Thursday Sharks Links: Worcester Sharks reportedly moving to Bay Area
Your daily assortment of links to news and analysis from around the hockey world.
- There were rumblings about this earlier in the season but according to Mark Purdy, next season the Sharks will become the first team to move their AHL affiliate into the same building as their major league club. The Worcester Sharks will reportedly play between 30 and 40 games at SAP Center starting this fall. [Mercury News]
- Recaps of the Sharks' 4-2 win over Los Angeles. [Fear The Fin] [Mercury News] [CSN Bay Area] [Gackle Report] [SF Chronicle] [Jewels From The Crown] [NHL.com]
- After an incredible NHL career, Ray Whitney, the last active player left from the inaugural San Jose Sharks team, officially hung up his skates yesterday. [ESPN]
- Frontman James Hetfield talked about yesterday's successful Metallica Night at the Tank. [CSN Bay Area]
- And here's a look at the awesome custom jerseys the Sharks made for Metallica. [Puck Daddy]/