NHL 2011-2012 Score-Adj-Fenwick Playoff Probabilities
collection of interesting facts about Los Angeles Kings, the team San Jose Sharks is facing in the 1st round.
Wow. Theirs is even worse than ours. The Duck is one of the younger Guardians. Although he hails from a wealthy family and is a rebel with a trust fund, he has undergone Marine training and is as tough as nails. Calm in all situations, his relaxed attitude should not be mistaken for weakness because when the time to fight arises, few Guardians are more prepared than the Duck. He wears a futuristic bio suit and helmet that allow him to breathe underwater for short periods of time. He also has "surf boots" on his feet that give him the ability to glide on the surface of water at incredible speeds. He has wings, but they allow him to fly in short bursts and at low altitudes only. He's constantly developing new technology that allows him to take advantage of his aquatic abilities. He also has several surfboards for different conditions and adventures, including his ever-present "Fish" board; a retro surfboard that allows him to cut through waves and at an incredible speed and make amazing maneuvers. He's a bit of a showoff, but with skills like his, you would be to.
Sharks add seven players on day two, shine in late rounds. FTF breaks down day two of the Sharks' draft.
Video: Charlie Coyle's post draft press conference. Coyle talks about the Sharks, his decision to go to BU, and players he compares himself with.