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San Jose Sharks Morning Java: Links From Around the League


The San Jose Sharks don’t play their next game until tomorrow night, and today will be a light day in the NHL in general. The New Jersey Devils are set to take on the Edmonton Oilers, while the New York Rangers will do battle with the Los Angeles Kings. And that’s it for the docket.

A few interesting articles to go along with your  morning cup of coffee…

 

People in New Jersey are very, very upset about the brass deciding to change their goal song for this season. (Puck Daddy)

Shawn Horcoff gets two minutes for “you can’t do that.” Hysterical. (Puck Daddy)

Teemu Selanne made his final trip to Winnipeg last night, and the crowd couldn’t have been more classy. (NHL.com)

An outstanding and insightful look into Matt Carle‘s journey to the NHL. (THN.com)

Adam Proteau breaks down the trouble that is almost certainly brewing in Philadelphia. New season, same story, eh? (THN.com)

ESPN conducted a player poll about all kinds of things, ranging from who the dirtiest player in the league is to which city deserves a franchise. (ESPN.com)

A breakdown of the can’t-miss games from the upcoming week (yes, the Sharks made the cut). (BleacherReport.com)

And lastly, five reasons that the Sharks will make the Stanley Cup Final. (BleacherReport.com)

 

That’ll do it for us this morning. If you noticed anything interesting around the web, feel free to drop us a line in the comments section or on Twitter.

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