CTC Podcast 175 – A Kanefederacy of Dunces

OK, so the only confirmed dunce in this story is COVID felon Evander Kane, but there is the possibility of a whole lot more duncery happening under the surface to emerge in the weeks ahead. Regardless, our team is free of Evander Kane, freed up cap space, and…still kinda blows? But, Alex and I talk about what happens now. Enjoy and GO SHARKS!

CTC Podcast 170 – See Ya, Youths

The #sjsharks COVID breakout is over and, in a relate story, the third pairing returns to being a tire fire. We talk about COVID, how the NHL mishandled the Sharks’ initial outbreak, and how the unimaginative coaching staff simply ignored the good that came from the unintentional youth movement of the last two weeks.

CTC Podcast 169 – The COVID ‘Cuda Crew

The San Jose Sharks found themselves in a strange position this last week: missing 6 or 7 starters and their head coach thanks to COVID exposure. And somehow they proceeded to use their AHL squad to go 2-1-1. And this is not a huge shock when you remember their bottom pairing is probably ECHL quality at this point.

But I digress. We talk about COVID, the team’s return of young William Eklund to Sweden, and a lot more.

CTC Podcast 167 – Undefeated

One game, one win. Let’s start the playoffs, eh boys?

Or maybe not so fast. There were good signs in the first game of the season against the Winnipeg Jets, but there were also some of the weaknesses we’ve grown used to seeing over the last three years. Alex, Ben, and Colin discuss all of this and more while we wait patiently for the San Jose Sharks to, you know, play some more god-damned games.

CTC Podcast 166 – A New Season (and a hot mic, oops)

Circling the Cup podcast begins its seventh (SEVENTH!) season of Sharks discussion after a long summer off. If, like us, the offseason has seemed jam-packed with drama and upheaval and you need a catch up on all of the changes, well, have we got the podcast for you. It’s a bit super-sized, but there is some fun stuff ahead for you, not just in this podcast, but the Sharks’ season as well.

Go Sharks!