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  • What Karlsson’s mega-contract means for the Sharks

    first_imgBut … Click here if you are unable to view this gallery on a mobile device.Things can be both expected and jarring.Take, for instance, Erik Karlsson’s new contract.Coming in at eight years and $92 million American dollars, Karlsson is now the NHL’s highest-paid defenseman. As he is one of the best players in the NHL, that’s a milestone that’s been expected for years. And since the Sharks acquired him via trade last September, San Jose has been preparing to offer him such a mega deal.last_img read more

  • 49ers’ ‘Victory Monday’ to include scouting Ravens’ Lamar Jackson

    first_img How much Jimmy G-to-Kittle is too much Jimmy G-to-Kittle? With a little health and stability, Jimmie Ward finally showing 49ers, NFL what he can do SANTA CLARA – The 49ers locker room erupted with glee, Jimmy Garoppolo high-fived George Kittle, and Kyle Shanahan couldn’t mask his pleasure as he rewarded them with a Monday off after their 37-8 rout of the Green Bay Packers.Tonight, however, offers a chance for some extra-credit studying, if you will.Before the Baltimore Ravens (8-2) host the 49ers (10-1) next Sunday, they have a 5:15 p.m. kickoff at the Los Angeles Rams (6-4).SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 24: Middle linebacker Fred Warner #54 of the San Francisco 49ers reacts after the 49ers stopped the Green Bay Packers on 4th down during the first quarter of the game at Levi’s Stadium on November 24, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)“Of course, we’ll be watching,” linebacker Fred Warner said. “We have a great test ahead of us. “Lamar (Jackson, the Ravens quarterback) is an MVP candidate. He’s having an outstanding year. Yeah, we’ll be watching.”Watching, as opposed to quaking in their boots.Aside from an overtime loss Nov. 11 to the Seattle Seahawks, the 49ers have turned back every challenger, from the meek (winless Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2) to the mighty (the Packers entered Sunday 8-2).“We crave every single game. Every week is a new challenge,” defensive tackle DeForest Buckner. “The great thing about this team is we don’t get scared about who’s the next opponent, or, you know, ‘This is supposed to be the top team in the league,’ or any of that. It’s just another team.”The Ravens and 49ers are the league’s two highest-scoring teams, at 34.1 and 30.2 points per game, respectively. FIRST LOOK: Hip-hop icon E-40 teams with 49ers on new music video Hall of Fame QB who once tormented 49ers now sees them as the NFC’s top playoff seed 49ers on Wednesday: Where have all the defensive interceptions gone? Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) tries to break free from Los Angeles Chargers free safety Derwin James in the first half of an NFL wild card playoff football game, Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Defensively, the 49ers are allowing the second-fewest points (14.8 per game) and the Ravens’ the eighth-fewest (19.6).“We know how good we are,” Buckner added, “so we just have to show it every chance we get.”The next two chances are daunting, and not just because of the credibility that comes with the Ravens and New Orleans Saints (9-2). The day after Thanksgiving, the 49ers will go on a 10-day road trip, as they’ll practice in Bradenton, Fla., before visiting the Saints.“We don’t care if we’re playing on the moon. And we don’t care who we’re playing,” Richard Sherman told Peter King atop his Football Morning in America column. “We had a tough game against Tampa, who moved it on us in the heat. We had a frickin’ monsoon game in Washington. We don’t care. We play as hard as we can, as fast as we can, and let the chips fall.”Rain is forecast to fall on them Sunday in Baltimore. Same thing happened last time they played on the East Coast, 30 miles down the road, when they outlasted Washington 9-0 on Oct. 20.This will be the 49ers’ first visit to Baltimore since Thanksgiving Night, 2011 – a 16-6 loss. They met again the next year – something or other about a Super Bowl – and then again in 2015, when the 49ers won 25-20 at Levi’s Stadium.Related Articles These 49ers are off to the franchise’s best start since 1997, when they opened 11-1. Leading the way is the pass rush, which has produced at least three sacks in eight consecutive games for the first time in franchise history since sacks became a recorded statistic in 1982.Jackson’s been sacked 18 times through 10 games. He ranks sixth with a 106.3 passer rating (19 touchdowns, five interceptions), and he ranks 11th in the NFL with 781 rushing yards (and six rushing touchdowns).PRIME-TIME DRAW: The 49ers, in their fourth prime-time kickoff this season, were a ratings magnet, with perhaps a little help from the Packers. An audience of 21.3 million viewers was the largest for a Week 12 game on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” since 2015. The top-three metered markets: Milwaukee (38.6 rating, 57-percent market share), San Francisco (27.4; 52 percent) and Sacramento (24.5; 43 percent).SEASON PASS DIGITAL OFFERIf you have not already, we strongly encourage you to sign up for a digital subscription, which gives you access to all content on the Mercury News and East Bay Times websites. With your support, we can continue bringing these stories — and much more — to your screens. Here’s where to sign up for the season pass: Mercury News, East Bay Times.last_img read more

  • A Passivhaus Debut Just South of San Francisco

    first_imgSome of the most pleasant (and priciest) neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area are those in south-central San Mateo County – places like Palo Alto and Menlo Park, where the homes range in style from suburban contemporary to Mission stucco, and the climate ranges from chilly and wet in the winter to dry and warm during summer months – a season when nights happen to be reliably cool and comfortable.This week, Clarum Homes, a custom builder based in Palo Alto, will unveil what the company says is the first residence in the county designed and built to meet the Passivhaus standard. Clarum, in partnership with building-materials specialist Owens Corning, is making its case for Passivhaus efficiency and comfort with a well insulated, nearly airtight Mission-style home in west Menlo Park, a short distance from Stanford University.Passivhaus, with renewable-energy appliancesThe R-30 roof and R-44 exterior walls of the 3,300-sq.-ft. four-bedroom house were constructed of 12-in. structural insulated panels that were coated on the outside with an elastomeric sealant, then wrapped with a layer of Owens Corning Foamular rigid foam before being clad with three-layer stucco. The R-10 slab is insulated underneath with 2 in. of Styrofoam.SIP seams and joints on the inside were caulked and taped, and then sprayed with Owens Corning’s EnergyComplete synthetic-latex foam. EnergyComplete also was used on the 2×6 framing of the garage, which was insulated with fiberglass batts.The windows in the house are triple-glazed. Most were made by Gaulhofer, of Austria, although Serious Energy fiberglass windows are used in wet areas such as bathrooms and, because those windows are available with low-profile stiles and rails, in the vaulted sections of the great room. Solar tubes were installed in some of the closets, hallways, and a couple of the bedrooms that are heavily shaded by trees. The house showed slightly under 1 air change per hour at 50 Pascals pressure difference during a blower-door test administered before final air sealing and finish work were done, and a final test will be scheduled soon.To push energy costs down further, the house is equipped with a 4-kW photovoltaic system (Sharp panels with micro inverters) and a solar hot water system.Construction costs came to about $220 per sq. ft. The house is listed at $2,695,000.last_img read more

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