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Dudes On Hockey

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The Sharks trade Jake Middleton at the deadline, but make no other big moves.
The Sharks are not good, and trajectory of the team is uncertain. The Dudes weigh in on the Hertl signing and the direction of the franchise.
Evander Kane is gone from the Sharks forever, and the team is attempting to terminate his contract. What does this mean for the Sharks going forward, and Tomas Hertl in particular?
The Dudes are back after a long absence, and the Sharks are plugging along. Mike and Doug discuss the highlights, lowlights, and big questions still posed to the Sharks for this season.
The season is almost upon us, and the Dudes find some optimism, even though the Sharks might not be a playoff team.
The Sharks couldn’t do a major shakeup this offseason, but there are changes afoot. Martin Jones has been bought out, 2 veteran players added, a possible All-Star talent drafted, and an uncertain future for Evander Kane.
Mike wins the Vegas bet, and there are two important events for the Sharks in the next couple of weeks- the Kraken expansion draft and the amateur draft. What will the Sharks do?
Montreal and Tampa have made the Stanley Cup Final, and the Vegas bet is still on the line. The Dudes talk about that, and the Sharks’ historical performance in drafting 1st-round picks.
Statements from the GM and some players indicate they think the Sharks will be much better next season- the Dudes disagree. Also Mike and Doug preview the first round series of the 2021 playoffs.
The Sharks have lost eight straight, so the Dudes look to other topics. Also stay tuned for details on a live stream of the Coyotes game on 4/28.
The Sharks go from being somehow in the playoff hunt to repeatedly losing badly against the worst teams in the division.
The Sharks have won three in a row, and have a stretch of very winnable games against bottom-tier opponents coming up. Will they be a playoff team soon?
The Sharks take two off the of Kings, but drop two against the Coyotes. What should happen next in this lost season?
The Sharks one get one point in four games, and despite some good showings, have taken themselves out of playoff contention.
The Sharks win three in a row, with plenty of bright spots. But will it carry over in Vegas?
The Sharks’ goaltending is bad. Really bad. But there have been no consequences for either goalie, and the Dudes, along with the fans, are fed up.
The Sharks lose badly to Minnesota and then a chaotic game against the Blues, but win convincingly against a good Avs team. Is this the new identity? Also, stay tuned for the Dudes streaming during the Knights game either Friday or Saturday.
Despite a frustrating late collapse to the Blues, the Sharks have had their best week of the season. Also, come and join the Dudes on their twitch stream for the Vegas game on Thursday at https://www.twitch.tv/dudesonhockey
The Dudes discuss the EK65 injury, the Simek injury, and the seeming lack of positive culture on the team.
The Dudes mix it up and record the podcast while watching the first period of the Kings game on February 9.
The Sharks have had some dark days so far this season, but they are about to play some weak teams in the division.
The Sharks have been up and down this year, and don’t seem to yet have an identity.
The rest of the league may have written off the Sharks, but can they compete in the West? Also, teams are drafted for the Vegas bet.
The Sharks will start the next season in 2021 without Joe Thornton, and possibly not even in San Jose.
The Sharks make two separate deals with the Wild to get Ryan Donato and Devan Dubnyk, and re-sign Kevin Lebanc in free agency.
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