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Sheng’s Daily: Next Up for Miro Heiskanen, Brent Burns

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“It’s unprecedented.”

Last month, the San Jose Sharks and six other Bay Area sports teams, including the Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers, and San Francisco Giants announced their endorsement of Proposition 16.

Eva Paterson from Equal Justice Society, who’s a leader of this measure, spoke about why the teams got behind this measure, whether you can really separate politics and social issues, and more:

Eva Paterson on Sharks’ Involvement in Prop 16

In other San Jose Sharks news…

San Jose Sharks video coach Dan Darrow will be speaking at The Coaches Site Virtual Hockey Summit this week:

The Vlasics have some sweet new coffee chairs:

Around the NHL…

Dave Reid talks about whether or not the Avs need Taylor Hall or a new goalie. (Colorado Hockey Now)

What do the Penguins need to learn from this year’s Stanley Cup Final? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Jimmy Howard doesn’t think he’s returning to Detroit, but he still wants to play next season. The goalie suffered a miserable 2-23-2 season this year, but based on his past track record, he could be good low-cost gamble for a team. (Sportsnet)

Three-time Stanley Cup champion Al Langlois passes away at 85. (NHL)

Next up for Miro Heiskanen, Brent Burns. Burns scored 24 points in 24 games in the 2016 Playoffs, while Heiskanen is at 23 points and counting in 22 games.

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Gary To

Hey Sheng, are you more in the camp that the play in rounds and round robin stats shouldn’t be consider part of the playoffs scoring and therefore skews the records OR that postseason is postseason and the number of games have changed over the years and including those Stats isn’t a problem? I myself is in the latter camp but I see the argument for the former.

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