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POSTED ON Friday, 12.13.2013 / 9:00 AM
By Frank Albin - Director of Broadcasting / Great White Bites

Selections for Sochi….Team USA.

Vancouver in 2010 was bittersweet for the USA Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey team. However their accomplishments should not be ignored. Gold was the goal but they fell just short. The Americans’ claimed Silver as the Canadians claimed the final game on an overtime goal from perhaps the best player in the world Sidney Crosby.

Heading into the 2014 Team USA GM David Poile and his staff will have some tough decisions to make. USA Hockey has re-stocked the shelves after the 1980’s US glory days of Modano, Roenick, Tkachuk, Leetch and friends.

The 2014 team that will head to the Russian tourist mecca of Sochi will be again a contender for Gold. The Americans have star-power and depth to go along with size and experience. Let’s take a look at what that team may look like come February.

In goal, Team USA will be in good hands. Assuming Jonathan Quick is healthy, he will most certainly be the starter in net. He’s a Stanley Cup winner and is regarded as an elite NHL goalie. On the bench but ready is veteran and 2010 Silver Medal winner Ryan Miller. His NHL Sabres’ club is wallowing in the standings yet Miller could get red-hot. Should Quick not be ready Miller may be wearing stars and stripes in the US crease. A 3rd goalie may cause controversy but I would go with the Senators’ Craig Anderson.

On defense the Americans are looking for Minnesota’s Ryan Suter to lead their platoon US blueliners. Big Dustin Byfuglien of the Jets has size and skill and should be a mainstay. Kevin Shattenkirk of the Blues is a great skater and puck mover. He should feel at home at 5 on 5, on the powerplay and penalty kill. Justin Braun of the Sharks is ready for primetime. His size, speed and skating ability should be a Team USA asset for years to come. Erik Johnson of the Av’s was a first overall draft selection who failed to live up to the hype early in his career with St Louis. Now in his 6th season Johnson is a reliable mobile defender. Some might think Seth Jones of Nashville is too young to make the National Team on defense but I would argue that the experience can only help his game. The rookie Predator should be a rock on USA defense for years to come. Filling out the US defense could be the Rangers Ryan McDonagh is a leader whose game continues to evolve.

Up front there is no shortage of firepower. Zach Parise is an all-world forward who could be seen as hockey’s answer to baseball’s 5-tool player. He’s got speed, skill, leadership, shooting ability and can be a force on both sides of the puck. The 2-time Stanley Cup winner, Patrick Kane is an offensive magic man. His quickness and mobility make him hard to shut down. Next up is the Canuck’s Ryan Kesler. A huge part of 2010’s Silver medal team, he will be an impact guy in Sochi. Phil Kessel of the Leafs is another offensive forward who knows his way around the net. Expect much from Kessel especially on the powerplay.

The Sharks Joe Pavelski will do what Sharks fans see him do game in and game out. He’s a clutch guy especially on the PP and PK. He’s also one of the top faceoff men in hockey. Look for Joe to take those important draws late in a game. The LA Kings captain Dustin Brown will prove a thorn in the side of every team he plays against. Brown is a hard-hitting, sandpaper guy who is a powerful leader on and off the ice.

Two St. Louis players who will be in Russia this February are certain to be David Backes and TJ Oshie. Both have size, skill and are very comfortable in the physical part of the game. USA Head Coach Dan Bylsma will most likely want to pair them up on the same line. They are money guys who play the game the way it’s meant to be played.

Toronto’s James Van Reimsdyk is a highly skilled guy whose game gets better each year. The 24-year old has 25 points in 30 games for Toronto and at 6’3 200lbs is tough to defend. Another veteran leader is Colorado’s Paul Stastny. The 5-time NHL 20-goal scorer is ready to show a world stage he’s ready to lead the Americans to another medal, perhaps a Gold one.

The former Duck and current Senator Bobby Ryan could be a huge part of the exciting American squad. Speed is his game and he is deadly from the circles down. The New York Rangers Captain, Ryan Callahan is a gritty 2-way player. Mentally strong and a natural leader, Callahan will be a big part of the US efforts. 21-year old Brandon Saad of the Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks is an emerging star in the NHL. He has big game success under his belt and will be part of US Hockey for years to come. Another forward who is having an excellent season is Minnesota’s Jason Pominville who sniped 15 goals in just 33 games.

