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However, as the Senators prepare to face the San Jose Sharks on said Ottawa forward Zach Sanford, who had a hat trick in the loss. He would complete the hat trick (five goals on the season; second career hat trick) to retake the lead for the Sens 5-4 at 5:00 of the third. PROJECTED CAP SPACE Tooltip: $7,386,482 TOTAL SAL. BASE SAL. SIGNING BONUS. PERF. BONUS. CLAUSES.

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So far, the 2021-22 season has been much better for the San Jose Sharks than the previous two. There have been a lot of changes for the organization in the past year and there is a great deal for which to be thankful. As of their 19th game, the Sharks are tied for the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference. With American Thanksgiving on Nox 25, here are three things related to the Sharks for which fans should be grateful.

Competent NHL-Level Goaltending

The Sharks’ struggles keeping the puck out of their net have been well documented during the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons. Management felt that if the Sharks could at least get league average goaltending, they could be a playoff contender. Martin Jones was bought out prior to the 2021-22 season and when Josef Korenar was traded away, it was evident that there would be two new netminders for the 2021-22 season.

James Reimer Carolina Hurricanes

So far this season, the Sharks are 12th in the league in expected goals against per 60 minutes (xGA/60), according to Evolving Hockey. Their strong team defense doesn’t quite align with the goaltending performance as they are 17th in actual goals against per 60 minutes (GA/60). Those ranks still fall within the middle third of the league and are a vast improvement from previous seasons. In 2020-21, the Sharks were 27th in xGA/60 and 31st in GA/60. The numbers were similarly bad in the 2019-20 season.

Related: Sharks Play the Long Game Reassigning Eklund

The biggest surprise in net is that veteran journeyman James Reimer has vastly outperformed Adin Hill. Reimer is in his second tour of duty with the Sharks and his previous stint was when the team reached their only Stanley Cup Final in 2015-16. Reimer and Hill have played a similar number of games and while the wins don’t tell the whole story, digging deeper, it should be Reimer’s net for the foreseeable future.

Reimer has nearly 10 more goals saved above expected than Hill and 13 more goals saved above average. In addition, delta Fenwick save percentage, which corrects the quality of protection the team offers, is diametrically opposite for the two, with Reimer again coming out on top. No matter how you look at it, Reimer has been the better goalie, but they can still get wins with Hill in net. At the very least, the combination of Hill and Reimer have the Sharks in the middle of the pack in terms of goals against per game. Sharks fans have been yearning for that bar to be reached for years and it’s something for which they can be thankful.

Rookies Who are Ready to Contribute

Due to salary cap constraints, the Sharks need to have players on their entry-level contracts contribute. In the past two seasons, this has not been the case, despite a similar need. This season the Sharks have had significant contributions from Jonathan Dahlen and Jasper Weatherby, who have been mainstays in the lineup since opening night.

Though Dahlen is currently injured, he has been a part of one of the best lines in hockey. According to Money Puck, Dahlen, Timo Meier, and Logan Couture have the 5th most expected goals for per 60 minutes. Considering how many great lines there are in the league, this is a tremendous feat. Apart from Dahlen, Jacob Middleton has been a stabilizing force next to a resurgent Erik Karlsson. 

Erik Karlsson

During the Sharks’ COVID outbreak, which began on Oct. 30 against the Winnipeg Jets, the young players stepped in and helped the team get three wins in six games and seven points out of a possible 12. Two of those wins were against top teams in the west in the Jets and the Calgary Flames. Ryan Merkley, Nicolas Meloche, Santeri Hatakka, Jaycob Megna, and John Leonard, among others, contributed to the depth that is needed for an NHL team to be successful. There aren’t usually so many inexperienced players in the lineup at once, but they did a fantastic job when called upon.

Two Effective Power Plays

Since Karlsson arrived in San Jose, the Sharks have tried different combinations of him and Brent Burns on the same power play, and it has not worked. The idea that you need to put all your best players on one unit follows flawed logic. Each position on the power play has a unique role. Whether it is the playmaker on the half wall, the trigger man on the faceoff, or the net-front presence, each role is different. Putting your best player in a role that doesn’t suit him can be a mistake. The Sharks saw this last season trying to make Burns the trigger man for the one-timer from the left point, something at which he does not excel.

This season, the Sharks are 18th in power-play percentage, which doesn’t sound great but is a vast improvement on their 29th rank from 2020-21. Even more than their raw percentage, the power play is generating chances. According to Evolving Hockey, the Sharks have the 7th best power play in terms of expected goals for per 60 minutes. With a little bit more luck and fewer hot goalies, the Sharks could easily be in the top five or better.

The Road Ahead

Since the Sharks are in the Pacific Division, they should contend for a playoff spot. After two seasons where there was little hope of postseason hockey, that should be a welcome feat for which to cheer. If the goaltending can continue to be average, the power play can continue to be effective, and the team can continue to get meaningful contributions from their young players, the playoffs should be within reach.



Victor Nuño

Victor Nuño is a physician in private practice in Santa Cruz and an associate professor of osteopathic manipulative medicine at Touro University in California. He is an avid hockey fan ever since the San Jose Sharks joined the NHL in 1991. He plays, watches, and consumes everything related to hockey, but especially the Sharks and AHL affiliate Barracuda. In addition, he is a father to two beautiful young girls and husband to a wonderful wife. Follow me @VictorNuno12

Categories San Jose SharksTags Adin Hill, James Reimer, Jonathan DahlenИсточник: https://thehockeywriters.com/san-jose-sharks-2021-thanksgiving-goaltending-rookies-power-play/

Every franchise has opposing players who have done their team dirty in the past. I’m sure Philadelphia Flyers fans wouldn’t mind Wayne Gretzky taking a few shots from Rocky Balboa after he won two Stanley Cups against them. However, what about the hated players from your own team?

I’m not entirely positive the San Jose Sharks have featured, or do feature currently, a player that is just universally hated and loathed in the teal and white. As with any passionate fan base (as San Jose truly is), there are going to be those who rubbed fans the wrong way. I’ve singled out a few, while maybe not seen by all fans as the hated enemies, players that a good portion of Northern California hockey fans would simply love to forget.

The Disappointment That Was Ed Belfour

We need to give Dean Lombardi credit for taking a chance on Ed Belfour. This was the first move he made as solo GM with his big boy pants on. Sitting only three points out of the playoffs (despite being last in the Pacific Division), Lombardi traded for Belfour. We don’t need to stress the history of Belfour, but if you need a refresher, he won two Vezina Trophies and was a three-time All-Star at the time of the deal. Lombardi rolled the dice with this acquisition. Belfour went 3-9, sporting a 3.41 goals-against average (GAA) and .884 save percentage (SV%). Needless to say, San Jose did not make the playoffs that season.

While Belfour was absolutely dreadful for the Sharks, it was the following offseason that set the tone. As a fan, you obviously have the right to be frustrated at a player for underperforming for your team (more on that later). However, in Belfour’s case, when that player wants to wash his hands of your franchise with no real explanation, that’s a different story. The Sharks wanted Belfour to stay, so much in fact the team hired Darryl Sutter to try and appease Belfour and his agent Ron Salcer.

“He felt [hiring Sutter] was a definite commitment by the team to instill the discipline and winning attitude that was missing,” said Ron Salcer, Belfour’s agent at the time. “He is real pleased. I would anticipate that Eddie would be a San Jose Shark and we are interested in making it a career in San Jose.”

From (Coach Boosts Belfour Bid, San Francisco Gate ,06/11/97)

As most stories go involving agents promising a client’s commitment, Salcer was full of crap. The agent of the All-Pro goalie made Lombardi and the Sharks look like the court jesters’ of the NHL. Belfour signed with Dallas for less money because he saw them as a stronger team. While terms were never disclosed, Belfour (at the time) was the highest-paid player in Dallas Stars history with the contract.

Ed Belfour Dallas Stars

Ironically enough, the Sharks faced Belfour in the playoffs during his first season with Dallas; the Shark Tank was sure to let him have it (San Jose lost the series 4-2). Despite all of the drama from the Belfour year, the Sharks were able to get one thing right after that disastrous Belfour experimental season.  The team’s bad play with Belfour enabled them to take Patrick Marleau with the second overall pick of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.

Thanks, Ed.

Raffi Torres Goes From Villain to Hero to Villain

The Raffi Torres legacy in San Jose is a rather strange one. The NHL has seen their fair share of heavy hitters over the years; Torres has been one of the more notorious in recent memory. His story with San Jose ends the same way it began: a cheap shot.

This strange saga started during the 2006 Western Conference Semifinal. The favored Sharks were up 2-0 on the Edmonton Oilers, and the anticipation in San Jose was at an all-time high. Going into Game 3, fans smelled blood in the water. San Jose was almost assured of heading to the Stanley Cup. That was until Torres changed the course of the series. Torres took out Sharks’ promising rookie, Milan Michalek. That hit changed the momentum of the series, as San Jose failed to find their footing after the incident. As a result, the Edmonton Oilers advanced to the 2006 Stanley Cup Final.

Years later, with that incident seemingly in the rearview mirror, the Sharks traded a third-round pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft for Torres. The player who ended the Sharks’ run at the Stanley Cup was now playing in teal. Fans, while absolutely having a right to hate his guts, did end up embracing Torres. However, the nature of his game ended his time with the Sharks and appeal to the fanbase.

Related: Sharks Vlasic And Simek Could Be Lineup Scratches By Seasons’ End

In the first instance, during a 2013 second-round playoff matchup with the Los Angeles Kings, Torres took out Jarett Stoll. The NHL would suspend him for the rest of the series (which San Jose lost). The final straw came during a 2015 preseason game against the Anaheim Ducks. Torres fired an illegal check to the head of Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg. The hit resulted in a 41-game suspension for Torres, who never played an NHL game after that incident.

It’s Okay To Be Resentful of Erik Karlsson

As mentioned in the Belfour section of this article, fans have a right to be upset when a player underperforms. Erik Karlsson is not a hated player by any means (I’d argue he’s disliked by a good majority). Karlsson, who’s getting paid $92 million over nine years, has been extremely underwhelming during his Sharks tenure. A former Norris Trophy winner, he had seasons with Ottawa of 82, 78, 74 and 71 points. His season-high point total for San Jose is a minuscule 45 points.

Erik Karlsson

Beyond the lack of production from Karlsson, there is still a small majority of fans who haven’t forgotten his incident with current teammate, Marc Edouard Vlasic. While the two have seemingly made up, there was an obvious lack of respect between the two at one point in their careers. Fans love the energy and passion from Pickles; he’s always been a fan favorite (the complete opposite end of the spectrum that this list is portraying).

San Jose has had some real pain in the butt players over the years. This fan base, while passionate, knows that you’re a Shark for life when you put on the teal sweater. While the three players mentioned have indeed rubbed fans the wrong way, they’ve all made some contributions to the roster. I just wouldn’t expect Belfour, Torres, or Karlsson to be welcomed back for the team’s 50-year anniversary celebration.



Daniel Gentile

Growing up in South Florida, I’ve lived through the “Year of the Rat”. I’ve seen my fair share of Blue Jackets triumphs and failures living in Ohio. Now, I look to Northern California and the Sharks as my new home team. 

Categories Hockey History, Sharks HistoryTags Ed Belfour, Erik Karlsson, Raffi TorresИсточник: https://thehockeywriters.com/sharks-regrettable-players-belfour-karlsson-torres/

Ovechkin, Sheary score 2 each as Caps blank Sharks 4-0

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Alex Ovechkin and Conor Sheary each scored two goals to lead the Washington Capitals over the San Jose Sharks 4-0 on Saturday night.

Ilya Samsonov turned back 22 shots for his second straight shutout as the Capitals won for the sixth time in a seven-game point streak. Samsonov was playing in consecutive games for the first time this season.

“I hope (Samsonov) is gonna play like that for the rest of the year,” Ovechkin said.

“I think he and Vitek (Vanecek) play solid. ... For us it’s very important that we have two goalies who if we make mistakes, they’re going to stop it.”

San Jose forward Noah Gregor, called up from the team’s nearby AHL affiliate earlier in the day, led the Sharks with five shots on goal.

Sheary scored just more than two minutes into the game and Ovechkin added a power-play goal with just over six minutes left in the first period.

Ovechkin’s 13th goal was his first since Nov. 12, when the 12-time All-Star scored his 742nd career goal to pass Brett Hull for fourth on the all-time list.

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Sheary added an insurance goal at 15:10 of the third and Ovechkin an empty-netter with just over a minute left.

“I thought the second period was sloppy for us,” Capitals coach Peter Laviolette said.

“It was fortunate that we came out of the second period up 2-0, and then I thought we played a really good third period. Much more detailed and simple and disciplined game with the puck.”

San Jose has lost four of five and six of eight.

The Sharks had a chance to get back in the game late in the second period but failed to capitalize on a four-minute double minor on Carl Hagelin for high-sticking. San Jose was 0 for 4 on power plays.

“We’re probably not shooting enough with traffic. We have enough time with it. They pressured a lot," Sharks captain Logan Couture said. “We did have some good looks.”

Adin Hill had 19 saves for the Sharks.

KANE UPDATE

Sharks coach Bob Boughner addressed the status of forward Evander Kane, who is serving a 21-game suspension for submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card. Kane is eligible to return Nov. 30.

“I wish I had more information. I don’t and that’s completely honest. (But) I know there are decisions that need to be made,” Boughner said.

NOTES: Capitals forwards Nic Dowd and T.J. Oshie were both back on the ice after missing time due to leg injuries. Dowd hadn’t played since Nov. 8, and Oshie since Oct. 27. … The Capitals assigned rookie F Brett Leason to their AHL affiliate in Hershey, Pennsylvania. … Samsonov was making his first career appearance against San Jose. ... Sharks forward Kevin Labanc was issued a one-game suspension for slew footing St. Louis center Tyler Bozak. Labanc was called for a two-minute tripping penalty during San Jose’s 4-1 road loss. He served the suspension Saturday. … The Sharks recalled Gregor and forward Jeffrey Viel from their AHL affiliate in San Jose. ... F Lane Pederson (lower body) was placed on IR. … C Jonathan Dahlen exited with just under seven minutes left in the first period with an apparent shoulder injury and did not return. … D Erik Karlsson’s next game will be his 800th.

