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Are the San Jose Sharks’ Stanley Cup Dreams Slightly Premature?

November 22nd, 2009
Things are looking up for hockey fans in the Bay Area. The San Jose Sharks are trotting an All-Star laced first line, and their supporting lines also appear to be getting the job done. A relief, after these secondary lines could only be found on the back of milk cartons during ...

San Jose Sharks: Keeping Tabs On the 2009 Draft Picks

November 18th, 2009
It has been five months since the 2009 NHL Draft took place, and unless your draft picks were named Tavares, Hedman, Duchene, or Kane, you have probably already forgotten who your team selected. This definitely rings true for the San Jose Sharks. In the 2009 Draft, the Sharks didn’t pick until ...

Owning the Red Dot: Sharks Continue Dominance In The Face Off Circle

November 11th, 2009
Possession.  Some will say its nine tenths of the law.  But in sports, possession (of the puck or ball) is 100 percent the goal. Without possession, getting points up on the board is practically impossible.  That is why in hockey, owning the puck off the face off is tremendously important if any ...

San Jose Sharks’ Joe Pavelski Dives Back in Head First

November 8th, 2009
It’s always nice seeing players return from the injured list, but for some reason the return of Joe Pavelski stirred a little more excitement than usual. “Little Joe’s” two assists in the first game of the year against Colorado sparked some serious buzz around the production capabilities of the Sharks second ...