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Raw Charge 23 hours ago
What if: the Tampa Bay Lightning had kept their pick at the top of the 1999 Draft?

What if: the Tampa Bay Lightning had kept their pick at the top of the 1999 Draft?

The big names on top of the 1999 draft were a couple of Swedes and a couple of Czechs. The Tampa Bay Lightning have had the first overall pick in the NHL Entry Draft more than a handful of times. Their firsts were used for Roman Hamrlik in 1992, and on Vincent Lecavalier in 1998. While the 1992 pick was owned by the Lightning from the get go, the 1998 pick was the result of a trade that allowed the Lightning the right to swap first round picks with the San Jose Sharks. The Sharks had the first-overall pick and the Lightning had the second-overall pick, so they flipped, allowing the...

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The Hockey Writers 23 hours ago

Sharks’ Power-Play Options

After a franchise-first Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2016, the San Jose Sharks took a step back last year. Bowing out of the playoffs in the first round to the Edmonton Oilers wasn’t high on anyone’s list of expectations for the Sharks, and while some of their misfortune can be attributed to a laundry list […]
San Jose Mercury News Aug 16, 2017
Logan Couture update: Teeth ‘still pretty sore’ but otherwise healed

Logan Couture update: Teeth ‘still pretty sore’ but otherwise healed

Couture shared an update on his health on NHL Network after his mouth injury late last season,
CSN Bay Area Aug 16, 2017

Sharks' Couture having 'good days and bad' with repaired mouth

Nearly five months after taking a puck to the mouth that resulted in major damage, Logan Couture is still dealing with the aftereffects of his surgically repaired mouth, which now features several false teeth.Appearing on the NHL Network thisweek, Couture was asked how hes feeling with less than one month to go before the Sharks open training camp on Sep. 14.
CSN Bay Area Aug 14, 2017

Analysis: Sharks will need results from recent draft classes

It was late in the lockout-shortened 2013 season when Sharks general manager Doug Wilson really started to prepare for the future. Douglas Murray was dealt to Pittsburgh for a pair of second round selections. Ryane Clowe packed his bags for Broadway, in exchange for a second and a third round pick from the Rangers. Michal Handzus went to Chicago for a fourth rounder.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 11, 2017
How We Met: Love of hockey (and Sharks) seals the deal for dating couple

How We Met: Love of hockey (and Sharks) seals the deal for dating couple

They shared a love for hockey so strong -- in particular the teal and black -- that the Sharks mascot attended their wedding.
CSN Bay Area Aug 10, 2017

Report: Former Sharks forward awarded millions in suit against former agent

Dany Heatley last played in the NHL in the 2014-15 season, but he's still raking in hefty paychecks.The former Sharks forward was awarded $6.5 million
CSN Bay Area Aug 9, 2017

Recapping the past few weeks of the Sharks offseason

Hockey fans in the Bay Area know by now that Joe Thornton is returning to the San Jose Sharks andPatrick Marleau is not. That was the headline news coming out of free agency shortly after the calendar flipped to July.Of course, the dog daysof the NHL offseason kickin after that, without much news between 4th of July weekend and the start of training camp in September. General managers, front office staffs and, most importantly, hockey writers all squeeze in some significant vacation time during that period.
The Hockey Writers Aug 8, 2017

San Jose Sharks Make Sense for Tavares

Thirty-one NHL teams know New York Islanders center John Tavares is an elite player. Any team interested in his services is going to have to answer the same question posed by Larry Brooks for Isles management: “what is the organization’s selling point?” We know John Tavares makes sense for the San Jose Sharks because he makes […]
CSN Bay Area Aug 7, 2017

Sharks expect Goodrow to compete for NHL spot in camp

The Sharks have re-signed forward Barclay Goodrow to a two-year contract extension, the club announced on Monday.Terms of the deal, almost certainly a two-way contract, were not immediately available.Goodrow, 24, has spent most of the past two seasons playing for the AHL Barracuda. In 61 games last season for the Sharks primary minor league affiliate, Goodrow posted 45 points (25g, 20a) in 61 games, leading the team in goals. In three games with the Sharks, he had one assist.
FOX Sports Jul 26, 2017

Sharks hire Dave Barr as assistant coach

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) The San Jose Sharks have hired Dave Barr as an assistant coach on Peter DeBoer's staff.
San Jose Mercury News Jul 26, 2017
Sharks hire Dave Barr as assistant coach to be an ‘eye in the sky’

Sharks hire Dave Barr as assistant coach to be an ‘eye in the sky’

Sharks added an assistant who has previously coached under head coach Pete DeBoer.

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