It is easy to forget that rising star Timo Meier is only 23 years old.
In the San Jose Sharks first do-or-die game of the season, the game-winning goal came from an unlikely hero.
Judging by the 82 penalty minutes, and fisticuffs left and right, neither the Sharks or Ducks cared this was an exhibition.
There is a new professional hockey team in San Jose, and like the Sharks, it will also come in the form of a fearsome fish.
The Sharks and four other NHL clubs are moving their top minor-league affiliates to California.
The Bulls and AHL Worcester Sharks have been busy shuffling players between camps.
The Sharks signed the 18th overall pick in the 2013 NHL draft, defenseman Mirco Mueller, to an entry-level contract.
Seven members of the San Francisco Bulls have been invited to attend Worcester Sharks training camp.
22-year-old Slovakian Marek Viedensky will be staying in the San Jose Sharks family after signing a new contract.
The Bulls have traded forward Justin Bowers and defenseman Sacha Guimond to the Gwinnett Gladiators.