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Brenden Dillon suspended one game for slashing

Wednesday: Dillon indeed has been suspended for one game for the slash. As the video explanation notes:It is important to note that this is not a slash delivered as part of a hockey play. Dillon is not attempting to alert an opponent to his presence, or to make a defensive play on a player with the puck. This is simply a frustrated player delivering a retaliatory and forceful slash...
Via Pro Hockey Rumors
December 05, 2017  |  Discuss

Sharks Place Donskoi, Heed On Injured Reserve

The San Jose Sharks have lost two players temporarily as they put Joonas Donskoi and Tim Heed on injured reserve with upper-body injuries Saturday. They moves are retroactive to Nov. 28 and Nov. 25, respectively. The team made two corresponding news as well, as they activated Barclay Goodrow off of injured reserve and recalled forward Marcus Sorensen from the San Jose Barracuda of...
Via Pro Hockey Rumors
December 02, 2017

Sharks’ Power-Play Options

After a franchise-first Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2016, the San Jose Sharks took a step back last year. Bowing out of the playoffs in the first round to the Edmonton Oilers wasn’t high on anyone’s list of expectations for the Sharks, and while some of their misfortune can be attributed to a laundry list of injuries and runs of bad luck, there are systemic issues that need to...
Via The Hockey Writers
August 22, 2017

November 27: Reign game breakdown

Reign game breakdown San Jose scored on its first two power play chances and two-goal performances by Adam Helewka and Tim Heed brought the Reign’s four-game point streak to a concerning halt. Michael Mersch used the word “frustrating,” three times in his postgame interview, and that was the theme on the ice as well. After […]
Via LA Kings Insider
November 27, 2016

San Jose Sharks Sign Swedish Defenseman Tim Heed

While the current roster of the San Jose Sharks fights for the Stanley Cup in the Western Conference Finals, its front office is already planning for the team’s future. The Sharks signed defenceman Tim Heed to a one-year two-way $775,000 contract. Heed, 25, was taken 132nd overall (5th Round) by the Anaheim Ducks back in 2010. Speculation first arose back on May 11th when Swedish...
Via The Hockey Writers
May 24, 2016

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