I’m always hearing people say, and I’ve said it, how did that player slip into the sixth or seventh round of an NHL draft? This year I’ve identified one that has a promising future, and that is Alex Young, and the San Jose Sharks selected him with the 196th overall
I got an exclusive with the goalie back in 2008 before the draft. He was drafted by the San Jose Sharks and then he went on a sojourn that eventually saw him making his NHL debut in Florida. He's started six games and has appeared in eight. He's now won
Sean Kuraly was drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the fifth round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. A key component in the Martin Jones deal, some may have forgotten about him.
Last season he got eight games with Boston and had a good season with Providence. His 14 goals
Most hockey fans applaud the diversity that exists in the NHL. It’s a melting pot. As I’ve seen the influx of fantastic European players in the past two decades one thing that has hit me in the face in the past two years; Finland is now a world power in
Pittsburgh, PA -- The Pittsburgh Penguins played their game almost to perfection. They dominated the first period and left that leading 2-0. The Sharks managed to tie it up in the second 2-2. Nick Bonino scored the game-winner with 2:33 left in the third period to put the Pwnguins up
Pittsburgh, PA - - While the world waits for the Stanley Cup to begin, Tommy Wingels and a lot of players from both teams got a chance to talk about the big game and a lot more.
Wingels, 28, has been an NHL regular since 2011-12. He's a hard working, greasy