The Sharks’ social media has always been top-notch. While their holiday videos tend to get the most attention, The Deep has always been the thing I point to when people ask me, “Why should I care about the Sharks?” And honestly? Nine times out of ten, it makes people care about the Sharks at least a little bit more than they did before.
The web episodes detail and document the goings on of the organization. The newest episode, released late last night, walks through the Hayden Bradley signing, the Joe Thornton injury, and how the team is heading into the condensed second half of the season.
Watch the episode, The Sum of Our Parts, below:
Here’s more Sharks news and notes:
Sharks Reassign Defenseman Tim Heed and Forward Rudolfs Balcers
San Jose Sharks announced that the club has reassigned Defenseman Tim Heed and Forward Rudolfs Balcers from the San Jose Barracuda.
The Rookie and the Wookiee: Ryan bringing out the best defensively in Burns | NBCS Bay Area
As Brent Burns' offensive is rubbing off on Joakim Ryan, his rookie partner is doing the same for him defensively.
Big win in Anaheim comes at a cost for Sharks | NBCS Bay Area
There is a downside to winning in a shootout. The victor doesn’t earn any progress towards a critical postseason tiebreaker.
Logan Couture propels Sharks to win over Ducks
Logan Couture helped the Sharks climb out of a two-hole deficit Sunday with a goal, a primary assist and a shootout goal.
Sharks' minor leaguer gets career validated by Olympic bid
San Jose Barracuda captain John McCarthy is getting his career path validated by his invitation to play for Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Couture provides heroics in Sharks comeback win over Ducks
Logan Couture recorded a goal and an assist in the Sharks shootout win over the Ducks.
And news from around the league and PyeongChang:
NHL sends its Zamboni drivers to Winter Olympics
Local Olympics organizers needed help maintaining the ice for hockey games. So they asked the NHL to send its best technicians.
Dustin Brown Suspended One Game by NHL's Department of Player Safety
Veteran forward will be out of the lineup for the LA Kings game against the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday.
Are the Bruins the best team in the NHL?
Boston Bruins the best team in NHL as the Hub hockey team has been on a tear over the past month and looks like a legit Stanley Cup contender right now.
Maple Leafs' peculiar position puts playoff format in question - Sportsnet.ca
The Toronto Maple Leafs are stuck, and are likely staring down a first- or second-round matchup against a higher-seeded team, despite ranking third in the Eastern Conference.
NHL trade rumors 2018: Tracking every rumor heading into the deadline - SBNation.com
The NHL trade deadline is two weeks away.
Gionta, Wisniewski could head to NHL after Olympics | SI.com
As longtime NHL veterans Brian Gionta and James Wisniewski try to win a medal for the U.S. at the Olympics, their agents are talking to teams about getting them contracts once the tournament is over.
Why I’m boycotting the NHL during the Olympic hockey tournament | The Hockey News
It was the NHL's right to forego the Olympics, but hockey consumers have the right to pass on the NHL in favor of watching what should be a compelling and exciting tournament in Pyeongchang.