Kevin Kurz

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It’s impossible to predict if the Sharks will name a captain this season and it's very possible that team management doesn't know themselves.
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The Sharks play 16 of their first 21 on the road, but they're seeing the positives. A close-knit team could enjoy plenty of late home games.
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On paper it looks like the Sharks are off to a good start, but many aspects of their shutout against the Jets have coach Todd McLellan concerned.
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Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Tomas Hertl gave the Sharks an early lead, as they cruised to another shutout in their home opener against the Jets.
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Given how things played out last year, and without much alteration to their respective rosters, the Sharks and Jets are in for a tight game tonight.
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The message from Sharks management was that both goaltenders would get a chance in 2014, and two games in, they're true to their word.
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The Sharks face off against Dustin Byfuglien and the Jets in their 2014 home opener at the SAP Center, in what will be a battle of undefeateds.
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Barclay Goodrow would have been in the Sharks' opening night lineup except that he hurt his hand at the end of the last preseason game.
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All summer, Sharks management said Logan Couture was one of their most important players. But then they didn't name him an alternate captain.
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The Sharks beat the Kings 4-0 in the season opener. Maybe more important than the outcome, prospect Mirco Mueller looks like he belongs.
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The Sharks are out to a fast start to their new season. Get your questions ready and join Insider Kevin Kurz today at 1 p.m. for an hour of free-flowing hockey talk.
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Patrick Marleau had his "A" removed, and then returned. After the drama, the Sharks' pillar of consistency was asked, "What's changed?"
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Todd McLellan wanted every player to have a voice in the dressing room. He's pleased with the early results, but decisions remain.
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It was a cathartic win for the Sharks, who dominated every facet of the opener against their rivals and can now return home with clear heads.
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Tommy Wingels scored two of four goals and Antti Niemi closed the door on the Kings' snipers, as San Jose won big at the Staples Center.

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