Through his own ferocious play, Ryane Clowe taught his San Jose Sharks teammates the spirit of toughness and sticking together.
The New York Rangers are counting on that very hard-nosed player doing the same thing as he moves across the country to join another contender.
New York acquired the fiery forward from the Sharks for three draft picks Tuesday, ahead of Wednesday's trade deadline. Read More
The NHL is back and the San Francisco Bulls are feeling the trickle-down effects.
The Bulls are not only losing NHLers Torrey Mitchell and Ryane Clowe, but Andrew Crescenzi, Jamie Devane, Mikael Tam and Daniil Tarasov are also leaving the team to skate in the AHL.
“That’s the nature of our business. It’s tough to deal with sometimes,” coach Pat Curcio said. “We haven’t really had to deal with it the first three or four months of the season because the NHL has been gone.” Read More
After recording five points against the Ontario Reign on Friday, San Francisco Bulls center Marek Viedensky jumped onto the microphone at the Cow Palace. “It feels great to play here,” he told the crowd. “You’re our seventh man on the ice.”The admiration is mutual. The Bulls are 5-1 since Viedensky’s arrival from Worcester of the American Hockey League on Nov. 15. The team had dropped nine of 10 games before the Slovakian center joined the roster. Read More
Momentum is everything in hockey and the San Francisco Bulls are looking to build on a dramatic come-from-behind win against the Utah Grizzlies over the weekend. After losing nine of 10 games, the Bulls picked up four points over the weekend by knocking off the Idaho Steelheads 4-2 on Friday and the Grizzlies 4-3 in a shootout Sunday. Read More
San Francisco Bulls coach Pat Curcio is expecting his team to play with more discipline when they face the Ontario Reign for the third time in eight days tonight in Southern California.
The Bulls racked up 43 penalty minutes in a 7-0 loss to the Reign at the Cow Palace on Saturday. Read More
The expansion San Francisco Bulls netted a big goal this week when they signed San Jose Sharks veteran Ryane Clowe to an ECHL contract. Throwing an NHL name up on the marquee can’t be bad for business.
But if cooler heads prevail, Clowe will be skating with the Sharks before anyone figures out who the Elmira Jackals, the Wheeling Nailers and the Kalamazoo Wings are. Read More
Ryane Clowe participated in his first official hockey practice since last year’s NHL playoffs at the Yerba Buena Ice Skating Center on Tuesday morning. But he didn’t skate with his usual squad, the Sharks.Instead, he worked out with the club’s ECHL affiliate, the San Francisco Bulls. Read More