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Timo Offline

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23.06.2003 22:09
#16 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Gibt es Chancen das Owen Nolan vielleicht zurückkehrt ???
Mein absoluter Lieblingsspieler soll wieder zu meinem NHL-Lieblingsverein *heul*
Gruß Timo


Diese Lutscher , die keine Fans sind , sind Freunde von mir ... Und darauf bin ich Stolz

Klassenerhalt 2003 --- Ich bin Stolz auf dieses Team !!!
DK 2003 ??? Aja , muss ja oder ???

Hannover 2002
Hannover 2003 und
Berlin 2003 , da war ich überall dabei .


Uganda Propagandacrew

Rest in peace, Charly. Dich kann niemand ersetzen !!!

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23.06.2003 22:16
#17 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

war ja fast klar das dein lielbingsspieler der irische suffkopp is

Atenio

Bapho!



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23.06.2003 22:29
#18 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

In Antwort auf:
Gibt es Chancen das Owen Nolan vielleicht zurückkehrt ???
Mein absoluter Lieblingsspieler soll wieder zu meinem NHL-Lieblingsverein *heul*

tja..wohl kaum
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Harry Potter


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24.06.2003 12:51
#19 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

In Antwort auf:
Gibt es Chancen das Owen Nolan vielleicht zurückkehrt ???
Mein absoluter Lieblingsspieler soll wieder zu meinem NHL-Lieblingsverein *heul*

4get it



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Timo Offline

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24.06.2003 15:50
#20 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

@Bapho
was soll denn das heißen ??

Gruß Timo


Diese Lutscher , die keine Fans sind , sind Freunde von mir ... Und darauf bin ich Stolz

Klassenerhalt 2003 --- Ich bin Stolz auf dieses Team !!!
DK 2003 ??? Aja , muss ja oder ???

Hannover 2002
Hannover 2003 und
Berlin 2003 , da war ich überall dabei .


Uganda Propagandacrew

Rest in peace, Charly. Dich kann niemand ersetzen !!!

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Harry Potter


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01.07.2003 15:14
#21 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

SHARKS AFTER SMALLER FREE AGENT GAME?

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS: David Pollak reports Sharks GM Doug Wilson won't be "shopping in the luxury aisle" for big-ticket UFAs like Sergei Fedorov or Derian Hatcher, but Wilson didn't rule out the possibility of signing cheaper UFAs, like those Group II free agents who weren't given qualifying offers by their teams.

Spector's Note: Oh, it'll be a busy free agent market this summer....for inexpensive UFAs. Don't expect a lot of big money contracts tossed around as in previous summers. We'll see a lot of small signings, probably to one-or-two year deals.




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01.07.2003 19:03
#22 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Messier's Rights Acquired From NY

Late Monday evening, the San Jose Sharks acquired the rights to Mark Messier from the New York Rangers for future considerations. However, that does not mean Messier will be wearing teal next year.

The 42-year-old center became an unrestricted free agent at midnight on July 1 and is free to sign with any NHL club. Should he continue his career and play elsewhere, the Sharks could be eligible to receive a compensatory pick at next summer's Entry Draft. The Sharks would also receive a compensatory draft pick if Teemu Selanne or Adam Graves signs elsewhere.

das machen se wieder schlau,auch letztes jahr mit fleury



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bigfoot49 Offline

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04.07.2003 21:32
#23 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Die Sharks sollen an einer Verpflichtung von Potvin interessiert sein...
KA was dran ist...

Probie Offline

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05.07.2003 11:22
#24 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

In Antwort auf:
war ja fast klar das dein lielbingsspieler der irische suffkopp is

Du hast aber auch wirklich überhaupt keine Ahnung !!!



