Post Tagged with: "Brent Burns"

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Jumbled Sharks Still Searching for Identity

On the NHL’s first night of the season, the San Jose Sharks took center stage. They were a main story all offseason as their leadership was questioned and trades rumors […]

by · October 26, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks
Matt Irwin could see more ice time as a Shark this season, and fantasy managers would certainly be amongst the beneficiaries. (Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports)

Sharks Mishandling Mueller, Irwin

Teenagers Must Play Somewhere Whether in the NHL, AHL, major junior, or overseas, 19-year-old top prospects need to be on the ice. Thursday’s rare home tilt for the San Jose […]

The San Jose Sharks were undoubtedly happy to see Brent Burns back in the lineup, and so should fantasy managers. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Brent Burns Is More Ovechkin than Doughty

If you look at the standard scoring statistics, defenseman Brent Burns is tied for the Sharks team lead with seven points. If you watch the games, you’ll also notice Burns […]

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Scary Sighting in Pacific: Sharks’ Power-Play Showing Teeth

Recent Struggles From 2010-11 through 2012-13, the San Jose Sharks power-play finished second, second, and seventh overall. If you want to go back even further, they ranked third in 2008-09, and […]

The San Jose Sharks were undoubtedly happy to see Brent Burns back in the lineup, and so should fantasy managers. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Thornton and Hertl Will Miss Brent Burns on First Line

Hockey is so close you can almost taste it. Mere hours until puck drop, San Jose looks to put their past behind them for good. A nightmarish playoff series that […]

by · October 8, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks
Everett's Mirco Mueller is rising up some draft boards (Photo by Christopher Mast)

Could Mueller Be Sharks’ Final Puzzle Piece?

Left Handed Defense When the San Jose Sharks were struggling last regular season and in the playoffs, their weakest area on paper was obvious. They had extremely limited left-handed defense […]

The Sharks completed their first Western Canada sweep in franchise history.  (Mandatory Credit: Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports)

Sharks Diagnosis Episode I

With the regular season on the horizon, what will the Sharks decide when it comes to the captaincy? What will their lineup look like on opening night? Considering their injuries […]

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5 Predictions for the 2014-15 San Jose Sharks

San Jose Sharks training camp will be a little more spirited  than it has been in recent years when it opens September 19. In an offseason that left Sharks fans […]

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Sharks Season Preview Part I: Defense

With the 2014-15 NHL season just weeks away, it’s time for season previews. This first installment previews what the Sharks blue-line will look like to start the season. There are […]

The San Jose Sharks were undoubtedly happy to see Brent Burns back in the lineup, and so should fantasy managers. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

5 Burning Questions on the Sharks Horizon

As the calendar seems to crawl towards the NHL season, the flip to September can certainly be celebrated. No, it isn’t October yet, but September signifies that training camp is […]

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Sharks Will Struggle to Replace Torres

Back to Square One As mentioned here yesterday, Raffi Torres is far from a goon, and the San Jose Sharks will sorely miss the 31-year-old’s physicality and scoring ability. The […]

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Will Sharks Get Brentwood Bay Bounce-Back From Irwin?

“Brentwood Bay blast” is an alliteration coined by San Jose Sharks television play-by-play man Randy Hahn for the booming slap shot from Sharks defenseman and Brentwood Bay, British Columbia native […]

by · August 18, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks