Kyle, Erik, and JD have on Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now to check in on the San Jose Sharks after the Trade Deadline. We look back on Doug Wilson’s middle-of-the-road strategy this past off-season and if he actually believes that the core is still strong. Then we delve into how close Kevin Labanc was to actually being traded (18:00), Timo Meier’s struggles (21:00), and why the criticism of a mediocre San Jose Sharks team isn’t more spread out (30:00). We finish off by discussing Mario Ferraro’s role and usage (36:00), Logan Couture probably playing hurt (41:00), and come to a conclusion on what Wilson did — or didn’t do — this off-season (42:30).
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