Will Timo Meier, Lean Bergmann, Maxim Letunov, or Vladislav Kotkov be loaned out? How about Artemi Kniazev, will he play in the KHL for the entire year?
I get to the bottom of these questions here:
In other San Jose Sharks news…
Courtesy of a very creative San Jose Sharks fan:
Experience the Halloween Miracle on Ice Hockey Game. A reminder that we still need to believe in miracles in 2020!!
— IkornCrafts (@IkornCrafts) October 27, 2020
Normally, Halloween would be a time of festivity (and killer costumes) for San Jose Sharks players. For obvious reasons, however, there’s not as much going on this year. So far, I’ve only found Patrick Marleau, Letunov, Nikolai Knyzhov, Nick DeSimone, and Jasper Weatherby sharing their costumes:
🎼Everybody’s talking bout our tight pants, we got out tight pants, we got our tight pants on🎼 pic.twitter.com/BLJ8byYuu1
— Christina Marleau (@c_marleau) November 1, 2020
Ryan Donato chats about coming to the San Jose Sharks. (NBC Sports Bay Area)
A recent, pointed re-tweet by Erik Karlsson:
Most of these families were mistreated by ownership and shipped out of town, but are still committed to supporting the Ottawa community and more importantly the youth in this city.
— Stefano Napolitano (@Napolitano32) October 24, 2020
Around the NHL…
Because of the flat cap and lower revenues, will the Seattle Kraken have Vegas Golden Knights-like leverage during next summer’s expansion draft? (The Athletic)
Ryan Clark talks to a variety of voices to chart Mitchell Miller’s possible path back into hockey. (The Athletic)
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