San Jose Sharks podcast with Mary Lisa Walsh: Kevin Weekes named as a top contender for Sharks GM job

Former New Jersey Devils goaltender and NHL Network analyst Kevin Weekes is a top contender for the San Jose Sharks general manager job (photo from Kevin Weekes twitter account)

On the Sharks podcast with Mary Lisa:

#1 The Sharks are on a course to look for a new general manager for retired Doug Wilson. The Sharks who had lost nine of their last 11 games have struggled in the last few months of the season are looking for someone who can be like Wilson and consistently build a team that makes the post season each year. Kevin Weekes a former NHL goaltender and NHL Network analyst has been placed as a contender for the Sharks GM job.

#2 Wilson who reportedly got a persistent cough and had to step away from his general manager job how much did his absence at the helm impact the Sharks as an organization and the players efforts on the ice.

#3 You look back on the season the Sharks did have some bright spots with some good offensive scoring from Timo Meier, Tomas Hertl, and Logan Couture who were the top three scorers for the Sharks this season.

#4 Mary Lisa when you look at the current slump the team is in and some of the struggles they’ve had getting here what are some of the areas that you can point to where they really need improving.

#5 Just a couple hours away the Chicago Blackhawks and San Jose Sharks will face off at SAP Center in San Jose. The Blackhawks have won two of their last 11 games, more recently winning two of their last five games. The Sharks come into tonight’s game winning one of their last 11 games. Puck drops at 5:00 pm PDT.

Mary Lisa does the Sharks podcasts Wednesdays at

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