UP NEXT

Capitals: Visit the Seattle Kraken on Sunday night.

Sharks: Host the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday night.

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Источник: https://www.bigrapidsnews.com/sports/article/Ovechkin-Sheary-score-2-each-as-Caps-blank-16638850.php

SAN JOSE SHARKS

FORWARDS (14 - $34,768,333)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Couture, Logan "C"6 UFAM-NTCC, LWNHLDraft329.8$8,000,000$8,000,000$9,000,000$6,000,000$0$3,000,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$8,000,000$4,000,000$0$4,000,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$8,000,000$8,000,000$0$0M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0M-NTC$8,000,000
Future Year Expiry
$8,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0M-NTCMeier, Timo2 RFALW, RWNHLDraft257.4$6,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$4,000,000$0$2,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$10,000,000$10,000,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Hertl, Tomas "A"1 UFAM-NTCC, RWNHLDraft286.9$5,625,000$5,625,000$5,500,000$3,500,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

Labanc, Kevin3 UFARW, LWNHLDraft255.8$4,725,000$4,725,000$3,950,000$2,950,000$0$1,000,000$4,725,000$4,725,000$5,875,000$5,875,000$0$0$4,725,000$4,725,000$5,875,000$5,875,000$0$0

UFA

Bonino, Nick2 UFAM-NTCCNHLSigned332.5$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$0$0M-NTC$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$0$0M-NTC

UFA

Balcers, Rūdolfs2 RFARW, LWNHLWaivers241.9$1,550,000$1,550,000$1,250,000$1,250,000$0$0$1,550,000$1,550,000$1,850,000$1,850,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Cogliano, Andrew1 UFALWNHLSigned341.2$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$0$0

UFA

Barabanov, Alexander1 UFARW, LWNHLTrade271.2$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$900,000$0$100,000

UFA

Nieto, Matt2 UFALW, RWNHLSigned291.0$850,000$850,000$850,000$850,000$0$0$850,000$850,000$850,000$850,000$0$0

UFA

Reedy, Scott2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCNHLDraft221.0$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500

RFA

Weatherby, Jasper2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCNHLDraft231.0$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500

RFA

Gadjovich, Jonah1 RFAELCLWNHLWaivers231.0$783,333$863,333$832,500$832,500$0$0

RFA

Gregor, Noah1 RFAWaivers ExemptC, LWNHLDraft230.9$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0

RFA

Dahlén, Jonathan1 RFALW, CNHLTrade230.9$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL26.542.7$34,768,333$35,013,333$34,617,500$26,332,500$165,000$8,285,000$24,860,000$25,025,000$30,310,000$26,125,000$165,000$4,185,000$12,725,000$12,725,000$13,875,000$13,875,000$0$0$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0$8,000,000$8,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0DEFENSE (7 - $31,250,833)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Karlsson, Erik "A"6 UFANMCRDNHLTrade3114.1$11,500,000$11,500,000$14,500,000$5,500,000$0$9,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$12,000,000$2,000,000$0$10,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$11,500,000$10,500,000$0$1,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$11,000,000$10,000,000$0$1,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$9,000,000$4,000,000$0$5,000,000NMC$11,500,000
Future Year Expiry
$11,500,000$7,500,000$1,500,000$0$6,000,000NMCBurns, Brent "A"4 UFAM-NTCRDNHLTrade369.8$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,500,000$4,000,000$0$3,500,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$6,500,000$3,000,000$0$3,500,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$5,000,000$3,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$5,000,000$3,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

Vlasic, Marc-Édouard5 UFANMCLD/RDNHLDraft348.6$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,250,000$7,250,000$0$0NMC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,250,000$5,000,000$0$2,250,000NMC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,250,000$7,250,000$0$0M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$4,500,000$0$2,500,000M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$5,500,000$3,500,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

Simek, Radim3 UFALDNHLSigned292.8$2,250,000$2,250,000$2,450,000$1,950,000$0$500,000$2,250,000$2,250,000$2,150,000$1,650,000$0$500,000$2,250,000$2,250,000$1,950,000$1,950,000$0$0

UFA

Ferraro, Mario1 RFAELCPerformance BonusLDNHLDraft231.1$925,000$1,137,500$925,000$832,500$212,500$92,500

RFA

Hatakka, Santeri3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLDNHLDraft201.0$850,833$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$867,500$775,000$57,500$92,500

RFA

Middleton, Jacob1 RFALDNHLSigned250.9$725,000$725,000$750,000$750,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL28.338.3$31,250,833$31,537,500$34,217,500$21,032,500$295,000$13,185,000$29,600,833$29,675,000$28,742,500$12,400,000$82,500$16,342,500$29,600,833$29,675,000$26,567,500$23,475,000$57,500$3,092,500$26,500,000$26,500,000$23,000,000$17,500,000$0$5,500,000$18,500,000$18,500,000$14,500,000$7,500,000$0$7,000,000$11,500,000$11,500,000$7,500,000$1,500,000$0$6,000,000GOALIES (2 - $4,425,000)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Reimer, James2 UFAM-NTCGNHLSigned332.8$2,250,000$2,250,000$1,750,000$1,750,000$0$0M-NTC$2,250,000$2,250,000$2,750,000$2,750,000$0$0M-NTC

UFA

Hill, Adin2 UFAGNHLTrade252.7$2,175,000$2,175,000$1,675,000$1,675,000$0$0$2,175,000$2,175,000$2,675,000$2,675,000$0$0

UFA

TOTAL29.05.4$4,425,000$4,425,000$3,425,000$3,425,000$0$0$4,425,000$4,425,000$5,425,000$5,425,000$0$0INJURED RESERVE (2 - $1,546,667)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Knyzhov, Nikolai1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptLD/RDIR InjurySigned231.0$796,667$810,000$830,000$750,000$0$80,000

RFA

Pederson, Lane2 RFACIR InjuryTrade240.9$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL23.51.9$1,546,667$1,560,000$1,580,000$1,500,000$0$80,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0

DEAD CAP

BUYOUT HISTORY (1)YEARS REMAINING2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Martin Jones$1,916,667$1,666,667$0$2,416,667$1,666,667$0$2,916,667$1,666,667$0$1,666,667$1,666,667$0$1,666,667$1,666,667$0$1,666,667$1,666,667$0TOTAL$1,916,667$1,666,667$2,416,667$1,666,667$2,916,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667

