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Sharks' success

Josh Barr, Flin Flon, Man.

I read Edward Fraser's blog about Doug Wilson and his views on his franchise.

He is absolutely correct, the Sharks have been one of the most successful teams this decade and have been constantly topping the standings each and every year.

You can't possibly count success as winning Cups because there are 29 teams each year that don't win. So that means that only one team had success and there were 29 failed teams of superstars/GMs/coaches?

Give your heads a shake people.



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