Master Mind

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  1. Seems fitting for a Philadelphia team to lead in hits
  2. I used to enjoy going to TSN for Bob McKenzie, not doing that anymore. Can't give such a bias network the clicks. Their agenda is painfully obvious. And Sullivan needs to get over himself. Words are words, and while they can cross a line, it's still better than having someone end your career with a cheap shot.
  3. To TOR: Valtteri Filppula, Jason Zucker To STL: Michael Del Zotto, Tyler Ennis, Jesse Gabrielle, 2017 3rd (MON)
  4. The Sharks would like to send down Dylan DeMelo and Joseph Cramarossa (no waivers), to call up Matt Tennyson and Logan Shaw. As much as I don't want to do this, but can John Scott and his cap penalty be removed from my roster? http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/john-scott-retires-professional-hockey/ Enjoy retirement Scott, the Sharks will miss you. There have been rumours that Scott has been offered a coaching position for the Knights, perhaps he's not done with our organization just yet @Nail
  5. We're 3 wins behind Edmonton with a game in hand... but no, apparently that's far too much for a team to overcome Surprised the Leafs % wasn't 95 or higher.
  6. The Sharks would like to thank @AriGold for beginning negotiations, and @HowYaDrouin for closing the deal. I wish Matt and Nick all the best in Montreal. Happy to bring in Sami, he solidifies the top 4, an area that's been struggling for the most part this season. New look on defence: Hamhuis - Hedman Coburn - Vatanen Russell - Oduya Weber - DeMelo
  7. The Sharks are still sitting on a surplus of defencemen. Looking to trade one for an equal winger (though probably not Stralman or Klefbom).
  8. Time for Studs and Duds for the NY Rangers - November Edition Studs Jaden Schwartz: He's been on fire this month. Put up over 75 points, 20 more than anyone else on the team. Ryan Ellis: Leading the way on defence, producing 5 fppg. Losing him to injury was a big blow to the lineup. Mikael Granlund: He's been getting better as the season progresses, and got an extension as a reward. Duds Chris Stewart: Really regressed after a solid October. Hits and fights are all he's providing right now. Vernon Fiddler: Still isn't doing much. At least he got a goal and an assist. John Klingberg: Not putting up the worst numbers, but with all the injuries on defence, now would be a great time for him to step up his game. Instead he's been a healthy scratch twice in the last five games. Still very happy with the team overall. Sitting 3rd in the standings, not too far behind 2nd. Once the defence is healthy, I expect them to claw away the leads @Watermelons and @somethingvery currently have. I was in this exact position last year, except chasing SV and @pmalina. I caught SV last time, let's do it again!
  9. Time for Studs and Duds for the SJ Sharks - November Edition Studs Connor McDavid: He's showing the world that he's the real deal. Leads the NHL in points in just his second season. Mitch Marner: He continues to impress. While everyone had their eyes on Matthews, it's been Marner that's stealing the show in TO. William Karlsson: He's been steadily putting up points as his RL Blue Jackets continue to surprise. Duds Zemgus Girgensens: He has plenty of potential, but has struggled to show it. Nikolai Kulemin: The RL Islanders have really struggled, so it's no surprise Kulemin has as well. Johnny Boychuk: Same reason as Kulemin. He's seeing his teammates pass him on the depth chart as a result. Still very happy with my team. Youth continues to lead the way, many of which are showing no signs of slowing down. Keep it going Sharks!
  10. Time for Studs and Duds for the SJ Sharks - November Edition Studs Marian Hossa: He's been having a great bounce back year. He put up 25 more points than anyone else on the team this month. Henrik Zetterberg: Another player acquired via trade, Henrik came in and calmed the storm when the team was falling in the standings. Taking on the captaincy has been beneficial to the team, as he is a natural born leader, and has allowed Loui Eriksson to get back to doing what he does best. Chris Vandevelde: While he didn't outscore the top six forwards, he had a strong month, and deserved for it to be recognized. Duds Chris Kelly: 3 points is simply not enough for a healthy player. He needs to be better. Lee Stempniak: He was a stud in October, but took a step back this month. He's capable of much more. Petr Mrazek: He's been good when he gets to play, but he needs to play more. Hopefully he can take back sole possession of the #1 job. While I was hoping the Sharks would move up 10 spots in the standings, they did move up about 5 or so, and is within striking distance of a playoff spot.
  11. Both players will be in their prime when the deals are done, so they'll be in for a big payday should they outperform the contracts!
  12. Rumour has it the Sharks traded a top six forward for a top 4 defenceman, both of which produced last night. After the deal is processed, San Jose will have 11 active defenders, 10 being on playoff teams. Anyone who wants to do a D for F swap should contact the Sharks. (And not the Ducks).
  13. I'm pleased as punch to get Mikael and Evgeny signed. They are both key cogs in the Rangers top six, and will be for years to come. I'm also happy to bring in Steve to the organization. I'm currently down 5 defencemen, so he can ease that pain, and hopefully continue his strong play and grab the #6 spot that's been up in the air all year. Thanks to our wonderful player agents on the smooth negotiations.
  14. I haven't read the whole thread, but the biggest concern to me would be the expansion draft. Getting Strome would mean we'd have to expose both Hansen and Granlund. Not worth it if we have to lose one of them.