ACQUIRED METHOD SUMMARY

Roster Statistics
ROSTER SIZE 23157432STANDARD PLAYER CONTRACTS 462715532AVERAGE AGE 27.329.131.636.336.336.5ROSTER SIGNING BONUSES $21,550,000$20,527,500$3,092,500$5,500,000$7,000,000$6,000,000
Cap Hit Statistics
ROSTER & BURIED CAP HIT $71,990,833$59,635,833$42,325,833$34,500,000$26,500,000$19,500,000DEAD CAP HIT $1,916,667$2,416,667$2,916,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667CARRYOVER BONUS OVERAGES ------PROJECTED CAP HIT $74,117,268$62,052,500$45,242,500$36,166,667$28,166,667$21,166,667SALARY CAP $81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000PROJECTED CAP SPACE $7,382,732$19,447,500$36,257,500$45,333,333$53,333,333$60,333,333CURRENT CAP SPACE $9,465,041-----
Additional Statistics
POTENTIAL PERFORMANCE BONUSES $460,000$247,500$57,500$0$0$0ESTIMATED SALARY EXPENDITURE $78,110,000$67,097,500$41,827,500$30,000,000$21,500,000$13,500,000DEAD CAP SALARY EXPENDITURE $1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667NON-ROSTER SIGNING BONUSES $1,152,500$540,000$275,000---RETAINED SALARY REMAINING 333333

NON-ROSTER

SUSPENDED WITHOUT PAY (1)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Kane, Evander4 UFAM-NTCLW, RWSuspended w/o PayTrade30-$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$5,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$4,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

TOTAL30.0-$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$5,000,000$0$2,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$4,000,000$0$2,000,000FORWARDS (16)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Leonard, John1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLW, RWMinorDraft23-$925,000$1,137,500$70,000$70,000$212,500$92,500
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Eklund, William3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitLWLoanDraft18-$925,000$1,775,000$925,000$832,500$850,000$92,500$925,000$1,775,000$925,000$832,500$850,000$92,500$925,000$1,775,000$925,000$832,500$850,000$92,500

RFA

Wiesblatt, Ozzy3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitRWJuniorDraft19-$866,667$894,167$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$866,667$894,167$80,000$80,000$0$92,500$866,667$894,167$80,000$80,000$0$0

RFA

Gushchin, Daniil3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitLWJuniorDraft19-$850,833$925,000$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$80,000$80,000$57,500$92,500

RFA

Raska, Adam3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLW, RWMinorDraft20-$848,333$900,000$75,000$75,000$60,000$90,000$848,333$900,000$80,000$80,000$60,000$90,000$848,333$900,000$80,000$80,000$35,000$90,000

RFA

Robins, Tristen3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitCJuniorDraft20-$828,333$894,167$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$828,333$894,167$80,000$80,000$57,500$92,500$828,333$894,167$80,000$80,000$57,500$0

RFA

Ibragimov, Timur2 RFAELCWaivers ExemptLWMinorDraft21-$813,333$820,000$70,000$70,000$0$80,000$813,333$820,000$70,000$70,000$0$80,000

RFA

Hamaliuk, Dillon3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLWMinorDraft21-$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$92,500$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$0$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$82,500$0

RFA

Gallant, Zachary1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptCMinorSigned22-$786,667$786,667$70,000$70,000$0$70,000

RFA

Chmelevski, Alexander1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCMinorDraft22-$778,333$927,500$70,000$70,000$132,500$0

RFA

McGrew, Jacob1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCMinorDraft22-$773,333$855,000$70,000$70,000$20,000$0

RFA

Merkley, Nick1 RFARW, CMinorSigned24-$750,000$750,000$400,000$400,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Blichfeld, Joachim1 RFAWaivers ExemptRW, LWMinorDraft23-$750,000$750,000$85,000$85,000$0$0

RFA

Kellman, Joel1 UFACMinorSigned27-$750,000$750,000$800,000$800,000$0$0

UFA

Truchon-Viel, Jeffrey2 RFAWaivers ExemptLWMinorSigned24-$750,000$750,000$225,000$225,000$0$0$750,000$750,000$275,000$275,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Halbgewachs, Jayden1 RFALW, CMinorSigned24-$725,000$725,000$200,000$200,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL21.8-$12,909,999$14,545,001$3,370,000$3,277,500$1,655,000$795,000$6,671,666$7,863,334$1,660,000$1,567,500$1,182,500$540,000$5,108,333$6,293,334$1,315,000$1,222,500$1,082,500$275,000DEFENSE (5)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Pasichnuk, Brinson1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLDMinorSigned24-$925,000$1,775,000$70,000$70,000$850,000$92,500

RFA

Merkley, Ryan2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptRDMinorDraft21-$863,333$1,163,333$70,000$70,000$300,000$0$863,333$1,163,333$70,000$70,000$300,000$0

RFA

Kniazev, Artemi3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLDMinorDraft20-$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$92,500$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$0$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$82,500$0

RFA

Megna, Jaycob1 UFALDMinorSigned28-$750,000$750,000$300,000$300,000$0$0

UFA

Meloche, Nicolas1 RFARDMinorTrade24-$750,000$750,000$170,000$170,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL23.4-$4,077,500$5,343,333$680,000$680,000$1,282,500$185,000$1,652,500$2,068,333$140,000$140,000$432,500$0$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$82,500$0GOALIES (3)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Melnichuk, Alexei1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptGMinorSigned23-$925,000$925,000$70,000$70,000$0$92,500

RFA

Émond, Zacharie2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptGMinorDraft21-$786,667$800,000$70,000$70,000$20,000$80,000$786,667$800,000$70,000$70,000$0$0

RFA

Sawchenko, Zach1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptGMinorSigned23-$725,000$725,000$80,000$80,000$0$0

RFA

TOTAL22.3-$2,436,667$2,450,000$220,000$220,000$20,000$172,500$786,667$800,000$70,000$70,000$0$0
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Following a scoreless first period, DeAngelo put the visitors ahead at 1:16 of the middle frame. Seconds after one of his shot attempts from the point was blocked, the Hurricanes defenseman had the puck come to him again, and he unloaded a top-corner bomb that found the mark for his fourth goal of the season.

As the Sharks appeared destined to be shut out for the second consecutive game, Labanc evened the count at the 3:54 mark of the third period.

After Matt Nieto forced a turnover with his forechecking, Jasper Weatherby fed the puck to Labanc at the right faceoff dot. Labanc immediately ripped home a shot period for his third goal — and first even-strength point — of the season. The goal ended San Jose’s goalless string at 135 minutes and 38 seconds.

San Jose defenseman Erik Karlsson played his 800th career NHL game. The Sharks also summed forward Scott Reedy, who led the AHL’s San Jose Barracuda with 12 points, for his NHL debut. The 22-year-old had an even rating in 10:56 of ice time.

–Field Level Media

Источник: https://sportsnaut.com/watch-san-jose-sharks-pull-out-ot-win-over-carolina-hurricanes/

Timo Meier’s Goal, 2 Assists Lead Sharks Past Senators

SAN JOSE (AP) — Timo Meier scored the go-ahead goal with 8:42 remaining and added two assists as the San Jose Sharks handed the Ottawa Senators their third straight loss, 6-3 on Wednesday night.

Matt Nieto, Tomas Hertl, Nick Bonino, Logan Couture and Jacob Middleton also scored for San Jose, which won its second consecutive game. James Reimer made 26 saves to earn his sixth win.

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Brady Tkachuk had a goal and an assist for the Senators, who also got goals from Josh Norris and Connor Brown. Matt Murray made 23 saves in defeat.

