As a person who lives with the daily struggles of ADHD, there might not be a more valuable player in my writing career than coffee. While regular people tend to get jittery after a cup of joe, my already-hyper brain … Continue reading All for a Cup of Ko-fi
I didn’t expect to be bringing this style of article back during the summer, but there’s been a lot of news to go over. When I heard that Trevor Linden was leaving his role as President of Hockey Ops, I … Continue reading July News Roundup: Trevor Lin-done, Virtanen and other re-signings
On Saturday, the ECHL’s Allen Americans announced they had signed a new NHL affiliation agreement with the Minnesota Wild, ending a four-year run as the ECHL farm club for the Sharks and Barracuda. While an AHL team’s main role is developing the NHL’s best prospects, … Continue reading Without an ECHL affiliate, the Sharks’ options are far and few
The Canucks made a number of signings on the first day of NHL free agency, and if you’re anything like me, it left you with a bad taste in your mouth. That, and some salty language. But let’s see if … Continue reading Canucks bet big on grit in Free Agency, but at what cost?
The San Jose Barracuda made two long-awaited signings official today, announcing that the team had locked up winger Jeffrey Truchon-Viel and defenseman Thomas Grégoire to multi-year AHL deals. Both signings were reported back in May by TVA Sports (English translation here) and Grégoire’s own Instagram … Continue reading Barracuda sign Jeffrey Viel, Thomas Grégoire
The Sharks’ Prospect Development camp will finish up tonight with the Prospects Scrimmage at the SAP Center, marking the unofficial end of the 2017-18 hockey calendar until the preseason gets underway in September. And while most fans’ focus at tonight’s game … Continue reading Meet the 2018 Sharks Development Camp invitees
With the 182 selection of the NHL Entry Draft, the San Jose Sharks chose John Leonard, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound left winger from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The Sharks acquired the 182 pick in February when they traded Troy Grosenick and Brandon Bollig to the Nashville Predators. Continue … Continue reading NHL Draft 2018: Sharks select John Leonard in sixth round
Hey everyone, it’s been a while! I’ve been on a planned hiatus from the blog for the last month to focus on my college finals. But now that the semester is in the books, I’m getting right back to work … Continue reading Taking my talents to South…Bay
On Saturday I was one of the nearly 5,200 fans in attendance to watch the AHL’s San Jose Barracuda take down the Tucson Roadrunners 6-3 in … Continue reading Three Takeaways from Barracuda-Roadrunners Game 2
Hey everybody! Today I’m doing a small update to announce the launch of my brand new Discord server! Discord is a chatroom program that was mainly built for video gamers, but I’ll be using it as a way to talk … Continue reading Introducing the LITC Discord!