2018-19 Sharks Season Reviews
With Erik Karlsson sidelined by injury, the Sharks’ depth on defense was tested.
This is not the Karlsson you are looking for.
Okay, it’s a little more complicated than that, but not a lot more.
Doug Wilson did well to acquire assets for the aging defenseman.
The Wookiee quietly had one of the best seasons of his career.
And we all thought he was leaving!
Chartier has showed promise, but concussions keep derailing his progress.
The Czech forward was one of the best defensive forwards in San Jose.
Simek is likely to earn a spot on the opening night roster.
San Jose’s fun-loving phenom had plenty to smile about this season.
Playing alongside Brent Burns has a high turnover rate.
It’s difficult to believe this is a blip on his performance radar.
They don’t call him Clutchure for nothin’.
Like him or not, the Sharks lived and died by the man in the net.
The rising star might even have more room to grow.
He scored a pretty important goal in the playoffs, though.
Talk about providing value way over his salary cap hit.
At 39, the dude is still unreasonably good at this dumb game.
Other teams are definitely going to give Goose offers the Sharks can’t match.
In the final year of his contract, the Captain had a year to remember.
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