Apr 3, 2012; Dallas, TX, USA; San Jose Sharks defenseman Colin White (5) warms up before the game against the Dallas Stars at the American Airlines Center. The Sharks defeated the Stars 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-US PRESSWIRE

POLL RESULTS! WE CAN LIVE WITHOUT…


Hey Blades of Teal Loyal! We are pleased that so many of you (209) to be exact participated in our last poll! For those of you curious as to how it all fell out, here are the results!

The question was asked: Who could you live without next season?

With 25 votes (12%) I think Sharks GM Doug Wilson can feel assured the fans still have some confidence in him!

With 27 votes (13%) Todd McLellan can also rest easy knowing that Team Teal is rallying behind him to one extent or another!

With 37 votes (18%) A newer addition to the Sharks, Dominic Moore, didn’t fare as well, but still seems to be doing ok as far as Bay Area fans are concerned. (Our thoughts and prayers are also with Dominic and his family as they deal with the unfortunate illness of his wife.)

And finally…with and overwhelming 120 votes (57%)…the fans have spoken and made it clear that they can live without Colin White next season. With the newly acquired negotiating rights for Brad Stuart, it’s pretty much a given that Sharks fans dreams will come true and Mr. White will find himself packing it up and heading elsewhere. When and if White finds himself in a new city, we of course will wish him the best of luck wherever that may be.

OUR NEWEST POLL IS OUT! LOCATED ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDEBAR OF THE HOME PAGE! GO CAST YOUR VOTE ON WHO THE BEST D-MAN PAIRING WOULD BE FOR THE RETURNING BRAD STUART!

~ALH

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  • Kingshark49

    Outside of Daniel Winnik and maybe Torrey Mitchell, let the remaining UFA’s walk. The Sharks need to bring in some players that will help with the penalty kill and bring some badly needed speed, and at least one who can get goals on the scoreboard. Aside from that, the farm system is going to need some help to. None of the UFA’s who leave would have netted much in return and will only become liabilities on the roster if they are retained…