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Sheng’s Daily: Different Thoughts About the Off-season Goaltending Market



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Is the price of a 1B goalie going up on the San Jose Sharks?

That’s what I got from yesterday’s Jake Allen trade — find out why here.

In other San Jose Sharks news…

The Locked on Sharks podcast breaks down TSN’s Trade Bait Board — how would Kyle Palmieri or Josh Anderson look on the Sharks? (Locked On Sharks)

Around the NHL…

Adrian Dater on Colorado’s “gutty” Game Six win. (Colorado Hockey Now)

David Pastrnak was hampered by a lack of on-ice conditioning and a lower-body injury throughout the playoffs. (Boston Hockey Now)

What is Matt Murray worth to the Minnesota Wild? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Inside how Bill Zito got the Florida Panthers GM job. (Florida Hockey Now)

Mat Barzal is “trending in right direction” to play in Game Six. (NYI Hockey Now)

Jack Han on how to get Patrik Laine back to the 40-goal mark. (The Hockey Tactics Newsletter)

Frank Seravalli has some different opinions than SJHN about the off-season goaltending market. (TSN)

Darren Dreger on Matt Murray to Toronto, Arizona’s progress with Taylor Hall. (TSN)

Neat stat from the NHL: “Joe Pavelski and Corey Perry lead all Stars players with seven career appearances in a Game 7, with Pavelski holding a 5-2 record in those contests and Perry going 2-5.”

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