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Hertl Traded, Deadline Fallout, Money Mike Rebuilds – The Pucknologists 212

With 7 minutes left in the game, the Sharks cough up a 3 goal lead against the Dallas Stars, the New York Islanders torch the Sharks 4 goals in the 2nd period, and San Jose get their first Cali Fin win versus the Ottawa Senators.

Also, the trade deadline brings the departure of San Jose’s most popular player, an emotional Logan Couture calls his season over, other Sharks impacted by the trade deadline, back to back games played in front of their most sparse crowd, and the rebuild officially begins.

Every Sunday this season, we give out a prize pack including a shirsey, Sharks lunchbox, or Hertl bobblehead. Join us in the YouTube chat and share your takes on the week.


– Sharks give up 3 different leads, lose 7-6 to Dallas in OT
– San Jose allows 7 goals for the 2nd straight game in 7-2 loss to the Islanders
– Thomas Bordeleau scores twice in 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators
– Tomas Hertl traded to the Vegas Golden Knights
– Other trade deadline moves made and not made by the Sharks
– Logan Couture says he’s done for the season after playing only 6 games
– Attendance dwindling to dangerously low numbers
– Heroes and Zeros
– NHL stories… trade deadline fallout
– The San Jose Barracuda
– Tweets of the week: Sharks twitter is self aware
– Weekly contest winner announced
– and more…

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