Likely filling out the American forwards are Montreal’s left-winger Max Pacioretty. He has 11 goals in 23 games while the Islanders Kyle Okposo is a leader and solid offensive producer.

A Medal should be expected but competition will be stiff with strong teams from Canada, Sweden, Finland, and Russia among others. This is an American team that if they hard and together, could bring home Gold for the first time since 1980.

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 12.11.2013 / 3:28 PM
By Randy Hahn - Sharks Broadcaster / Great White Bites

I’ll be taking part in one of my favorite events of the year on Wednesday, the Sharks Holiday Assist Party. While the Sharks Foundation has several terrific fundraisers every year, the Holiday Assist Party is a little different.

Healthy Start (headed by Susie Aldrich, wife of Sharks Equipment Manager Mike Aldrich), provides the Sharks a list of families in the Bay Area who are in need of assistance. The families are then distributed to “assisters” who purchase items on their wish list. Most of the parents in these families have jobs, and are working long hours trying to make ends meet, but falling just short. Through this event, these families are given a much-needed reason to smile.

This year the Sharks players, coaches, broadcasters and front office staff will assist 41 such families. Well over 200 people will attend a party featuring a photo booth, ice skating, arts & crafts, cookie decorating, dinner and last but not least, gift giving.

I’m proud to be associated with a special group of broadcast professionals who put on our telecasts each and every game night on Comcast Sportsnet California. For several years the “people in the TV truck” have pooled resources to assist one of these families in need. Wednesday we will have the honor of meeting our family, getting to know them a little bit, and helping them in the small way we can to make sure that their holiday is just a little bit brighter. What a privilege.

In our business there are many special moments like when the Sharks win a big game or when a particular broadcast goes very well. But the experience of being part of the Holiday Assist Party tops them all.

I’m Randy Hahn for sjsharks.com

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POSTED ON Monday, 12.09.2013 / 1:10 PM
By Jamie Baker - Sharks Broadcaster / Great White Bites
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POSTED ON Friday, 12.06.2013 / 1:57 PM
By Frank Albin - Director of Broadcasting / Great White Bites

NHL A-Z

A is for the Anaheim Ducks who will face their cross town rivals, the LA Kings, at Dodger Stadium on January 25th. This game will serve as a live test for future outdoor games in warm weather markets.

B is for Dan Bylsma. The Pittsburgh head coach will also serve the role for Team USA this winter at Sochi Olympics. Last night was a great opportunity for the Sharks US born players…Joe Pavelski, Justin Braun, and Tommy Wingels to impress Bylsma. With other high profile Americas such as Zach Parise, Patrick Kane, Phil Kessel and Ryan Kesler Team USA’s final roster will be a tough decision.

C is for the Cow Palace. If you haven’t been there since 1993 or are too young to remember, do you a favor and take in a San Francisco Bulls game at the old barn.

D is for downtown. The NHL best franchises make their hay from arenas situated in their city’s downtown. Great restaurants, lively bars, and a fan base employed nearby make it fun for everyone involved.

E is Edmonton, the city which will soon be enjoying the luxury of a brand new arena. Rogers of Canada also just announced a naming rights deal for the Oilers new home. The added revenue should allow the Oilers to be competitive with vast majority of NHL teams.

F is for feeling better, as in Raffi Torres and his knee injury. It will be very important that Raffi is at 100% for his late season return to the lineup. When he does return, he will play a huge role come the stretch drive and playoff time.

G is Gear. Equipment over the last 10-15 years has improved greatly. Skates are super light, pads for skaters and goalie are lighter and stronger, face shields has saved faces and in some cases careers. Every player in the NHL now uses composite sticks which are lighter and flex better for harder shots. But the Gear guys still need to find a way so that sticks don’t break so often.

H is for Happy. Is anyone happier to be playing in the NHL than the Sharks’ Tomas Hertl? He’s living the dream and is skating on the first line with Joe Thornton and Brent Burns.

I as in ‘no I in team’. Hockey is the ultimate game. Will beats skills and teamwork is essential and hard work pays off unlike any other game.

J is for Joe Pavelski. Often he is called ‘Little Joe’ as compared ‘Big Joe’ Thornton. Pavs is anything but little on the ice. His all-around game is as good as anyone in the league. He’s a goal scorer, powerplay, penalty kill and faceoff expert. Equally remarkable is Pav’s fearless approach and clutch play.

