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The San Jose Sharks might re-sign Erik Karlsson - but should they? A recent report from Kevin Kurz of The Athletic appears to indicate that the Sharks are "prepared to offer an eight-year contract." The report states that San Jose would offer him somewhere around an eight-year, $88 million contract - like the deal that Los Angeles Kings star defenseman Drew Doughty was inked to last July.

The Perfectly Timed Emergence of Tomas Hertl for the San Jose Sharks Tomas Hertl had a break out year for the San Jose Sharks during 2018 - 2019. This emergence couldn't have come at a better time for a team looking to stay…

2018-19 Season Review: What can be learned from Marc-Edouard Vlasic’s decline? It’s difficult to believe this is a blip on his performance radar.

Knights Nuggets: Erik Karlsson staying in San Jose? Start off your morning by reading up on some news and notes from Vegas and around the NHL.

Quick Strikes: Erik Karlsson wants eight years from San Jose Sharks Oh, and congratulations to the Toronto Raptors on winning their first NBA Championship in franchise history. You never forget your first. Hopefully this makes Leafs fans a little less grumpy. I know that's a long shot.

San Jose Sharks working towards extension with Erik Karlsson According to The Athletic, the Sharks are working towards an eight-year extension with Karlsson. San Jose has yet to officially make it, but when they do, it's expected to be an eight-year deal worth around $11 million. This would put Karlsson's next contract in the same territory as Drew Doughty.

Jay Bouwmeester finally won the Stanley Cup. Who are the other notable veterans seeking their first? It took 764 career regular-season games with three teams for Jay Bouwmeester to finally make the playoffs. At 35, with 75 post-season games under his belt, Bouwmeester can finally call himself a Stanley Cup champion.

Mikko Rantanen played with a broken foot in Game 7 vs San Jose Sharks Nathan MacKinnon busted his shoulder in Game 7 against the San Jose Sharks. And today we learned that Mikko Rantanen fractured his right foot in Game 6 and fought through the pain to play in Game 7.

Who will be the next NHL franchise to win its first-ever Stanley Cup? Here's a power ranking to kick off the summer. Vegas Golden Knights: Were it not for a botched call that led to a five-minute San Jose power play, the Knights might have won the Cup this year and almost did the year prior as a rookie franchise.

San Jose Sharks Prospect Perspective: Alexander "Sasha" Chmelevski Alexander's Chmelevski's ability to step up in crucial games along with the development of his game in all the other areas of the ice makes this prospect someone to watch out for in San Jose Barracuda games next season.

2018-19 Season Review: This isn’t the last of Antti Suomela While that number swayed in other reports, Suomela's agent, Markus Lehto, had the best idea of the actual number, telling The Athletic's Kevin Kurz that "half the league" wanted Suomela's signature.

Playoffs Round Up: Final ends with Couture on top This was possibly the least fun I've had watching the Stanley Cup Final since that one time the San Jose Sharks lost in it. This wasn't the result any of us wanted after the series the Sharks endured against the Saint Louis Blues, I'm sure. Anyway, here's what happened.

San Jose Sharks Finish the Season 46-36 and They are Projected to Win 48 Next Season… Still Good Enough to Be the One Seed in the West San Jose Sharks Regular Season Recap.

Season of comeback? Blues lock down games to win Cup BOSTON - The Boston Bruins found out what San Jose Sharks, Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets learned the hard way. Don't let the Saint Louis Blues take a lead. Craig Berube's team showed all playoffs it could lock down a hockey game better than anyone else in the NHL.

Playoffs Dayoffs: Preview and discussion thread, 6/12 For the first time since 2011, the Stanley Cup Final is going to Game 7 and, just like in 2011, it's the friggin' Boston Bruins again.

2018-19 Season Review: Logan Couture comes in clutch The future for Couture is clear. He is a leader, wearing an 'A' on his jersey for a couple years now. As Joe Pavelski's future with the club seems more and more unknown, Couture is certainly a candidate for the future captain role. His teammates love him, the city of San Jose loves him, he deserves to wear the 'C' for this club in the future.

San Jose Sharks Prospect Perspective: Forward Alex True Nevertheless Alex True's progress within the San Jose Sharks system is extremely promising and should give Sharks fans something to look forward to during development camp. 21 years old might seem a bit old for a prospect, especially considering how young players are viewed in today's league.

Sharks organizational review: Wingers remain great asset for San Jose Here's a look at where the Sharks stand as far as their wingers are concerned, and what may be in store for the future.

2018-19 Season Review: Martin Jones and the tale of two goaltenders But after he and the Sharks fell into a 3-1 series hole in the opening round against the Golden Knights, during which he let in 13 goals and was pulled twice, he suddenly turned it all around.

2018-19 Season Review: Aaron Dell, trade bait? What looked like a promising goaltending tandem at the start of the 2018-19 season fell apart - to put it mildly - when it was put into actual game situations. As the Martin Jones review will get into, Jones was much less than reliable this past season.

Playoffs Dayoffs: Preview and discussion thread, 6/9 When teams are as evenly matched as they seem to be, especially in the playoffs, a missed call here or there can have huge implications, and it's possible that we aren't seeing more bad officiating, just that its impact is greater.

A Marleau return would set up an epic farewell tour for Mr. Shark, Jumbo Wilson has the opportunity to give Sharks fans one last shot at the Cinderella ending they have been craving since 2005: Joe Thornton raising the Cup over his head before passing to Patrick Marleau as the Sharks crowd blows the roof off SAP Center. Any Sharks fan worth his or her salt gets a little choked up at the thought.

Lineup shuffling benefits Blues in Stanley Cup Final LOUIS - Had Oskar Sundqvist not gotten suspended and Robert Thomas ruled out with a nagging injury, Zach Sanford might never have gotten a chance to show his stuff on hockey's biggest stage. If Vince Dunn not taken a puck to the mouth during the last round, Robert Bortuzzo might not have had the chance to score a key goal in the Stanley Cup Final.

2018-19 Season Review: Timo "always trying to score" Meier The rising star might even have more room to grow.

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