"Scott Gomez should officially become a member of the San Jose Sharks today. At least it's headed in that direction now."
Doug Wilson apparently told Todd McLellan three days after the season ended that the Sharks' bench boss was staying. Odd that there's been no announcement, but it sounds like there is a debate about assistant coaches. McLellan would fight hard for his guys, but the discussion appears to be about adding someone who had a lengthy NHL career.
National Hockey League commissioner Gary Bettman is slated to be in Glendale Monday to announce the NHL has reached tentative terms to sell the Phoenix Coyotes to an ownership group led by Greg Jamison. The move is a major step in Jamison’s bid to buy the Coyotes and keep them in Arizona.
Bettman is slated to hold a press conference before the Phoenix Coyotes-Nashville Predators playoff game. He is expected to announce the Coyotes are no longer on the market and the league is finalizing a sale with Jamison.
The NHL has owned the team since 2009. Jamison is the former CEO of the San Jose Sharks and is a minority owner of that franchise.
SanJoseSharksPR 11:21am via Web Former @SanJoseSharks captain @OwenNolan11 will be making an announcement regarding the future of his hockey career at HP on Tues. #buster
Hiller injured tonight, Ducks using AHL callup
Greeting Fear The Fin. I made it a New Year's Resolution to start following hockey more, and the Sharks are my local team so there ya go
Now, given I've never really followed hockey much before and I doubt I'll ever really learn about most players. But I would like to learn about our team's current players. Would you guys suggest just going to Wikipedia and read up on the current guys, going to a specific site, or maybe even you guys could help me out?
Coming out of the Shark head was a little scarier than I thought it would be. I couldn't see anything for like 15 feet.