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The NHL trade deadline is two weeks away, and while it’s still not clear is Sharks GM Doug Wilson will work any deals, the rumors have already been circulating.
The latest comes courtesy of ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun, who reports that the Rangers, on the lookout for a defenseman, are interested in reuniting Dan Boyle with former Lightning coach John Tortorella.
Dan Boyle got wind of the trade chatter involving his name, and when he was asked about it on Wednesday, a crestfallen Boyle said the mushy stuff you’d be likely to hear from a guy when he’s proposing to his girlfriend. Per CSN’s Kevin Kurz:
“It’s not fun. I certainly don’t enjoy it. I do the best that I can to try and keep it out, but it gets to you. I don’t like hearing that stuff,” he said on Wednesday morning in Edmonton, where the Sharks will play the Oilers. [...]
“This is where I want to be. I don’t want to be anywhere else. You guys have been with me for five years and you know what I bring to the table. I don’t want to be
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Katie Strang at ESPN.com reports that a source confirmed the Rangers have interest in San Jose Sharks defenseman Dan Boyle.
Boyle's $6.66 million annual cap hit runs through next season, but Strang's source indicated that the Rangers are not opposed to adding a player with years remaining on his contract if he’s a good fit.
Boyle has a limited no-trade clause...
Kevin Kurz of CSNBayArea writes the San Jose Sharks have three options leading up to the trade deadline. Stay the course, make minor tweaks or...
Blow it up now – The party’s over. The Sharks’ window has closed, and although the Thornton-Marleau years were productive and exciting, they’ve proven that they simply can’t get over that final hump a hoist the Stanley...
Logan Couture scored twice in regulation and added a shootout goal, and Dan Boyle netted the tiebreaker winner in the San Jose Sharks' 4-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday night.
After Couture pulled the Sharks within a goal on a power play at 6:50 of the third, Tommy Wingels tied it at 9:15. San Jose snapped a two-game losing streak with its second victory in eight...
There are numerous rumors that the Bruins are interested in trading for San Jose forward Ryane Clowe. Clowe, 30 years old, is having a terrible year, with no goals and 9 assists in 25 games. He is not really a point machine or a goal machine for that matter as his career highs are 24 goals and 38 assists for 62 points in the 2010-2011 season.
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The Sharks try to keep the Oilers on the outside looking in, while holding on to the 8th and final playoff position in the west.
San Jose are looking for their first win on this five game road trip after dropping the first two against their in state rivals the LA Kings and the Anaheim Ducks. The Oilers currently sit two points behind the Sharks and are looking for their teamâs...
If you grew up in the 90s and/or played video games in the 90s, there’s a good chance the unmistakable sound of a slap shot and a whining goal siren are music to your ears.
That familiar chorus, of course, belonged to NHL 94, one of the most influential hockey (or sports) video games in the history of gaming. The good people at EA Sports revolutionized hockey video games with that...
The latest from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
• The New York Rangers have been on the lookout for a top-four, right-handed defenseman and a source told me Tuesday that the Blueshirts have interest in veteran Dan Boyle from the Sharks. There’s an obvious connection there, with Rangers head coach John Tortorella having Boyle in Tampa when both won the Stanley Cup in 2004. ...
The last time the San Jose Sharks saw the Edmonton Oilers, they were capping a high-scoring seven-game winning streak to begin the season.
Plenty has changed since.
With both teams lurking near the edge of the postseason picture, San Jose looks to avoid a sixth consecutive road loss Wednesday night versus surging Edmonton, which is seeking its first playoff appearance in seven...
Coming off a big 5-2 win over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday, Darryl Sutter made no changes to his lineup today, except in goal, where Jonathan Quick was back in net. After starting the Kings’ last five games, Quick sat on Saturday, as he struggled on the Kings’ two-game road trip last week, giving [...]