The postseason is right upon us, so Plank and TCY thought it would be prudent to highlight each individual player on the Sharks roster heading into these glorious days. It gives us an opportunity to consolidate all the information we've obtained since the beginning of October, as well as examine the team at a micro-level. Every installment in this series can be found here.
There is literally nothing like the NHL playoffs in the entire world of sports-- the passion, the pain, the hope, the despair, the unrelenting feeling that this year could finally be the one. Each and every goal dictates whether or not you'll end up in some godforsaken alleyway in downtown San Jose singing songs to alley cats, or at home with loved ones singing songs of victory about the heroic undertakings of a team that has given meaning to the wild world in which we live in.
Fasten your seatbelts folks.
God save us all.
#20 / Goalie / San Jose Sharks
Jul 25, 1975
Previous FTF Coverage: Will Evgeni Nabokov save or Condemn the Sharks? (Ivano)... Evgeni Nabokov; Good goaltender, but is he a product of the system? (Plank)... Is Evgeni Nabokov seeing too much time between the pipes? (Plank)... The Aftermath (Ivano)... Five Sharks reasons to look forward to the Olympics (Ivano)... Nabokov on pace for 71 starts (Plank)... FTF Regular Season Cheat Sheet: Goalies
|2009 - Evgeni Nabokov||70||4129||43||16||168||2.44||2139||1971||.921||3|
#1 / Goalie / San Jose Sharks
Jan 29, 1986
Previous FTF Coverage: Evgeni Nabokov; Good goaltender, but is he a product of the system? (Plank) ... Five Sharks reasons to look forward to the Olympics (Ivano)... FTF Regular Season Cheat Sheet: Goalies
|2009 - Thomas Greiss||16||782||7||4||35||2.69||399||364||.912||0|