Rebuild, (verb) to repair, especially to dismantle and reassemble with new parts: “the Sharks are entering a rebuild phase.“ Apparently, Doug Wilson doesn’t own a dictionary. Because what he has done this offseason […]
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For the first month of the Sharks’ offseason, the leadership among the forwards in San Jose has been micro analyzed and thrown on and off the trade block, only to […]
Drastic changes were expected in the wake of San Jose’s most recent epic collapse, this time to the Los Angeles Kings in the first round, as they watched a 3-0 […]
Per The Puck Report, about 18% of the NHL’s near 600 playoff best-of-seven series have ended in sweeps. On Tuesday, the San Jose Sharks moved to a 3-0 series lead over their […]
They say baseball is a game of inches. In hockey, sometimes a fraction of an inch is all it takes to turn a big win into a crushing loss. Nobody […]
I am from Saskatchewan. Yes, I’ve been hearing all the lame jokes about Saskatchewan ever since I’ve moved here. Like how flat the province is, that you can still see […]
Joe Thornton already had a three-year contract extension with the San Jose Sharks worked out, but there was just one problem: Patrick Marleau hadn’t yet agreed to his extension. That’s […]
Before the season, I had highlighted seven of the Sharks that had been invited to Olympic training camps. With a over a quarter of the season gone, the chances of […]
When Mike Babcock and Hockey Canada released their preliminary roster for the 2014 Olympics there was no doubting that Patrick Marleau felt a bit of anger that he was nowhere […]
When San Jose Sharks forward Brent Burns took a stick to the mouth on Oct. 12 in a game against the Ottawa Senators, nobody thought much of it considering that […]
It may not be the most hyped return in NHL history, but Marty Havlat’s return is more good news for a team with an embarrassment of riches. I know what you […]
Before the puck even dropped, one could imagine what the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks would look like on the ice based on what they did the night before. You’d probably guess that the Bruins would seem lifeless after coming off of a 5-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres, while the San Jose Sharks would appear well-rested after having the night off in Boston, preparing for their game against last season’s Eastern Conference Champions.
You’d guess right.
After the Sharks outshot the Bruins 16-3 in the first period, it became painfully obvious which team was more prepared. For 59:59.52 of the hockey game, the Sharks had the upper-hand, even after Jarome Iginla opened up the scoring with his first goal as a Bruin late in the second period.
Hockey games are 60 minutes long for a reason.