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More than a year before he reaches free agency, Logan Couture agrees to a contract extension with the San Jose Sharks.
A look at how the Canucks somehow got both Daniel and Henrik Sedin and also all their other players, in a fun chart form.
A look at the voting history of the Vezina Trophy and what it means for Antti Niemi. By the way, did you know that only three Western Conference goalies have won the Vezina?
Sharks and Kings battle in a potential playoff preview, only to end in a manner not allowed in the playoffs, thank goodness. Sharks top Kings 3-2 in the shootout.
Sharks have been one of the most consistently successful teams this past decade, making the playoffs every year. The Kings have not, but they won the Cup last year, so they can kind of throw out all the losing years and declare themselves winners.
Logan Couture shows off to Canada by scoring two goals and adding one more in the shootout to lead a come-from-behind victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
I'm not sure if those here have heard, but the Chicago Blackhawks have been pretty good this season. Obviously not as good as the Miami Heat, but good nonetheless. The success and crazy point...
In a game that had no redeeming qualities except for, um, nope, no redeeming qualities, the Sharks are embarrassed by the Columbus Blue Jackets.
In their fourth game of the season the San Jose Sharks host the Colorado Avalanche in an afternoon game at the Shark Tank.
The NHL lockout meets one of the greatest trilogies of all time: Back to the Future. A parody that poses one solution for fixing the lockout.
A look at how the 2012-13 Toronto Maple Leafs roster was composed through trades, draft picks, and free agent signings.
Marc-Edouard Vlasic from Miikka Kiprusoff. Logan Couture from Vesa Toskala and Mark Bell. Joe Thornton, Dan Boyle, and Martin Havlat from ...Not Mike Craig? Fear the Fin's third annual examination of how the current Sharks roster came to be.
Last Wednesday, Sharks alumni faced off against Russian legends in a charity game to benefit the Jr. Sharks Scholarship fund. Sharks fans were so hockey-starved that tickets sold out in 30 minutes, leaving some people (including myself) out of the fun. So in case you weren't able to go, or even if you were (jealous), here are some post-game interviews with Curtis Brown, Kyle McLaren, and GWG scorer Owen Nolan. Click here for some photos of the event. The third one is my favorite.
Fear the Fin takes a look at what kinds of moves Doug Wilson has made during the draft for the past nine seasons, and whether or not they have produced NHL players.
Patrick Marleau or a young Alex Trebek? The world may never know. [Image source]
The second part of the Conference Finals roster history series, an analysis - complete with flow charts! - of how the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers built their rosters through free agent signings, draft picks, and trades.
For the first time ever, two Pacific Division teams face off in the Western Conference Finals. In a special preview that has nothing to do with the play on the ice, we look at how the Los Angeles Kings and Phoenix Coyotes rosters came to be through drafting, trades, and signings.
As you all know by now, I am a San Jose Sharks fan. And as you probably should know, I am one of the writers at the SBN Sharks blog, Fear the Fin. One of my favorite (and most time-consuming)...
The San Jose Sharks meet up with their quite confounding Pacific division rival Phoenix Coyotes in a game that could have big implications for the playoff picture.
Ryane Clowe's unexpected forehand shootout move gives the Sharks a 2-1 win over the rival Los Angeles Kings.
Many of you have already seen this, but here's the annual San Jose Sharks holiday video. I must say, it's fabulous!
Want to know what Grier's First Law of Hockey is? How about the various nicknames the players have? The FAQ is everything you'd need to know to comment at Fear the Fin.
After losing to the Blues in a game whose level of excitement rivaled that of the Seahawks-Browns game, the San Jose Sharks gear up for a game against the Chicago Blackhawks. A brief look at the effectiveness - or lack thereof - of the special teams for both squads.