If Mike Babcock and the Toronto Maple Leafs are serious about bringing talented-Ontario born players to the club, the upcoming NHL Draft could be their biggest opportunity.
Only 10 points separated the San Jose Sharks at the top of the division from the Dallas Stars at the bottom last season.
Henrik Sedin proved that he just might have it in him after all.
The Vancouver captain scored the game-winning goal in as the Vancouver Canucks made a third-period comeback to beat the San Jose Sharks 3–2 in the Western Conference Final series opener, showing his critics he can get the job done, regular season or not.
Devin Setoguchi scored three goals, including the overtime winner at 9:21, leading the San Jose Sharks to a 4-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings, giving them a commanding 3-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal.
San Jose Sharks 2009/2010 Record: 51-20-11, 113 Points, 1st in the Pacific Division, 1st in the Western Conference Key Additions: G Antero Nittymaki, F Jamal Mayers, D Andreas Lilia, G Antti Niemi Key Departures: G…