1. Sharks Make First Move at the Blue Line: Rumors of Blake and Boyle

    Campbell is out, but the Sharks D isn't going to be without a top tier showing, at least in name. According to the Mercury News blogger David Pollak, the Sharks have enlisted Former Kings' vet Rob Blake to a 1 year contract for $5 million...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 544 reads 4 comments

  2. Sharks 07-08 Campaign Was Like Another Recent Failed Campaign

    The injection of SJ Sharkie—the embodiment of the club—into the political arena, would no doubt produce a backlash in celebrity politics...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 480 reads 2 comments

  3. Doug Wilson has 40 Candidates—San Jose Sharks Still Searching for Coach

    When the Sharks finally made the move to dismiss Ron Wilson, my initial reaction was a shrug and a sigh. I knew it was likely, like most people did. But I think perhaps more than some people, I fear the unknown...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 595 reads 2 comments

  4. Post Playoff Recovery in San Jose: Learning to cope

    Now that I’ve had some time to recover from the hangover of a 4 OT loss and a truly noble effort by the Sharks, I feel comfortable speaking with a little more objectivity. But it took some time...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 417 reads 2 comments

  5. Digging Deep: What Game Three Means for San Jose

    By the end of game two, all one had to do, anywhere within 10 miles of HP Pavillion, was open your window to hear the prolonged groan of frustration...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 505 reads 1 comments

  6. Stars-Sharks: San Jose Pays for Mistakes in Game One

    I think it is evident to anyone who watched game 1 that the Sharks put in a strong performance. However, unlike the last OT face-off with Dallas at the Shark Tank, San Jose was not the team celebrating...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 339 reads 1 comments

  7. Sharks' First Line Comes to Life

    A loss would have made for a nearly insurmountable and statistically improbable deficit. Tuesday night in Calgary, former Rocket Richard and MVP winners Jonathan Cheechoo and Joe Thornton responded ...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about 6 years ago 385 reads 2 comments

  8. Sharks-Flames: Keys to San Jose's Victory

    It’s hard to argue that the Sharks are the hottest team going into the playoffs. Sure, they cooled a little in the last two, basically insignificant, games of the season. But I think this team will beat Calgary in a fairly handy fashion...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about over 6 years ago 445 reads 2 comments

  9. Thoughts on the NHL '07-'08 Season

    Entering into the final week of the regular season, I feel like doing some reflection. I’ll start with the topic of fighting and get it out of the way. It’s an issue that’s not going away...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about over 6 years ago 528 reads 1 comments

  10. Sharks-Stars: Big D Goes Down

    The Sharks came up with another big victory at home, a rowdy 3-2 overtime win. My night at the Tank was a real barn-burner. Here's the run-down. In the first, neither team took many chances, but there were plenty penalties to be accounted for...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about over 6 years ago 319 reads 0 comments

  11. The Ice-Berg Report: Sharks Limp In After a Long Rest

    I have never been an advocate of a long layoff for the Sharks. I knew going into the Easter weekend, riding the hottest streak in the NHL, a few days to get lazy would not serve the team well...

    Vincent Bergado Written by Vincent Bergado about over 6 years ago 270 reads 0 comments