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Jonathan Dalhen? Maxim Letunov? Danil Yurtaykin?

You might be surprised that Erik Fowle considered these San Jose Sharks prospects at the end of their ropes as legitimate prospects.

Read Erik’s reasoning here!

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Around the NHL…

Adrian Dater on what it’s like to cover playoff hockey in an empty building. (Colorado Hockey Now)

Dan Kingerski on why Pittsburgh’s future depends on defeating Montreal. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Get to know Chris Dreidger, Sergei Bobrovsky’s back-up. (Florida Hockey Now)

Tuukka Rask eyes a Wednesday return. (Boston Hockey Now)

Islanders enjoying their time together in the bubble. (NYI Hockey Now)

Ryan Reaves, Robin Lehner, Tyler Seguin, and Jason Dickinson take a knee before the Vegas-Dallas game. (ESPN)

Ex-Shark Mike Grier and Bryce Salvador are excited to coach an all-minority youth team at an upcoming hockey tournament. (NHL)

Brenden Dillon and the MSE Foundation have donated 10,000 medical face masks to local first responders and food assistance organizations. (Twitter)

Hockey Hall of Famer Angela James on overcoming adversity. (Sportsnet)

Go to Bad Sports Art for all your sports photography needs! (Sin Bin)

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Sheng’s Daily: Skyline Green

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“I was a little small before.”

That’s what Jonathan Dahlen admitted to Uffe Bodin recently, an acknowledgement of what’s between him and the NHL.

So when should the San Jose Sharks expect to see the Swedish prospect?

Jonathan Dahlen: “I was a little small before.”

Les Lazaruk, voice of the Saskatoon Blades, talked about Tristen Robins and shared some great stories from his 25-plus years behind the broadcast booth.

Les Lazaruk, Voice of the Saskatoon Blades, Talks Tristen Robins

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Devan Dubnyk is ready for a fresh start with the San Jose Sharks. (NBC Sports Bay Area)

Lean Bergmann will play for Team Germany in the upcoming Deutschland Cup. Will he be joining DEL’s Adler Mannheim next? (German Ice Hockey Federation)

Around the NHL…

A couple days ago, Mark J. Burns reported that the NHL was targeting a mid-November unveiling of the rumored reverse retro jerseys. (Sports Business Daily)

The Stars had their own unveiling — their new “Blackout” jerseys, which are not reverse retros:

The AHL has set February 5th as the start date for the 2020-21 season. (AHL)

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Inside the political donation history of NBA, NFL, NHL, WNBA, MLB, and NASCAR owners and commissioners. (ESPN)

Ottawa signed Alex Galchenyuk to a one-year, $1.05 million deal. (Ottawa Sun)

The Hockey Diversity Alliance blasted the Coyotes for drafting Mitchell Miller, convicted of bullying Isaiah Meyer-Crothers. (TSN)

Seven teams that could weaponize their cap space. (Sportsnet)

Ekman-Larsson on failed Boston Bruins deal: ‘I never wanted to move’

PHN Off the Record: Could Fans Unclog Trade Market?

A Look at What Ryan Pulock’s New Contract Might be with Islanders | NYHN+

Tom’s Daily: Bill Foley Talks to THN; Taboo Offer Sheets; More on Miller

Martin Kaut leaves HC Dynamo, joins MODO Hockey

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Sheng’s Daily: Joachim Blichfeld Joins the Metal League

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Joachim Blichfeld, San Jose Sharks
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Yesterday at San Jose Hockey Now, a player agent talked about the UFA gridlock going on right now — also Dylan Gambrell and Joel Kellman shared their thoughts about Joe Thornton leaving the San Jose Sharks for Toronto.

Agent on UFA Gridlock, Gambrell & Kellman on Jumbo’s Departure

Also, the Locked on Sharks guys introduced us to Tristen Robins:

Meeting Mr. Robins

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Nick Nollenberger caught up with returning Barracuda head coach Roy Sommer, who revealed a couple key tweaks: Mike Chiasson will run the Barracuda power play, while Jimmy Bonneau will take over the penalty kill, in a reversal of past roles. (San Jose Barracuda)

The San Jose Sharks have loaned Joachim Blichfeld to Metal Ligaen — the Metal League is the premier ice hockey league in Denmark and unquestionably the coolest league name in the world. (Frederikshavn White Hawks)

Around the NHL…

Willie O’Ree talked about the wide-ranging impact of Foster Hewitt and Hockey Night in Canada in his new book. (Sportsnet)

By the way, I interviewed O’Ree in February:

More has come out on Isaiah Meyer-Crothers’s victimization at the hands of Arizona Coyotes draft pick Mitchell Miller — and it’s getting uglier. (The Athletic)

What the Devon Toews contract means to Avs moving forward

It’s Time: Free Josh Ho-Sang or Move On

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Can Kings Spark NHL Trade, UFA Markets?

Analysis: Rutherford’s Hockey Ops Big Need & Names to Consider | PHN+

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