Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

San Jose Sharks: morning cup of java

Another day, another impressive victory for the San Jose Sharks. They defeated the Vancouver Canucks for the second time in seven days, improved to 4-0-0 on the season, scored at least four goals for the fourth consecutive time…and did it all without getting a goal from Tomas Hertl.

This has been an exciting few days to be a Sharks fan. Between the fallout over Hertl’s (ridiculously) controversial goal, to Joe Thornton’s off-color comments, there’s been a lot to keep up with.

The Sharks don’t play this evening, but do play tomorrow night against the Ottawa Senators. Here is some mandatory reading to get you through your morning. Cheers.

 

Steven Stamkos scored a hat trick last night. That’s only the sixth of his career. *yawn* (ProHockeyTalk)

Want to draw some ire as a reported? Print something that was supposed to be a joke between teammates in the paper. (ProHockeyTalk)

Are we ready to take the Colorado Avalanche for real yet? (NHL.com)

Brad Kurtzberg ranks the top-five San Jose Sharks scorers of all time. (BleacherReport.com)

The Phoenix Coyotes just can’t seem to catch a break. (The Globe and Mail)

And my daily shameless plug: Thomas Vanek clearly hasn’t been paying attention this week. (FanSided.com)

 

That should get you through your morning cup of  java. Feel free to share any interesting links you’ve seen down in the comments, over on the Facebook or up on Twitter. You stay classy now.

Tags: San Jose Sharks

comments powered by Disqus