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2015 San Jose Sharks Training Camp Coverage
Ducks pound SJ in preseason finale
The Sharks put the wraps on their preseason by dropping a 5-1 decision to the Anaheim Ducks in Southern California on Saturday night. The score is a little deceptive based on the fact that the Sharks essentially wheeled out a "B" Team, while the Ducks skated most of their starters. While giving most of their regulars the night off, it allowed the Sharks brass to assess players who sit on the bubble just four days before the start of the regular season.

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Sharks Jonesing over goaltending performance
The Sharks bounced back from their lack-luster performance on Monday night with a solid performance across the lineup on Tuesday in Vancouver, to knock off the Canucks 4-0. San Jose received scoring from four different players, including two goal from the defense, and rode goaltender Martin Jones to a commanding victory of the host Canucks.

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Sharks drop first preseason game
The Sharks kicked off their pre-season game schedule on Monday night by participating in the Kraft Hockeyville Game held at the Q Center in Victoria, British Columbia. The Sharks rolled out a roster of primarily 3rd and 4th line players, combined with a pool of prospects, in a low scoring affair in a contest intended to provide coaches with a chance to evaluate bubble players in an NHL environment. The Sharks would drop the game 1-0 in overtime, surrendering a 4-on-3 goal in the extra session.

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Training Camp Photo Gallery
Photos from the September 18th kickoff to training cap at Sharks Ice in San Jose, California. Click on any photo for a larger image. All photos, copyright, 2015.

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Big boys hit the ice
The big boys stepped out onto the ice this morning as regular rostered players practiced for the first time this season at Sharks Ice in San Jose. The likes of Joe Thornton, Joe Pavelski and Logan Couture all ran through drills for the first time under new head coach Peter DeBoer, in 60 minute practices. The 50 some odd players were split into two groups, which Group A hitting the ice at 9:30 Friday morning. Group B ran through identical drills at 11:45.

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Training Camp picks up steam
While you were trying to cool down from the week's crazy heat, the Sharks kicked things into gear with a number of items of note, starting with FanFest on Saturday. The team is poised to open training camp as they embark on their 25th season in San Jose.

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Changes lead to questions
After struggling to find an identity and missing the playoffs for the first time in an eternity last season, the Sharks enter the 2015-16 campaign with big expectations but even bigger questions about the make up of their roster. Sharks GM Doug Wilson made several off-season moves to fill holes vacated by several players moved late last year or who did not re-sign with the club during the summer. On paper, the moves don't appear drastic, but plenty of mysteries abound, including the massive question mark hovering in front to San Jose's crease as the club prepares to start it's 25th training camp and campaign.

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"C" ya when I "C" ya
Not that he's really put himself out on a limb since taking over the bench job as the Sharks new head coach, Peter DeBoer's one commitment to Sharks fans this off season is that his team will have a captain this season. He didn't say when the big announcement will happen, but that it will happen sometime during the 2015-16 season. The Sharks headless approach to leadership (or multi-headed depending on who you ask) resulted in one of the worst seasons in the past decade, so with that experiment behind them, DeBoer gets a clean slate to work with.

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Training camp primer
An older article on Training Camp. Some good info on how to prepare...Hockey is on the horizon folks. Training camp is right around the corner, followed by the Sharks 25th NHL season and crack at conquering Lord Stanley’s Cup. I’ve seen a few questions regarding how training camp works and the best way for hockey fans to partake in the pre-season festivities, so I thought I’d throw together something. If you have other suggestions or comments, feel free to post them in the message boards.

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More Camp Info
Attending Training Camp --
Some practice sessions at Sharks Ice at San Jose will be open to the public. Select practices at SAP Center at San Jose, if scheduled, are NOT open to the public. Please check the Sharks web site at for further details. At either facility, spectators MUST sit in designated seats at all times, WITH NO EXCEPTIONS. Please note that Sharks Ice at San Jose contains multiple ice rinks and all may be utilized on a daily basis.

1. All spectators must remain seated in the bleachers for the duration of the practice session. Guests are not allowed to stand at the glass or behind the net areas.

2. Spectators are not allowed within the roped off area where players enter and exit the ice. Spectators must remain behind the guard ropes at all times.

3. Spectators are not permitted to bang on the glass at any time

4. Photography is allowed from the bleacher area. Photographs taken must only be used for personal use and spectators are prohibited from attempting to sell or publish any images taken at Sharks Ice per NHL Images policy.

5. Practices may be closed to the public without notice or advance warning at the team’s discretion.

6. For your own safety, guests MAY NOT stand in moving traffic aisles of Sharks Ice seeking autographs. Everyone MUST remain within the designated area outlined by Sharks Ice Management.

