JOHN SCOTT NEWS

San Jose Sharks Pugilist Scott Adds Security

#483142281 / gettyimages.comAccording to CapGeek.com, former Michigan Tech Husky defenseman John Scott is paid $700,000.00 a year to skate around the ice and beat people up. Scott plays an average of 6.44 minutes a game. Other than fighting abilities, Scott has no other hockey talents. His Corsi numbers aren't that good either. That’s quite the racket. Kevin Kurz, CSCNBAYAREA...
Via Goon's World
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Sharks' John Scott here to 'patrol the ice'

John Scott is just like any other player skating with a new team – he wants to make a good first impression on his coaches and teammates. On the third day of training camp, that’s what he did in an intra-squad scrimmage. Scott took exception to Taylor Doherty’s thundering hit on linemate Eriah Hayes, gave Doherty a forearm shot, and as he turned to skate away was on the receiving...
Via Pro Sports Daily
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Season Preview: @DudesOnHockey On The @SanJoseSharks

Since their inception, the San Jose Sharks have been my "Number 2" team. Some of my greatest NHL memories are rooted around the team and my strong dislike for the Detroit Red Wings has nothing to do with the 2008-09 back and forth they had with the Pens.I found the Dudes on Hockey podcast over a year and a half ago and have listened to Mike and Doug's coverage of the...
Via PensInitiative
5 days ago  |  Discuss

All That Has Transpired: San Jose Sharks

We’re going to take a look at each NHL team, breaking down every new addition and subtraction, as well as promising prospects leading up to the start of the 2014-15 season. Today, we take a look at the San Jose Sharks By: Annie Shean (@JustPuckIt)   2013 Season: 51-22-9  111pts – (2nd Pacific Division; 4th Western Conference) Free Agents Signed: John Scott (LW – Buffalo)...
Via The PensNation
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Western Conference Preview: San Jose Sharks

As we take a tour around the Western Conference, we’ve already discussed the Flames, Oilers, Canucks and Coyotes. Now, let’s look at the tumultuous San Jose Sharks. Additions: Scott Hannan, Mike Brown, John Scott Subtractions: Dan Boyle, Marty Havlat Prospects To … Continue reading → The post Western Conference Preview: San Jose Sharks appeared first on Committed Indians.
Via Committed Indians
24 days ago  |  Discuss

What Will The Sharks Dressing Room Be Like?

from Kevin Kurz of CSNBayArea, From the outside, particularly from some media that aren’t regularly in the dressing room or coach’s office, the team has been on the receiving end of some pretty harsh criticism. Some of it is certainly warranted. The Sharks were unable to trade either Thornton or Marleau, and signing the pair to three-year contract extensions with no trade...
Via Kukla's Korner
August 21, 2014  |  Discuss

A Lot Of Toughness In San Jose

from Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe, On Oct. 8, when San Jose opens the 2014-15 season against Los Angeles, it’s possible John Scott, Mike Brown, and Micheal Haley could be in uniform. The Sharks re-signed Brown, acquired from Edmonton last season, to a two-year extension. They locked up Scott and Haley on the free market. Scott is the most dangerous fighter in the...
Via Kukla's Korner
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Hoping to get 'tough,' Sharks sign nothingman John Scott to one-year deal

Oh, San Jose. We had a chance here. A real chance to do something good for the game. And you had to go and pretend there's something of value left in what is the last of a dying species. A broken down, outdated, useless and cheap species that serves only to damage the game we love.An endangered species in his natural habitat: John Scott (via cbssports.com)The San Jose Sharks...
Via BruinsLife
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Sharks sign Road Cone John Scott

#483142281 / gettyimages.comWestern Conference team beware, especially if you're one of those players that skates with their head down. The San Jose Sharks have signed UFA road cone John Scott. The former Michigan Tech Husky inked a one year deal worth 750 thousand dollars. One thing Scott will never be accused of is being dumb. Anyone that is this bad of a hockey players...
Via Goon's World
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: John Scott Signs One-Year Deal With San Jose Sharks

There are times when NHL enforcer John Scott does something that people think is dumb, and the first question is always “Why do teams continue to hire players like John Scott?” That question could have been asked Wednesday afternoon, too. Scott signed a one-year contract with the San Jose Sharks worth $700,000, according to CSNBayArea.com. Scott was an unrestricted free agent...
Via NESN.com
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Isles rookie Justin Johnson KO's John Scott much to the delight of everyone

Last night's game between the Buffalo Sabres and the New York Islanders had little meaning in terms of significance for either side. The two teams had bad years (the Sabres worst in the NHL) and the meeting was the last on 2013-14 schedule for both.What Johnson lacks in size he certainly doesn't lack in confidence (photo via hockeyfights.com)The Islanders called up a ton...
Via BruinsLife
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Justin Johnson wins 'David & Goliath' match-up against John Scott (VIDEO)

Not even three minutes into the Islanders-Sabres game Sunday, Justin Johnson took on the hockey giant John Scott. It appeared to be a mismatch — as Johnson's listed at 6-foot-1, and Scott's listed at 6-foot-8 — unless you know what a tough guy Johnson really is.Johnson, a 32-year-old rookie playing only the second NHL game of his career, just might have had something...
Via The Other Paper
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

