Burish Returns To Lineup For Sharks: Adam Burish returned to the lineup from a hand injury with four shots and 9:41 in ice time on Sunday. (Updated 5/27/13)
No information available at this time (Updated 6/18/13).
Adam Burish wasn't used a lot on Sunday with just 9:41 on the ice. While there's no official word on how much he'll be used, temper your expectations for now. (Updated 5/27/13).
05/27/2013 12:42 Burish Returns To Line-Up For The Sharks
Burish returned to the line-up with four shots and 9:41 in ice time on SundayBurish wasn't used a lot on Sunday, and, while there's no official word on how much he'll be used, temper your expectations for now.
05/26/2013 19:47 Sharks Get Burish Back
Burish (hand) will return to action for Sunday's Game 6 against the Kings, the Sports Network reports.Burish, who is expected to center the Sharks' fourth line Sunday, will also bolster the team's penalty-killing unit in his return to the lineup.
05/26/2013 13:17 Sharks' Burish Returning Sunday
Burish (hand) will play in Sunday's Game 6 against the Kings, CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz reports.Burish will return to game action for the first time since May 7, as he was out with a broken hand. However, he recorded just three points in 46 games this season, so his presence is unlikely to have a fantasy impact.
05/24/2013 19:07 Sharks' Burish (Hand) Could Play Game 6
Coach Todd McLellan said Burish (hand) is "very close" to playing and could be available for Sunday's Game 6 against the Kings, the Calgary Sun reports.Burish was similarly questionable for Game 5 but ultimately sat out in the 3-0 loss to the Kings. The 30-year-old didn't supply much in the way of offense in the regular season, charting just 3 points and minus-7 rating over 46 games.
05/23/2013 15:12 Sharks' Burish Could Play Thursday
Burish (hand) could play in Thursday's Game 5 against the Kings, Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area reports.Burish skated with the regulars at Thursday's morning skate, but has to meet with coaches before a decision is made about whether he will be in the lineup Thursday or not. Even if he plays, a fourth line winger with a broken hand is not a good bet to provide much offense.
Adam Burish is a fourth-line buzz saw who opponents hate to play against. He doesn't care about individual statistics; he cares about winning. Nothing more and nothing less. He's tough and aggressive, and he doesn't take a shift off, and that rubs off on everyone around him. And by the way -- he can kill penalties, too, so there's always a chance at those elusive shorthanded points. He'll give you about 20 points to go along with his 90-100 PIMs. It's nice to have non-pylons to help with your sin bin needs, isn't it? (Updated 8/14/12)