Luca Cagnoni signs 3-year ELC
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by Erika Towne
1d ago
It’s official. Luca Cagnoni has signed his entry-level contract, likely indicating that he will join the San Jose Sharks organization in the fall. Cagnoni told reporters on a Zoom call that because of his late birthday, he’ll be 20, making him eligible for the AHL next season. “Luca is an intelligent two-way defenseman with a strong playmaking skillset,” said General Manager Mike Grier in a… Source ..read more
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Two Sharks prospects crowned champions
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by Erika Towne
4d ago
As we reported earlier this week, the future looks bright for the San Jose Sharks prospect pool. The Sharks have some quality prospects in the pipeline and while all of them may not make it to the NHL, they are making waves in their respective divisions. Kasper Halttunen and Brandon Svoboda are celebrating team championships in their respective leagues, while Luca Cagnoni was came close to a… Source ..read more
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What’s going on with the Sharks lease at SAP Center?
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by Erika Towne
4d ago
Behind closed doors, the San Jose Sharks and the City of San Jose are talking about a new lease agreement for the Shark Tank according to San Jose Spotlight. While the Sharks are signed to occupy SAP Center through 2040, in 2025, the terms of the lease shift from a fixed lease to a year-to-year lease, meaning the City of San Jose can adjust the rent as soon as 2025. So… Source ..read more
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Examining the Sharks head coach rumors
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by Erika Towne
1w ago
The San Jose Sharks are a few weeks removed from removing Head Coach David Quinn and the team appears to be in no hurry to announce who the next coach will be. Some have speculated that with the presumed addition of Macklin Celebrini on draft day, the job just got a lot more interesting. But San Jose isn’t the only team in search of a new vision. Several NHL clubs are looking for a new… Source ..read more
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Prospect Halttunen nets back-to-back hat tricks
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by Erika Towne
1w ago
On the OHL’s biggest stage, San Jose Sharks prospect Kasper Halttunen is shining. The London Knights lead the Oshawa Generals 3-0 in the best of seven series. The latest win was a comeback win last night that ended in double overtime. Halttunen has played a big role in this championship series. While he was limited to a single assist in the team’s first win, an 8-1 drubbing of the Generals… Source ..read more
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A Sharks fan’s guide to the IIHF World Championship
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by Erika Towne
2w ago
The IIHF World Championship starts today in Czechia, with several San Jose Sharks players and a few future ones representing their countries on the world stage. In years past, the Sharks have had no representatives, mostly because players only join their country’s team once the postseason is done. For more than a decade, the Sharks were busy playing in the playoffs and could not be considered for… Source ..read more
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San Jose Sharks win draft lottery
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by Erika Towne
2w ago
The lottery balls have spoken and the San Jose Sharks will select first in the upcoming NHL Entry Draft. That’s right, the hockey gods have smiled on San Jose. Look how pretty that Sharks logo looks on the number one card! While 25.5% was the best odds to win the first overall pick. It’s also only a one in four chance, give or take a few decimal points. We just happened to luck into… Source ..read more
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San Jose Sharks fan guide to the 2024 NHL Draft Lottery
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by Erika Towne
2w ago
Get ready Sharks fans. Today we find out if the pain and suffering of the past several months was worth it all in the end. The Sharks have finished last in the league, have been the butt of league jokes all season and made fans miserable with the on ice product. However, all of that will be bearable if we find out that the Sharks have won the draft lottery. Today. May 7. Source ..read more
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From last to first: How often has the last place team won #1 overall
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by Erika Towne
2w ago
The San Jose Sharks have done everything within their power to position the team to pick first overall. The team finished the season with a miserable 19-54-9 record, resulting in 47 points and leaving the team ranked 32nd in the NHL. That’s about the best tank a team can manage. However, it’s a lottery for a reason and the ten worst teams in the league all get a shot at that number one… Source ..read more
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Way, way too early look at Sharks defensive pairings, goaltending for next season
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by Erika Towne
3w ago
Earlier, we looked at how the Sharks’ forward lines could shake out next season based on who the Sharks currently have under contract. Today, we take a look at the piece of the Sharks that might need the most work in the offseason, the defense. That includes the goaltending. Let’s start out with what we know. There eight defensemen under contract for next season, all of whom played at… Source ..read more
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