K is for KHL, where former Shark Jonathon Cheechoo who has been selected to that Russian league’s All-Star team. Cheech will be on a line with other former NHLers Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexander Radulov.

L is for Larry as in Robinson. I’ve been around Big League athletes for close to 30 years and Larry lives up to everything the fans would ever want their hero to be. He’s modest, funny, smart, a Hall-of-Famer player, a great coach, and a man who treats everyone with dignity and respect. He more than makes up for those few professional who don’t live up to such standards.

M is for moments. I can’t wait until the moment when the Red Wings and Maple Leafs make their entrance before 110,000 fans on New Year’s Day at the famous “Big House” in Ann Arbor. Tell your friends (fans of not) to make viewing plans. It should be epic.

N is for November which was a remarkable month for the Sharks which saw them go 8-2-3.

O is for NHL Officials who make the right call 99% of the time. It’s the other 1 percent which drives fans, coaches, and media crazy. The league needs to get it right, even when it means a short delay in arena. And like my Mom said, “when you make a mistake…own up to it”.

P is for Pittsburgh, a town that loves their Penguins. The Yellow and Gold that they share with the Steelers and Pirates is everywhere in that town. Much like Mario Lemieux in the 80’s, Sidney Crosby has saved Pittsburgh’s NHL team. Lemieux’s star re-energized interest in hockey, while Crosby was the force behind getting their new building.

Q is for Quebec City. That city is building their own new arena which should put them in line for an NHL relocation or expansion club. Much like Winnipeg, the fan, and corporate base is there. The Nordiques are still universally loved.

R is for Rookies. The Sharks’ super rookie Tomas Hertl leads all freshmen with 13 goals and 21 points. Other notable rookies include the Bruins’ Torey Krug with 16 points, the Flames’ Sean Monahan has 9 goals, and the Avs’ Nathan MacKinnon leads in helpers 11 assists.

S for Star Power of which the Sharks have is huge supply. The squad which boasts Thornton, Marleau, Burns, Couture, Boyle, Pavelski, and Hertl is as good a core as any team in almost any sport. Let’s hope this is the year to turn Star Power into a Cup they can be proud of forever.

T is for Television. Just last week Rogers of Canada bought all NHL TV and digital rights from the NHL. It’s reported to be a 12-year deal at $5.2 Billion (with a B). Rogers is hoping to use its transmission, cable, internet and cell phone services with what serves as ‘hockey software’ to make a profit from Canadian fans coast to coast. Each team will receive a big check every season from Rogers. And the players too will enjoy the contact as they receive 50% of all hockey revenue.

U is for underwear. New materials have been developed in recent years of which hockey underwear is used by the athletes. The sweat is wicked away from the body which keeps the player dryer and more comfortable during games.

V is for Marc-Edourd Vlasic. “Pickles” is playing the best hockey of his career and should crack the elite Team Canada Olympic lineup this year.

W is for wins of which a Shootout Win is not a win. Winning a skills completion is nice and everyone goes happy, but as a purist I still struggle with the shootout and the results it provides.

X is for Xmas. Christmas, like other religious winter holidays, are such family fun. Kudos go out to the National Hockey League for not scheduling games on December 24th, 25th and 26th. Many NHL players are young dads and those who make their living around the game will also benefit this thoughtful policy. Thanks!

Y is for Neil Young. A longtime Sharks’ season ticket holder, Neil has a true love for the game. The classic rocker was raised was in Canada and in part by a Hall of Fame sports-writing father. In old photos Young is often seen wear NHL jerseys or Toronto Maple Leaf patches on his jeans.

Z is for Zdeno Chara who continues to dominate every game he plays. At 6’9”, 255lbs, with a huge wingspan, high hockey IQ, and his ability to log high minutes, the Bruins are again a Stanley Cup contender.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 12.05.2013 / 1:31 PM
By Drew Remenda - Sharks TV, Color Commentator / Great White Bites

Last month Sharks Director of Broadcasting and my boss, the great Frank Albin, wrote a piece about all he was thankful for. I recommend you check it out.

It is always a wise move to take a step back and realize all of the good things you have in life.

His Great White Bite inspired this very blog in a weird way.

Not to be a contrarian or just a simple jerk, but let me express some of the things that I can't stand in this great game of hockey.

"He Left His Feet"

And just pump your brakes right now. I know that I've gone on this rant before. However I am on a lifelong quest to eradicate this ridiculous inaccurate saying from the hockey vernacular. It is a stain on, dare I say, a scourge on this great game. He leapt, He jumped, He ascended. He elevated and his feet left the ice are all acceptable replacements.

