Yesterday, on the eve of the Stanley Cup Final, we covered some San Jose Sharks-related news and notes.
Find out why a scout said “Stay away” from pending UFA Alex Galchenyuk, check out a Marcus Sorensen update, read what Barclay Goodrow said about Game Seven versus the Golden Knights last year and Joe Pavelski, and hear what Pavelski had to say about how odd it is to be on the same team with Corey Perry:
In other San Jose Sharks news…
Evander Kane will talk diversity and inclusion in an online chat this Tuesday:
Join us September 22 for a chat with @SanJoseSharks star @evanderkane_9 about #diversity and #inclusion with an assist from Boomi CMO @1MandyDhaliwal. Don't miss it, sign up now! https://t.co/CM8zW4bgPh pic.twitter.com/CgYzZCJXmu
— Boomi (@boomi) September 17, 2020
Around the NHL…
Bruce Bennett is now photographing his 40th Stanley Cup Final — but did you know his career started in New York? (NYI Hockey Now)
Are Pittsburgh and Marc-Andre Fleury headed for a reunion? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
Boston Bruins aren’t likely to be a cap team next year. (Boston Hockey Now)
Tom Callahan previews Dallas-Tampa Bay. (Vegas Hockey Now)
Pierre LeBrun reveals more about Dallas and Tampa Bay’s courtship of UFA Joe Pavelski last year. (The Athletic)
The NHL still plans for an 82-game season next year — start date still undetermined, however, and fan attendance could be phased in. (NHL)
Joel Hanley became the 10th player — and fifth defenseman — over the last 93 years to score his first career NHL goal in the Stanley Cup Final. He’s the first defenseman since Jim Paek in 1991 to accomplish the feat — also on this list is early San Jose Sharks grinder David Maley.
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