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.
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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.
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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?
The Sharks are clinging to the eighth spot in the Western Conference, looking up at the Coyotes one point ahead. With 16 games remaining, tonight's faceoff with Phoenix is critical.
Torrey Mitchell is just getting comfortable with new linemates Dominic Moore and Daniel Winnik. As Todd McLellan notes -- and his latest goal indicates -- it's showing.
Tommy Wingels was checked into the boards by the Stars Thursday and had to hit the dressing room briefly. It's not fazing the rookie.
Why is San Jose's head coach optimistic after the loss to Dallas, which dropped the Sharks fell to four points back of the division lead?
The Sharks are scuffling. The Stars are on fire. And San Jose trails Dallas in the Western Conference. It all makes for an exciting showdown tonight on the first stop of the Sharks' four-game road trip.
Jeremy Roenick labeled Patrick Marleau as "gutless"during the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs. What prompted his latest rant? And does he have a point when he says he's "scared" for the Sharks?
The Sharks had a 10-point lead on the Stars after beating them in early February but now they trail Dallas by three points.