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Last year, the interwebs had a field day as it marveled at the epic team photo San Jose Sharks eccentric defenseman Brent Burns had taken for his official shot. If the sneak peek above of Burns’ recent photo session is any indication, this season’s version will prove to be just as enjoyable. Actually, let’s cut […]The post San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns takes another awesome team photo (pic) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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The Sharks kick off training camp Thursday, which made Wednesday picture day, which means more magical adventures with Brent Burns and Brent Burns’ hair. How can we forget Burns’ horrifying/amazing team photo last season in which he looked like he had a dead grizzly bear on his face and had just woken up three minutes prior. It was awesome. And it also shed light on the glorious...
San Jose, CA– Today the San Jose Sharks begin their 23rd NHL Campaign with the start of training camp. This camp is not like the one from last season and the difference is that this season is first full campaign since the league and players association ended their labor dispute. The guys are very excited to be back and get camp started. This season for the Sharks they bring...
The San Jose Sharks opened training camp looking to play like the fast, aggressive team that had a strong playoff run last season rather than the plodding one that struggled for much of the lockout-shortened campaign.
The Sharks started training camp Thursday with a very similar look on the roster to the team that ended last season with a Game 7 loss to Los Angeles in the second...
It may be his 16th training camp with the San Jose Sharks but Patrick Marleau still feels like a kid on Christmas morning when hockey season officially begins.
The Sharks held their first on-ice session of camp on Thursday at their practice facility in San Jose.
“I think there’s still the same excitement for me going into each year” Marleau said. “It’s another chance...
Marty Havlat will not be ready by opening night but Sharks general manager Doug Wilson expects the injured winger to return to the team at some point during the season after his offseason pelvic reconstruction surgery.
In a conversation with CSNCalifornia.com on Wednesday Wilson said “Our goal is to get this player back 100 percent on top of his game.”
Earlier in the day in...