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Fear the Fin

Top 25 Sharks Under 25: Antoine Bibeau is a difference maker in Barracuda net

When the San Jose Barracuda made their unbelievable late season push to claim an AHL playoff spot, just about no player made a bigger contribution than Antoine Bibeau. After three years of service in the crowded Toronto Maple Leafs system, Bibeau came to San Jose on a one-year deal last season with a chance to start fresh in […]

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Fear the Fin

NHL Draft 2018: Sharks select John Leonard in sixth round

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!

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LITC Update

Taking my talents to South…Bay

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 […]

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LITC Blog

Three Takeaways from Barracuda-Roadrunners Game 2

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 Game 2 of their Pacific Division semifinal series. The minor league affiliates of the local San Jose Sharks and Arizona Coyotes put on an intense back-and-forth affair, until the […]

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The Sunday Crease

The Sunday Crease: Kids break the streak, Evander Kane and Playoff Watch

All it took was 227 minutes and 57 seconds. Despite all the odds being stacked against them, the Vancouver Canucks scored three goals on Saturday night against the San Jose Sharks, ending a nearly four-game long scoring drought that included being shutout in three straight games by the Coyotes, Kings and Ducks. They still lost […]

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Puck Prose

San Jose Sharks Success Swimming Under the Radar

In my newest Puck Prose story, I talk about the quiet success that has been the 2016-17 San Jose Sharks season. Click here for the full article.

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SRJC Oak Leaf

Sharks Playoff Report: Pavelski scores late winner, Sharks squeak past Preds 3-2 in Game 2

Captain Clutch has done it again. With just under three minutes remaining in the third period, Joe Pavelski blasted home a rebound past Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne to give the San Jose Sharks a 2-1 lead in an eventual 3-2 San Jose victory over Nashville in Game Two of their best of seven series. […]

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LITC Update

LITC Update: This Is (Temporarily) Sharks Territory

Playoff time is almost here! The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us, and it looks like I’m going to have my work cut out for me this month. First of all, I’ve been writing hockey articles at The SRJC Oak Leaf student paper since January, where I’ve wrote on such topics as our SRJC Polar Bears capturing their […]