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5 San Jose Sharks to Watch in 2013

Last season was unfamiliar territory for the San Jose Sharks, scrapping through the season and only clinching a playoff spot at the very end. This year, a slow start in a 48-game schedule could be the difference between a summer of hockey and one on the golf course. For San Jose to keep the playoff streak alive, they must get contributions from all members. Here are 5 players to watch on the 2013 San Jose Sharks: 5.) Ryane Clowe Ryane Clowe has been a staple in the Sharks top-six ever since the

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Operation Hat Trick is a Great Success

Even the NHL lockout wasn’t able to keep some of the league’s best players off the ice. Members of fifteen NHL teams hit the ice Saturday night as part of Operation Hat Trick to help raise money for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Over 10,000 fans were in attendance, making this the largest sold-out event at Boardwalk Hall since reopening in 2001 and the first sold-out hockey event since 1933. Interestingly enough, that last event in 1933 was also a fundraiser; the New York Rangers came to town to

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How the Devils Stole Ilya Kovalchuk From Atlanta

Usually when trades are made, each team tries to give the other team something of value – something they want – if only to be able to make a deal with that team again. But in reality, your team is trying to rob the other team blind — kind of like what happened to the Atlanta Thrashers when they traded the best player of their short-lived franchise’s life to New Jersey for a less-than stellar package of players and draft picks. Sure, draft picks can be very valuable, but they are only valuable if

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