What Sharks' Logan Couture misses about sports amid coronavirus hiatus

NBC Sports Bay Area staff
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Editor's note: Like you, Bay Area athletes and NBC Sports Bay Area insiders, reporters and analysts are feeling the sports void during the coronavirus stoppage. They'll share their thoughts twice a week in "What I Miss About Sports." Next up in the series: Sharks captain Logan Couture.

Sharks captain Logan Couture misses two aspects of sports right now amid the coronavirus hiatus. One, he misses being an athlete. Two, he misses being a fan.

"As an athlete, I miss competing in front of fans," Couture told NBC Sports California. "I miss being in the moment where you can alter a game and make 20,000 people either love you or hate you."

"As a fan, I miss being able to turn on the TV or go to a game and see competition, and see some of the best moments I can remember as a fan of my life."

Couture and the Sharks played their last game on March 11, as they and the rest of the sports world wait to see when they will compete again.

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