Patriotism is a pernicious, psychopathic form of idiocy.
-George Bernard Shaw-

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11.07.2003 23:16
#25 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Sharks re-sign Marleau, Goc and Davison

TSN.ca Staff

The San Jose Sharks announced today that the club has re-signed Group II restricted free agent center Patrick Marleau as well as centre Marcel Goc and defenceman Rob Davison. In keeping with club policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Marleau, 23 posted career highs in points, goals, and assists with 57 points in 82 games last season. His totals rank him tied for first on the team in goals (28,), third on the team in assists (29) and points (57).
He was also selected to play for Team Canada at the IIHF Men's World Championships in Finland from April 26-May 11, where he posted four points (all assists) in nine games in helping Canada capture the gold medal.
Goc, 19, posted 20 points (six goals, 14 assists) in 36 games with the Adler Mannheim Eagles of the German Elite League (DEL) in 2002-03. In addition, he also posted three points (one goal, two assists) in five games during the German Cup, helping the Eagles to the championship of that mid-season tournament.
During last season, Goc was selected to represent Germany at the World Junior Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he posted three points (one goal, two assists) in six games played. He was also selected to represent Germany at the 2003 World Championships in Finland where he
posted three points (one goal, two assists) in seven games.
Davison, 23, posted four points and 82 penalty minutes in 42 games with the Cleveland Barons, the Sharks top development affiliate of the American Hockey League. In 15 games with the Sharks, Davison posted three points and added 22 penalty minutes while earning a +4 rating - third-highest on the team.

Atenio

Bapho!



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Harry Potter


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11.07.2003 23:20
#26 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Sauber,jetzt muss noch Sturmi verlängern,dann wäre das geil



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11.07.2003 23:21
#27 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Marleau, Goc & Davison Signed

Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson has been adamant that San Jose could find improvement from within their own ranks this year, but to do that, they would need to have their own ranks signed and ready to go when training camp began.

On Friday Wilson backed up his talk about getting the Group II free agents signed early when he inked 23-year-old center Patrick Marleau to a two-year contract, in the neighborhood of $2.4 million per year. Wilson also locked up 2001 first round pick Marcel Goc to a standard rookie contract and defenseman Rob Davison.

Marleau has broken the 20-goal plateau in each of the past three seasons with his 28 goals last year setting a career high and tying for the team lead. His 29 assists last year were a personal best, as well as his 57 points. He helped lead Canada to a gold medal at this summer's World Championships in Finland.

Among NHL players 23 or younger during the 2002-03 season, the six-foot-two, 210-pound forward ranks fourth behind Joe Thornton, Marian Hossa and Sergei Samsonov in scoring. He is the youngest active NHLer to reach the 400 games played mark and is just 22 games removed from playing in his 500th contest. Marleau was named the Sharks Seagate Technology Player of the Month in November when he posted nine goals and five points in 14 games.

"That is one down, but we have a lot of work to do yet," said Doug Wilson. "Our goal is to have everyone in by training camp so we don't have any distractions and we can all focus on hockey and improving this team."

San Jose still has Alyn McCauley, Scott Hannan, Marco Sturm, Jonathan Cheechoo, Mark Smith and Miikka Kiprusoff in the Group II category, but it appears that if he gets some cooperation from the other side, Wilson could have the entire roster ready for September.

GOC & DAVISON SIGNED
Goc, 19, posted 20 points (six goals, 14 assists) in 36 games with the Adler Mannheim Eagles of the German Elite League (DEL) in 2002-03. In addition, he also posted three points (one goal, two assists) in five games during the German Cup, helping the Eagles to the championship of that mid-season tournament.

During last season, Goc was selected to represent Germany at the World Junior Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he posted three points (one goal, two assists) in six games played. He was also selected to represent Germany at the 2003 World Championships in Finland where he posted three points (one goal, two assists) in seven games.

Last season, Davison, 23, posted four points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 82 penalty minutes in 42 games with the Cleveland Barons, the Sharks top development affiliate of the American Hockey League and was named Barons Player of the Week on Feb. 2. Recalled to San Jose on March 9, he played in his first NHL game at Dallas that night. Davison scored his first career NHL goal and point on March 13 at Anaheim, and tallied his first career NHL assist on March 17 vs. Chicago. In 15 games with the Sharks, Davison posted three points (1 goal, 2 assists) and added 22 penalty minutes while earning a +4 rating – third-highest on the team.

http://www.sj-sharks.com



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12.07.2003 10:26
#28 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Wilson Sets Sights On Completion

With just a little over a month until the Sharks officially begin training camp, San Jose Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson has taken the first steps in securing everybody in time for camp with today's signings of Patrick Marleau, Marcel Goc and Rob Davison.

