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That seals the deal. I am no longer a Sharks fan. Ive been a fan since 1942 and a season ticket holder since 1969. I officially will not be renewing my plan next season nor will I watch on TV ever again. Im going to Toronto where they know how to run a mega dynasty.
Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 18 heures
Forum: Armchair-GMSun at 3:50 am
Forum: NHLThu at 1:30 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Ledge_And_Dairy</b></div><div><a href="/users/RawZuccSauce420" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@RawZuccSauce420</a>

I'm curious on your thoughts for the upcoming expansion draft. As Seattle will certainly be a division rival what do you think the play is. Personally I feel like it has be around them attempting to move Burns, With Merkley on way and a lot of uncertainty with the direction of the team getting that cap flexibility seems important. Mind you I do see SJ being the 4th playoff team this year, or at least will be competing with MIN for the final spot.</div></div>

It's kind of tough because it's hard to know how the team will look like at the end of this season.

With the forward group, at this rate, I would protect Couture, Kane, Hertl, Meier, Labanc, Donato. Last protection at F could be Balcers, or Gambrell, or maybe someone else if we get someone else by the end of the year who has played enough games to be eligible. We also need to sign two forwards for 2021-22 who can be selected by Seattle cause we currently don't have any extras.

We know Vlasic and Karlsson have to be protected because of their NMC's barring any unexpected waiving. 3rd defenseman I would protect is Simek personally. I love Burnzy and he's done a ton for the org, but wasting a protection on a 36 year old who is poor defensively making $8M until he's 40 is just a bad idea. Especially when we already have Karlsson and Merkley is in the pipelines nearly ready to make the jump. Not saying Burns WILL get selected, but there's no point in protecting him in my view.

If Jones plays good this year maybe we protect him? I dunno. There's no harm in not protecting any goalies at all too if everyone sucks lol. Highly doubt Seattle takes a gamble on Jones @5.75M for 3 more years if he sucks this year and is left unprotected.

I agree with you though I think the fight is gonna be MIN and SJ fighting for that last playoff spot.
Forum: NHLThu at 12:54 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>yikes</b></div><div>We all were mad with Karlsson last game (rightfully so) but too much overreaction and exaggerating and hating. Tonight he was simple but still threw his own flair out there a ton.

Hertl keeps being the kid that sharks fans fell in love with. And Jones is definitely battling with Dubnyk to earn the net; which is exciting to say.

I wonder others thoughts on Leonard, Donato, and Labanc?
(Meier been good enough but needs to be better).

Leonard i said my piece on.

Donato I’m so mixed on right now, great plays than dumb plays, good plays then mistakes, great chance then something goes wrong.

Labanc is about the same as Donato I feel... flashes of the Labanc we’ve praised about, than the Labanc we see too often.</div></div>

Leonard I thought was a bit quiet as well but almost every time had the puck he was making a smart play. He’s not a crazy play driver yet but he’s pretty smart. He’ll be cemented in the lineup in a permanent top 9 role next year imo.

Donato has a great sense of where to be when. He has a good shot too. He wasn’t perfect by any means this game, but I felt pretty confident about his game. That OT goal would have been his if it counted. If he moves his feet more and battles a little harder I think he’ll have a lot of success. Hes got all the tools to be a very solid contributor. Just needs to clean it up.

Labanc is just...I dunno okay. He’s not a bad player by any means but there’s just nothing about his game that completely impresses me. He’s not a fantastic skater, doesn’t have a quick release, isn’t a great shooter, isn’t physical, and is sometimes a defensive and penalty liability. That’s not to say he’s a bad player by any means because he isn’t but when considering the contract Wilson just gave him, I can’t help but want more out of him.
Forum: NHLThu at 12:15 am
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>yikes</b></div><div><img class="for_img" src="https://www.capfriendly.com/assets/images/icons/forums/smilies/sharks.svg" alt="sharks.svg">
Game notes: SJS @ STL
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/blues series wrap up/


- Karlsson; shutting up sharks fans who cried after one game about him. He’s played very well tonight with some great plays in both ends. Interesting “stat” is from Kurz Twitter; “Erik Karlsson’s best game so far. His Corsi is only 22.2, (after 2 periods) though, in the latest example of advanced stats can often be total garbage.” per Kevin Kurz. Easily the sharks best player tonight he looked amazing.

- Ferraro; this kid is developing at a insane pace. If the NHL had a most improved player award (like the NBA); he would have my vote right now. He’s a stud.

- Jones; Very good, something I haven’t said in long time. Very impressive start to the year compared to the past. He’s actually making KEY saves, a lot of times I see a shot and wince as old Jones would allow certain shots that needed to be saved and right now I’m still being surprised by some huge saves. He was the key piece to tonight’s win.

Side notes:

- Kane... I mean man he had a frustrating game. Wasn’t bad in the first couple games but he’s had a tough series here. No excuses he hurt the team tonight. 4 penalties, tied for his career most in a game..

- Bottom 6 finally gets a point/ goal. They played good tonight.

- Leonard is so damn close to putting up multiple points each night, hopefully he’ll start getting some luck. Quiet night for him compared to the last few.

- Special Teams are actually special so far, nice improvements. Need more PP goals (0-7 tonight😬) but they’ve been solid on both.

- Hertls elite no🧢

Sharks played well against a high tier team, hopefully they can build off their mistakes and take this into the next series; because they’ve shown they can play with good teams and beat them but at the same time shown why they were a bottom tier team last year. We are definitely a different team from last though.</div></div>

Hit the nail on the head on all counts here.

I was absolutely giving it to Karlsson last game. He was awful. I was so mad. I’m glad to say apparently he heard that and adjusted accordingly. 🖕to <a href="/users/RawZuccSauce420" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener"><a href="/users/RawZuccSauce420" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer noopener">@RawZuccSauce420</a></a> from 2 nights ago you got ****ing owned by EK65, kiddo. Let’s hope he keeps it up because he looked elite tonight. Hands down the best player out there in the second half of the game.

Kaner...buddy you NEED to stop with the idiotic penalties. Most of them came from being lazy/not moving his feet. Totally avoidable. Not to mention the Binnington penalty which is inexcusable. I expect him to be in the box a fair bit but this was disappointing.

Hertl = 🐐

Joner had a quietly SOLID night. Like he was SUPER focused between the pipes. The Schenn goal was not his fault whatsoever. Give the man some good defense, and good things happen.

Let’s keep it up boys.