Found August 01, 2012 on
Help us, Doug Wilson. Sharks fans need some relief, something to distract the gossip gremlins as they scamper unchecked through our village. Matters are getting desperate. David Pollak felt obliged to address a Joe Thornton trade rumor, and I found myself watching a tape-delayed bicycle race the other day. Desperate I say.
Unfounded Boyle trade rumors caused speculation and some scoffs. The Thornton trade rumor caused a moment of laughter. Shane Doan could… no won’t .. wait.. will… probably not come to San Jose. Not sure Sharks fans care much about that, maybe no one ever believed he would join the team. Now the gremlins are spitting dating rumors on the storefronts. Do something, Mr. Wilson. Put up a plaque at The Tank and have an unveiling ceremony. Something.
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