New Jersey Devils right wing Martin Havlat is looking forward to having an opportunity to skate with good friend Patrik Elias in the NHL.
Havlat considers it a long time coming, too, considering they have shared experiences on Czech Republic national teams for many years.
Havlat and Elias played on the same line in Znojmo in the Czech Republic during the 2004-05 work stoppage,...
As was first reported by Josh Rimer on Twitter, Martin Havlat has been bought out by the San Jose Sharks. Havlat had spent the past three seasons in San Jose, never playing more than 48 games (this past season) and his best point total came in his first year with the team when he had 27 points (7-20) in 39 [...]
Martin Havlat's season of pain has gone into overdrive.An injury-waiting-to-happen, Havlat has played in just 22 games, most of his lost game time coming at the beginning of the season as he recovered from offseason groin surgery - coach Todd McLellan moving him around the lineup to try and spark some production.“We’ve talked a lot about being patient with him, and...
Martin Havlat won’t be playing in Game 2 Friday night against the Canucks after leaving Game 1 with an injury.
Not surprisingly, the Sharks aren’t disclosing any details about Havlat’s injury. He skated in just five shifts for 3:16 of ice time in Wednesday’s series-opening win before exiting the game midway through the first period.
Replays showed Havlat getting a stick to...
The San Jose Sharks Martin Havlat is injured and while the details of the injury haven’t been given, the forward was forced to miss some time and did not return before the second period began.
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Sharks winger Martin Havlat left Saturday’s win over the Predators with an injury and it sounds like he could be missing additional time:
#SJSharks are saying Marty Havlat is day-to-day with a lower body injury.
— David Pollak (@PollakOnSharks) March 3, 2013
That would put the chances Havlat playing in the Sharks’ upcoming two-game trip to Canada in jeopardy.
It’s not clear...
In their 5-2 loss to the Kings Tuesday, Martin Havlat may have made a case for a new user-controlled celebration that EA Sports should really consider adding to their NHL series. You tell me, after scoring the tying goal at 15:48 of the 1st period, did Martin Havlat flip out on the Kings fans and give them the middle finger? That screenshot sure looks like it.Here's the clip...
Martin Havlat returned to the lineup last Thursday Night at the Shark Tank in San Jose in an important game against the Nashville Predators, which the Sharks won 2-1 in a shootout.
His return is exactly what the Sharks need to make that final playoff push and get them into the post-season.
In the 10 games before Havlat’s return, San Jose had gone (2-6-2), scored only 17 goals...
Martin Havlat, the speed and offensive skill the San Jose Sharks traded for during the offseason, is out for good portion of the upcoming few months. As far as we know, he will be sidelined 6-8 weeks, but we can bet on the 2 month range looking like a probable timetable for his return.
That likely return will take us to just about the end of February 2012 and leave around a month...
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Sharks forward Martin Havlat will miss up to eight weeks following surgery Thursday to repair a partial tear in a tendon in his left hamstring.
San Jose general manager Doug Wilson said the team was prepared for the worst after Havlat injured himself jumping over the Sharks' bench during Saturday's 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers.
Havlat, acquired in a trade from the Minnesota...
Via AP on Fox
December 22, 2011