The Sharks gave up the fastest goal in franchise history, but they still had plenty of chances to earn a win. Instead, the shootout loss to Edmonton was their ninth defeat in the last 11 games.
Todd McLellan is set to return to the bench for tonights game against the Edmonton Oilers after missing the last three games with a concussion.More: Top 5 plays of week Comparing Sharks to past champions
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Sharks rookie forward Tommy Wingels was one of the founding donors of the "You Can Play" project, whose mission is to make locker rooms a more accepting place for gay athletes. Wingels has big plans for the project.
With 18 games left to cement a playoff spot, the Sharks are short on time, especially practice time. That made Monday's lengthy session at Sharks Ice especially useful for Joe Thornton and his teammates.
There's no guarantee that Martin Havlat will play against the Stars, Coyotes, Oilers or Flames, but the winger is improving. However, there is one crucial test he has to pass before he can get back on the ice.
Sharks coach Todd McLellan, who has missed the past three games after being struck by a stick, said he will return to the bench on Tuesday.
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The Sharks managed only 19 shots on goal, including just three in the second period, while the Blues fired three of their 32 shots past Antti Niemi, handing San Jose a 3-1 loss Saturday at HP Pavilion.
Losers of seven of their last nine, the Sharks are looking for a boost. They could get it tonight against the Blues with Logan Couture and Douglas Murray on the brink of return.
The Sharks have been without defenseman Douglas Murray for eight games and center Logan Couture for two. That could all change tonight.
Todd McLellan met with the media Saturday morning for the first time since suffering his concussion, but his status for the Sharks' game against the Blues is not yet known.
Former Sharks head coach Ron Wilson has been fired by the Toronto Maple Leafs.
For whatever reason, the Sharks seem to take mental breaks for long portions of games. Its been exactly one month, in fact, since the team put together back-to-back wins on Jan. 31 and Feb. 2.