Marleau's deal, which was signed last night before he left for Germany to attend fellow Shark Marco Sturm's wedding, was relatively smooth in terms of negotiations.

"We proposed what we considered to be a fair offer to Patty and both sides were in agreement," said Wilson.

Entering only his sixth NHL season, Marleau has already established himself as a veteran NHL player and this year is expected to take on a more prominent role with the club.

"We are not asking or expecting him to be this team's sole leader," said Wilson. "We have a lot of young veterans who have paid dues and have been in battles and can all display leadership. But we also recognize that Patty is in a position where we expect him to raise his game to the next level, much like he did at the Worlds this summer when he helped Team Canada capture the gold medal."

While Wilson and his staff have been eager to sign everyone early this offseason, part of the reason today's deals were completed so efficiently was due to the cooperation of both the player and their agent.

"It is very important that we have everyone in and on time this season," said Wilson. "In this case, the players and their agents understood that and that helped facilitate our discussions."

The Sharks also wanted to complete Marleau's deal before he had to decide whether or not to file for arbitration.

"We established a time frame that we wanted to do this before a specific date and, if we were unsuccessful, we would still have continued to try. But, this was an ideal situation," said Wilson.

The signing of Goc will also give the San Jose prospect his first opportunity to play in North America while Davison adds security to the blueline.

"We had wanted to get him over here last year, but he decided to stay another season in Germany," said Wilson. "Now, he is a little more prepared for the transition. With Rob, we know exactly what we are getting, a hard working, honest kid who showed great improvement with us last season and will be a good asset."

MINI CAMP UPDATE
As the first San Jose mini camp of 2003 comes to an end this weekend, Wilson and his staff are pleased with the attention to detail shown by all participants.

"We made sure we stressed that this was not an evaluation camp," said Wilson. "That will take place at training camp. This is an opportunity for the players to learn some things and develop some new habits which will help them come training camp."

The Sharks next mini camp is scheduled to take place the week of July 28. Roster will be announced at a later date.




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12.07.2003 11:13
#29 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

[Gerücht] Nakokov tauscht mit Gagne und Handzus
Nach dem Weggang von Roman Cechmanek nach L.A. sind die Flyers fieberhaft auf der Suche nach einem Nachfolger für den Tschechen. Im Gespräch ist Evgeni Nabokov von den Sharks, der zusammen mit Marco Sturm, der immer noch keinen neuen Vertrag besitzt, an die Ostküste getradet werden soll. Als mögliche Tauschobjekte stehen Simon Gagne und Michal Handzus im Raum, sowie der mögliche Tausch der Erstrunden-Draft-Picks in 2004.
Den Sharks würde der Weggang von Nabokov durchaus gelegen sein, da diese an einer Verpflichtung von Felix Potvin interessiert sind, und dieser dann für ein Jahr unterschreiben würde. Somit würde auch der Etat der Sharks entlastet, auch wenn dieser im Moment nicht sehr hoch ist, da Potvin auf alle Fälle günstiger ist als Nabokov.



Also falls dieser Trade durchgehen sollte, dann sind sie mich erstmal wirklich los, denn das würd echt zu weit gehen
Erst Nolan wegtraden und dann son Scheiss, auch wenn Gagne einer der besten Stürmer der Zukunft ist.
Denn Handzus-Sturm nimmt sich nichts, aber ein Potvin hats einfach nicht mehr so draf wie früher und dazu noch First Pick tauschen, wo man nochmal Verlust macht


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12.07.2003 12:03
#30 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Sharks sign Marleau, Goc, Davison,

SAN JOSE (sj-sharks.com) - The San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has re-signed Group II restricted free agent center Patrick Marleau. In keeping with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Wilson also locked up 2001 first round pick Marcel Goc to a standard rookie contract and defenseman Rob Davison.

