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San Jose Sharks help create custom 'Chum' red ale

San Jose Sharks help create custom 'Chum' red ale

yahoo.com Updated Sep 8
Sharks The Gordon Biersch brewery in San Jose has a new ale in honor of the San Jose Sharks. The name of the beer is called “Chum” and it’s a dry-hopped red ale – named after the bloody bits of fish that are thrown into the water to attract Sharks. “Whe…
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  • Sharks' Pavelski named U.S. World Cup captain

    Sharks' Pavelski named U.S. World Cup captain

    ESPN.com Sep 7
    Sharks' Pavelski named U.S. World Cup captain
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  • Jiri Hudler put Team Czech on ignore for World Cup

    Jiri Hudler put Team Czech on ignore for World Cup

    yahoo.com Sep 4
    Getty Images The latest NHL player to opt out of the World Cup of Hockey is the delightful Tomas Hertl of the San Jose Sharks, who continues to recover from the knee injury that humbled him in their Stanley Cup Final loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Whi…
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  • Czech Republic’s Hertl, Gudas to miss World Cup with injuries

    Czech Republic’s Hertl, Gudas to miss World Cup with injuries

    Initial reports out of the Czech Republic that indicated center Tomas Hertl and defenseman Radko Gudas will miss the World Cup of Hockey with injuries have been confirmed by NHL.com. Hertl is still recovering from a knee injury suffered during the Stanl…
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  • Rumor Roundup: Ben Bishop and Patrick Marleau have uncertain fu…

    Rumor Roundup: Ben Bishop and Patrick Marleau have uncertain futures with their current clubs

    Entering 2016-17, the future is uncertain for Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop and San Jose Sharks center Patrick Marleau. Both are eligible next summer for unrestricted free agency and it remains to be seen if they have a place in the long-ter…
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  • Canada confident in their World Cup injury replacements

    Canada confident in their World Cup injury replacements

    yahoo.com Aug 25
    (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) Team Canada’s World Cup of Hockey brain trust is hopeful the team won’t be further altered due to player injury heading into the September tournament. On Tuesday, San Jose Sharks forward Logan Couture replaced Dal…
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  • Puck Daddy Summer Series: Weird San Jose Sharks

    Puck Daddy Summer Series: Weird San Jose Sharks

    yahoo.com Aug 24
    [Ed. Note: Some lists chronicle the best in hockey. Others the worst. Others the most memorable or greatest or essential. What Puck Daddy’s 2016 Summer Series seeks to do is capture those indefinable, quirky, oddities that occur every season. Moments th…
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  • Report: Dineen, Boughner ‘major candidates’ for Avalanche coach…

    Report: Dineen, Boughner ‘major candidates’ for Avalanche coaching job

    Patrick Roy stepped down from his post as coach of the Avalanche nearly two weeks ago and two NHL assistants are reportedly the frontrunners to take over as bench boss in Colorado. According to The Denver Post’s Terry Frei, Chicago Blackhawks assistant …
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  • Logan Couture to replace injured Jamie Benn on Canada’s World C…

    Logan Couture to replace injured Jamie Benn on Canada’s World Cup team

    A core muscle injury that required mid-July surgery to repair put Dallas Stars captain Jamie Benn’s status for the World Cup in question, and Tuesday came the news that Benn is officially out of the tournament. Hockey Canada has announced that Benn, 27,…
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  • Tom Wilson’s mentors have both taught him and fought him

    Tom Wilson’s mentors have both taught him and fought him

    Summertime in the hockey world means foes become friends again. For Washington’s Tom Wilson, it means getting reacquainted with Wayne Simmonds, his on-ice rival from Philadelphia, but also a player who means a lot to the Capitals youngster. “He’s actual…
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  • Joe Pavelski likely to be named Team USA captain for World Cup …

    Joe Pavelski likely to be named Team USA captain for World Cup of Hockey: Report

    yahoo.com Aug 17
    (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) There’s a good possibility San Jose Sharks captain Joe Pavelski will be named the captain of Team USA for the World Cup of Hockey. A source told CSN Bay Area that there is a “99 percent” chance that Pavelski, a…
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  • Who will be 2016-17’s breakout NHL stars?

    Who will be 2016-17’s breakout NHL stars?

