Jan 25, 2014; San Jose, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks players from left including center Bracken Kearns (38), center Joe Pavelski (8), center Joe Thornton (19), center Patrick Marleau (12) on the bench during the third period against the Minnesota Wild at SAP Center at San Jose. Sharks won 3 to 2 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports

Pacific Division Notes: Sharks Future, Boudreau's Ability, Oilers Trades

Every Friday we’ll bring you news and notes from FanSided network, focussing on the NHL’s Pacific Division.

*Alex Pietropaolo wonders if Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau can ever reach a conference final. That’s a pretty good question to ask. – Pucks of a Feather

*Here’s your re-introduction to Calgary Flames goaltender Kari Ramo. Don’t get too attached. – Flame for Thought

*Dave Mallet advises the Edmonton Oilers to not take on overpriced veterans from team who need some cap relief. Dave Mallet should be running the Edmonton Oilers – Oil on Whyte

*It’s never too early to preview the Arizona Coyotes season opener. – Howlin Hockey

*Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau will remain with the San Jose Sharks and the San Jose Sharks will remain without a Stanley Cup. – Blades of Teal

*Alex Burrows talks about “The Twin Line” and being satisfied. I’ve always been satisfied when I’m with twins. – The Canuck Way

*We’re looking for writers and editors of our Los Angeles Kings site (Rink Royalty)

If you’re a fan of any team in the Pacific Division and would like to contribute your opinion, make sure to apply to FanSided today.


Tags: Colorado Avalanche Pacific Division

comments powered by Disqus