San Jose Sharks podcast with Charanbir Mahal: Earthquake today in San Jose doesn’t scare Sharks fans; Bonino could return Thursday; Sharks open six game homestand tonight

San Jose Sharks goaltender James Reimer (47) stops a shot by the Philadelphia Flyers right wing Travis Konecny (11) at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Sun Oct 23, 2022 (AP News photo)

On the SJ Sharks podcast with Charanbir:

#1 Charanbir, to get this show started a 5.1 earthquake shook the South Bay 11:42 am followed by a 3.1 shaker just four minutes later at 11:46 am despite the shaking Sharks fans weren’t intimidated as they host the Vegas Golden Knights at SAP Center tonight.

#1 San Jose Sharks (2-6-0) Nick Bonino has been sidelined with an upper body injury and is expected to be out of action for tonight’s game against the Golden Knights (5-2-0).

#2 It will be the second straight game that Bonino will miss but the Sharks say he could be back on Thursday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs at SAP Center.

#3 Charanbir it’s a been a tough go for Bonino he hasn’t scored in seven games for the Sharks and the Sharks are hoping to see him make a strong comeback on offense.

#4 Tonight Charanbir is the first of six throw back sweater nights for the Sharks who will be wearing their California Golden Seals throw back jerseys. The Seals were the Bay Area’s first NHL team from 1966-1976. The Bay didn’t have an NHL team for 15 years until the Sharks came along in 1991.

#5 The Sharks went 2-2 on this last road trip and are 2-6 are hoping to defeat the Golden Knights who defeated the Maple Leafs in their last game on Monday night 3-1. Charanbir how do you see these two teams matching up tonight?

Charanbir Mahal filled in for Troy Ewers who does the Sharks podcasts during Sharks home games at

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