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14.09.2003 12:59
#46 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Sharks look to a new chapter
Doug Wilson is a man with a plan. Hence he is a very popular person with San Jose Sharks fans.

When Wilson was named general manager of the Sharks in May, he indicated he indeed had a plan to not only get the San Jose out of the Pacific Division basement, but back into the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The time has come for the plan to become action.

After seeing a Sharks team many predicted would challenge for the Stanley Cup finish 14th in the West last season with a 28-37-9-8 record, Wilson knew changes and adjustments were vital. Two things that sprang immediately to life were the team's goal-against average and its penalty killing.

Weiter bei http://www.nhl.com/intheslot/read/preview03/san/intro.html

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18.09.2003 09:43
#47 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

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Das Tor im 1.Spiel hat übrigens Patrick Ehelechner abgegeben, der das letzte Drittel für die Sharks spielte....


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18.09.2003 23:13
#48 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Umfrage auf der offizielen Sharks page...


Which player has the best chance
of making the Sharks Opening Night roster?
Brad Boyes 14%
Christian Ehrhoff 24%
Marcel Goc 12%
Milan Michalek 24%
Vesa Toskala 22%


Übrigens schiesst Sturm fast jedes Spiel ein Tor und auch Ehrhoff hat im letzten Spiel getroffen.

Pätzold ist einer von 6 verbleibenden Goalies.(neben nabokov,toskala,schaeffer,kiprusoff und ähm!?!?)



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20.09.2003 14:55
#49 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Which player has the best chance
of making the Sharks Opening Night roster?
Brad Boyes 16%
Christian Ehrhoff 23%
Marcel Goc 13%
Milan Michalek 23%
Vesa Toskala 22%

Neuer Stand


Sharks verlieren Pre-Season Game gegen Ducks mit 2:4.
Chechoo und Primeu machen Tore für Sharks.
Sykora,Prospal,Niedermayer und n Rookie für die Ducks.
Bryzgalov und Kipper waren im Tor.



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21.09.2003 18:43
#50 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Goc -2, aber hat 7-4 Faceoffs gehabt



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22.09.2003 10:04
#51 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Ehrhoff has taken the lead

Which player has the best chance
of making the Sharks Opening Night roster?
Brad Boyes 18%
Christian Ehrhoff 23%
Marcel Goc 13%
Milan Michalek 21%
Vesa Toskala 22%



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23.09.2003 01:32
#52 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Going to the Sharks top development team are defensemen Jesse Fibiger, Robert Mulick and Doug Murray, right wings Tavis Hansen and Willie Levesque, centers Tomas Plihal and Pat Rissmiller, along with goaltenders Dimitri Patzold and Nola Schaefer.


Somit sind noch 37 Spieler im Sharks Kader, darunter Goc und Ehrhoff.



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23.09.2003 08:49
#53 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Welche is denn die AHL Affiliate der Sharks???


Haben die nicht zwei...


Auf jeden Fall finde ich das total geil, da labert ein Erich Kühnhackl jahrelang vom Team Germany in der DEL und jetzt haben wir eins in der NHL
Gruß Met


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23.09.2003 11:38
#54 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Soweit ich weiss sind das die Cleveland Barons, bin mir aber nicht sicher..



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23.09.2003 12:56
#55 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Doch!


Hast recht, Cleveland is es!

Denke mal Goc wird auch dort spielen, aber Ehrhoff sollte es in Roster schaffen
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27.09.2003 04:26
#56 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Nur noch 30 Spieler im Kader und Ehrhoff und Goc sind noch dabei...
Chancen stehen wohl sehr gut für Ehrhoff, von Goc hört man nicht viel...


Stuart liked what he saw from the Sharks young blueliners competing for a roster spot. Among the hopefuls are Christian Ehrhoff, Rob Davison, Matt Carkner and Tom Preissing and they continued to impress their teammates.

"They did a good job of moving the puck and getting shots from the point," said Stuart. "Colorado had their top two lines out there so it was a good test for the younger guys and the veterans."

Ehrhoff used his shot from the point to earn an assist on Milan Michalek's goal and also saw a shot that went just wide shatter the glass behind the Colorado net.

"It's the first time that has happened for me," said Ehrhoff. "It was funny . . . but I should have hit the net."

He made up for that miss by picking up the assist later.

Ehrhoff is quickly adjusting to the NHL world that he is currently playing in, however, he still knows there is room to improve.

"The biggest difference is that there is not as much time, and in Germany, they did not hit a lot," said Ehrhoff.

Ehrhoff was on the receiving end of a one of the night's better body checks.

"It doesn't bother me," said Ehrhoff. "I try to not get hit, but sometimes you have to take a hit to make a good play."



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04.10.2003 19:28
#57 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Roster Almost Set For Opening Night

When the Sharks reassigned Miroslav Zalesak to Cleveland on Friday afternoon, they basically set their roster with regards to the forwards and blueliners. The Sharks currently have 25 players in camp and are expected to carry 14 forwards, seven defensemen and three goaltenders.

If Brad Stuart is forced to start the 2003-04 campaign on the injured reserve with his shoulder injury, San Jose will be down to 24 players. While Nabokov is a lock as the number one netminder, the Sharks could have a difficult final roster move to make since both Miikka Kiprusoff and Vesa Toskala would have to clear waivers if they were assigned to Cleveland.

Should San Jose carry three netminders, they could carry just one extra forward until they figure out the logjam.

