San Jose Sharks head coach Bob Boughner spoke yesterday about what’s going to change with the Sharks on the ice, why training camp in Arizona and a long road trip to start the season might be a “good thing,” and talked about adding (or not adding) an alternate captain.
The 2020-21 NHL schedule has been released — the San Jose Sharks aren’t going to have it easy to start the season:
In other San Jose Sharks news…
Logan Couture spoke about his All-in for Brain Research initiative, beer, and more. (Brodie Brazil)
Around the NHL…
Should sports leagues be allowed to skip the line for COVID-19 vaccines if they pay up to subsidize vaccinations for others? (STAT)
Ryan Miller is re-signing with Anaheim for his 18th NHL season. (The Athletic)
Tampa Bay’s salary cap issues are solved! But at a huge price — 2019 Hart Trophy winner Nikita Kucherov will miss the regular season. In related news, they re-signed RFA Anthony Cirelli to a three-year, $14.4 million dollar deal. (Lightning Insider)
5 things you should know about the NHL’s 2020-21 schedule. (Sportsnet)
It’s going to be more than ads on helmets: The NHL will be aggressive in trying to grow revenues. (Sportsnet)
It’s a go: The NHL is believed to have approval to move forward with hockey in the Canadian cities. (TSN)
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