The Sharks acquired Tampa Bay forward Dominic Moore for a second-round pick shortly before their game with the Lightning.
Dan Boyle thinks the red line, removed for the purposes of allowing two-line passes after the NHLs work stoppage in 2004-05, has hurt offensive production league-wide when it was supposed to help.
Can Dan Boyle, who won the Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay in 2004, keep the NHL's leading goal scorer Steven Stamkos off the board tonight? More: Sharks strike Lightning Boyle: Put red line back in
Jason Demers is improving, but he wont be in the lineup when the Sharks face the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night. However, he did partake in practice Wednesday with moderate contact.
In the seven games since the NHL shut down for its midseason celebration, the two Joes have combined for 22 points while playing together in both even-strength and power play situations.
Columbus Blue Jackets forward Rick Nash is on the market and the San Jose Sharks are believed to be one of his suitors, according to a report in Wednesday mornings Columbus Dispatch.
The Sharks may have a chance to end a record streak when they face the Red Wings in Detroit on Sunday night.
Dominance is one thing, but the Sharks have won 16 of 17 from the Washington Capitals; Joe Thornton's big night in D.C. has him climbing up the league leader charts.
After being shut out in St. Louis on Sunday night, the Sharks erupted for five goals in Washington to take down Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals 5-3.
Veteran winger Mike Knuble will be a healthy scratch for the Capitals against the Sharks tonight, leading to speculation he could get traded, but according to him, he wont be joining the Sharks.
Forward Tommy Wingels, who was injured on January 19, has been activated and could play tonight when the Sharks face the Capitals in Washington.
No rest for the Sharks as backup goaltender Thomas Greiss will man the pipes for San Jose against Alex Ovechkin and the Caps in D.C. tonight. More: Sharks vs. Caps at 4:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Network
The Blues stayed hot thanks to two goals and an assist from Alex Pietrangelo, while the Sharks couldn't get anything past St. Louis goaltender Jaroslav Halak to fall 3-0 in the first of nine straight road games.
Sharks defenseman Jason Demers, out since the All-Star break with a lower body injury, spoke for the first time after skating at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Sunday morning.