"The Fly By"

After a player scores everybody's happy they hug on the ice and then like a Human Centipede they skate past their teammates on the bench who had nothing to do with the goal and "high five" each other. It's like the Ice Capades.

"Protecting the Goalie"

Spray a little snow, hack at a rebound near the goalies pads or gloves, brush past or Heaven forbid, make actual contact with a guy that is more heavily padded than a shopping mall Santa and watch a group of seemingly well adjusted individuals go crazier than Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Relax boys, your poor defenseless goalie is fine. Kevlar is an amazing product.

"The Pro Fighting Arguments"

It keeps the "Rats" from going overboard. It polices the game. It's a frustrating game and a physical release is needed. It has always been a part of the game. It protects the Stars. It can change the complexion of the game. If you eliminate fighting the stick work and cheap shots would send the game into chaos. The PFC's (Pro-Fighting Crowd) hang on to these myths like a baby clings to his "Binky". Like I've said before, I don't care what side you're on. I just care that you're intellectually honest. I'd have a heck of a lot more respect for the PFC's if they would just admit they LOVE watching two guys punch each other in the face.

What I call The "Adam Oates"

An "Adam Oates" is anyone who criticizes how a goal is scored or an exuberant celebration or if a team "runs up the score". Anything of the "oh, we can't hurt the feelings school of thought out there. Full disclosure time. I pulled an "Adam Oates" last season when I criticized the Edmonton Oilers Nail Yakupov for a wild celebration when he scored a game winner. Unlike the Fonz, I can admit when I was Wwrr..Ww.. Wro...Wrong! You young people Google It. The "Oatsies" of the NHL talk about respect for the game or the opponent. They hide behind tradition and lament about the "kids these days." As the Great Igor Larionov once told me, "Drew, you don't work hockey, you play hockey."

So let the boys play, have fun, score as many ! between the legs 9th goal in a 9-2 win as you can. Pump your fists, slide on the ice, pull a Selanne and shoot your glove. Why are so many Tough Guys so thin skinned? They're more sensitive than a non-praying mantis in church.

..and yes I do realize that this clearly contradicts my earlier thoughts on the "Fly By"

But hey, I'm not perfect, I just act that way.

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 12.04.2013 / 1:28 PM
By Randy Hahn - Sharks Broadcaster / Great White Bites

When the Sharks beat St. Louis 6-3 on the recent home stand there were a number of things that made the game stand out. The Sharks exploded out of the gate scoring 4 times in the first half of the first period. Then the Blues battled back to make a game of it in the third before the Sharks pulled away for the win. And who could forget Brent Burns first NHL hat trick! But most memorable for me, was walking out of SAP Center, and seeing all of the children streaming out of the building.

There were hundreds and hundreds of kids at the game last Saturday. That’s because it was a 1 p.m. faceoff. When games start at 7:30 p.m., and often it’s mid-week, it’s difficult if not impossible to pack up the little ones and take them along. Remember back when you were a kid and if you were lucky enough, got to go to a live sporting event. Most of us who attend on a regular basis are jaded, we forget what it was like to go through the experience for the first time, but think about it. First there’s the anticipation of actually going. Then once you get there it’s a sensory overload of the best kind! There’s the spectacle of thousands of people gathered in one place to have fun, the smell of the hot dogs and popcorn, all the lights and other sights and sounds. And a Sharks game has it’s own unique flavor. There’s the ice itself and the Zamboni and the Shark head and SJ Sharkie and the players jetting back and forth. There’s the goal horn, and “the chomp” and cheering and booing. There are the banners in the rafters, the Shark Head with its lights and smoke, the anthems and all of the other little things that make it fun to be there. Kids ought to experience all of that. After all they are the future generation of hockey fans.

I loved it that the Sharks had an afternoon home game this year. I hope they can do it at least once every season going forward and make it a “Sharks Family Tradition.”