    Martin Jones was a revelation in the San Jose Sharks’ crease last season. He appeared n more games than all but four goalies. He finished second in the NHL in shutouts, third in wins and seventh in goals-against average. His sample size entering 2015-16…
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  • Five sophomores who could be in line for breakout seasons

    Five sophomores who could be in line for breakout seasons

    There’s nothing worse than the dreaded sophomore slump, and there are several players who are going to be fighting against a down year after bursting onto the NHL scene this past season. Take Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel and Calder Trophy winner Artemi P…
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  • San Jose Sharks reveal new logos and ‘Los Tiburones’ jersey

    San Jose Sharks reveal new logos and ‘Los Tiburones’ jersey

    It wasn’t so long ago that the San Jose Sharks updated their predatory logo, but the more the merrier, right? Coming off the franchise’s first-ever appearance in the Stanley Cup final, the Sharks have released new logos and a special ‘Los Tiburones’ jer…
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  • San Jose Sharks to give away toothless Brent Burns grills in pr…

    San Jose Sharks to give away toothless Brent Burns grills in promotion

    yahoo.com Aug 8
    (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) The San Jose Sharks are trying to capitalize on Brent Burns’ signature toothless look with one of their fan giveaways this year. On March 12 against the Dallas Stars the team will give fans in attendance a ‘Brent Bu…
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  • Joe Pavelski on his golf game, Stanley Cup run, World Cup of Ho…

    Joe Pavelski on his golf game, Stanley Cup run, World Cup of Hockey (Puck Daddy Q&A)

    yahoo.com Jul 22
    Christian Petersen/Getty Images Joe Pavelski is modest when asked about his golf game. “It’s alright. It’s respectable,” he said from Lake Tahoe on Thursday. The San Jose Sharks captain will put his game to the test this weekend at the American Century …
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  • Matt Nieto re-signs with San Jose Sharks for one year

    Matt Nieto re-signs with San Jose Sharks for one year

    The San Jose Sharks have re-signed left winger Matt Nieto to a very affordable one-year contract and now the California native’s job is to prove he warrants a bigger payday next summer. Nieto will make $735,000 in 2016-17, a slight decrease from the cap…
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  • Rumor Roundup: Bruins need to look to free agents for blueline …

    Rumor Roundup: Bruins need to look to free agents for blueline help

    The Boston Bruins efforts to bolster their defense via the trade market hasn’t panned out so far. The asking prices for available blueliners such as St. Louis’ Kevin Shattenkirk, Minnesota’s Matt Dumba and Anaheim’s Cam Fowler are rumored to be expensiv…
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  • Which players could take on the six vacant captaincies?

    Which players could take on the six vacant captaincies?

    Four players became first-time captains in the NHL ahead of the 2015-16 season, each to varying degrees of success. In San Jose, Joe Pavelski took over as captain after years of speculation that he was the next in line to wear the ‘C’ for the Sharks. In…
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  • Why Las Vegas’ expansion team should be sneaky-competitive in S…

    Why Las Vegas’ expansion team should be sneaky-competitive in Season 1

    Any smug prognosticator convinced Las Vegas’ NHL franchise will be a laughing stock has a head start. It’s an expansion team, after all, and recent NHL history tells us brand-new franchises normally fall flat on their faces. The San Jose Sharks joined t…
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  • Veteran D Carkner retires after 15 seasons

    Veteran D Carkner retires after 15 seasons

    NHL.com Jul 7
    NEW YORK, N.Y. - Defenceman Matt Carkner has retired after a 15-year career. Carkner, 35, appeared in 237 NHL games with the New York Islanders, Ottawa Senators and San Jose Sharks. He scored four goals, added 23 assists and compiled 556 pena...
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  • Video - Sharks Skate Past Maple Leafs 00:56

    Sharks Skate Past Maple Leafs

    Mar 19
    The Sharks beat the Maple Leafs 4-1 to snap their two-game losing streak.
  • Video - 'SportsCenter's' Inside The NHL 16:06

    'SportsCenter's' Inside The NHL

    Mar 17
    John Buccigross, Barry Melrose and Scott Burnside kick around the rule changes proposed by the general managers, look at the turmoil in San Jose and make their picks at the tight race for the Presidents' Trophy.
  • Video - Sharp Scores Twice In Blackhawks' Win 01:05

    Sharp Scores Twice In Blackhawks' Win

    Mar 14
    Patrick Sharp scored two goals to increase his season total to 12 in Chicago's 6-2 win over San Jose.
  • Video - Playoff Battle In Pacific Division 01:37

    Playoff Battle In Pacific Division

    Mar 10
    With the Ducks running away with the division title, there could be four teams, including the defending champion Kings, battling for just two playoff spots.