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Matt Pelech John McCarthy and Bracken Kearns didn’t make the Opening Night roster but that doesn’t mean Todd McLellan is unhappy with any of their performances. Quite the contrary actually.
McLellan issued a warning of sorts to his current roster on Monday suggesting that some players had better make sure their game is ready from the first drop of the puck or the so-called “Worcester shuttle” could put on some early cross-country miles.
“We think we’ll give some of the players that have been here in the past the opportunity to get their games established early but the leash isn’t going to be very long because I think there’s some guys that can play down there” McLellan said.
Interestingly Pelech did not join his teammates in Worcester as the Sharks sent him instead to ECHL San Francisco. The 6-foot-4 230-pound winger could be recalled early in the season to patrol the ice against certain teams that dress bigger and tougher lineups.
The Sharks’ roster would be at 22 players if Ra...
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San Jose, CA–Today the San Jose made it official as they announced their 23 man roster for the 2013-2014 NHL season.
To no real surprise, 2012 1st round draft pick Tomas Hertl has been penciled in along with prospects Matt Nieto and Freddie Hamilton to the opening night. Also to no big shocker, Alex Stalock became the winner over Harri Sateri in the “dog fight” battle for...
Adam Burish remains sidelined and appears doubtful for the Sharks on Thursday against Vancouver.
When asked if the 30-year-old winger would miss the Sharks’ season opener head coach Todd McLellan said: “I think we’re getting to that point now yeah.”
Burish has not skated since the Sharks’ preseason opener on Sep. 16 in Vancouver. He is expected to return to the ice shortly...
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