Timo Meier #28 of the San Jose Sharks celebrates scoring a goal against the Ottawa Senators at SAP Center on November 24, 2021 in San Jose. (Kavin Mistry/NHLI via Getty Images)

Timo Meier #28 of the San Jose Sharks celebrates scoring a goal against the Ottawa Senators at SAP Center on November 24, 2021 in San Jose. (Kavin Mistry/NHLI via Getty Images)

Nieto opened the scoring for San Jose with his first of the season just over seven minutes into the first period.

Norris netted the equalizer later in the period for his team-high eighth goal.

Hertl’s eighth put the Sharks ahead 2-1 in the second, but Tkachuk and Brown answered with goals 1:33 apart to give Ottawa its first lead.

Bonino, playing in his 700th career game, tied it on the power play with 31 seconds left in the second period, his first goal with the Sharks.

With the game tied at 3, Meier buried his seventh of the season just more than midway through the third. Couture added an empty-netter with 1:04 left, his seventh goal of the season. Middleton also scored an empty-netter in the final minute for his first NHL goal.

BACK IN TOWN

Dylan Gambrell returned to San Jose for the first time since being traded to Ottawa for a seventh-round draft pick on Oct. 24.

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“Mixed emotions, I guess,” Gambrell said before the game. “It’s great to be back. I enjoyed my time here, obviously, and everybody was great to me. It’s great to be back, but at the same time, being on a different team now, it’s like any other game once you get on the ice.”

Gambrell was minus-1 in 10:32 on the ice.

KANE SUSPENSION

Sharks coach Bob Boughner was asked about LW Evander Kane, who is eligible to return on Nov. 30 after his 21-game suspension for submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card.

“There’s been no update,” Boughner said. “Obviously, there’s gonna have to be here in the next four, five days. But from my standpoint, I think we’re just doing a good job of trying to eliminate any distractions and I think Evander’s done a good job of that and let us focus on our team and what we have here and what we can control, and we’ll get to that point.”

NOTES: Sharks C Jonathan Dahlen missed his second straight game with an upper-body injury. He remains day-to-day. … D Brent Burns didn’t have a point, ending a 14-game streak against the Senators dating to 2013. … Senators D Nikita Zaitsev was removed from the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol and was plus-1 in 15:17 of ice time. RW Drake Batherson remains on the protocol list.

UP NEXT

Senators: Visit the Anaheim Ducks on Friday.

Sharks: Host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday.

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SAN JOSE SHARKS HAT ARRIVAL!

SAN JOSE Is spoiled milk bad for you colspan="2">FORWARDS (14 - $34,768,333)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Couture, Logan "C"6 UFAM-NTCC, LWNHLDraft329.8$8,000,000$8,000,000$9,000,000$6,000,000$0$3,000,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$8,000,000$4,000,000$0$4,000,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$8,000,000$8,000,000$0$0M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0M-NTC$8,000,000
Future Year Expiry
$8,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0M-NTCMeier, Timo2 RFALW, RWNHLDraft257.4$6,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$4,000,000$0$2,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$10,000,000$10,000,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Hertl, Tomas "A"1 UFAM-NTCC, RWNHLDraft286.9$5,625,000$5,625,000$5,500,000$3,500,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

Labanc, Kevin3 UFARW, LWNHLDraft255.8$4,725,000$4,725,000$3,950,000$2,950,000$0$1,000,000$4,725,000$4,725,000$5,875,000$5,875,000$0$0$4,725,000$4,725,000$5,875,000$5,875,000$0$0

UFA

Bonino, Nick2 UFAM-NTCCNHLSigned332.5$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$0$0M-NTC$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$2,050,000$0$0M-NTC

UFA

Balcers, Rūdolfs2 RFARW, LWNHLWaivers241.9$1,550,000$1,550,000$1,250,000$1,250,000$0$0$1,550,000$1,550,000$1,850,000$1,850,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Cogliano, Andrew1 UFALWNHLSigned341.2$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$0$0

UFA

Barabanov, Alexander1 UFARW, LWNHLTrade271.2$1,000,000$1,000,000$1,000,000$900,000$0$100,000

UFA

Nieto, Matt2 UFALW, RWNHLSigned291.0$850,000$850,000$850,000$850,000$0$0$850,000$850,000$850,000$850,000$0$0

UFA

Reedy, Scott2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCNHLDraft221.0$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500

RFA

Weatherby, Jasper2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCNHLDraft231.0$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$842,500$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500

RFA

Gadjovich, Jonah1 RFAELCLWNHLWaivers231.0$783,333$863,333$832,500$832,500$0$0

RFA

Gregor, Noah1 RFAWaivers ExemptC, LWNHLDraft230.9$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0

RFA

Dahlén, Jonathan1 RFALW, CNHLTrade230.9$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL26.542.7$34,768,333$35,013,333$34,617,500$26,332,500$165,000$8,285,000$24,860,000$25,025,000$30,310,000$26,125,000$165,000$4,185,000$12,725,000$12,725,000$13,875,000$13,875,000$0$0$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0$8,000,000$8,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0DEFENSE (7 - $31,250,833)YEARS Nys child support bank of america colspan="2">Karlsson, Erik "A"6 UFANMCRDNHLTrade3114.1$11,500,000$11,500,000$14,500,000$5,500,000$0$9,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$12,000,000$2,000,000$0$10,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$11,500,000$10,500,000$0$1,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$11,000,000$10,000,000$0$1,000,000NMC$11,500,000$11,500,000$9,000,000$4,000,000$0$5,000,000NMC$11,500,000
Future Year Expiry
$11,500,000$7,500,000$1,500,000$0$6,000,000NMCBurns, Brent "A"4 UFAM-NTCRDNHLTrade369.8$8,000,000$8,000,000$7,500,000$4,000,000$0$3,500,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$6,500,000$3,000,000$0$3,500,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$5,000,000$3,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC$8,000,000$8,000,000$5,000,000$3,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

Vlasic, Marc-Édouard5 UFANMCLD/RDNHLDraft348.6$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,250,000$7,250,000$0$0NMC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,250,000$5,000,000$0$2,250,000NMC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,250,000$7,250,000$0$0M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$4,500,000$0$2,500,000M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$5,500,000$3,500,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

Simek, Radim3 UFALDNHLSigned292.8$2,250,000$2,250,000$2,450,000$1,950,000$0$500,000$2,250,000$2,250,000$2,150,000$1,650,000$0$500,000$2,250,000$2,250,000$1,950,000$1,950,000$0$0

UFA

Ferraro, Mario1 RFAELCPerformance BonusLDNHLDraft231.1$925,000$1,137,500$925,000$832,500$212,500$92,500

RFA

Hatakka, Santeri3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLDNHLDraft201.0$850,833$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$842,500$750,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$867,500$775,000$57,500$92,500

RFA

Middleton, Jacob1 RFALDNHLSigned250.9$725,000$725,000$750,000$750,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL28.338.3$31,250,833$31,537,500$34,217,500$21,032,500$295,000$13,185,000$29,600,833$29,675,000$28,742,500$12,400,000$82,500$16,342,500$29,600,833$29,675,000$26,567,500$23,475,000$57,500$3,092,500$26,500,000$26,500,000$23,000,000$17,500,000$0$5,500,000$18,500,000$18,500,000$14,500,000$7,500,000$0$7,000,000$11,500,000$11,500,000$7,500,000$1,500,000$0$6,000,000GOALIES (2 - $4,425,000)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Reimer, James2 UFAM-NTCGNHLSigned332.8$2,250,000$2,250,000$1,750,000$1,750,000$0$0M-NTC$2,250,000$2,250,000$2,750,000$2,750,000$0$0M-NTC

