Timo Time still is ticking.
Punctuated by a San Jose Sharks franchise record five-goal eruption last week, the wheels still are rolling on Meier’s breakout campaign.
That might be the best news for the Sharks as they head into the second half of the 2021-22 NHL season.
At 21-19-2, the Sharks — on pace for an 86-point campaign — are hanging on to the last playoff spot in the Western Conference. This year has been a pleasant surprise, considering that the 2019-20 Sharks were on a 74-point pace in an 82-game season and the 2020-21 Sharks were on a 72-point pace.
Meier is one of three things that San Jose Sharks fans should be most excited about at the halfway point of the season. There are also three things that they should be very concerned about as they attempt to make a playoff push in the second half.
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