Steve Quailer

#96LW,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 209
Born:
Birth Place: Arvada, Colorado
Draft: 2008 3rd round (86th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • CSN Bay Area

    Three takeaways: Sharks' third line woes continue

    ST. PAUL – The losing streak endures, as the Sharks dropped their fourth straight, 3-2 in Minnesota on Tuesday night. A quick start from the home team, and an even quicker response after the Sharks tied it up late in the second keyed the Wild win. Let’s dig a little deeper, though, with our three takeaways… 1 – Wild come out flying The Sharks’ general lack of panic after their latest loss, as we touched on in the recap, surely had something to do with the circumstances. Minnesota had an extra day of rest while the Sharks were on their second of a back-to-back, with travel. San Jose was also capping off a stretch of seven games in just 11 days (I believe we’ve mentioned here before just how monumentally

  • Video: Leafs’ Carrick delivers thunderous hit on Blue Jackets’ Anderson
    ProHockeyTalk2 hours ago

    Video: Leafs’ Carrick delivers thunderous hit on Blue Jackets’ Anderson

    Both the Columbus Blue Jackets and Toronto Maple Leafs have motivation to win their Wednesday game, but the Maple Leafs need it more. So far, it shows, too. The Maple Leafs have raced off to a 2-0 lead, with Auston Matthews scoring his 33rd goal of the season. If generating such offense didn’t highlight the urgency, Connor Carrick‘s huge hit on Josh Anderson makes a compelling argument. Witness that big impact in the video above. There was also another high-impact moment when Nick Foligno went crashing into the boards:

  • With a tight race at the top, the Caps have plenty of incentive to finish strong
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    With a tight race at the top, the Caps have plenty of incentive to finish strong

    Last season, the Caps owned a laughable 17-point lead in the Metropolitan Division on this date. A year later, the Caps’ situation couldn’t be more different. Barry Trotz and Co. still are in first place as the red-hot Flames come to town. But they share the division perch with the Blue Jackets (100 points apiece), while the Penguins and Rangers lurk just behind with 99 and 93 points, respectively. And, oh yeah, Washington, Columbus and Pittsburgh are also 1-2-3 in the league standings. Which leads us to the most discussed topic following Tuesday’s morning skate: Might a tighter race benefit a Caps’ team that coasted to the finish line a year ago simply because it could? Nicklas Backstrom, for