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Fear The Fin Dec 2, 2016
Sharks vs. Canadiens: Lines, gamethread and where to watch

Sharks vs. Canadiens: Lines, gamethread and where to watch

This is the last game you’ll be able to watch for a while. So watch it. San Jose hosts the Canadiens at 7:30 p.m. on CSN-California for the only time this season. The Sharks won’t play against until they host Ottawa on Wednesday as they take their CBA-mandated break. Tommy Wingels will be a gametime decision, but otherwise expect the lines to remain the same for the Sharks. Sharks Projected Lines Joe Pavelski - Joe Thornton - Patrick Marleau Joonas Donskoi - Logan Couture - Joel Ward Mikkel Boedker - Chris Tierney - Melker Karlsson Micheal Haley - Ryan Carpenter - Kevin...
Fear The Fin Dec 2, 2016
Morning Skate Notes & Quotes: Wingels “very close” to return, game-time decision tonight

Morning Skate Notes & Quotes: Wingels “very close” to return, game-time decision tonight

The forward could play for the first time in a week. SAN JOSE — Tommy Wingels participated in the morning skate and is “very close” to a return, according to head coach Pete DeBoer. The two will talk before they decide whether or not he will play tonight against the Montreal Canadiens, DeBoer said. Wingels has not played since he left the game in San Jose’s 3-2 win over the New York Islanders a week ago. He rotated on fourth line rushes with Micheal Haley, Melker Karlsson, and rookie Ryan Caprenter, who scored his first career NHL goal in the Sharks’ 4-1 win over the Los Angeles...
Fear The Fin Nov 28, 2016

Notes & Quotes: Injury updates, and DeBoer’s thoughts on Carpenter, Boedker

Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Melker Karlsson, and Tommy Wingels all practiced today. SAN JOSE — Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Melker Karlsson were full participants in the San Jose Sharks’ practice this morning, while Tommy Wingels participated in some drills. Barclay Goodrow was sent down to the AHL’s San Jose Barracuda for the second time since Friday morning in a corresponding move. Vlasic joked that he missed the third period of Saturday’s 3-2 loss to the Anaheim Ducks because his skates blew up and he “didn’t have another pair,” but said that he was okay today. “I’m not going to...
Fear The Fin Nov 27, 2016

DeBoer shortens bench, DeMelo shines in “winnable game”

Dylan DeMelo stood out as the Sharks shortened their bench in a 3-2 loss to the Ducks last night. SAN JOSE — With the San Jose Sharks’ three-game winning streak on the line, head coach Pete DeBoer shortened his bench and only played nine forwards in the third period. “Some guys, it was just circumstance,” DeBoer said. “Some guys didn’t deserve to play [in the third].” Ryan Carpenter, who was called up on Saturday after Tommy Wingels left Friday’s game with an injury, and Micheal Haley likely were likely victims of said circumstance. In limited minutes, the pair led the...
Fear The Fin Nov 22, 2016

Sharks send down O'Regan

Danny, we hardly knew ye. The San Jose Sharks sent center Danny O'Regan down to the San Jose Barracuda, according to Sharks GM Doug Wilson. O'Regan made his NHL debut last night in San Jose's 4-0 win over the New Jersey Devils. The rookie played 5:35, and posted a 12.5 CF% at even strength, according to Hockeystats.ca. The transaction likely means that forward Melker Karlsson is ready to return from his ankle injury. If the Sharks' early season line combinations are any indication, Tommy Wingels is likely to center the fourth line as Tomas Hertl is out indefinitely following minor knee...
Rotoworld Nov 13, 2016

Tommy Wingels scores Sharks game winner - Tommy Wingels (W) San Jose Sharks

Tommy Wingels provided the game winning goal in the 3-1 victory of the San Jose Sharks over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Fear The Fin Nov 11, 2016

The Daily Chum: Sharks put together another solid performance

Things are starting to gel for San Jose. Things started poorly for the Sharks on Thursday night. Jason Demers scored twice in the first period to give the Florida Panthers a 2-0 lead after San Jose controlled most of the possession in the very early going. Just as Florida looked poised to take over the contest for good, the Sharks got the breakthrough they needed. Brent Burns, in a phenomenal display of skill and strength, drove the length of the ice and beat Demers and James Reimer to make it 2-1. From there, the Sharks took over and won the game 4-2 thanks to Tommy Wingels’ third...
Fear The Fin Nov 8, 2016

What’s the next domino for the Sharks?

Kevin Labanc is up with the team. What’s next? The Sharks called up Kevin Labanc on Monday morning, setting up what could be an interesting chain reaction if the rookie sticks with the NHL club. Let’s operate under the assumption Labanc bursts onto the scene and becomes a regular in the Sharks’ lineup. Now what? Two of the following players will be scratched if Labanc plays: Matt Nieto, Tommy Wingels and Micheal Haley. Let’s assume the Sharks are smart enough to scratch Haley and send him to the American Hockey League. That gives San Jose about a half million in cap space according...

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