Small Windows For The San Jose Sharks And Peter DeBoer

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Just one month into the 2019-20 season, the San Jose Sharks season sits on the brink. The team’s record is 4-10-1, which is six games below even. The last time the Sharks were five games below even was all the way back in the 2002-03 season. That season, not coincidentally, was the last time the […] READ MORE


Why San Jose Sharks Coach Peter DeBoer May Be On a Short Leash

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The San Jose Sharks season is off to a slow start, with a record of 4-7-1. In truth, the record could be worse. Arguably, the Sharks have yet to outskate their opponent in any game this season. Head Coach Peter DeBoer presides over a talented line-up and while a slow start isn’t a reason for […] READ MORE


The San Jose Sharks Weakness

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The San Jose Sharks weakness comes from an unusually high number of unknowns for this time of year. Compared to the rest of the league, the roster turnover is modest. But compared to recent Sharks seasons, this one is a substantially different. The changes are largely a result of two things, the Sharks pursuit of […] READ MORE


San Jose Sharks 2018-19 Player Review

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We’re on the second piece in our season review of the 2018-19 San Jose Sharks. We covered the team’s overall results in the last piece; we’ll cover the Sharks 2018-19 player review in this one. The upcoming article will cover the coaching and we’ll conclude with a review of management. San Jose Sharks 2018-19 Player […] READ MORE


Tim Heed Re-Signs With San Jose Sharks

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The San Jose Sharks have re-signed free agent defenseman Tim Heed to a 1-year contract worth $960K. This contract carries him through the 2019-20 season. Tim Heed’s contract comes in at just under $1 million (960k) — Kevin Kurz (@KKurzNHL) July 1, 2019 Tim Heed Signs With the San Jose Sharks Over his 3-year NHL career Tim Heed […] READ MORE


The San Jose Sharks and Free Agency

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As July 1 and the start of NHL and San Jose Sharks free agency encroaches, a variety of questions arise for the San Jose Sharks. The most obvious one is this: can the team fit all their current players under the NHL salary cap? The answer is simple. They can’t. Not even close. So how […] READ MORE