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Tomas Hertl Done For The Season With Torn ACL And MCL

via NHL.com,

Tomas Hertl will miss the remainder of the season for the San Jose Sharks because of a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee.

The 26-year-old forward sustained the injury in the first period of a 5-2 loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday when he went into the end boards with Canucks defenseman Christopher Tanev.

This is the second significant right-knee injury for Hertl, who was second on the Sharks with 36 points (16 goals, 20 assists) in 48 games and was named an all-star for the first time as an injury replacement for teammate Logan Couture, who is out with a fractured ankle. He had surgery to repair damaged ligaments in his right knee as a rookie in 2013-14.

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Four More Years For Tomas Hertl In San Jose

SAN JOSE - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has re-signed Forward Tomas Hertl (@TomasHertl48) to a four-year contract. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.  

"Tomas took a big step forward last season, both on and off the ice, and we feel that he is just starting to hit his prime," said Wilson. "He has the ability to be a dominant player in this League and proved during the playoffs that he can take over any given game with his combination of skill and strength. His capability to play both center and the wing gives our team some flexibility, and he has one of the most infectious personalities in our dressing room. We're excited he made this commitment to our organization." 

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Doug Wilson Statement On Tomas Hertl Not Playing In The World Cup

SAN JOSE, CA - San Jose Sharks General Manager Doug Wilson today released the following statement regarding Tomas Hertl's decision to withdraw from the World Cup of Hockey.
"After speaking with Tomas, we're pleased that he has chosen to put his commitment to the Sharks and his teammates first.
"I know he's disappointed to not be able to represent his country but Tomas is on track to be ready for the start of the NHL season and he doesn't want to do anything to jeopardize that.
"Tomas had a breakthrough season last year, particularly in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and we're excited to see him build on that progress this coming year."

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San Jose Sharks Make Tomas Hertl Signing Official

SAN JOSE - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has re-signed forward Tomas Hertl (@TomasHertl48) to a two-year contract.

"We're excited to keep Tomas in the fold and are appreciative of all of his work to help get this deal done," said Wilson. "He is an extremely important piece of our team, which was magnified with his absence during much of the Stanley Cup Final. He has shown steady improvement each season and deserves a lot of credit for his commitment into what we are building here. We're looking forward to having him back to start the 2016-17 season."

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Tomas Hertl Signs A Two-Year Contract With San Jose

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Report- Tomas Hertl Close To A Return

via Kevin Kurz of CSNBayArea,

Sharks rookie Tomas Hertl could return to the Sharks’ lineup soon.

Very soon.

The 20-year-old forward is expected to be ready in time for the Sharks’ first playoff game next week against the Los Angeles Kings, according to a source, and pending medical approval.

Hertl, who has been skating with the team since Feb. 26, may even try to play in one of the Sharks’ final two regular season games, should be he cleared in time. The Sharks host Colorado on Friday and visit Phoenix on Saturday to conclude the 82-game slate.

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Matheson sees the trade deadline shaping up as a Western Conference arms race

The Edmonton Journal's Jim Matheson leads us up to the trade deadline wondering whether the trade deadline will in fact play out as witnessing Chicago, Los Angeles, San Jose and Anaheim attempt to strike back at the St. Louis Blues' preemptive roster-strenghtening strike in bringing Ryan Miller and Steve Ott into the fold:

Do the Kings have to get New York Islanders’ unrestricted free agent winger Thomas Vanek now, even if the whole world knows Vanek is going to sign in Minnesota, where he has a summer home? Or should they go for Matt Moulson, who played 29 games with L.A. after general manager Dean Lombardi signed him as a free agent out of Cornell University in 2006?

Do the Ducks, who have two first-round picks and two seconds this June and need a right-handed shooting defenceman, take a big swing at six-foot-eight Tyler Myers in Buffalo, even though his salary-cap hit is $5.5 million? They could offer somebody like forward Kyle Palmeiri, but would probably keep winger Emerson Etem and goalie Viktor Fasth.

Are the Sharks deep enough with the return of third-line winger Raffi Torres following knee surgery, No. 2 centre Logan Couture (hand operation), and rookie sensation winger Tomas Hertl (knee) skating again?

Matheson continues, and he also discusses David Poile's health and the possible destinations for Christian Ehrhoff in his, "This 'n' That"...

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Sharks May Have Lost Hertl For A Month Or Longer

via TSN,

The San Jose Sharks could be without the services of rookie forward Tomas Hertl for an extended period of time.

Roman Jedlicka of Czech TV network TV Nova Sport reported on Friday morning that the 20-year-old could be out for a month. TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie corroborated the report and added that Hertl's spell on the sidelines could last even longer than that.

Hertl sustained an apparent knee injury when he was hit knee-on-knee by Los Angeles Kings captain Dustin Brown in Thursday night's 4-1 loss. Brown was assessed a five-minute major on the play, as well as a game misconduct.

The 2012 first-round pick is a heavy Calder Trophy favourite, leading all rookies in goals (15) and points (25) in 35 games played.

Review the hit here...

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Video- Hertl Hurt, Needs To Avoid The Opposition

from Kevin Kurz of CSNBayArea,

Sharks forward Tomas Hertl left late in the second period of Saturday night's game against Ottawa after getting hit by the Senators’ Clarke MacArthur, and did not return.

Hertl skated immediately to the dressing room after taking what looked to be a check to the shoulder/head area with 2:14 left in the middle frame. The hit did not look particularly vicious, and Hertl was hunched over and had his head down while taking a backhand shot towards the net.

“He fell into a player,” head coach Todd McLellan said. “Basically, he was going to the net, stumbled and fell into him. He’s a little bit sore, but I think he’ll be fine tomorrow.”


Watch the play below and Hertl basically skated, head down, right into MacArthur.

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Adam Oates Has An Issue With The Hertl Goal

from Katie Carrera of Capitals Insider,

Capitals Coach Adam Oates can appreciate the cool play, but sides with those who don’t see that type of goal as appropriate.

“I’m upset. I was just talking to George [McPhee] and he said all the kids do that nowadays, which I understand. But would he have done it on his first goal?” Oates said. “He hasn’t scored yet tonight and he gets a breakaway, is he going to do that on his breakaway? We’ll see.

“I think it was a little bit of a mood thing, which I’m sure they talked about, because they didn’t play him after that,” Oates continued. “I’m glad the coach did that because this league, it will bite you if you’re not sharp. Don’t disrespect the league. I’m sure it was a rookie mistake.”

During Oates’s playing days, a goal like that would have brought at least a fight or a solid slash from a goaltender, if not more.

more and if you missed or want to see the goal again, watch it below...

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