West Coast Bias: San Jose Sharks preview

BurnsGuests Kevin Kurz, Dennis Bernstein, and Farhan Lalji of TSN joined us for the second hour of the October 5, 2014 edition on West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio.

With Kurz, we talked everything San Jose Sharks – including trading Joe Thornton, the captaincy, their forwards, defensemen, goaltending moves, playoff failures, the nearly sold out 2015 Stadium Series game vs. the Kings, opening night in Los Angeles, and more. Later in the show, Lalji joined us to break down the Vancouver Canucks, including their chances of returning to the playoffs this season.

If you missed hour one, where we were joined by Elliotte Friedman, click here to check out that podcast.

Enjoy the free replay of hour two below or access all of our shows for download on iTunes here for free.


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