San Jose Sharks

As mentioned in a prior article, the San Jose Sharks’ depth at center lacks depth and consistency. However, the wing depth has plenty of younger options, mixed with consistent NHLers. In fact, three of the top four wingers are under 25 years old. Not included in this assessment are players such as Noah Gregor or
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The San Jose Sharks are headlined by Tomas Hertl and Logan Couture, both great two-way centers. However, both had injury-riddled seasons in 2019-20, and the team was forced to utilize their young centers. Management also traded Barclay Goodrow at the deadline and lost Joe Thornton to free agency, making the Sharks’ lack of center depth
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The bulk of the San Jose Sharks’ offseason is complete, as general manager Doug Wilson believes the roster he possesses is worthy of playoff contention. The retention of Kevin Labanc, trades for Ryan Donato and Devyn Dubnyk, and signings of Stefan Noesen, Matt Nieto, and Patrick Marleau appear to be the majority of Wilson’s offseason,
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Last summer, San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson pulled the ultimate Jedi mind trick on Kevin Labanc. This summer, to get the restricted free agent re-signed, Wilson will have to use a little more force, fitting him in the lineup to stay. San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson and Edmonton Oilers GM Ken
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After a dismal showing during the 2019-20 season, the San Jose Sharks must use this offseason effectively. General manager Doug Wilson will look to use this time to improve his team. After a down year from players like Brent Burns, Erik Karlsson, and Marc-Edouard Vlasic, they will need to show that their play has truly
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This was a season to forget for the San Jose Sharks. One year after losing in the Western Conference Final, and before the coronavirus stoppage, they were dead last in the west. During the offseason, they lost longtime Shark and captain Joe Pavelski, Gustav Nyquist, and Joonas Donskoi, and they didn’t add anyone significant to
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