San Jose Sharks

Ryan Merkley was the San Jose Sharks’ first-round selection in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. In that season, he put up 67 points in 63 games with the Guelph Storm in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). While his point production was above average, his plus-minus rating was especially low, indicating the need for defensive improvement,
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Welcome back for the third part of my four-part series on the best and worst forward lines and defensive pairings of the 2021-22 season. To this point, I have highlighted the best forward lines and most dominant defensive pairs, leaving the worst for last. Let me pre-empt any arguments by saying that putting a line
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In this edition of NHL Talk, these are the top storylines with quotes from players, coaches, managers, and more. Listen to The Hockey Writers Podcast on iHeartRadio and wherever you listen to podcasts, every weekday (Monday to Friday). Canucks’ Quinn Hughes Looking for First Win Over Brother Jack Vancouver Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes looks to defeat his brother, forward Jack
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At the All-Star Game break, I think the San Jose Sharks are in a similar spot to how many predicted them. The team is decently outside a playoff spot, with just a small sliver of hope to make the postseason. But, the team is certainly improved from last season. The overall forward depth and goaltending
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