Found March 18, 2013 on
from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
Sources around the NHL tell ESPN.com that GM Doug Wilson has listened on several of his players. And he’s never been shy to act, one of the league’s more active traders over the past decade.
Boyle, 36, could possibly be on the move either before April 3 or this summer as part of that roster tweaking. He’s a name I’ve heard from other teams. He’s got one more season left on his deal that pays him $6.66 million.
He’d be a valuable addition to a contender, that’s for sure. And while I’m not sure people still consider the New York Rangers contenders or not, he’s that top-four, right-handed d-man the Blueshirts could sure use.
Martin Havlat is another name being bandied about. He’s never quite fit in with San Jose despite being exactly what the Sharks needed when they got him -- more speed on the wings. The 31-year-old has two more years on his contract past this season which pays him $5 million per. Again, he doesn’t necessarily have to be mo...
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from Kevin Kurz of CSNBayArea,
At his postgame media availability, Todd McLellan was as visibly livid as he has been all season. Less than 24 hours later, the Sharks’ head coach was still peeved after re-watching the 5-2 loss to the Kings on Saturday night on video.
“Still upset. It was the game we saw. Sometimes, you’re wrong and have a feeling on the bench, but when...
By now we all know the Sharks’ story this season. Started out the shortened campaign with a blistering 7-0 record. Stumbled to a 5-9-6 record since. As of gametime on Wednesday, they sit eighth in the West.
And with this once-proud franchise barely hanging on to a playoff spot for a second season in a row, Sharks GM Doug Wilson is reportedly in “full panic mode,” which includes...
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The last time the San Jose Sharks saw the Edmonton Oilers, they were capping a high-scoring seven-game winning streak to begin the season.
Plenty has changed since.
With both teams lurking near the edge of the postseason picture, San Jose looks to avoid a sixth consecutive road loss Wednesday night versus surging Edmonton, which is seeking its first playoff appearance in seven...
Coming off a big 5-2 win over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday, Darryl Sutter made no changes to his lineup today, except in goal, where Jonathan Quick was back in net. After starting the Kings’ last five games, Quick sat on Saturday, as he struggled on the Kings’ two-game road trip last week, giving [...]