The Kings’ Dustin Brown Resurrects His Offense

The Kings’ Dustin Brown Resurrects His Offense

Like millions of viewers, I’m a big fan of The Walking Dead. If you haven’t seen it, check out the first episode of season one. Even if you’re not into […]

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Tommy Wingels: The Perfect Example for Kids

Coaching Youth For those who have ever coached hockey at the youth level, it can be a frustrating process teaching the fundamentals of the game. Kids generally don’t like doing […]

by · December 7, 2014 · 1 comment · Player Profiles, San Jose Sharks
Andrew Shaw is a gritty player, but he could find himself on the scoresheet on any given night - something that fantasy managers should consider if Shaw is available in their league. (Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)

Blackhawks Factors: Andrew Shaw

Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw is the kind of person that anyone would want in their close circle to back them up just in case things got awry. His numbers […]

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George Parros – A Career In Review

George Parros’ mustache is more famous than George Parros’ wrist shot but that’s fine with him. “My No. 1 priority is making it onto an NHL roster,” Parros told the […]

Tyler Kennedy brings experience to the Isles' bottom-six and could be a good insurance option should anything happen to any of New York's forwards. (Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports)

Tyler Kennedy: Example Why NHL Coaches Drive Me Mad

Tyler Kennedy is a highly skilled hockey player who works his butt off each and every shift. Is he perfect? No. Is he an All-Star? No, he’s certainly not Sidney […]

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Could Goldobin Mirror Couture’s 2010 Performance?

History Repeats? Before Logan Couture wound up as a Calder Trophy candidate for his terrific 2010-11 season, he made a significant impact the year prior. Couture played the maximum 25 […]

Hockey’s Real Iron Man

Hockey’s Real Iron Man

Recently, St. Louis Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester sustained an injury and was forced to miss a game, ending the longest active “Iron Man” streak in all of professional sports, a […]

by · December 3, 2014 · 1 comment · Player Profiles
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Vlasic on Nieto: “One of our most consistent players”

Vlasic Praises Nieto For the second game in a row, for the second win in a row, 21-year-old Sharks forward Matt Nieto found the back of an empty cage. This […]

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Is Tomas Hertl Heating Up?

Need for Speed As mentioned recently, Tomas Hertl still looks to be overcoming the knee injury he suffered last season. He doesn’t seem to have the same jump in his […]

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Sharks Shouldn’t Put Pickles on Their Power-Play

Pickles on the Power-Play? The other day, San Jose Sharks head coach Todd McLellan joked that yours truly gets to sit at home on the computer and become an expert […]

Todd McLellan is about to enter his first playoff series as a head coach

Todd McLellan Chuckles at My Corsi Question

You Like that, Eh Andrew? My post game article tonight was supposed to focus on Matt Nieto being the most deserving San Jose Sharks player to score an empty net […]

by · November 30, 2014 · 4 comments · Player Profiles, San Jose Sharks
Joe Thornton is three points shy of 1000 and has a chance to shoot for the milestone tonight vs the Kings.

Joe Thornton Shooting Like It’s 1999? Well, Kinda

Big Joe, Super Joe, Jumbo Joe, Thorty One of the few bright spots for the Sharks over the entirety of this first quarter of the season has been none other […]

by · November 29, 2014 · 6 comments · Player Profiles, San Jose Sharks