Marleau, 23 (turns 24 on Sept. 15), posted career highs in points, goals, and assists with 57 points (28 goals, 29 assists) in 82 games last season. His totals rank him tied for first on the team in goals (28,), third on the team in assists (29) and points (57). Also included in his season highlights were posting a pair of six-game point streaks (3-7=10 from Dec. 16-26; 7-2=9 from Nov. 11-21), including tying a franchise record with a six-game goal streak from Nov. 11-21, and also scoring on his first career penalty shot attempt vs. the N.Y. Rangers and Dan Blackburn on Nov. 11.

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In addition, he appeared in his 400th career game on Oct. 19 vs. Colorado, becoming the youngest active NHL player (23 years, 34 days) to achieve the feat and the youngest player since Bob Carpenter played in his 400th career game on April 6, 1986 (22 years, 268 days old). His career point total (125 goals, 145 assists = 270 points), ranks him fourth in career points among players age 23 or younger (Joe Thornton, 432 GP, 137-211 = 348; Marian Hossa, 386 GP, 152-156 = 308; Sergei Samsonov, 401 GP, 129-170 = 299). Marleau leads that group in career regular season games played at 478.

He was also selected to play for Team Canada at the IIHF Men's World Championships in Finland from April 26-May 11, where he posted four points (all assists) in nine games in helping Canada capture the gold medal.

The six-foot-two, 210-pound, Aneroid, Saskatchewan native was selected by San Jose in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft (first round, second overall) and was the youngest player drafted (17 years, nine months) that year. In making his NHL debut in the 1997-98 season, Marleau became the second youngest NHL player to score a goal since the end of World War II on Oct. 19, 1997 at Phoenix (prior was Chicago's Grant Mulvey at 18 years, one month and two days in 1974).

Goc, 19, posted 20 points (six goals, 14 assists) in 36 games with the Adler Mannheim Eagles of the German Elite League (DEL) in 2002-03. In addition, he also posted three points (one goal, two assists) in five games during the German Cup, helping the Eagles to the championship of that mid-season tournament.

During last season, Goc was selected to represent Germany at the World Junior Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he posted three points (one goal, two assists) in six games played. He was also selected to represent Germany at the 2003 World Championships in Finland where he posted three points (one goal, two assists) in seven games.

The six-foot-one, 190-pound native of Calv, Germany was originally selected by San Jose in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft (1st round, 20th overall).

Last season, Davison, 23, posted four points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 82 penalty minutes in 42 games with the Cleveland Barons, the Sharks top development affiliate of the American Hockey League and was named Barons Player of the Week on Feb. 2. Recalled to San Jose on March 9, he played in his first NHL game at Dallas that night. Davison scored his first career NHL goal and point on March 13 at Anaheim, and tallied his first career NHL assist on March 17 vs. Chicago. In 15 games with the Sharks, Davison posted three points (1 goal, 2 assists) and added 22 penalty minutes while earning a +4 rating - third-highest on the team.

In 2001-02, Davison posted four points (1 goal, 3 assists) in 70 games with Cleveland and ranked fourth on the team in penalty minutes (206).

In 2000-01, Davison led the Kentucky Thoroughblades, the former AHL affiliate of the Sharks, in penalty minutes (230) in his first professional season. That season in the playoffs, Davison led Kentucky in plus/minus rating (+2).

With North Bay of the OHL in 1999-00, Davison was second in the club in penalty minutes (194) and set junior career highs in games played (67) and goals (4). He served as an alternate captain for North Bay, and was named North Bay's Defenseman and Scholastic Player of the Year. In 1998-99, he was selected as the league's "Best Body Checker" in a poll among OHL coaches.

The six-foot-two, 225-pound native of St. Catherine's, Ontario was selected by San Jose in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft (fourth round, 98th overall).
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