Monday Sharks Links: Looking at potential coaching candidates

Your daily assortment of links to news and analysis from around the hockey world.

  • Fourteen potential candidates to replace Todd McLellan behind the Sharks' bench, including suggestions from broadcasters Drew Remenda and Jeremy Roenick. [Mercury News]
  • Remenda in particular believes the Sharks need a head coach who can mend fences a bit in the locker room and be a good communicator. [Mercury News]
  • Roenick, unsurprisingly, thinks they need a more sandpapery type who isn't afraid to get in players' faces and "challenge them verbally." [Working the Corners]
  • Ahead of what could be the final game in Worcester Sharks history later today, here's an in-depth feature on the AHL's westward movement and what it means for the soon-to-be-relocated teams' fans. [NY Times]
  • Game 7 between the Islanders and Capitals goes tonight in D.C. Let's just hope none of the fans or players throw beer at each other. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Las Vegas has surpassed the 11,000 mark for their season ticket drive and already have a color scheme picked out for their yet-to-be-awarded NHL franchise. [Puck Daddy]
  • The Edmonton Oilers made pretty massive moves to their front office on Friday, bringing in former Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli. [The Copper & Blue]/