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Sheng’s Daily: Kevin Labanc on Dale Hawerchuk’s Death

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Winnipeg Jets legend Dale Hawerchuk, 57, passed away yesterday from cancer.

Jim Kyte played with Hawerchuk in Winnipeg for seven seasons.

The former San Jose Sharks defenseman joined San Jose Hockey Now to share stories about his dear friend. We learned why Kyte associates Hall & Oates with Hawerchuk and what important lesson he learned from Hawerchuk’s interactions with the fans.

“Dale scored some amazing goals,” Kyte said. “But I remember him as being one of the nicest guys you’d ever want to meet.”

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Hawerchuk scored the second-to-last hat trick of his career against the San Jose Sharks on Valentine’s Day 1992, scoring three goals, including the game-winner, on Jarmo Myllys. (Hockey Reference)

Kevin Labanc remembered his Barrie Colts coach Hawerchuk. (@Str8ToTheBanc)

Curtis Pashelka asked Labanc about Hawerchuk’s influence on him earlier this year. (@CurtisPashelka)

SAP Center event manager Derek Michelson on helping the local community during COVID-19. (@SanJoseSharks)

Around the NHL…

What’s Cale Makar reading? (Colorado Hockey Now)

Christian Arnold’s insight on why Isles couldn’t close out Caps. (NYI Hockey Now)

What will Jared McCann get in arbitration? (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

David Pastrnak has “better” than outside chance of playing in Game Five. (Boston Hockey Now)

How Ryan Reilly, the NHL’s most unique defensive center, torments his opponents. (The Athletic)

Colorado’s one simple trick to create rush chances. (The Hockey Tactics Newsletter)

Joe Smith watches a Lightning playoff win with Dave Andreychuk. (The Athletic)

Hawerchuk is mourned by Wayne Gretzky and the rest of the hockey world. (NHL)

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Sheng’s Daily: Why Do Less Women Work in Sports Radio?

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What do statistical profiles say about the NHL futures of Lean Bergmann, Dillon Hamaliuk, and Alexei Melnichuk?

Erik Fowle fills us in:

Deep Dive into San Jose’s Prospects, Part 6: NHL Regulars?

Also, the Locked on Sharks boys tell us more about Thomas Bordeleau:

Get to Know Thomas Bordeleau

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Rocky Thompson tells Jason Gregor some of his offensive philosophies. How will these ideas apply to the San Jose Sharks? (Oilers Nation)

Around the NHL…

Justin Bourne breaks down how Joe Thornton can help the Maple Leafs. (Sportsnet)

Why do so few women work in sports radio? (The Athletic)

Haggerty: It’s no secret the salary cap situation is hurting the Boston Bruins

Team president says Bill Zito making needed changes to Florida Panthers

2nd Annual PHN’s Penguins GM for a Day Contest!

Video Game Review: NHL 21

Vegas Hockey Now Notebook

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Sheng’s Daily: Sharks Will Get Longer Training Camp Before 2020-21

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Last training camp, there were hopes that San Jose Sharks prospect Ivan Chekhovich could help the big club. It didn’t work out — and now Chekhovich won’t even appear at the next Sharks training camp, whenever that is.

BREAKING: Ivan Chekhovich Will Play in KHL for ENTIRE Season

The Locked On Sharks boys continue reminiscing about Joe Thornton:

Saying Goodbye to Joe Thornton

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Per Pierre LeBrun, the San Jose Sharks and the other teams that missed the 24-yeam playoff will get a longer training camp to prepare for the 2020-21 season. (The Athletic)

Around the NHL…

Mitch Marner reveals what Patrick Marleau texted he and Auston Matthews about Joe Thornton. (CBC)

Chicago admits they’re re-building — and GM Stan Bowman is shockingly transparent about every move they’ve made recently in a terrific interview with Mark Lazerus and Scott Powers. (The Athletic)

Brian Burke on Lou Lamoriello’s rules in an excerpt from his new book. (Sportsnet)

Tom’s Take: Doc Emrick Retires

Islanders TV Voice Brendan Burke Recalls Memories with Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick

Crosby Rookie Card Going for $119,000; Sid’s History in Cards

Book excerpt: The night Patrick Roy smashed up Bob Hartley’s office

BHN Roster Projection: An Early Look at Boston Bruins Opening Night

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Sheng’s Daily: Next Offseason Will Be Just As Tough on Free Agents

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“In October 2019, the San Jose Sharks had, by my count, 10 NHL-proven forwards…

“The 2019-20 Sharks finished last in the Western Conference.

“One year later, San Jose has…wait for it…10 NHL-proven forwards…”

A critical look at what Doug Wilson is doing up front with the San Jose Sharks:

What’s Doug Wilson Doing with Sharks Forwards?

Also, the Locked on Sharks boys reminisce about Joe Thornton:

Let’s Get Sad About Joe Thornton Leaving San Jose

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Speaking of Patrick Marleau, Thornton told Tim and Sid how his long-time San Jose Sharks teammate sold him on Toronto. (Sportsnet)

Around the NHL…

The IIHF revealed the 2021 World Junior Championship schedule. They’re hoping to start play on Christmas. (IIHF)

Pierre LeBrun made an excellent point, essentially, the next off-season will also be really tough on free agents because of how a shortened season and a limited audience will affect hockey-related revenue. Taylor Hall, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Gabriel Landeskog, and Dougie Hamilton are among the more intriguing UFAs next off-season. (The Athletic)

An Ode To ‘Doc’ Emrick Upon His Retirement

The Matt Grzelcyk Gamble is a Key One for the Boston Bruins | BHN+

Anders Lee Looks Back While Waiting for What’s Ahead with Islanders

Dater’s Daily: Tyson Jost needs one more good chance

Keegan Kolesar Signs 2-Year Deal with VGK

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