UFA

Hill, Adin2 UFAGNHLTrade252.7$2,175,000$2,175,000$1,675,000$1,675,000$0$0$2,175,000$2,175,000$2,675,000$2,675,000$0$0

UFA

TOTAL29.05.4$4,425,000$4,425,000$3,425,000$3,425,000$0$0$4,425,000$4,425,000$5,425,000$5,425,000$0$0INJURED RESERVE (2 - $1,546,667)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Knyzhov, Nikolai1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptLD/RDIR InjurySigned231.0$796,667$810,000$830,000$750,000$0$80,000

RFA

Pederson, Lane2 RFACIR InjuryTrade240.9$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL23.51.9$1,546,667$1,560,000$1,580,000$1,500,000$0$80,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$750,000$0$0

DEAD CAP

BUYOUT HISTORY (1)YEARS REMAINING2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Martin Jones$1,916,667$1,666,667$0$2,416,667$1,666,667$0$2,916,667$1,666,667$0$1,666,667$1,666,667$0$1,666,667$1,666,667$0$1,666,667$1,666,667$0TOTAL$1,916,667$1,666,667$2,416,667$1,666,667$2,916,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667

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Roster Statistics
ROSTER SIZE 23157432STANDARD PLAYER CONTRACTS 462715532AVERAGE AGE 27.329.131.636.336.336.5ROSTER SIGNING BONUSES $21,550,000$20,527,500$3,092,500$5,500,000$7,000,000$6,000,000
Cap Hit Statistics
ROSTER & BURIED CAP HIT $71,990,833$59,635,833$42,325,833$34,500,000$26,500,000$19,500,000DEAD CAP HIT $1,916,667$2,416,667$2,916,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667CARRYOVER BONUS OVERAGES ------PROJECTED CAP HIT $74,117,268$62,052,500$45,242,500$36,166,667$28,166,667$21,166,667SALARY CAP $81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000$81,500,000PROJECTED CAP SPACE $7,382,732$19,447,500$36,257,500$45,333,333$53,333,333$60,333,333CURRENT CAP SPACE $9,465,041-----
Additional Statistics
POTENTIAL PERFORMANCE BONUSES $460,000$247,500$57,500$0$0$0ESTIMATED SALARY EXPENDITURE $78,110,000$67,097,500$41,827,500$30,000,000$21,500,000$13,500,000DEAD CAP SALARY EXPENDITURE $1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667$1,666,667NON-ROSTER SIGNING BONUSES $1,152,500$540,000$275,000---RETAINED SALARY REMAINING 333333

NON-ROSTER

SUSPENDED WITHOUT PAY (1)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Kane, Evander4 UFAM-NTCLW, RWSuspended w/o PayTrade30-$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$5,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0M-NTC$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$4,000,000$0$2,000,000M-NTC

UFA

TOTAL30.0-$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$0$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$5,000,000$0$2,000,000$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$6,000,000$0$0$7,000,000$7,000,000$6,000,000$4,000,000$0$2,000,000FORWARDS (16)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Leonard, John1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLW, RWMinorDraft23-$925,000$1,137,500$70,000$70,000$212,500$92,500
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Eklund, William3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitLWLoanDraft18-$925,000$1,775,000$925,000$832,500$850,000$92,500$925,000$1,775,000$925,000$832,500$850,000$92,500$925,000$1,775,000$925,000$832,500$850,000$92,500

RFA

Wiesblatt, Ozzy3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitRWJuniorDraft19-$866,667$894,167$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$866,667$894,167$80,000$80,000$0$92,500$866,667$894,167$80,000$80,000$0$0

RFA

Gushchin, Daniil3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitLWJuniorDraft19-$850,833$925,000$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$850,833$925,000$80,000$80,000$57,500$92,500

RFA

Raska, Adam3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLW, RWMinorDraft20-$848,333$900,000$75,000$75,000$60,000$90,000$848,333$900,000$80,000$80,000$60,000$90,000$848,333$900,000$80,000$80,000$35,000$90,000

RFA

Robins, Tristen3 RFAELCPerformance BonusSlide CandidateWaivers ExemptExempt from the 50 Contract LimitCJuniorDraft20-$828,333$894,167$80,000$80,000$82,500$92,500$828,333$894,167$80,000$80,000$57,500$92,500$828,333$894,167$80,000$80,000$57,500$0

RFA

Ibragimov, Timur2 RFAELCWaivers ExemptLWMinorDraft21-$813,333$820,000$70,000$70,000$0$80,000$813,333$820,000$70,000$70,000$0$80,000

RFA

Hamaliuk, Dillon3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLWMinorDraft21-$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$92,500$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$0$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$82,500$0

RFA

Gallant, Zachary1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptCMinorSigned22-$786,667$786,667$70,000$70,000$0$70,000

RFA

Chmelevski, Alexander1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCMinorDraft22-$778,333$927,500$70,000$70,000$132,500$0

RFA

McGrew, Jacob1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptCMinorDraft22-$773,333$855,000$70,000$70,000$20,000$0

RFA

Merkley, Nick1 RFARW, CMinorSigned24-$750,000$750,000$400,000$400,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Blichfeld, Joachim1 RFAWaivers ExemptRW, LWMinorDraft23-$750,000$750,000$85,000$85,000$0$0

RFA

Kellman, Joel1 UFACMinorSigned27-$750,000$750,000$800,000$800,000$0$0

UFA

Truchon-Viel, Jeffrey2 RFAWaivers ExemptLWMinorSigned24-$750,000$750,000$225,000$225,000$0$0$750,000$750,000$275,000$275,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
Halbgewachs, Jayden1 RFALW, CMinorSigned24-$725,000$725,000$200,000$200,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL21.8-$12,909,999$14,545,001$3,370,000$3,277,500$1,655,000$795,000$6,671,666$7,863,334$1,660,000$1,567,500$1,182,500$540,000$5,108,333$6,293,334$1,315,000$1,222,500$1,082,500$275,000DEFENSE (5)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Pasichnuk, Brinson1 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLDMinorSigned24-$925,000$1,775,000$70,000$70,000$850,000$92,500

RFA

Merkley, Ryan2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptRDMinorDraft21-$863,333$1,163,333$70,000$70,000$300,000$0$863,333$1,163,333$70,000$70,000$300,000$0

RFA

Kniazev, Artemi3 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptLDMinorDraft20-$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$92,500$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$132,500$0$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$82,500$0

RFA

Megna, Jaycob1 UFALDMinorSigned28-$750,000$750,000$300,000$300,000$0$0

UFA

Meloche, Nicolas1 RFARDMinorTrade24-$750,000$750,000$170,000$170,000$0$0
Arbitration EligibleRFA
TOTAL23.4-$4,077,500$5,343,333$680,000$680,000$1,282,500$185,000$1,652,500$2,068,333$140,000$140,000$432,500$0$789,167$905,000$70,000$70,000$82,500$0GOALIES (3)YEARS REMAININGTERMSPOSSTATUSACQUIREDAGECAP%2021-222022-232023-242024-252025-262026-27Melnichuk, Alexei1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptGMinorSigned23-$925,000$925,000$70,000$70,000$0$92,500

RFA

Émond, Zacharie2 RFAELCPerformance BonusWaivers ExemptGMinorDraft21-$786,667$800,000$70,000$70,000$20,000$80,000$786,667$800,000$70,000$70,000$0$0

RFA

Sawchenko, Zach1 RFAELCWaivers ExemptGMinorSigned23-$725,000$725,000$80,000$80,000$0$0

RFA

TOTAL22.3-$2,436,667$2,450,000$220,000$220,000$20,000$172,500$786,667$800,000$70,000$70,000$0$0
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Ottawa Senators at San Jose Sharks Preview - November 24, 2021

The San Jose Sharks host the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday November 24th, 10:40pm ET at SAP Center at San Jose in NHL Regular Season play.

