The San Jose Sharks have a new coaching staff.
We had complete coverage yesterday at San Jose Hockey Now, from Doug Wilson to head coach Bob Boughner to associate coach Rocky Thompson to assistant coach John Madden:
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Pierre LeBrun believes the new coaching staff have three-year deals:
The Sharks don’t normally announce term on coaching hires nor extensions but hearing that Bob Boughner and his staff all signed 3-year deals.
— Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) September 22, 2020
Kevin Kurz spoke with Craig Berube about Boughner. (The Athletic)
Brodie Brazil talks with Boughner. (Brodie Brazil Connected)
How about Darcy Kuemper to the Sharks? (Locked On Sharks)
Nick Nollenberger talks about the return of Roy Sommer to the Barracuda and catches up with prospect Joachim Blichfeld. (San Jose Barracuda)
SAP Center will serve as a contactless ballot drop box location for the 2020 General Election. (San Jose Sharks)
Around the NHL…
Christian Arnold looks back at the Islanders’ incredible run with Greg Wyshynski. (NYI Hockey Now)
Will Avs bring back Matt Nieto from Long Beach? (Colorado Hockey Now)
Evaluating Pittsburgh’s situation before free agency. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)
How would the Panthers replace UFAs Mike Hoffman and Evgenii Dadonov? (Florida Hockey Now)
Emily Kaplan and Wyshynski come through with a player’s look at what’s really going on in the bubble. (ESPN)
Hockey players are praised for their willingness to withstand pain, but there’s a cost — “The Problem of Pain” is a must-watch. (TSN)
LeBrun has the latest on UFAs Mikael Granlund, Hoffman, Dadonov, and Thomas Greiss, plus thoughts on trade candidate Kuemper. (The Athletic)
Craig Morgan has an exclusive Q&A with new Coyotes GM Bill Armstrong (AZ Coyotes Insider)
Jack Han evaluates right-handed UFA defenders Radko Gudas, Chris Tanev, Trevor Van Riemsdyk, Justin Braun, and Dylan DeMelo. (The Hockey Tactics Newsletter)
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