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Fun Fact: The NHL Has An ‘Intent To Blow’ Rule, Which Is Amusing And Awesome (But Not For The SJ Sharks)
The Sharks lost in a shootout to the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday, even though they seemed to have won the game in overtime on this goal that hardly anyone noticed. Controversy in frozen sports!
Watch this San Jose Sharks goal closely. It was rookie Tomas Hertl’s fourth goal of the night. Yup, he roofed it from between the legs. And, yup, I swear he’s a 19-year-old rookie.
San Jose Sharks Announcers Try To Make Fun Of Vancouver’s “Green Men,” Fail Miserably, Citing Snow Globes And Basements And Virginity
On Tuesday night, The Edmonton Oilers lost 6-3 to the San Jose Sharks. Early in the first period, as the game was already beginning to slip away, Edmonton recovered the puck behind its own net and began a breakout. Whether or not it was by design, it’s hard to tell – but there’s something extremely familiar about this formation… [SB Nation]
Logan Couture tweeted a link to YouJizz.com at 2am, but says he was hacked. The sticky, sticky details, after the jump.
Throwing objects on the ice can be a fun and even charming part of hockey, when it’s done right. Throwing hats on the playing surface to celebrate a hat trick? Classic. Red Wings fans decorating the rink with octopi? Gross, but it’s tradition, dammit. But this? This is a little much.
There’s nothing all that extraordinary about a soccer player scoring a goal in his professional debut. That is, unless that player happens to be a goalkeeper.
Last night, the Vancouver Canucks advanced to their first Stanley Cup Finals in 17 years with a 3-2 double overtime victory over the San Jose Sharks – and a friendly bounce.
The San Jose Sharks’ Ben Eager spent a lot of time in the penalty box last night, and it seems the longer you’re in there, the better the chance you’ll see something unusual.