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Social Reaction to Kane's New Deal

by Ann Frazier /

Sharks Re-Sign Evander Kane

Sharks re-sign forward Evander Kane

The San Jose Sharks re-sign forward Evander Kane to a seven-year contract

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On Thursday, May 24, the San Jose Sharks announced that Evander Kane was re-signed to a 7-year contract. The forward was slated to be an unrestricted free agent on July 1, but after coming over to San Jose at the trade deadline, Kane decided that the Sharks were the team for him for the foreseeable future. 

Tweet from @SanJoseSharks: It's official: the #SJSharks re-sign @evanderkane_9 to a 7-year contract! ��:


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Kane signs seven-year contract with Sharks

Forward would have been unrestricted free agent July 1

by Eric Gilmore / Correspondent

SAN JOSE -- Evander Kane signed a seven-year contract with the San Jose Sharks on Thursday.

Financial terms were not released.

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Sharks Re-Sign Kane to 7-Year Contract

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE, CA - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has re-signed forward Evander Kane (@evanderkane_9) to a seven-year contract extension. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"At only 26 years old, Evander has established himself as one of hockey's true power forwards and an impact player," said Wilson. "We think his abilities mesh perfectly with our group of skilled, young players and veteran leaders. It's extremely heartening to have Evander join a trend of elite players who have chosen to remain in San Jose. It speaks volumes as to how players view this organization and further illustrates the continued commitment to our fans by our owner Hasso Plattner."

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Hockey 101 with Snoop

Episode 7: The Penalty Box @NHL

The Professor's Professor, Dogg Cherry, aka "99+2: The Greater One," the one and only Snoop Dogg gives you the scoop on all things hockey. Watch and learn.

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San Jose Jr. Sharks: Successful Seasons

by Ann Frazier /

This season, all levels of the Sharks organization made the playoffs: the San Jose Sharks, San Jose Barracuda, and Allen Americans. But the professional level wasn't where the postseason success stopped. 

The San Jose Jr. Sharks and Oakland Bears both saw their youth hockey teams succeed in their own playoffs, including bringing home championships to the Bay Area. 

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Shark Life: Shark in the Water

by Ann Frazier /

Just when you thought it was safe to get back in the water…

Usually, when a shark is spotted in the water, there's mass panic and a blockbuster movie lurking about. But things are a little different at the Burns household, especially where Jagger Burns' birthday is concerned.

Jagger (who you may know for his All-Star Game antics) invited mascot S.J. Sharkie to his birthday party - a birthday pool party. And of course, S.J. Sharkie couldn't resist joining the kiddos in the water. 

Tweet from @sjsharkie: Just finishing the day hanging out in the pool with @Burnzie88 for Jagger���s birthday. What are you doing ;)

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World Championship

World Championship Buzz: Sweden tops Switzerland to defend gold

Wins in shootout; United States defeats Canada for bronze @NHL

The 2018 IIHF World Championship in Denmark is a showcase for NHL players of the present, past and future who are not involved in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The 16-nation tournament began May 4 and runs through May 20.

More than 100 NHL players are involved in this year's tournament, with star-studded Sweden looking to repeat as champion. Stars include Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid, Canada's captain, and Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane, the United States captain.

Most of the World Championship games will be broadcast by NHL Network, including every United States game. The NHL Network schedule is here.

The World Championship Buzz is's hub for all the results and news from the tournament.

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Meier Making the Most of Playing For Switzerland at Worlds

by Aaron Vickers @AAVickers /

COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Timo Meier is pretty used to the California sun at this point.

He apparently didn't feel the need to chase more rays.

No sand required to kickoff his summer. No shorts, no sandals.

Just Switzerland.

"It's been a lot of fun," said Meier, whose post post-season vacation idea was to star with his home country of Switzerland at the 2018 IIHF World Championship in Denmark.

"It's an honor. For me, playing in the World Championship and having the opportunity to show myself, representing Switzerland wearing my Swiss flag, I'm going to try to really enjoy it all.

"So far it's been a really fun ride."

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Noah Rod is Making Strides at the International Level

by Aaron Vickers @AAVickers /

COPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Noah Rod is no stranger to skating on international ice.

But, admittedly, his experience at the 2018 IIHF World Championship with Team Switzerland is a little different.

This go-round is at the top of the chart as far as hockey milestones go for the San Jose Sharks prospect.

"It's the most important, and the best experience in my career, I think," said Rod, who was selected in the second round (No. 53) of the 2014 NHL Draft.

"Playing here with superstars from the NHL, that's amazing for me."

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World Championship

2018 World Championship schedule

Complete list of games for international tournament May 4-20 in Denmark @NHL

The 2018 IIHF World Championship in Denmark is a showcase for NHL players of the present, past and future who are not involved in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The 16-nation tournament began May 4 and runs through May 20.

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