Marty Havlat's first return to the ice since injuring his knee on Dec. 17 went well. "Im happy the way it felt during the whole night.
Pekka Rinne is 2-1 with a 2.32 goals against average facing the Sharks this year. San Jose has a chance to even the score tonight. Sharks Pregame Live airs at 7 p.m. on CSN California.
Martin Havlat, out of action since mid-December following surgery on a partial hamstring tear, returns at a critical juncture in the season. More: Sharks-Nashville preview NHL standings
The Sharks are having serious problems scoring the puck. They lack depth in scoring, and Insider Kevin Kurz looks back at the trade that sent Jamie McGinn to Colorado as a cause.
The Sharks got a game-tying goal from Logan Couture, but were unable to beat Miikka Kiprusoff again, and ceded an odd-man rush in overtime that kept San Jose from earning the game's third point.
Antti Niemi is set to make his eighth straight start tonight against the Flames, and head coach Todd McLellan is expecting nothing short of elite.More: Sharks-Flames: What to watch for NHL standings
The Sharks shut out the Flames in Calgary back on Jan. 24, behind 25 saves from Antti Niemi. But will the Sharks' netminder be in goal tonight?Rewind: Sharks blank Flames 1-0 Back-to-back may benefit Sharks
On the heels of a 3-2 victory over Edmonton last night, the Sharks won't waste anytime getting back on the ice. Tonight's back-to-back with Calgary may just be what the team needs to gain playoff momentum.
The Sharks snapped their five-game winless streak with a much needed victory in Edmonton. Logan Couture's goal in the third period proved to be the game-winner.
Are the Sharks an offensive-minded team? Todd McLellan doesn't think so. After all, they have netted only seven goals in their last five games.More: Sharks-Oilers -- what to watch for Oilers embrace spoiler role
In an effort to generate more offense, Todd McLellan mixed up his lines for the full-team morning skate at Rexall Place on Monday morning. The Sharks are desperate to find combinations that will produce more goals.
Edmonton isn't going to make it to the playoffs this year, but that doesnt mean theyre packing it in. Jordan Eberle: "You play for pride, for sure."More: Sharks-Oilers coverage begins at 6 p.m. on CSN California
Sharks forward James Sheppard has completed his two-week conditioning stint in Worcester, and is on his way back to San Jose to visit with team doctors.
Are the Sharks running into hot goaltenders, or are they making these goaltenders look good with easy shots from the perimeter?