Archive for the ‘San Jose Sharks’ Category

Too Roenick for Comfort

Here’s my NHL sitcom idea of the week. It’s based on Jeremy Roenick mentoring Sharks youngsters Devin Setoguchi and Torrey Mitchell, inviting them to his home and keeping them fed. But wait. There’s a problem with both of their immigration papers. How can they play in California then? No worries. Roenick and his wife will […]

Unlikely Leaders; Voros Wanted to Stay; McLaren Discovers Re-Waivers

I like the beginning of the NHL season because you get to see interesting people as offensive leaders. Right now, on NHL.com, you can see Keith Tkachuk as the NHL’s leading goal scorer and Aaron Voros as the NHL’s point leader. I’m not sure that’s going to last a whole season. In New York, one […]

The Lines in the Ice

I know it’s early, but I’m always curious about what lines are going to look like when the season starts, so here’s a quick look around the league: In Phoenix, it looks like Olli Jokinen won’t be playing with Shane Doan, in an attempt to spread out size, and probably, to help protect rookie Kyle […]

Philadelphia Still Loves Spectrum

What’s So Free About Free Agency?

Malone: ‘Thanks, But I Kind of Wanted to Sign with a Good Team…’

The Four Stages of the Coaching Life

Game Seven Tonight — Game Eight Friday?

Sharks: ‘We Believe We Can Fly’

Wilson Leaves the Bay Area