Found March 15, 2013 on
McLellan is an outside-the-box-fearless genius for solving a problem with the pieces at hand instead of waiting for new ones. That declaration is contingent on him keeping Brent Burns at forward. Failure to continue doing so will trigger revocation of said genius status and an indefinite stay inside the box.
Loved Cranky showing off for his dissenters. Seriously, all the way down and around the net, with a shot reversed through his legs? Beautiful. Makes me want to say something vulgar to the haters.
Back to that big fancy new forward Brent Burns. I've liked that idea more by the minute, but I think my liking is maxed out, I don't know if I can keep liking it more. It might give me an aneurysm or something. Continue reading "Todd McLellan is a genius"
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The Sharks scored four goals for the first time since their fifth game of the season and held on to beat the Kings 4-3. Their newest goal scoring threat came from within the organization as Brent Burns scored one and assisted on the game winner.
âHeâs an animal out thereâ was Logan Coutureâs description of the way his new line mate Brent Burns played tonight...
In the midst of Blackhawks mania, I thought it might be a great time to bring back this gem from a couple years ago.
Current San Jose Sharks and former Chicago Blackhawks forward Adam Burish was once named the 26th most eligible single by Chicago magazine. The former Wisconsin Badgers champion (and Facebook friend to TSB) Burish showed off his bachelor pad, complete with upscale...
Matt Irwin and Logan Couture made Los Angeles pay for retaliating by scoring power-play goals after Jake Muzzin started a fight to help the San Jose Sharks snap a four-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Kings on Thursday night.
Couture added a second goal and Brent Burns also scored for the Sharks, who earned just their third regulation win in 21 games. Antti Niemi made...
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- Matt Irwin and Logan Couture made Los Angeles pay for retaliating by scoring power-play goals after Jake Muzzin started a fight to help the San Jose Sharks snap a four-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the Kings on Thursday night.
Couture added a second goal and Brent Burns also scored for the Sharks, who earned just their third regulation win in...
The San Jose Sharks came out as flat as day old beer Saturday night against the Kings in a 5-2 loss. There wasnât a single Shark that stood out for the right reasons.
âHow frickin disappointing is that?â were the first words out of Coach Todd McLellanâs mouth after the game.
âWe play against the Stanley Cup Champions back to back, we were lucky enough...