San Jose Sharks

We’re deep into the summer, yet one of the greatest Danish hockey players of all time remains without a contract. Jannik Hansen should have more in the tank, but one sub-par season has demolished his value on the market. This begs the question, what’s next for Jannik Hansen? Where’s Hansen’s Value Lies For nearly a
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The San Jose Sharks have re-signed forwards Joe Thornton and Tomas Hertl. Thornton’s contract will last one year and will pay the veteran center $5 million for the 2018-19 season. Hertl’s is a four-year contract. BREAKING: The #SJSharks re-sign @TomasHertl48 to a four-year contract! 🐢: https://t.co/ObnSNR8xHq pic.twitter.com/y9TEAnQpVc — San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) July 2, 2018
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The San Jose Sharks have traded forward Mike Hoffman to the Florida Panthers just hours after acquiring him in exchange for a second-round pick in 2019 as well as a fourth- and a fifth-round pick in 2018, Pierre Lebrun has reported. The Sharks are also sending a 2018 seventh-round pick to the Panthers as a
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Contracts are weird, eh? League-dominating guys like David Pastrnak sign team-friendly deals while some guys get vastly overpaid for no reason. I think you’d be hardpressed to find someone who says that Evander Kane is being underpaid, as most people agree he’s either paid correctly or, in fact, overpaid. $7 million per year for seven
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Count me among the miffed. The San Jose Sharks signed Evander Kane to a contract for seven years reported at $7 million per season. On one level, Kane’s talent, it is a good deal. But on other levels, it is puzzling. Kane’s Toxic Perception Kane has had issues off the ice, issues with his teams
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The Anaheim Ducks finished the regular season with five consecutive victories and a 26-10-5 home record. Things were looking up for them as they got to open the postseason at home against the San Jose Sharks. Those positive feelings quickly disappeared. The Sharks dominated the Ducks en route to a convincing 3-0 victory in Game
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On Mar. 9, 2017, the San Jose Sharks played their 66th game of the season when they hosted the Washington Capitals. The Caps would go on to win the Presidents’ Trophy as the team with the best regular season record. But, on this night, the game was controlled by the Sharks. Eventual Norris Trophy winner
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The San Jose Sharks are not a sure thing to make the playoffs, yet this season might be among their best chances to win the Stanley Cup. Several things need to align for this to happen. Still, it is a strangely promising path. I’ve identified five keys to a Sharks playoff run to a Stanley
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Joe Thornton’s injury was a setback for this San Jose Sharks team, and in the first few games in his absence, the Sharks seemed to forget who they were. In the last two games, they remembered. For San Jose, winning comes from three main areas: defense, goaltending and special teams. Their formula is simple. Play
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