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Clipped Fins: Depth Injuries Could Sink Sharks

Corsi Darlings Nieto & TK Not only has San Jose Sharks winger Matt Nieto led his team in corsi all season, he is currently sixth out of all skaters in […]

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Patrick Marleau Maintaining Masterful Production

Peaks & Valleys It happens every year to every team and every player. Peaks and valleys, cold spells and hot streaks are inevitable for even the best teams and the […]

by · December 8, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks
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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 […]

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Sharks Showing Signs of Life

So far the Sharks are undefeated with Mike Brown in the lineup this season. A Long Road Ahead After the Sharks lost 2-0 to the Calgary Flames before Thanksgiving it […]

by · December 6, 2014 · 2 comments · San Jose Sharks
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James Sheppard Does a 180 in the Face-off Circle

No, James Sheppard didn’t actually jump and turn 180 degrees in the face-off circle in order to win a draw, but he might as well have. More on that in […]

by · December 6, 2014 · 2 comments · San Jose Sharks
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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 […]

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The 4 Most Memorable Forward Lines in Sharks History

In NHL hockey, 18 skaters dress for each game, including four forwards lines of three players each. While forwards get mixed and matched on different lines every season, each team […]

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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 […]

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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