John Scott

San Jose Sharks Left Wing

  • Born: 09/26/82
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-8
  • Weight: 259
2013-14 Sabres 56 1 0 1 -12 125 0 0 0 16

How much will John Scott hurt the San Jose Sharks?


John Scott was signed by the Sharks to protect their players. He probably won't do much of that, but at least he'll be really bad at hockey, too!

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San Jose Sharks sign bruiser John Scott


The San Jose Sharks signed face-puncher John Scott on Wednesday afternoon because everything is terrible forever.

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John Scott's Report Card


This year was interesting for John Scott, from his first goal in a Buffalo sweater to earning goon status after a rather questionable hit.

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