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Photo: Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images With the start of the 2022-23 NHL season nine days away, NoVa Caps continues their annual division previews. We will roll on with the Pacific Division.
Photo: TSN After a lot of NHL teams changed their goalie outlook whether that is for the better or worse this offseason, NoVa Caps continues their series in looking at all 32 situations in the net. Today, we move on … Continue reading
Photo: NBC Sports According to ESPN’s Kevin Weekes, the San Jose Sharks will hire David Quinn to be their next head coach after firing Bob Boughner and his staff on July 1. The two sides agreed to a three-year contract … Continue reading
Photo: NHL.com With the 2022 NHL Draft in the books and most of the key unrestricted free agents under contract for the 2022-23 camapign, teams have changed their teams for the better, worse, or maybe not much. NoVa Caps concludes … Continue reading
Report: Former Hershey Bears Head Coach Spencer Carbery Interviewed For San Jose Head Coaching Position
Screen cap: @Capitals Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now is reporting that the San Jose Sharks have interviewed former Hershey Bears head coach Spencer Carbery to be the Sharks new head coach.
Jeff Chiu/Associated Press After the New York Rangers acquired Vincent Trocheck in free agency, another Metropolitan Division team made headlines via trade, as the Carolina Hurricanes acquired longtime San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns.
Photo: NBC Sports San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks)owner Hasso Plattner today announced that Mike Grier has been named as the team’s general manager.
Photo: NHL.com According to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman, the San Jose Sharks fired head coach Bob Boughner and his staff on Thursday night.
Screen cap: Youtube After losing in Round 1 for the fourth consecutive season, it’s not difficult for Washington Capitals fans to feel depressed about their team, especially when their core players are growing long in the tooth. But, to put … Continue reading
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images The Washington Capitals followed up a 1-0 shutout loss to the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday night with a rather lackluster effort (especially through the first two periods) against the San Jose Sharks. To start … Continue reading