We’ve seen three games now under the new regime, and some things have changed, while others haven’t so much. So, is this team, as one noted dipshit in the press corps maintains, simply bad? Does it need more practice time to really know? We discuss this and more.
Peter Deboer is out and Bob Boughner is in. What happens now? An extra long podcast is here courtesy of Alex, Ben, and Colin to give the educated #sjsharks fan perspective.
The #sjsharks were in and out of a playoff spot this week, but there were two fun games to watch sandwiched around a beatdown by a playoff caliber team in the Washington Caps. But who cares about any of that? Jumbo killed a guy. Ben and Alex discuss.
JD Young, Graphic Designer for FTF joins Colin and Ben this week to talk about the Akim Aliu/Bill Peters situation (and the Babcock stabbing that preceded it), Evander Kane’s very disciplined game against Vegas, and an Erik Karlsson quarter pole check in. It was a hoot! Listen in and GO SHARKS!
5 game win streak? Can we trust that the team is good now? Alex and Ben discuss this week while Colin gets to sleep in.
This week, the #sjsharks got wins over the two bad team, in the Chicago Blackhawks and the Minnesota Wild, while also losing big to the Vancouver Canucks, of all teams. So what does it all mean? There have been some lineup changes that might or might not mean a lot, right? The best NHL defensemen ever is back from his knee injury, or so we’re told. We discuss all this and more.
Maybe it’s not that bad yet, but the Sharks have had a very troubling week or so. What can they do? We discuss where the Sharks are and how long they probably have to figure things out before the season is lost.
The #sjsharks are winning. Why now? Is it all thanks to Patrick Marleau? You might be inclined to think so. Also, will Vlasic be traded to Montreal? Tune in and find out.
Patrick Marleau is back. We have a lot to say about everything that surrounds the decision to sign him for 1 year at 700k.
We’re 2 games into the 2019-2020 season and the #sjsharks look like literal crap. One could argue this is a combination of stupidity (Evander Kane) and free agency (Joonas Donskoi, Gustav Nyquist, and Joe Pavelski) depriving the team of needed talent. But that would be overlooking other major flaws and also that the new guys to the team have played better hockey than the guys that have been here a bit. Basically: fire Peter DuhBoer.