Found January 07, 2013 on
It's a little like a combination lock being opened, the roster spinning that ECHL and AHL teams will have to do in the next week. The CBA documentation may not be in order yet, but the roster shuffle has started in anticipation of NHL training camps opening this weekend. The SF Bulls' Andrew Crescenzi and Jamie Devane will be heading back to Toronto tonight. Who else will go? Possibly one, or three more, according to this SF Weekly report. Depends on whether or not the two from Toronto were counter there.
The Worcester Sharks of the AHL have a lot of players out with injuries right now. Off the top of my head: Tim Kennedy is likely to be out for some time. Curt Gogol is still recovering from an ugly hit that resulted in a suspension many have deemed inadequate. I didn't see it but I'll believe the reports. Brandon Mashinter did not play in the last game, and a minor injury was mentioned. Defenseman Sena Acolatse was also absent for the last game due to a...
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The wife of former San Jose Sharks forward Dominic Moore has died.
The Sharks say Katie Moore died Monday after a nine-month battle with liver cancer.
Dominic Moore missed San Jose's final two playoff games last April to be with his wife shortly after she was diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer.
Dominic Moore was acquired by San Jose last February in a deal with Tampa...
Now that the start of the season has become a very real thing in sight with the lockout tentatively coming to an end Sunday, the Sharks have some very real injuries they need to deal with now.
And as it turns out, all of those hit by the injury bug are defenseman.
First there’s Brent Burns, who had had surgery in May to correct a sports hernia and groin injury that hobbled him...
from Kevin Kurz of CSN BayArea,
Speaking with CSN Bay Area’s Brodie Brazil on Sunday, Couture was asked if the labor battle, which mercifully ended after 113 days, is now just “water under the bridge.”
“I can only speak for myself, but I would say no to that,” Couture told Brazil. “It’s definitely not water under the bridge. I understand it took both parties...
Our long national frozen nightmare is about to come to a close. Pucks should be dropping withing a couple weeks after owners and players reached a tentative agreement to end the 113-day NHL lockout.
Reaction among players and others in the NHL is decidedly a sense of relief, followed by eagerness to get back into action.
Here’s what some Sharks players and other notable people...