Ex-King Michal Handzus gets to face his former team tonight when the Sharks face Los Angeles in San Jose. "Yeah, theyre going to be fired up.
Antti Niemi's record this season is 4-2-1 with a 3.09 goals-against average and .892 save percentage. Todd McLellan isn't worried about his goaltender and knows he is going to get better.
The San Jose Sharks made a roster move on Sunday, reassigning forward Benn Ferriero to their AHL affiliate in Worcester.
It's all about Antti Niemi tonight when the Sharks netminder is back in goal after being yanked faster than any goalie in Sharks history. Will he respond with a strong performance against the Predators?
Before the Sharks battled the Penguins on Thursday night, the Sharks honored Joe Thornton by presenting him with a wooly mammoth's tusk. How did Patrick Marleau come up with the idea?
After allowing two goals in the first 2:07 against the Penguins last night, Todd McLellan pulled Antti Niemi in favor of Thomas Greiss. Behind Greiss, the Sharks came back and won. Who should start tomorrow night?
Joe Pavelski was absent from the teams practice facility on Friday, the third Sharks player to fall victim to a nasty flu bug that seems to be making its way through the team.
The Sharks third defense pair has been a work in progress this season, and on Thursday night against Pittsburgh, Todd McLellan decided to switch it up again.
The Sharks will play in front of their home fans tonight for the first time in more than two weeks, facing the Penguins and looking for their first win at HP Pavilion since the very first game of the season.
After Joe Thornton's controversial comments about the Rangers being soft led to their coach telling him to 'just shut up,' the Sharks' captain admitted Wednesday morning that he said a 'boneheaded thing.'
Joe Thorntons verbal jab at the Rangers is making its way around the blogosphere, and rightfully so. The term soft isnt one thats tossed around very often in hockey.
After receiving a night off on Saturday, Antti Niemi will be back in net tonight as the Sharks look to make it a perfect 6-0 road trip.
Marc-Edouard Vlasics positioning and ability to defend has begun to allow Brent Burns do what he does best -- fly around the ice.
In their road win over the Islanders Saturday night, the Sharks got power play goals from Joe Pavelski and Brent Burns. The timing of those goals put San Jose in rare company in the record books.