Sharks open training camp in front of 'best fans in sports'
Joe Thornton, Joe Pavelski and Co. talk about their first day of training camp since the end of the NHL lockout.
Will Clark does sixteen. And NHL players realized they don't have much time to get their act together. Other the Sharks over the regular season next Sunday in Calgary are Brodie Brazil wasn't settles latest team until opened training camp. Hockey fans in the south -- have waited a long time to cheer for their guys. This is how the end of the lockout looks and sounds. Okay. Smiles and things -- -- -- good players everywhere expands its course here it's nice to see after. Eight months of not playing it's I see that the fans appreciate us being back we do know that the fans are going to be here. And come on on the ice and in here a while they were hard passionate and how excited they are gonna occupy Baghdad. It is called. Under normal circumstances. Sharks training camps usually last about three weeks but when you consider this team needs to make significant changes from last season. The question has to be asked realistically. What can be accomplished here in the next seven days. There's a lot of you know his college we've been in a lot of covered a lot today and just about take them all enough fast pace and we just when -- assistants interviewed assistants. In a good power couple like on and and just you know that guys that have played in a while back yeah. Shape conditioning and chemistry will be factors with all NHL teams but head coach Todd McLellan says the biggest focus with his group. We'll be getting timing back. It's a -- reading and reacting. Jump into holes at the right time getting that feel back for the game and then when you have that you look like you're in better condition you look like your roster. We're trying to work them out as well through week in San Jose going Brazil Comcast sports net.