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 at the forward position, will they be able to get off to a hot start? The Hockey Writers’ Sharks correspondents Andrew Bensch and Kenneth Laws tackle these questions in their inaugural episode of Sharks Diagnosis.

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2 thoughts on “Sharks Diagnosis Episode I”

  1. Hey guys, great segment. Generally, I agree on your roster except on the 4th line. Burish is too limited and long in the tooth. I’d like to see McGinn with Desjardins and a combo of Brown / Scott. McGinn can pot a goal here and there and Brown is better than a lot of pundits give him credit for. Scott may be a dinosaur but he’s a much needed one at this point for the Sharks until they get a tougher identity. Desjardins is solid on either the 3rd or 4 th line. I like your 3rd line, BTW. Good energy and grit. Hopefully they can score some so Pavelski can stay with the first line. Wingels could move up to either the 1st or 2nd line if Pavs is needed to beef up the 3rd line.
    Fedun has been good but I think Mueller will be in the line up on opening day. He’s been good in the preseason and won’t get better in Worchester.
    Hopefully the team can put the playoff debacle behind them and come out strong!

    • thanks for the comment Jeff! Yeah sounds like a lot of people think Mueller will be in the lineup. The forward lines were what I expect to have happen, I’d like to see McGinn and Hayes sandwich desjardins assuming goldobin doesn’t make it.

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