Josh Anderson

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 221
Birth Place: Burlington, Ontario
Draft: 2012 4th round (95th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • ProHockeyTalk

    Flu seems to be in the water for Sharks with Vlasic out this time

    The San Jose Sharks have already been struggling to score goals and win games. Now they’re also fighting off the sniffles. Chris Tierney missed Monday’s game with the flu, now Marc-Edouard Vlasic is missing tonight’s contest against the Minnesota Wild (in progress, on NBCSN) with an illness. CSN Bay Area’s Kevin Kurz wonders if a bug is going around, and he’s likely not the only one. With Jannik Hansen hurt – likely injured, at least? – the Sharks are trying to break their three-game skid with a group that’s far from 100 percent.


    Who stays and goes if Bruins miss playoffs again?

    The last two years have seen Felger and Mazz demand the Bruins fire people, so kudos to them for asking the same question now: Who stays and who goes if the Bruins miss the playoffs?  It was a pretty interesting conversation, even if a lot of it didn’t make sense. At any rate, it’s worth asking what will come of the likes of Don Sweeney, Cam Neely and Bruce Cassidy if this all goes to hell and the Bruins fall out of the playoffs for a third straight year.  The million-dollar question would surround Neely, whom the Jacobs obviously love. If he's moved out of his role as president -- either by being fired or being reassigned -- it would mean all bets are off for the other two. So let’s assume he

  • CSN Chicago

    Quick hits from Blackhawks-Canucks: Ryan Hartman shines

    Stop us if you've heard this before: Blackhawks play mediocre for about 40-plus minutes, pull their heads out of the sand the final 10 to 15 minutes, erase a multi-goal lead and come back to win. Well, in this one it was an overtime loss, but they'll take the point with how it started. Ryan Hartman scored twice, his second tying the game with 1:03 remaining in regulation, but Daniel Sedin scored the winner and the Vancouver Canucks took a 5-4 overtime victory over the Blackhawks on Tuesday night. With the Minnesota Wild beating the San Jose Sharks, the Blackhawks' lead in the Western Conference and Central Division is now six points. Scott Darling, in after Corey Crawford was pulled early in