Hey Kopitar when a group of metalheads are at a sepultura concert or a persian forgot to pay there taxes in Iran they get STOOOOOOONNNNNED!!!!
Video of the first day of the Sharks rookie camp on Friday. A few drills, a scrimmage which picked up intensity as it went on, and then an extended shootout round with defenseman Nick Schaus and Nick Petrecki providing the highlights at the end. The Sharks rookies will face Anaheim on Sunday (7:30PM), Vancouver on Monday (7:30PM), and Edmonton on Wednesday (7:30PM) as part of the Youngstars Rookie Tournament in Penticton, British Columbia.
I adapted a poem for the Sharks in the vein of Autumn Wind of the Oakland Raiders. It is from the 1925 poem by Edwin John Pratt called the Shark. He seemed to know the harbour So leisurely he swam His fin like a piece of iron knifing through the waves he scanned His body was tubular, tapered, and smoke-blue, As he passed the wharf, he turned and snorts At the flat-fish he did eschew A flash of throat and teeth And eyes of metallic grey, Hard and narrow and slit they pierced His unwitting and helpless prey Then out of the harbour, Lithely, leisurely, he swam That strange fish, part vulture, part wish and feared by all of man
San Jose Sharks CEO/President Greg Jamison stepped down after 17 years with the team, 14 and a half running day to day operations. He was one of the figures central to the Sharks success on and off the ice in San Jose.
San Jose Sharks head coach Todd McLellan, center Joe Pavelski, and right wing Devin Setoguchi participated in a question and answer session with title sponsor Hewlett Packard employees earlier this month. Full transcript available here. Interesting thoughts by McLellan on goaltending and the role of a minor league AHL franchise with regards to the NHL club,