NASHVILLE As poorly as the Sharks road trip started, the club still has a chance to finish with a .500 record with back-to-back games in Nashville and Minnesota this weekend, beginning tonight at
PROGRAMMING NOTE: The Sharks and Maple Leafs drop the puck at 4 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet California, preceded by Shark Byte at 3:30.
Programming note: Tune in today at 4 p.m. when the puck drops in Toronto as the Sharks face the Maple Leafs, only on Comcast SportsNet California.
TORONTO Ryane Clowe was in no mood to talk about his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, leading to a key Columbus goal on Tuesday night, immediately following the 6-3 Sharks loss to the Blue Jackets
TORONTO Sharks general manager Doug Wilson met with the media in Toronto on Wednesday, touching on a number of topics related to the NHLs trade deadline on Monday, Feb. 27.