With the starter back on the ice in Dallas, the stars placed veteran Andrew Raycroft on waivers. His availability may hinder the Sharks ability to try and move one of their three healthy goaltenders
In case you missed it, an incident that resulted in a fan's ejection from HP Pavilion Monday night continues to make news. Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau had a funny reaction when asked about it on Tuesday.
Now that Antero Niittymaki is back with the Sharks, Todd McLellan and management are in a unique position of having three goalies on the active roster. How will Niemi, Greiss, and Niittymaki be deployed?
The defenseman has been out since getting hit in the left hand with a shot on Dec. 3, causing him to miss the last 10 games. "Im ready," he said, when asked his status after Tuesdays skate.
Yep, that was an actual dead duck thrown on the ice in last nights 3-2 Sharks loss to Anaheim. It resulted in a fan's ejection.
The two-day Christmas break could probably have come at a better time for the Sharks, who had won four straight. Anaheim has just nine wins, but two came over the Sharks.
Former Sharks coach Darryl Sutter brings his brand new Kings team into the Tank for a Pacific Division holiday rivalry.Pregame interviews: Todd McLellan Darryl Sutter
Injured Sharks forward Marty Havlat says his post-surgery outlook is good: "I think everybody is pleased with the results and what they saw in there.
Colin White has played in the last seven Sharks games, his longest streak of the season in the lineup, and has been an even or plus player in 13 of his last 14 games overall.
Sharks goalie prospect Alex Stalock, who suffered a career-threatening laceration to nerves behind his left knee last year, is back in pads.
The Stars' Steve Ott is what the NHL calls an agitator. He got under the skin of Flyers coach Peter Laviolette, leading to an interesting sideline scene.
Antti Niemi made his 12th start in the last 13 games against Tampa Bay on Wednesday night, stopping 22 shots in a 7-2 win. But how much work is too much for the Sharks' netminder?
The Sharks were swarming from puck-drop as they hammered home five first-period goals and coasted to an easy 7-2 win over Tampa Bay.Postgame: Highlights Todd McLellan Joe Thornton
The Lightning might be 13th in the Eastern Conference, but with the league's top goal-scorer in Steven Stamkos, both sides are preparing for playoff-atmosphere hockey.
Marc-Edouard Vlasic had this to say about the Lightning's Steven Stamkos: "If he has an opening, its going in the net every time. Todd McLellan's Sharks will look to limit those openings Wednesday night in San Jose.