Craig Custance writes that the San Jose Sharks, a dangerous team this postseason because of the emergence of Logan Couture, are benefiting from the extra time off between their first- and second-round playoff series.
Every season there comes a time when the Sharks look like world beaters ... and then the playoffs start and San Jose's season is cut short of a Cup. Can this year be any different? Craig Custance explores the question.
Players and prospects weren't the only things savvy teams should have picked up from the 2013 trade deadline. Craig Custance points out several critical errors GMs should avoid when building their teams.
Faced with what may be the Sharks' final chance to chase the Cup with their current core of players, Craig Custance writes that there is even more urgency for San Jose's players in the shortened season.
Craig Custance breaks down the key themes in the Pacific Division ahead of the 2013 season. Among the most notable storylines: Jaromir Jagr leads an impressive corps of veterans in the division. How will they hold up in the short-season sprint?