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With their coach sidelined, the Sharks put forth strong effort against the Flyers
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Connecticut Whale 2, Worcester Sharks 1 (SO)
By Brian Ring
Hartford, CT, February 28, 2012 – The Connecticut Whale defeated the Worcester Sharks, 2-1 in a shootout, Tuesday afternoon at the XL Center in Hartford. Connecticut goaltender Chad Johnson made 33 saves through regulation and overtime, and four more in the shootout to help guide the Whale to two points.
Pierre LeBrun of ESPN answers some rant emails, Dear San Jose, Who are you? That’s all I really want to know. Every year you raise my hopes with aspirations that maybe, just maybe this is the year. You send your coach to the All-Star Game, had the best point percentage in the NHL and at one point were at the top of the power rankings. You had everyone wide-eyed because this was...
The 2012 NHL Trade Deadline is officially in the books. For several players, they are frantically packing up their bags and heading off to the airport to join their new teams. For everyone else, they are breathing a sigh of relief. Washington's Alex Semin tweeted, "Is it safe to come out yet?"
Today was actually quieter that many past deadlines, with only 14 trades...
Sharks add depth at the trade deadline
The San Jose Sharks have acquired forwards Daniel Winnik and T.J Galiardi from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Jamie McGinn and prospects Mike Connolly and Michael Sgarbossa.
The deal was made about an hour before the deadline and adds depth to the thin third and fourth lines for San Jose.
Winnik is a strong penalty killer and...
Big Story: How will the Flyers rebound after a rough loss in San Jose? Can the Islanders keep their Philadelphia win streak going?
So that is the question I found on NHL.com by Adam Kimelman. Shall we answer it for him? The Flyers will rebound with a flourish and the Islanders will not keep the streak going.
Personally, Iâm of the mindset that the wins were strictly...
Ryane Clowe scored the lone goal early in the first period and Antti Niemi made it stand up with 26 saves for his fifth shutout as the San Jose Sharks returned home from a grueling road trip and beat the Philadelphia Flyers 1-0 on Tuesday night.
The Sharks had gone 2-6-1 on the 17-day trip that knocked them out of first place in the Pacific Division and into a precarious position...
San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan will miss the team's game against the Philadelphia Flyers because of concussion symptoms.
Jamie McGinn was like of a lot of San Jose Sharks players Monday afternoon: scrolling the Internet for news on NHL trade deadline.