John Scott gets his just desserts

George here...This probably makes me a bad person, but USA Today's Nate Scott reports that Sabres goon John Scott was taken down by a young Islander, 5'10" rookie Justin Johnson, and well, sometimes it's good to see a hockey player who doesn't respect hs opponents get his just desserts:
Via Kukla's Korner
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Islanders Rookie Justin Johnson KOs Sabres’ John Scott

New York Islanders rookie Justin Johnson stands only 6’0″ 220 lbs but he took on Buffalo Sabres John Scott (6’8″ 255 lbs) in his first NHL Regular Season fight. Giving up 8 inches and 35 lbs is no small task, but Johnson KO’d Scott with a solid one punch. Many people who hate Scott will be rejoicing over this. [Video via: Youtube] [GIF via: @PeteBlackburn] The post Islanders...
Via Diehardsport
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Justin Johnson knocked out John Scott in fight (GIF)

The NHL season is just about over, but New York Islanders rookie Justin Johnson may have snuck in the knockout of the year on Sunday. The 33-year-old Johnson, who was appearing in just his second NHL game, landed a punch square to the face of Buffalo Sabres forward John Scott. As you can see, Scott […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: John Scott gets knocked out by Justin Johnson

When referencing John Scott of the Buffalo Sabres, I choose to use quotation marks when calling him a “hockey player” because his level of hockey skill is an embarrassment even for the ‘goon’ label he’s tagged with. He’s basically paid solely to hunt, fight and injure opposing players, which is why what happened to him on Sunday afternoon is so great. During the first...
Via Next Impulse Sports
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Justin Johnson Knocks Out John Scott With Powerful Punch (Video)

John Scott is one of the toughest fighters in the NHL based on his incredible size (6-foot-8, 265 pounds) and overwhelming reach. Despite of all that, New York Islanders forward Justin Johnson, who was called up from the AHL to make his NHL debut in Sunday’s regular-season finale, dropped his gloves with Scott for a first-period fight. After the Sabres enforcer landed a few solid...
Via NESN.com
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Zdeno Chara, John Scott Receive Multiple Penalties In Minor Scrum (Video)

During the second period of Saturday’s game between the Bruins and Sabres, Buffalo forward John Scott skated at Boston forward Milan Lucic and appeared to be trying to engage him in a fight. Lucic wanted no part of it, and his teammate and captain Zdeno Chara quickly came to his defense. Chara received a double-minor for high-sticking Scott, who got two minutes each for roughing...
Via NESN.com
April 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Video- Jack Edwards Questions Why Is John Scott Playing And Why Did The Coach Put Him Out?

John Scott of the Buffalo Sabres had a little run-in with Milan Lucic before Zdeno Chara stepped in.  
Via Kukla's Korner
April 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Cory Conacher Had A Hilarious Reaction To Accidentally Receiving John Scott’s Helmet In The Penalty Box

During last night’s Sabres-Oilers game, Buffalo forward Cory Conacher received a two-minute roughing minor during a scrum in the Oilers offensive zone. He lost in his helmet in the process and wound up receiving the wrong bucket while sitting in the penalty box. The helmet in question actually belonged to John Scott, Conacher’s largest teammate who stands at 6’8 tall and has...
Via Next Impulse Sports
March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Second Take with @BradleyGelber – What To Do With Ted Nolan

What a boring weekend in the world of Buffalo Sabres hockey… Ha. Ha. Ha. But on a serious note… WHAT THE F*CK HAPPENED?!? Is Miller really gone?! Is Ott really gone?! Is LaFontaine really gone?! Is John Scott still really here?! Unfortunately (especially in regards to the last question) the answer to all of those is an unequivocal YES. I could sit here and recap what feels...
Via Buffalo Wins
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Sabres trade Ryan Miller to Blues in blockbuster deal

The Buffalo Sabres announced Friday that the team has acquired goaltender Jaroslav Halak, forwards Chris Stewart and William Carrier, a first-round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft and another conditional draft pick from the St. Louis Blues in exchange for goaltender Ryan Miller and forward Steve Ott. Halak played four seasons with the Blues after being acquired through a trade...
Via Sports-Glory
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Buffalo Sabres: Should John Scott have a place on the roster?

Every team has their own version of him.  A player who is put out there for one reason: to scare the opposition.  Most teams would say their version of a ‘goon’ can skate, chip in offensively, defend teammates and bring more to the table than just intimidation.  The Buffalo Sabres’ John Scott, however, is not exactly in that category. John Scott elbowing forward Loui Eriksson...
Via isportsweb.com
February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

John Scott gets penalty for literally throwing a puck into the net

As a professional athlete, sometimes you need to come up with unorthodox ways to help your team win games – even if it means bending the rules a little bit. Buffalo Sabres enforcer John Scott is not very good at scoring goals (two career tallies in 205 NHL games) but you can’t fault him for not trying. Scoreless in the first period of last night’s Panthers-Sabres game in Buffalo...
Via Next Impulse Sports
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Scott delivers comic relief in Sabres’ loss

There were so many elements to the Buffalo Sabres’ latest thrill ride with the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday night in Air Canada Centre. The record books will show the Leafs won in a shootout, 4-3, as Joffrey Lupul got the only goal. They’ll show that Sabres captain Steve Ott forced overtime on a power-play goal in a six-on-four situation with 24.1 seconds left in regulation...
Via Pro Sports Daily
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss
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