San Jose Sharks

In November, the San Jose Sharks had an 11-4-0 record. Even though it wasn’t the most dominant month in their history, after this streak it seemed like the Sharks were going to turn it around. It didn’t happen. Despite that, looking back at the positives from the 2019-20 season is a fun way to pass the
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Elliotte Friedman: AHL trades can still be made, but those players are not eligible for the post-season. The Hurricanes could use some goaltending, the Maple Leafs defensemen, and Coyotes scoring. The Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars weren’t that interested in Joe Thornton. The San Jose Sharks plan to be back in contention next season. Will
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On Joe Thornton John Shannon: “For the record, Joe Thornton IS NOT going to Dallas.” Joe McDonald: “Hearing the possibility Joe Thornton returns to Boston have cooled with just about 45 minutes until the deadline.” Jimmy Murphy: “Here’s what I know on Joe Thornton at this second. He was -before today and again today presented
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Teams calling Hurricanes offering up goalies Pierre LeBrun: The Carolina Hurricanes will call up both goaltenders Anton Forsberg and Alex Nedeljkovic unless they make a trade today, which is possible. Teams have been calling Hurricanes offering up their goaltenders. The Blackhawks might have a goalie for the Hurricanes Sportsnet: The Carolina Hurricanes lost two goaltenders
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The Washington Capitals have acquired defenseman Brenden Dillon from the San Jose Sharks for a 2020 second-round pick (originally Colorado’s) and a conditional 2021 third-round pick. The Sharks are retaining 50 percent of Dillon’s salary. The 29-year old Dillon was undrafted. He carries a $3.27 million total salary cap hit. Pierre LeBrun: “In the event
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Scouting the Vegas Golden Knights and Carolina Hurricanes Jesse Granger: Scouts listed to attend last night’s Golden Knights – Hurricanes game: Buffalo Sabres (2), Arizona Coyotes, Chicago Blackhawks, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Edmonton Oilers, Minnesota Wild, Nashville Predators, New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Washington Capitals. Sharks and Simek talking Kevin Kurz:
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The saying goes, if you love something set it free. If the Sharks value center Joe Thornton’s loyalty over his 15 years with the team, they’ll do just that by trading him to a contender. Thornton’s Shot at a Stanley Cup Granted, Thornton has a no-movement clause. It’s possible he won’t want to leave the
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