I’m Randy Hahn for sjsharks.com

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 12.03.2013 / 9:00 AM
By Dan Rusanowsky - Sharks Broadcaster / Great White Bites

As the San Jose Sharks hit the road for a challenging 4-game trip to Toronto, Pittsburgh, Carolina, and Minnesota, here are a couple of thoughts about the recently-completed 5-game home stand, featuring a sweep of all the opponents:

  • San Jose outscored the opposition 18-10 (+8), and had 2 additional shootout game-deciding goals vs. Los Angeles and Anaheim.
  •  Here are the top scorers on the home stand:
Rank
Player
GP
G
A
PTS
+/-
1T
JOE THORNTON
5
2
5
7
+2
1T
LOGAN COUTURE
5
1
6
7
+6
3
BRENT BURNS
5
4
2
6
+3
4
PATRICK MARLEAU
5
2
3
5
+5
5T
TOMMY WINGELS
5
3
0
3
+4
5T
TOMAS HERTL
5
1
2
3
+3
5T
MARTIN HAVLAT
5
1
2
3
+2
5T
TYLER KENNEDY
5
1
2
3
+1
5T
JOE PAVELSKI
5
1
2
3
-1
5T
JUSTIN BRAUN
5
0
3
3
+7
 
  • Goaltending was also strong:
 
Rank
Player
GP
W
L
T
SO
SV%
GAAVG
1
ANTTI NIEMI
5
5
0
0
0
.934
1.94
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • 5-on-5 play saw the Sharks score 12 goals and allow only 3, for a differential of +9.
  • Because of the St. Louis game, San Jose was 0-2 (-2) in 4-on-4 skating situations.
  • Special teams had a more mixed result:
    • The Sharks went 2-for-20 on the power play (10.0%) with 0 short-handed goals allowed. They had 0 power play goals in 4 of the 5 games on the home stand.
    • By contrast, San Jose’s opponents went 1-for-16 on the power play, giving the Sharks a 93.7% penalty-killing percentage, and scored 1 short-handed goal.
    • The Sharks did not allow a power-play goal in 4 of the 5 games on the home stand.
    • Patrick Marleau’s short-handed goal was the 15th of his career. With that goal, Marleau passed Owen Nolan and Marco Sturm into first place all time on the Sharks’ short-handed goals scored list.
    • Going into the upcoming road trip, the Sharks have killed 14 straight penalties and have 1 short-handed goal during that time.

We are all looking forward to a challenging and exciting road trip. On Tuesday, San Jose will face the Maple Leafs in Toronto, the center of the English speaking hockey universe. Then, they travel to Pittsburgh for a visit with Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, move on to Raleigh and then to St. Paul, Minnesota. We’ll guide you through it, so see you on the radio. I’m Dan Rusanowsky for sjsharks.com.

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POSTED ON Monday, 12.02.2013 / 6:03 PM
By Jamie Baker - Sharks Broadcaster / Great White Bites

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POSTED ON Friday, 11.29.2013 / 2:14 PM
By Frank Albin - Director of Broadcasting / Great White Bites
Every year it’s Thanksgiving that kicks off the holiday season. So with that here are a few thing hockey is thankful for…

  • Defensemen thankful for the new hybrid icing rule.
  • Goalies are thankful for big pads…that may change.
  • NHL is thankful for the 12 year $5.2B dollar with Rogers for Canadian TV and digital rights.
  • Tomas Hertl is thankful for playing on Joe Thornton’s left wing.
  • Patrick Marleau is thankful for playing his entire career in the Bay Area.
  • All hockey players are thankful for parents who foot the bill and drive the car to early morning practices and games far from home.
  • The Ducks are thankful for the huge contribution of Dustin Penner.
  • Todd McLellan is thankful for the quality minutes Justin Braun plays every night.
  • Downtown restaurants and bars are thankful for the business fans bring on game nights.
  • The Sharks are thankful for the mere presence of hall of famer Larry Robinson.
  • Fans are thankful for the fantastic Sharks coverage CSN California and KFOX provide game in and game out.
  • The Coyotes are thankful for new ownership and chance to re-invent themselves to the Phoenix sporting market.
  • Arena workers are thankful for fans that spend money at SAP Concessions.
  • Fans are thankful for the gigantic SAP jumbotron and the fantastic game presentation.
  • Gary Bettman is thankful that there will be NHL labor peace for years to come.
  • Everyone is thankful that Frank Zamboni invented the ice resurfacing vehicle.
  • Sharks fans who move away are thankful for NHL Center Ice on Directv.
  • Satellite radio listeners are thankful for NHL Radio’s 24/7/365 coverage of the National Hockey League.
  • Anti Niemi is thankful for the SJ defensemen who play so well in front of him.
  • Sharks players are thankful for the energetic home fans which help push them to home ice perfection.
  • SJ Sharkie is thankful they make jerseys in XXL.
  • Owen Nolan is thankful for being able to retire in San Jose and live out his other dream which is to produce the hunting and fishing TV show…Sportsman 360.
  • Web surfers are thankful for the supercharged SJSharks.com website.
  • Sharks fans are thankful for the contending, consistent high-caliber teams Doug Wilson assembles each and every season.
  • Hockey players young and old are thankful for the spectacular 4-sheet Sharks Ice.
  • Trees are thankful that hockey sticks are made of carbon fiber and aluminum.
  • Hockey fans world-wide are thankful for the coverage NHL.com and NHL game Center Live provide.
  • Sharks fans are thankful for the safe, clean and fun environment that is SAP Center.
  • Relocated NHL fans are thankful that every team in the league will play at least one game in San Jose this season.
  • Dan Rusanowsky is thankful for his induction into the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame.
  • Kids are thankful that are able to press their noses against the glass during warm-ups.
  • TV producers are thankful for super slo-mo replays.
  • NBC is thankful that January 1st a world record 110,000 fans will fill Michigan Stadium for the Wings Leafs outdoor game.
  • Hockey is thankful for the fantastic Bay Area support of the San Jose Sharks.
  • The Sharks are thankful for every fan who attends, watches or listens to Sharks hockey.








