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New York Rangers
San Jose Sharks
Heading into the NHL trade deadline, San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson didn’t hold any punches in transforming his team into a speedier, grittier competitor down the stretch and into their first round playoff series against the Vancouver Canucks.
The trading flurry began on March 25 with a move that shipped veteran defenseman Douglas Murry to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a pair of second-round draft picks (one in 2013 and one in 2014).
The move was aimed at rebuilding the team for the future, giving the Sharks more youth and players that will remain under their control for several seasons. Murray was set to be an unrestricted free agent on July 1.
Following the trade, Wilson proclaimed, “This doesn’t take away our goal of trying to make the playoffs this year.”
“We have high expectations for our group and we’re not going to diminish those even as we go into a reset and refresh mode.”
Less than a week later, Wilson struck again and shipped Michal Handzus to the Chicago Black...
BEST OF MAXIM
Drew Remenda and Randy Hahn who handle the San Jose Sharks play-by-play for CNS in the Bay Area had a little fun at the Vancouver green men’s expense during Game 1. During the telecast they dropped a few jokes about how they are grown men ‘living in their parents’ basements’ and of course ‘the 40-year-old virgin’ burn. Pretty funny considering all the green men do...
The San Jose Sharks Martin Havlat is injured and while the details of the injury haven’t been given, the forward was forced to miss some time and did not return before the second period began.
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During game one of the Vancouver Canucks-San Jose Sharks playoff series Canucks forward Andrew Ebbett chipped a puck in deep from the neutral zone when Sharks forward James Sheppard came in and hit him into the Sharks bench. Sheppard added insult to injury by trying to flip him completely into the bench and sort of hold him there, which Ebbett took exception to and a scrum ensued...
The San Jose Sharks silenced the Canucks crowd by scoring three unanswered goals to claim game one in the best of seven series.
The Sharks showed patience and a ton of poise by going into Vancouver as the number six seed and winning game one by the score of 3-1 against a team that many people have picked to be a dark horse to win the Cup.
âI thought the power play early...
Dan Boyle and Patrick Marleau scored in the third period for the San Jose Sharks, who rallied to beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-1 on Wednesday night in the first-round Western Conference series opener.
Boyle and Logan Couture both had a goal and an assist, and Marleau pushed San Jose's lead to 3-1. Antti Niemi made 28 saves for the Sharks, who were outshot 30-28.
Most hockey fans are more than familiar with the madcap antics of the Green Men, the Vancouver Canucks superfans who dress up head-to-toe in skin-tight, green spandex and taunt opponents during their stay in the visitor’s penalty box at Rogers Arena. Their routines usually are met with amusement by NHL fans in general, irritation by opposing NHL players and in one instance played...
San Jose Sharks commentators Randy Hahn and Drew Remenda make fun of the green men at Vancouver Canucks games.
For The Playoff Gamblers!
The Vancouver Canucks have been waiting for this moment for a long time – the moment that they can start to erase the disappointment that was last year’s first round playoff exit. Their first round opponent this year – the San Jose Sharks, a team that like themselves looked just OK down the stretch and also have more to lose than to gain during the...
Thank the officials for putting away the whistles and letting the Sharks and Canucks take it to each other for the first two periods of play Wednesday night. The first 40 minutes of hockey were thrilling, gritty, physical hockey, and neither team disappointed.
Neither team was able to score in the first period, with the Sharks out-shooting the Canucks 15-9. In the second period,...
There are few NHL fans more recognized than the Vancouver Canucks "Green Men" and while they are a joy to watch for many, some people aren't exactly the biggest fans.
During last night's Canucks/Sharks game 1, Sharks announcers Drew Remenda and Randy Hahn decided to mock the duo multiple times during their broadcast:
The San Jose Sharks have searched for an identity on their journey through this lockout-shortened season.
Meanwhile, the Vancouver Canucks don't know who their goaltender will be Wednesday night when they host Game 1 of this series as Cory Schneider tries to recover from an undisclosed injury in time to make the start.
For the Sharks, there was the high-powered power play that...