4:46 PM EDT, Sun June 26, 2016
Fear The Fin Jun 16, 2016

Looking at how the Sharks ended up with their 2016 draft picks

We miss you, daddy. We’ll be taking a look at 10 prospects slated to go around the Sharks top pick (No. 60), but I thought we should take stock of what San Jose has and where all those picks came from (and went, for that matter). We all know that Martin Jones replaced the Sharks first round pick (No. 29 pick now) but what about everything else? Taking a look at the excellent General Fanager, we can see exactly what the Sharks are dealing with. Their highest pick, No. 60, is their own, duh. From there, San Jose has no third round pick because they traded it to the Dallas Stars with Jason...
San Jose Mercury News Jun 8, 2016

Stanley Cup Final: NBC producer craves another trip to San Jose

Josh Freedenberg and his team hoping to turn the Sharks into a 'national team.
Defending Big D Jun 5, 2016

Dallas Stars 2015-16 Player Grades: Jordie Benn

The bearded Benn slid into a more prototypical role player spot this season. Did he do enough to earn more time with the Stars? In a way, it was a tough year to be Jordie Benn. The Dallas Stars played the defenseman less than in any of his full seasons with the team so far. His minutes and production were down as well. He became a regular scratch after the acquisition of Kris Russell (as well as the return to health of Jason Demers and addition of Stephen Johns from the minors), and that continued into the playoffs. And in the eyes of some fans, he struggled to play well even when he was in...
San Jose Mercury News May 30, 2016

10 moments that led Sharks to the Stanley Cup Final

Certain moments in time can catapult a team to the ultimate goal. Here are 10 for these San Jose Sharks.
Defending Big D May 26, 2016

Dallas Stars 2015-16 Player Grades: Jason Demers

Alternative title: "A Tale Of Two Seasons" The 2015-16 season couldn't have started much better for Jason Demers. Dallas exploded out of the gate, compiling one of the best records in the NHL over the first few months of the season, and Demers was a large part of that success. One of the team's primary goals was to improve their defensive play, which had been a debilitating weakness the previous year, and called upon Demers to be a key part of that process. As I touched on in this article back in early November, the 27 year-old Quebecer was asked to do a lot of heavy lifting for the Stars...

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