The San Jose Sharks will be on national TV 10 times this year.
That’s more than just four other North American NHL teams, the Arizona Coyotes, Florida Panthers, Los Angeles Kings, and New Jersey Devils.
US National TV Games for 2022/23 season, by team
• 62 games on TNT
• 103 games on multiple ESPN Networks:
– 15 available on ABC
– 36 available on ESPN
– 1 available on ESPN2
– 78 available on ESPN+
– 53 available on Hulu pic.twitter.com/TtDjyZtsJj
— NHL News (@PuckReportNHL) September 7, 2022
San Jose’s nationally-televised games are as follows: Oct. 25 vs. Vegas (ESPN), Nov. 1 vs. Anaheim (ESPN), Nov. 3 vs. Florida (ESPN+), Dec. 9 at Anaheim (ESPN+), Jan. 6 at Anaheim (ESPN+), Jan. 10 at Arizona (ESPN+), Jan. 11 at Los Angeles (TNT), Jan. 18 vs. Dallas (TNT), Mar. 16 vs. Seattle (ESPN+), and Apr. 12 at Calgary (TNT).
Jan. 10 will be the San Jose Sharks’ first visit to 5,000-seat Mullett Arena, while Joe Pavelski returns to San Jose once again on Jan. 18.
At San Jose Hockey Now…
What are the under-the-radar strengths, weaknesses of San Jose Sharks newcomers Luke Kunin, Steven Lorentz, Oskar Lindblom, Nico Sturm, Matt Benning, and Markus Nutivaara?
Get a first look at Thomas Bordeleau in No. 17.
Should the Sharks pay up for Timo Meier?
Other Sharks News…
Erik Karlsson talks to The Athletic about his thoughts on the Brent Burns trade, summer conversations with Mike Grier and David Quinn.
Former San Jose Sharks prospect Sasha Chmelevski is off to a quick start in the KHL:
Three goals in three KHL games for Chmelevski, who only had 35 in 122 AHL games with the Barracuda. https://t.co/WBtJQrPeNk
— PATRICK WILLIAMS (@pwilliamsAHL) September 7, 2022
The NHL announces changes to the San Jose Sharks’ 2022-23 schedule. (NHL)
See future @SanJoseSharks take on Pacific and Central Division rookies. The @NHL 2022 Rookie Faceoff heads to @sjbarracuda’s brand new @TechCUArena and @s4a_ice Sept. 16-19 🏒 Get tickets at https://t.co/0SCdcULXdG #sanjoselove #tealtogether https://t.co/1zL2QX8eJl
— Visit San Jose (@visitsanjose) September 7, 2022
Big news if you’re a San Jose Sharks fan going to Prague:
— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) September 7, 2022
Around the NHL…
Tim Stutzle signs an eight-year, $66.8 million deal. (NHL)
Minnesota hockey icon and Los Angeles Kings employee Jack Jablonski shares that he’s gay. (The Athletic)
The Pittsburgh Penguins turned down a chance to trade Jason Zucker.
Did the Philadelphia Flyers attempt to trade for Zucker?
Nathan MacKinnon is skating with other Colorado Avalanche players, and he looks fantastic.
Jake Allen is close to an extension with the Montreal Canadiens.
Washington Capitals writer Sammi Silber writes eloquently about Juraj Slafkovsky.
Could MVP candidate Sasha Barkov take his game to another level for the Florida Panthers?
Detroit Red Wings legend Pavel Datsyuk recalls his fight with Corey Perry.
Don’t forget about Semyon Varlamov and his importance to the New York Islanders.
What’s Boston Bruins’ defenseman Matt Grzelcyk’s outlook this year?
Should Vancouver Canucks fans be annoyed by where Thatcher Demko ranked in a recent NHL Network list?
Calgary Flames family news: Andrew Mangiapane got engaged, Jacob Markstrom expecting a child.
Do the Vegas Golden Knights have the second-worst jerseys in the NHL?
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