Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Is he replacement level or has he only played ten NHL games? Probably both! The future of the season is uncertain, but one thing is pretty clear regardless of how the league may choose to return, or even if they don’t at all: the Sharks’ season is over.
Photo by Brandon Magnus/NHLI via Getty Images To quote Arthur: “Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card!” Logan Couture has decided how he’ll be spending the NHL season pause: the Sharks captain announced today that he will be starting a book club.
Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/WireImage My pitch for the next Rescue series? Sharks Rescue. Hello, Mr. Taffer, I’m writing this while re-watching the latest episode of your show, Bar Rescue — huge fan, love your work.
Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images So much for ruining seasons. The Chicago Blackhawks are close enough to playoffs that they can smell that sweet wild card spot and nothing is about to stand in their way, not even the San Jose Sharks.
With a mandated ban by Santa Clara for gatherings of more than 1000 people, TSN’s Pierre LeBrun has noted that the leading option seems to be that the San Jose Sharks will play the March 19th home game in an empty arena.
Defenseman Radim Simek has avoided unrestricted free agency and signed a four-year contract with the San Jose Sharks. Financial terms were not released at first but Cap Friendly has the deal valued at $2.25 million per season.