent until the 2018-19 season, the team may wish to extend his contract in order for him to stay in San Jose. It's for good reason, as Jones has been the lifeline of the Sharks since his arrival in 2015. Formerly of the Los Angeles Kings, Jones came to San Jose via
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San Jose Sharks: Team out to prove last season was no fluke

The NHL, just like any sport has their superstars, but stars alone cannot win a championship. When you think hockey you think Patrick Kane, Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin but we lose focus on the team aspect. The San Jose Sharks reminded everyone that it takes a cohesive unit to win, not an individual player. To be fair, the Sharks lost the Stanley Cups Finals but according to the "experts", they were
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Sharks Start Out Slow Finish Off Strong In 5-3 Win Over Penguins

[caption id="attachment_23120" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Thearon W. Henderson- Getty Images[/caption] The Pittsburgh Penguins had a great chance of beating the San Jose Sharks in San Jose for the first time since 1997. Rookie defensemen Olli Maatta opened the scoring in the first with his eighth goal of the season with Tanner Glass and former Shark Marcel Goc assisting. The Penguins scored their second goal shortly after this time on  the power play after Jason Demers went off for hooking. Chris Kunitz scored his 29th goal of the season and Evgeni Malkin got the only assist. Momentum began
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NHL : Team USA Unveils Men’s 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Hockey Roster

[caption id="attachment_20270" align="aligncenter" width="652"] Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images[/caption] ANN ARBOR – Team USA unveiled their 2014 Winter Olympic Games men's hockey roster, shortly after Toronto's shootout win over Detroit in the 2014 Winter Classic. There were some snubs, some new faces, and some returning members of the 2010 team. First off are the forwards. The team features a nice blend of skilled scorers, as well as gritty defensive forwards. The
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Inscriber Digital Magazine : NHL Power Rankings

[caption id="attachment_18492" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Jeff Gross/Getty Images North America)[/caption] It's hard to believe that over one month has passed since the start of the 2013-14 NHL season, which began on October 1st. Many surprise teams have taken the league by storm, while some disappointments have upset their respective fan bases. There is one conference that has annihilated the other, along with many other intriguing storylines. Here are the power rankings
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2013 NHL Draft: Sharks Trade Up To Take Defensemen Mirco Mueller At No.18

The San Jose Sharks took 18-year old defensemen Mirco Mueller with the 18th pick of the 2013 NHL Draft. Originally San Jose had the 20th pick before trading that selection away along with the 58th pick to the Detroit Red Wings. In regards to Mueller Hockey Prospects states "he slows down the game on breakouts, making good decisions with the puck. He also makes a lot of defensive stops due to his good positioning and reads. He displays above-average mobility, both closing gaps
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2013 NHL Playoffs: The Lengthy Suspension Of Torres Is Wrong

When the San Jose Sharks acquired Raffi Torres late in the season there were some fans that weren't thrilled with the move based on his history of illegal checks that resulted in suspensions. Since February of 2011 he has received discipline from the league 11 times including the announcement today that he will miss the rest of the series against the defending champion Los Angeles Kings. Unfortunately for him this was a classic example of the NHL making its
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2013 NHL Playoffs: Sharks Sweep Canucks

The 2013 NHL Playoffs gave the  San Jose Sharks their first sweep in a seven game series in franchise history and their victim the Vancouver Canucks. In a surprising move Alain Vigneault chose to start Corey Schneider in net as opposed to Roberto Luongo. The Canucks put pressure on to start the first period, yet it was Brent Burns who lit the net for the Sharks to give an early 1-0 lead. After a careless possession on the defensive end Mason
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2013 NHL Playoffs: Pavelski Starts It, Couture Finishes Off Canucks In Game 3

In a strange move Vancouver Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault decided to start Corey Schneider in goal for the first time in series over Roberto Luongo. A move that didn't make sense as he was their best player so far in the 2013 NHL Playoffs and it showed tonight. The San Jose Sharks did have a bit of a scare in the first period Patrick Marleau went off for a high-sticking penalty and gave the Canucks 4-3 as Tom Sestito and Adam Burish were already in the penalty box. With the open ice, Vancouver