The San Jose Sharks are favored in the matchup, with the moneyline for SAN set at -175. The Ottawa Senators are the underdog. OTT’s moneyline is +140.

Before betting on OTT at SAN, take a look at the teams’ and players’ past performances:

The home team has covered the puck line in seven of the last eight games between the Senators and Sharks.

  • Puck Line: San Jose Sharks -1.5 (+143)
  • A bet of $100 wins $143 if the San Jose Sharks win by 1.5 goals

The Sharks have won the first period in each of their last four games following a home win.

  • Period 1 Winner: San Jose Sharks +140
  • Bet of $100 wins $140 if San Jose Sharks win the first period

Zach Sanford has scored at least one goal in three of the Senators' last five games.

  • Zach Sanford To Score A Goal Including Overtime: +310
  • Bet of $100 wins $310 if Zach Sanford scores a goal

Logan Couture has scored a goal in three of the Sharks' last five games against the Senators at SAP Center at San Jose.

  • Logan Couture To Score A Goal Including Overtime: +188
  • Bet of $100 wins $188 if Logan Couture scores a goal
Источник: https://www.yardbarker.com/nhl/articles/ottawa_senators_at_san_jose_sharks_preview_november_24_2021/s1_16949_36533216

Ovechkin, Sheary score 2 each as Caps blank Sharks 4-0

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Alex Ovechkin and Conor Sheary each scored two goals to lead the Washington Capitals over the San Jose Sharks 4-0 on Saturday night.

Ilya Samsonov turned back 22 shots for his second straight shutout as the Capitals won for the sixth time in a seven-game point streak. Samsonov was playing in consecutive games for the first time this season.

“I hope (Samsonov) is gonna play like that for the rest of the year,” Ovechkin said.

“I think he and Vitek (Vanecek) play solid. . For us it’s very important that we have two goalies who if we make mistakes, they’re going to stop it.”

San Jose forward Noah Gregor, called up from the team’s nearby AHL affiliate earlier in the day, led the Sharks with five shots on goal.

Sheary scored just more than two minutes into the game and Ovechkin added a power-play goal with just over six minutes left in the first period.

Ovechkin’s 13th goal was his first since Nov. 12, when the 12-time All-Star scored his 742nd career goal to pass Brett Hull for fourth on the all-time list.

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Sheary added an insurance goal at 15:10 of the third and Ovechkin an empty-netter with just over a minute left.

“I thought the second period was sloppy for us,” Capitals coach Peter Laviolette said.

“It was fortunate that we came out of the second period up 2-0, and then I thought we played a really good third period. Much more san jose sharks hat and simple and disciplined game with the puck.”

San Jose has lost four of five and six of eight.

The Sharks had a chance to get back in the game late in the second period but failed to capitalize on a four-minute double minor on Carl Hagelin for high-sticking. San Jose was 0 for 4 on power plays.

“We’re probably not shooting enough with traffic. We have enough time with it. They pressured a lot," Sharks captain Logan Couture said. “We did have some good looks.”

Adin Hill had 19 saves for the Sharks.

KANE UPDATE

Sharks coach Bob Boughner addressed the status of forward Evander Kane, who is serving a 21-game suspension for submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card. Kane is eligible to return Nov. 30.

“I wish I had more information. I don’t san jose sharks hat that’s completely honest. (But) I know there are decisions that need to be made,” Boughner said.

NOTES: Capitals forwards Nic Dowd and T.J. Oshie were both back on the ice after missing time due to leg injuries. Dowd hadn’t played since Nov. 8, and Oshie since Oct. 27. … The Capitals assigned rookie F Brett Leason to their AHL affiliate san jose sharks hat Hershey, Pennsylvania. … Samsonov was making his first career appearance against San Jose. . Sharks forward Kevin Labanc was issued a one-game suspension for slew footing St. Louis center Tyler Bozak. Labanc was called for a two-minute tripping penalty during San Jose’s 4-1 road loss. He served the suspension Saturday. … The Sharks recalled Gregor and forward Jeffrey Viel from their AHL affiliate in San Jose. . F Lane Pederson (lower body) was placed on IR. … C Jonathan Dahlen exited with just under seven minutes left in the first period with an apparent shoulder injury and did not return. … D Erik Karlsson’s next game will be his 800th.

UP NEXT

Capitals: Visit the Seattle Kraken on Sunday night.

Sharks: Host the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday night.

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Timo Meier’s Goal, 2 Assists Lead Sharks Past Senators

SAN JOSE (AP) — Timo Meier scored the go-ahead goal with 8:42 remaining and added two assists as the San Jose Sharks handed the Ottawa Senators their third straight loss, 6-3 on Wednesday night.

Matt Nieto, Tomas Hertl, Nick Bonino, Logan Couture and Jacob Middleton also scored for San Jose, which won san jose sharks hat second consecutive san jose sharks hat. James Reimer made 26 saves to earn his sixth win.

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Brady Tkachuk had a goal and an assist for the Senators, who also got goals from Josh Norris and Connor Brown. Matt Murray made 23 saves in defeat.

Timo Meier #28 of the San Jose Sharks celebrates scoring a goal against the Ottawa Senators at SAP Center on November 24, 2021 in San Jose. (Kavin Mistry/NHLI via Getty Images)

Timo Meier #28 of the San Jose Sharks celebrates scoring a goal against the Ottawa Senators at SAP Center on November 24, 2021 in San Jose. (Kavin Mistry/NHLI via Getty Images)

Nieto opened the scoring for San Jose with his first of the season just over seven minutes into the first period.

Norris netted the equalizer later in the period for his team-high eighth goal.

Hertl’s eighth put the Sharks ahead 2-1 in the second, but Tkachuk and Brown answered with goals 1:33 apart to central bank of india mobile banking login Ottawa how long is wells fargo open today first lead.

Bonino, playing in his 700th career game, tied it on the power play with 31 seconds left in the second period, his first goal with the Sharks.

With the game tied at 3, Meier buried his seventh of the season just more than midway through the third. Couture added an empty-netter with 1:04 left, his seventh goal of the season. Middleton also scored an empty-netter in the final minute for his first NHL goal.

