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SJHN Daily: Trade “Interest” in Burns, Sharks Prez Wants To Host LeBron/Brady Shootout

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Monday afternoon, NBA superstar LeBron James posted an open call for a Q&A on Twitter, and the basketball, football, and hockey worlds collided.

As one would expect, there were many responses from big names, but the one that caught the hockey world’s attention was from NFL powerhouse Tom Brady, who asked James which of the two would win in a five-round ice hockey shootout. James replied that he’d win, barely.

While the Tampa Bay Lightning and Columbus Blue Jackets offered to help facilitate, San Jose Sharks president Jonathan Becher caught on quickly, offering the SAP Center and a charity angle on the idea as a streamed event. It’s hard to imagine who wouldn’t be tuning in to watch two of the best athletes in the world go head to head on the ice.

If this event should happen, hockey fans have been left with a few questions, starting with who would be in net for this shootout? Would they be taking turns shooting on each other?

The Dallas Stars had their own suggestion, but it’s difficult to decide which scenario would be more entertaining, because LeBron James may just have the edge over Tom Brady, at least in terms of how much net he would cover, if it were just the two of them.

However, there is one idea that people may be forgetting about. Let’s see Brent Burns take over the net for this shootout event, especially if Becher’s idea comes to fruition.

GOTTA SEE IT: Brent Burns Plays Goalie in Hilarious Mix-Up

Would the duo have a warm-up or practice day to get adjusted to skates? Can we please have an NHL All-Star Game-esque shootout round?

As for who would win, yes, James did say he would take it, but it’s just always hard to count out Brady (I’ve been trying for years).

Not to mention, Brady has already proven he is an all-in hockey dad. While the Tampa Bay Buccaneer has returned to the NFL, maybe the younger Brady has been teaching his dad a few tricks he can use on the ice?

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Elliotte Friedman shares his thoughts on what the Sharks may do with Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson — “there is interest” in Burns, says Friedman. (Sportsnet)

Three possible first-round draft targets for the Sharks. (The Hockey Writers)

A look at some of the best of the 2021-22 Sharks photographers. (Fear the Fin)

AROUND THE NHL…

Ex-San Jose Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer has been sacked in Sin City:

Peter DeBoer, Ryan Craig, Steve Spott All Fired By Golden Knights

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mitch Marner was a victim of a carjacking on Monday night. (Toronto Sun)

The Arizona Coyotes agreement with ASU has some strings attached. (The Athletic)

Carolina Hurricanes are the latest team to restrict ticket purchase access to local fans for playoffs. (CBS Sports)

Barry Trotz interviewed for head coach position with the Winnipeg Jets. (Sportsnet)

Drake wins big on parlay bet that included NHL playoff games. (CBS Sports)

The Pittsburgh Penguins hold their exit interviews:

Contracts, Injuries & Laughs: Penguins News & Quotables from Break-Up Day

Boston Bruins see David Pastrnak and Jeremy Swayman head to Worlds:

With Season Over For Bruins, Pastrnak, Swayman Head To Worlds

Colorado Avalanche goaltender Darcy Kuemper talks injury:

Darcy Kuemper: “I got pretty lucky”

Sam Bennett learned a lot from last year’s Florida Panthers postseason:

Florida Panthers Pregame: Sam Bennett learned from Game 1 last year

New York Islanders see Lane Lambert named as new head coach:

Lane Lambert Hired, Lamoriello Defines ‘New Voice’ & More

Mark Stone and Robin Lehner updates from the Vegas Golden Knights:

Mark Stone Likely Having Back Surgery on Wednesday, Lehner Doing Well

Philadelphia Flyers sign defenseman Adam Ginning:

Flyers sign stay-at-home defenseman

Niklas Backstrom exploring options with the Washington Captials:

Backstrom Will ‘Explore All Options’ With Regard To Hip, Next Steps With Capitals

Detroit Red Wings sign forward Pontus Andreasson:

Red Wings Make It Official, Announce Andreasson Signing

Who should Vancouver Canucks fans root for in the Battle of Alberta?

Canucks Fans: The Side to Choose in Battle of Alberta

Calgary Flames forward Elias Lindholm named Selke finalist:

Lindholm Named Selke Finalist Ahead of Tough Defensive Test

Potential goaltenders the Montreal Canadiens should consider:

Potential Goalie Targets For Canadiens If Carey Price Isn’t Back

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Please please keep Lebron away from the ice arena – any ice arena

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