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POSTED ON Tuesday, 11.26.2013 / 4:56 PM
By Randy Hahn - Sharks Broadcaster / Great White Bites

So far so good on the Sharks five game home stand. The 5-1 win over Tampa Bay was impressive and they managed to score just enough against Martin Brodeur and shut down Jaromir Jagr in the 2-1 win over the Devils. Now things get really, really interesting.

There’s no way the NHL schedule maker could have known it at the time, but it’s hard to imagine a more compelling three game set than the one the Sharks face at home starting Wednesday. The LA Kings, hot off their stunning come from behind win in Vancouver on Monday night, pay their first visit of the season to SAP Center. The last time the Kings were in the Bay Area they dropped Game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals but would go on to knock the Sharks out in Game 7. LA also beat the Sharks 4-3 in overtime in their only meeting this season back in late October at Staples Center.

After a break for Thanksgiving, the Sharks host St. Louis in a rare 1 p.m. matinee game on Friday. The Blues are hot right now and after a four game drought, so is their leading goal scorer Alexander Steen. He bagged a pair of goals Monday in their win over Nashville giving him 19 on the season. Steen is very much in the hunt with Alexander Ovechkin for the Rocket Richard Trophy. The Sharks beat the Blues 6-2 in St. Louis last month on the night that Dan Boyle was injured on the hit by Maxim Lapierre. But don’t be fooled. The Blues are the real deal and have managed to stay within a point of the first place Blackhawks in the Central Division.

And then to top off the holiday weekend the Sharks go back to back at home on Saturday night against the Pacific Division leading Anaheim Ducks. It’s the first meeting of the year between the California rivals and will be an awesome way to end as compelling a week of hockey as we’ve had around here in quite some time. Enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday and enjoy the hockey at SAP Center!

I’m Randy Hahn for sjsharks.com

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WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 ANA 7 6 1 0 25 14 12
2 NSH 7 5 0 2 19 13 12
3 LAK 7 5 1 1 17 10 11
4 CGY 9 5 3 1 25 19 11
5 CHI 6 4 1 1 18 10 9
6 SJS 8 4 3 1 27 25 9
7 VAN 6 4 2 0 20 17 8
8 DAL 6 3 1 2 21 20 8
9 MIN 5 3 2 0 12 4 6
10 STL 6 2 3 1 13 13 5
11 ARI 6 2 3 1 16 24 5
12 EDM 7 2 4 1 17 29 5
13 WPG 6 2 4 0 11 16 4
14 COL 7 1 4 2 12 24 4

STATS

2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
P. Marleau 8 4 6 -1 10
J. Pavelski 8 4 4 6 8
L. Couture 8 4 4 -2 8
J. Thornton 8 2 6 5 8
B. Burns 8 1 7 0 8
T. Wingels 8 3 2 -2 5
M. Irwin 6 2 1 -4 3
M. Nieto 8 1 2 3 3
J. Demers 7 0 3 -1 3
J. Braun 8 0 3 2 3
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
A. Stalock 1 1 1 .933 2.27
A. Niemi 3 2 0 .903 3.16
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