Luck is one of life’s strangest phenomenons. One day, everything is going right for you; the next day, you can’t even catch a single break. For the San Jose Barracuda, the bad luck finally hit last night, in the form of a 5-0 drubbing in Tucson at the hands (or…wings?) of the Roadrunners. Former Barracuda […]
When the San Jose Barracuda and Stockton Heat meet for the fourth time this season at the SAP Center tonight, it’ll be a true litmus test for both teams. In the case of the ‘Cuda, it’s an opportunity to show their only regulation loss to this same Stockton squad two weeks ago was just an […]
Ask a Sharks fan for their thoughts on the Vancouver Canucks, and the answers probably won’t be very positive. Memories of a once dominant franchise featuring some of hockey’s most hated pests like Ryan Kesler and Alex Burrows have left San Jose’s fanbase with a very foul taste in their mouths, even though the Canucks of today are nothing like […]
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 reading this article at Fear the Fin!
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 in time for the Stanley Cup Final…and starting a brand new chapter in my writing […]