December 19, 2014
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Sharks general manager Doug Wilson says he wants to wait until he calms down before deciding how to fix the team following another early playoff exit.
Wilson says the frustration over a first-round loss to Anaheim was "overwhelming" and promised a painful summer ahead. Wilson had no specifics about he would do, saying only first-year coach Todd McLellan's job is completely safe.
San Jose set a franchise-record with 117 points in the regular season, including 53 wins and the first Presidents' Trophy in team history. But that was overshadowed by a six-game loss to the Ducks.
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