BACK IN TOWN

Dylan Gambrell returned to San Jose for the first time since being traded to Ottawa for a seventh-round draft pick on Oct. 24.

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“Mixed emotions, I guess,” Gambrell said before the game. “It’s great to be back. I enjoyed my time here, obviously, and everybody was great to me. It’s great to be back, but at the same time, being on a different team now, it’s like any other game once you get on the ice.”

Gambrell was minus-1 in 10:32 on the ice.

KANE SUSPENSION

Sharks coach Bob Boughner was asked about LW Evander Kane, who is eligible to return on Nov. 30 after his 21-game suspension for submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card.

“There’s been no update,” Boughner said. “Obviously, there’s gonna have to be here in the next four, five days. But from my standpoint, I think we’re just doing a good job of trying to eliminate any distractions and I think Evander’s done a good job of that and let us focus on our team and what we have here and what we can control, and we’ll get to that point.”

NOTES: Sharks C Jonathan Dahlen missed his second straight game with an upper-body injury. He remains day-to-day. … D Brent Burns didn’t have a point, ending a 14-game streak against the Senators dating to 2013. … Senators D Nikita Zaitsev was removed from the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol and was plus-1 in 15:17 of ice time. RW Drake Batherson remains on the protocol list.

UP NEXT

Senators: Visit the Anaheim Ducks on Friday.

Sharks: Host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday.

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Every franchise has opposing players who have done their team dirty in the past. I’m sure Philadelphia Flyers fans wouldn’t mind Wayne Gretzky taking a few shots from Rocky Balboa after he won two Stanley Cups against them. However, what about the hated players from your own team?

I’m not entirely positive the San Jose Sharks have featured, or do feature currently, a player that is just universally hated and loathed in the teal and white. As with any passionate fan base (as San Jose truly is), there are going to be those who rubbed fans the wrong way. I’ve singled out a few, while maybe not seen by all fans as the hated enemies, players that a good portion of Northern California hockey fans would simply love to forget.

The Disappointment That Was Ed Belfour

We need to give Dean Lombardi credit san jose sharks hat taking a chance on Ed Belfour. This was the first move he made as solo GM with his big boy pants on. Sitting only three points out of the playoffs (despite being last in the Pacific Division), Lombardi traded for Belfour. We don’t need to stress the history of Belfour, but if you need a refresher, he won two Vezina Trophies and was a three-time All-Star at the time of the deal. Lombardi rolled the dice with this acquisition. Belfour went 3-9, sporting a 3.41 goals-against average (GAA) and .884 save percentage (SV%). Needless to say, San Jose did not make the playoffs that season.

While Belfour was absolutely dreadful for the Sharks, it was the following offseason that set the tone. As a fan, you obviously have the right to be frustrated at a player for underperforming for your team (more on that later). However, in Belfour’s case, when that player wants to wash his hands of your franchise with no real explanation, that’s a different story. The Sharks wanted Belfour to stay, so much in fact the team hired Darryl Sutter to try and appease Belfour and his agent Ron Salcer.

“He felt [hiring Sutter] was a definite commitment by the san jose sharks hat to instill the discipline and winning attitude that was missing,” said Ron Salcer, Belfour’s agent at the time. “He is real pleased. I would anticipate that Eddie would be a San Jose Shark and we are interested in making it a career in San Jose.”

From (Coach Boosts Belfour Bid, San Francisco Gate ,06/11/97)

As most stories go involving agents promising a client’s commitment, Salcer was full of crap. The agent of the San jose sharks hat goalie made Lombardi and the Sharks look like the court jesters’ of the NHL. Belfour signed with Dallas for less money because he saw them as a stronger team. While terms were never disclosed, Belfour (at the time) was the highest-paid player in Dallas Stars history with the contract.

Ed Belfour Dallas Stars

Ironically enough, the Sharks faced Belfour in the playoffs during his first season with Dallas; the Shark Tank was sure to let him have it (San Jose lost the series 4-2). Despite all of the drama from the Belfour year, the Sharks were able to get one thing right after that disastrous Belfour experimental season.  The team’s bad play with Belfour enabled them to take Patrick Marleau with the second overall pick of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.

Thanks, Ed.

Raffi Torres Goes From Villain to Hero to Villain

The Raffi Torres legacy in San Jose is a rather strange one. The NHL has seen their fair share of heavy hitters over the years; Torres has been one of the more notorious in recent memory. His story with San Jose ends the same way it began: a cheap shot.

This strange saga started during the 2006 Western Conference Semifinal. The favored Sharks were up 2-0 on the Edmonton Oilers, and the anticipation in San Jose was at an all-time high. Going into Game 3, fans smelled blood in the water. San Jose was almost assured of heading to the Stanley Cup. That was until Torres changed the course of the series. Torres took out Sharks’ promising rookie, Milan Michalek. That hit changed the momentum of the series, as San Jose failed to find their footing after the incident. As a result, the Edmonton Oilers advanced to the 2006 Www bk com menu prices Cup Final.

Years later, with that incident seemingly in the rearview mirror, the Sharks traded georgia power pay online bill third-round pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft for Torres. The player who ended the Sharks’ run at the Stanley Cup was now playing in teal. Fans, while absolutely having a right to hate his guts, did end up embracing Torres. However, the nature of his game ended his time with the Sharks and appeal to the fanbase.

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In the first instance, during a 2013 second-round playoff matchup with the Los Angeles Kings, Torres took small used mobile homes for sale Jarett Stoll. The NHL would suspend him for the rest of the series (which San Jose lost). The final straw came during a 2015 preseason game against the Anaheim Ducks. San jose sharks hat fired an illegal check to the head of Ducks forward Jakob Silfverberg. The hit resulted in a 41-game suspension for Torres, who never played an NHL game after that incident.

It’s Okay To Be Resentful of Erik Karlsson

As mentioned in the Belfour section of this article, fans have a right to be upset when a player underperforms. Erik Karlsson is not a hated player by any means (I’d argue he’s disliked by a good majority). Karlsson, who’s getting paid $92 million over nine years, has been extremely underwhelming during his Sharks tenure. A former Norris Trophy winner, he had seasons with Ottawa of 82, 78, 74 and 71 points. His season-high point total for San Jose is a minuscule 45 points.

Erik Karlsson

Beyond the lack of production from Karlsson, there is still a small majority of fans who haven’t forgotten his incident with current teammate, Marc Edouard Vlasic. While the two have seemingly made up, there was an obvious lack of respect between the two at one point in their careers. Fans love the energy and passion from Pickles; he’s always been a fan favorite (the complete opposite end of the spectrum that this list is portraying).

San Jose has had some real pain in the butt players over the years. This fan base, while passionate, knows that you’re a Shark for life when you put on the teal sweater. While the three players mentioned have indeed rubbed fans the wrong way, they’ve all made some contributions to the roster. I just wouldn’t expect Belfour, Torres, or Karlsson to be welcomed back for the team’s 50-year anniversary celebration.



Daniel Gentile

Growing up in South Florida, I’ve lived through the “Year of the Rat”. I’ve seen my fair share of Blue Jackets triumphs and failures living in Ohio. Now, I look to Northern California and the Sharks as my new home team. 

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