Will the San Jose SaberCats be the next Bay Area team to win a championship? Senior Insider Ray Ratto thinks so. Read more insights from Ray in his weekly chat transcript.
The Sharks showed they can skate a little when they dismantled the Red Wings Monday, but a Wednesday trip to Philly will tell if Team Teal has found that elusive sustained rhythm.
Antti Niemi will start his third consecutive game for the Sharks, based according to Todd McLellan on his knowledge of the boards and glass at Joe Louis Arena.
With the conference championships in the books, Senior Insider Ray Ratto establishes a new number one and two in his final regular season rankings.
In trying to remedy the Sharks' disappointing start, Todd McLellan has Patrick Marleau wearing a sweater he hasn't donned in quite some time. What does it mean?
The mood in Canada's capital is a lot like the weather -- frigid -- as Senators fans await Dany Heatley's return. In short, he's not well-liked in these parts.
With his best years no longer visible in the rear-view mirror, it's clear the impetus for "Miggy's" latest trip to the Bay Area is his mind, not his body. Our Senior Insider explains...
Our Senior Insider is giving you 15 seconds to be sad about the news that Juan Uribe is deciding to go to Los Angeles. What decision does it leave you?
One NFL team is blaming God for Week 12. The Raiders, conversely, need only to look in the mirror to see why eight days has their season on the brink.
The final regular season game has passed and it is an elite group battling for the coveted national championship bid. Whose hard work will the BCS reward?
Andrew Luck and Jim Harbaugh have done all they can at this point. Now it'll take some computer help for the Cardinal to get what they feel they deserve: a BCS bowl.
The Sharks have lost the gift of puck possession, are vulnerable at the back and not so hot moving forward. Frankly, the Stanley Cup champs aren't dramatically better.
Will Aubrey Huff be as effective in '11 and '12? Is he worth 10 million? Impossible to know now, but examining the Giants' other options reveals the wisdom of re-signing Huff-Daddy.
For the few fans who remain optimistic about the 49ers, now is the time to see the team for what it really is: one of four comprehensively rancid teams in the NFC West.