7. Sharks Ice Management may ask Spectators to leave Practice Rink at any time; failure to follow requests from Sharks Ice Management shall be cause for removal from Rink.

8. Sharks Ice Management may from time to time and without prior Notice revise these Practice Rules as it deems desirable and/or develop rules for public viewing and San Jose Sharks practices at SAP Center.

Roster Cuts --
As part of the current collective bargaining agreement, NHL clubs cannot carry more than 23 players on their active roster. There are no mandatory cut down dates, but teams must be at their limit by their first regular season game. Additional players attending camp, but not making the Sharks, will be assigned to the Sharks top development affiliate, the San Jose Barracuda of the American Hockey League, other minor league teams or returned to their Junior or European clubs.
Camp Information
Sharks Ice
1500 S. Tenth Street
San Jose, California
Tel: 408-279-6000
9/10 - Prospects Report
9/12-13 - Rookies Games vs Anaheim
9/17 - Veterans Report
Training Camp Discussion on the
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Today's News -
The Sharks dropped their pre-season finale 5-1 to the Anaheim Ducks in Southern California on Saturday night. Alex Stalock was roughed for 5 goals on 39 shots in the loss.
Pre-Season Schedule
9/12 - SJ - ANA - Rookies Game
9/13 - SJ - ANA - Rookies Game
9/21 - SJ @ VAN - 1-0 L (OT)
9/22 - SJ @ VAN - 4-0 W
9/25 - PHO @ SJ - 4-1 W
9/26 - ANA @ SJ - 2-1 L
9/29 - VAN @ SJ - 2-1 W
10/2 - SJ @ PHO 3-0 W
10/3 - SJ @ ANA - 5-1 L
10/7 - Regular Season Begins

Complete Training Camp Schedule Here

Cut Counter (23 roster spots)
Players Remaining Cuts Remaining
27 4
Camp Roster
Click here for a printable training camp roster.
1 - Grosenick
3 - Stollery
4 - Dillon
7 - Martin
8 - Pavelski
11 - Lerg
12 - Marleau
13 - Torres
17 - McCarthy
18 - Brown
19 - Thornton
21 - Smith
23 - McLaren
27 - Donskoi
28 - Meier
30 - Dell
31 - Jones
32 - Stalock
34 - Herbst
35 - Rumpel
38 - Haley
39 - Couture
40 - Carpenter
41 - Mueller
42 - Ward
43 - Pinkston
44 - Vlasic
45 - Cundari
47 - Ryan
48 - Hertl
50 - Tierney
51 - McNally
52 - Helewka
53 - Jevpalovs
55 - Emanuelsson
56 - Schoenbom
57 - Wingels
59 - Sadowy
60 - Chartier
61 - Braun
62 - Labanc
63 - Bergman
64 - Vanier
67 - Arseneau
68 - Karlsson
70 - Young
72 - Doremus
73 - Crane
74 - DeMelo
76 - Fitzgerald
78 - Harper
80 - Tennyson
81 - Roy
82 - Goldobin
83 - Nieto
84 - Parkes
86 - Langlois
88 - Burns
89 - Goodrow
90 - Boudreau
94 - Federico
95 - Ratelle
96 - DiPaolo
Areneau - 67
Bergman - 63
Boudreau - 90
Braun - 61
Brown - 18
Burns - 88
Carpenter - 40
Chartier - 60
Couture - 39
Crane - 73
Cundari - 45
Dell - 30
DeMelo - 74
Dillon - 4
Dipaolo - 96
Donskoi - 27
Doremus - 72
Emanuelsson - 55
Federico - 94
Fitzgeradld - 76
Goldobin - 82
Goodrow - 89
Grosenick - 1
Haley - 38
Harper - 78
Helewka - 52
Herbst - 34
Hertl - 48
Jevpalovs - 53
Jones - 31
Karlsson - 68
Labanc - 62
Langlois - 86
Lerg - 11
Marleau - 12
Martin - 7
McCarthy - 17
McLaren - 43
McNally - 51
Meier - 28
Mueller - 41
Nieto - 83
Parkes - 84
Pavelski - 8
Pinkston - 43
Ratelle - 95
Roy - 81
Rumpel - 35
Ryan - 47
Sadowy - 59
Schoenbom - 56
Smith - 21
Stalock - 32
Stollery - 3
Tennyson - 80
Thornton - 19
Tierney - 50
Torres - 13
Vanier - 64
Vlasic - 44
Ward - 42
Wingels - 57
Young - 70
= in camp = cut
Photo Galleries
:: Camp Photos from 9/18

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