Three players who appear to have skated well enough to earn roster spots are 2003 first rounder Milan Michalek, Christian Ehrhoff, a fourth round pick out of Germany in 2001 and Tom Preissing, a free agent Tom Preissing who has signed as a free agent out of Colorado College. While there were expectations for the three entering camp, no one was guaranteeing a spot to any of them.

They appear to have taken care of that themselves. These two are not the run of the mill rookies trying to make the NHL. They have both played in their top men's league in their respective countries and they have the skills necessary for the top league in the world.

Michalek a healthy six-foot-two, 220-pounder out of Jindrichuv Hradec, Czech who many proclaimed the most NHL ready of the 2003 first round picks this summer. Over the course of training camp, he has done nothing to dispel that theory. Recently Michalek has found himself on a line with Mike Ricci, who also happened to break into the NHL as a teenager.

Michalek's skill level was on full display Thursday night against Vancouver when he dragged the puck between his legs with Ed Jovanovski draped all over him and still maintained control to drive a shot on net.

"He can stickhandle in a phone booth," said Ricci. "You'll see him dangle a few times this year. I'd love to be playing with him. He is a smart player and unlike the young guys back when I came in, he is physically mature. I battled just to get to 175 pounds. He has it."

Michalek has been compared to Marco Sturm during his first season in the NHL. Both were physically mature an extremely aware of their defensive position.

"He pays attention to what he is doing without the puck," said Sharks Head Coach Ron Wilson. "That is a big hurdle for any young player."

The player who Michalek is compared to from the mental standpoint is not surprised at Michalek's position.

"He's pretty young, but he doesn't seem 18-years-old," said Sturm. "He is going to be a heck of a hockey player."

On the comparisons between himself and Michalek…

"He has more skill," said Sturm.

As for Ehrhoff, his offense ability was never really in question has he as a laser shot and skates like the wind. Where he has impressed is where defensemen earn a living.

"He skates and shoots so well," said Wilson. "That he has played well in his own end defensively has great."
His compatriot Sturm has known of Ehrhoff's ability for quite some time now.

"I'm not really surprised with the way things have gone for him the last couple of years," said Sturm. "He played in the Olympics and was one of the top defensemen in Germany. He won the championship last year and in the German league they hit some, so you get used to it."

When it comes to language in North American, Ehrhoff's English, while not fluent, is about as good as it could be without ever living in an English speaking country. And if it was every an issue, he would have Sturm close by. Michalek has a solid understanding of the language, but will have a little more work to do. Plus with Zalesak now in Cleveland, he will be force fed English, as there is no one to speak Czech with. Michalek understands better than you would expect, but will have some work to do when speaking the language.

Sharks netminder Evgeni Nabokov says his English skills were comparable to Michalek's and he now has no problem with his secondary language.

"I was the same way," said Nabokov. "I think he'll hang out with the guys and get it quickly. You just have to work through it. It will take some time, but by the end of the year, he will have it down."

Preissing might be the most surprising roster member of the group. Some might consider it a fluke that he is a member of the top seven defensemen due to Stuart's injury, but Wilson has indicated that Preissing has played strong throughout camp.

"Preissing has played really well to this point," said Wilson. "If we started tomorrow, he would be in the lineup. But things can change in the next few days."

PLAYING TO THEIR LEVEL
Scott Parker is known for his fists, but he can play a little hockey too. He was not a first round pick for nothing. Now he finds himself playing alongside Wayne Primeau and Nils Ekman who rank one and two on the Sharks in preseason scoring.

"Wayne and I are the bookends and Ek is zooming around out there," said Parker. "When they are flying in to the zone, they back up the defense and that creates so much room."

Parker loves what he sees in his big centerman.

When Primeau gets going, he is so strong driving to the net," said Parker. "That is what I want to do."



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04.10.2003 20:31
#58 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

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If Brad Stuart is forced to start the 2003-04 campaign on the injured reserve with his shoulder injury,

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04.10.2003 20:46
#59 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

Ehrhoff schafft Sprung in den Kader der ´Sharks´
Brandner ´goes wild´ - Seidenberg, Goc und Schubert in die Farmteams


Freude auf der einen Seite, Enttäuschung auf der Anderen. Während Ehrhoff sich auf die NHL freuen darf, wurde Dennis Seidenberg zunächst ins Farmteam der Philadelphia Flyers, den Philadelphia Phantoms, abgeschoben. Seidenberg absolvierte in der vergangenen Spielzeit für die „Flyers“ vier Tore und neun Assists in 58 Spielen. Trainer Ken Hitchcock gibt dem jungen Verteidiger allerdings gute Chancen, schnell wieder den Sprung in NHL zu schaffen.

Die übrigen „NHL-Legionäre“ Marcel Goc, Dimitri Pätzold und Christoph Schubert werden die Saison zunächst in den „Minor Leagues“ bei ihren jeweiligen Farmteams beginnen.

Brandner „goes wild“

Der „Spieler der DEL-Saison 2002/2003“, Christoph Brandner, hat ebenfalls den Sprung in die NHL geschafft. Der Österreicher wird für die „Minnesota Wild“ spielen. In der Vorbereitung erzielte es bereits zwei Treffer und gab eine Vorlage.

Quelle: del.org



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04.10.2003 20:59
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Seidenberg absolvierte in der vergangenen Spielzeit für die „Flyers“ vier Tore und neun Assists in 58 Spielen

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