Insider debate: Who will emerge with Central Division crown? From breakout teams to Cup predictions, our experts discuss the top league storylines entering the new season
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Sharks playoff mailbag: Joe Pavelski’s status, defending Nathan MacKinnon and more . Kevin Kurz .. Sharks’ playoff lineup still has some moving parts ahead of opener against Vegas
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The men on either end of that totem pole — 38-year-old Steve Nash and 21-year-old Ricky Rubio — faced one another for the first time, with Nash looking to defend his throne against. In this.
Joe Thornton is the best Sharks player in the team’s history and people want to kick him out? (self. Pavelskis the first that comes to mind. Not to mention Thorntons passing is the best in the league and perhaps the best ive ever seen.. I agree that Joe Thornton is the best Sharks player.
Topics in this edition of the mailbag include Erik Karlsson and the Sharks, the postseason format, P.K. Subban’s future in Nashville, Houston’s chances of landing an NHL team, Washington’s free agents, and Micheal Ferland’s future in Carolina. 5/11: Pro Hockey Rumors- PHR Mailbag: Sharks, Playoffs, Subban, Houston, Capitals, Ferland
Sharks playoff mailbag: Joe Pavelski’s status, defending Nathan MacKinnon and more DENVER – The Sharks split their first two games at home against Colorado in the second round of the Stanley Cup.
The Sharks’ bench during the third period of the game looked like the waiting area of a three-star sandwich shop. With Erik Karlsson, Tomas Hertl, Joe Pavelski and others in the dressing room for various reasons, the Sharks were merely the latest in a long list of victims to the NHL’s willful ignorance regarding the dangers of concussions.
Editor’s note: Kerith Burke, NBC Sports Bay Area’s Warriors reporter, will take you inside the two-time defending NBA champions as only she can each Friday with the Ask Kerith Mailbag. Send her a question on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #askkerith. tip-Off. The Warriors arrived in Houston with a 2-0 series lead over the Rockets.