Despite loud promises of impending change, tomorrow is starting to look an awful lot like yesterday in San Jose. That's not sitting too well with the Sharks' fired-up fans, but once they get past their anger and frustration they just might realize that stability isn't the worst thing.

Granted, the team isn't getting the rebuild the fans were promised by GM Doug Wilson in the aftermath of the team's opening round meltdown against the Kings.

The culture that many saw as a problem remains virtually unchanged.

The big free-agent signing of the summer has been John “Penalty Box or Press Box” Scott.

San Jose chose not to re-sign Drew Remenda, one of the best analysts in the game.

And yes, the team has crossed the moral line for a small but vocal group of fans who are offended by the idea of adding cheerleaders to the game presentation.