John McCarthy of the San Jose Barracuda is the 2019-20 winner of the Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award as the AHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship, determination and dedication to hockey.
After making his NHL debut in October, Noah Gregor had to wait almost an entire two months for his next pot of coffee in the NHL. Given how he has played since, he might now be there for good.
When the San Jose Sharks relieved Pete DeBoer of his head coaching duties in December along with his assistants, an immediate ripple effect was felt throughout the organization.
The San Jose Sharks have acquired forward Anthony Greco and a first-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for forward Barclay Goodrow and a 2020 third-round draft selection.
by Nick Nollenberger | AHL On The Beat Maxim Letunov’s route to the highest level of the sport of hockey hasn’t been a traditional one. In his teens, Letunov left his native Russia to play Tier-1 hockey in Dallas, with the Dallas Stars U16 travel team. Then, he opted to play a pair of seasons in […]
The San Jose City Council has unanimously approved an expansion of Solar4America Ice at San Jose, including a 4,200-seat arena which will serve as the new home for the San Jose Barracuda.
San Jose Barracuda captain John McCarthy announced his retirement on Friday, and will join the club as an assistant coach effective immediately.
Roy Sommer is joining the San Jose Sharks’ staff as associate coach under new interim head coach Bob Boughner.
The San Jose Sharks selected forward Joachim Blichfeld with the second-to-last pick in the 2016 NHL draft, and they hope the found themselves a late-round steal.
San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson says that giving their crop of rookies enough time to develop at the AHL level is imperative.