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On Blichfeld’s Hit, Fresh Power Play Units, Sharks Shut Out

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Kyle and JD discuss the San Jose Sharks’ 4-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. We talk about why Joachim Blichfeld’s hit shouldn’t be a part of hockey, plus the new power play units and why they play to Erik Karlsson and Brent Burns’s strengths (5:00). Then we look at the Knyzhov and Karlsson defensive pairing and why it might be set up for success (10:00), Balcers’s usage (13:30), and Evander Kane’s improved play over the past few weeks (16:30). We finish off by discussing heritage jerseys and Vegas coming to town (19:00).

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[…] Kyle and JD discuss the San Jose Sharks’ 4-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. They about why Joachim Blichfeld’s hit shouldn’t be a part of hockey, plus the new power-play units and why they play to Erik Karlsson and Brent Burns’s strengths. This and more on the latest edition of Locked On Sharks Podcast. (San Jose Hockey Now) […]

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