Found April 09, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
The Sharks skated for a fairly long time today, as could be expected after a day off and with no game until Thursday.  There’s also those 15 things they have to work on, some of which are detailed at Working the Corners.  Unlike that skate, this will be short. It took a really long time for anything like lines to appear through a jumble of drills, but I waited them out.  Maybe I just waited until I started seeing things.  I have to allow for that since David Pollak said this: But lines were jumbled without Clowe so it’s not worth my time or yours to point out the combinations on the ice unless you think Brad Winchester, Marty Havlat and Tommy Wingels will be sharing shifts. -Working the Corners Nuthin’ but time here, so this is what I thought I saw. Continue reading "Sharks 2012 Postseason, Day 1"
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