The San Francisco Bulls, an affiliate of the National Hockey League’s San Jose Sharks, have folded operations effective immediately.
The San Francisco Bulls hockey team may go out of business, as soon as next week. There’s also a chance the team could be sold and move either to Oakland or to Fresno.
The San Francisco Bulls hockey team, the ECHL (East Coast Hockey League) affiliate of the San Jose Sharks, announced Tuesday that they agreed to terms with forward Luke Judson as the team continues to grow its roster for the 2013-14 season.
The San Francisco Bulls, a minor league hockey affiliate of the San Jose Sharks, will play a 72-game schedule next season that begins on the road against the Alaska Aces on Oct. 18.
The San Francisco Bulls Professional Hockey Team, a minor league affiliate of the NHL’s San Jose Sharks, announced that they have clinched a 2013 Kelly Cup Playoff berth in their inaugural season.
The NHL lockout is still not settled, but hockey fans will soon get a chance to see some action on the ice at HP Pavilion when the San Francisco Bulls are let loose in the Shark Tank to cross sticks with the Stockton Thunder on Dec. 17.
The partnership occurs as the Bulls begin its inaugural campaign in the ECHL.
The San Francisco Bulls first signed player is a forward from Slovakia named Peter Sivak.