John Hoven says Anaheim offered John Gibson to Buffalo for Jack Eichel — and the Sabres said no. (NHL Network Radio)
Craig Morgan shoots down rumor that Jacob Chychrun is available in a trade.
RE: the tweet that has now been deleted, I can confirm (I shouldn't have to) that Jakob Chychrun is not on the trade block. This should come as no surprise to anyone who has been following the Coyotes. They want to build around him. https://t.co/ibryYovpbF
— Craig Morgan (@CraigSMorgan) September 7, 2021
At San Jose Hockey Now…
The Evander Kane gambling investigation is “stalled”: What might this mean for the San Jose Sharks?
John MacLean is in, Marcus Sorensen goes to Sweden, and who’s going to be the San Jose Sharks’ next alternate captain? The Locked On Sharks guys discuss:
10 years ago, Daniil Sobchenko died in the Lokomotiv plane crash.
Fellow Shark Tommy Wingels, scout Shin Larsson, and Team Russia teammate Maxim Kitsyn remember the San Jose prospect:
John MacLean joins the San Jose Sharks and will run the power play — what have been the results of his recent PPs?
Benjamin Gaudreau talks getting drafted by the Sharks, why he became a goalie, using the restroom while wearing his gear:
In other San Jose Sharks news…
It was a big day in Sharks history last Monday:
— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) September 7, 2021
Sept. 6, 1991: The #SJSharks acquired defenseman Doug Wilson from CHI for forward Kerry Toporowski and a second round pick in the 1992 NHL Draft.
📸 Sharks Magazine vol.1/no.1 pic.twitter.com/fPCJsRZepn
— San Jose Sharks History (@sjsharkshistory) September 7, 2021
There’s a lot of interesting San Jose Sharks’ micro-stats here — @JFreshHockey dropped multiple tweets like this yesterday:
Which defencemen steal the puck the most?
Using @InStatHockey's tracked data, here are the league's top pick-pockets on the blueline in the 2020-21 season.
(The answer may surprise you) pic.twitter.com/Xrf5fLnvqg
— JFresh (@JFreshHockey) September 8, 2021
The NHL has announced the following changes to our schedule:
(Full schedule https://t.co/zwWZPozmNV)
— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) September 8, 2021
Around the NHL…
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT COMING ON THURSDAY, 1pm https://t.co/k9GrnMTdzF
— Vegas Hockey Now (@VegasHockeyNow) September 8, 2021
JT Brown pledges his brain to science. (TSN)
Pierre Dorion says Ottawa’s rebuild is done. (The Athletic)
University that gave him honorary doctorate scolds Theo Fleury for “reprehensible” remarks against vaccine passports. (CBC)
A Milton Academy hockey player suffers a paralyzing injury. (Boston Globe)
NWHL rebrands to Premier Hockey Federation, removing “women” from its name. (Seattle Times)
Who are the betting favorites to win the Calder Trophy? (Sportsnet)
The Coyotes are launching a coaching internship program that will allow coaches from diverse backgrounds to learn from and work with head coach André Tourigny and the NHL staff at the team’s prospect development camp. (AZ Central)
A new Maple Leafs program opens doors for black or indigenous coaches and managers. (The Star)
Blake Wheeler caught doing good:
To the couple who insisted on paying for my groceries when I realized I forgot my wallet at the St. Leons checkout with Lincoln in tow: I so badly needed that tangible reminder that people are looking out for each other. I cried on the way home from relief.
— Janessa mask&vaxx NG (@janessa_allison) September 6, 2021
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