Bryan Lerg

#11LW,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 175
Born:
Birth Place: Livonia, Michigan
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: L
  • Could Joe Thornton be the answer to Montreal’s top-line centre conundrum?
    Eyes On The Prize

    Could Joe Thornton be the answer to Montreal’s top-line centre conundrum?

    It’s rare that one of the NHL’s all-time leading point producers hits the free-agent market. This year two of them are headed in that direction. One of them is Jarome Iginla, who should only re-sign to retire in Calgary with the Flames, but that’s a different topic. The other is Jumbo Joe Thornton, and it’s unclear whether his future still lies in San Jose after yet another early playoff exit. The long-time Sharks centre sits in a tie for 22nd all-time in points with 1391, including a ridiculous 1007 assists. Could he be that mythical top-line centre Montreal has been searching for in recent years? Thornton is one of the best playmakers in the NHL in the past 15 years. Since joining the Sharks

  • Barracuda power play leads the way in Game 2 win over Grand Rapids
    NBCS Bay Area

    Barracuda power play leads the way in Game 2 win over Grand Rapids

    SAN JOSE – The Sharks’ top minor league affiliate, the San Jose Barracuda, has advanced to the American Hockey League’s conference final round. The best-of-seven series against the Grand Rapids Griffins begins on Saturday at SAP Center for Game 1 and continues on Sunday for Game 2. Their performance so far, both in the regular season and the playoffs, is encouraging for an organization that fielded an NHL roster in 2016-17 that was among the oldest in the league. The Barracuda is just the opposite. While every AHL roster features young players and prospects, the Barracuda were younger than most. Essentially, AHL teams are permitted to field no more than six veteran skaters on a nightly basis,