Dan Boyle said he originally hurt his foot blocking a shot against Minnesota on November 10, but he never thought about missing any time. "Its just one of those things you can just play your way through it."
Marty Havlat, who is still not able to put much weight on his left leg, will not play when the Sharks host the Tampa Bay Lightning at HP Pavilion on Wednesday night.
The American Hockey League honored Tommy Wingels on Monday morning, when it named him as the ReebokAHL Player of the Week. Antero Niittymaki dropped to 1-1 with a 3-1 loss on Sunday.
Dan Boyle played through a broken foot the first 15-20 games of the season. Now, he appears to be rounding into form considering he has registered a goal and three assists in his last four games.
Martin Havlat's night started well with the first goal of the game, but it finished poorly as he left the arena with the aid of a cane after awkwardly coming off the bench and injuring his leg.
Patrick Marleau tucked home a nifty pass by Joe Pavelski for the third-period goal the Sharks needed for their second consecutive win. More: Havlat injures leg Game highlights
Former Sharks head coach Darryl Sutter will be introduced as the new head coach of the Los Angeles Kings next week.
A dormant offense finally erupted in Thursdays come-from-behind win over Colorado. The Sharks are looking to keep it rolling against Edmonton tonight. More: Coach McLellan's pregame interview Play Shark-O!
Sharks defenseman Douglas Murray has missed the last six games with an injured left hand, and although he doesnt have a set date to return just yet, he said that hes pretty close.
Antero Niittymaki made 26 saves in his first action of the season in helping the AHLs Worcester Sharks to a 5-1 win in Albany on Friday night.
Jim Vandermeer practiced Friday morning but said hes still experiencing some pain in his hand from when he was struck by a shot during the Sharks' 2-1 loss to Minnesota on Dec. 6.
Prior to the Sharks' home game against Dallas on Dec. 8, Dan Boyle realized all of his sticks were an inch longer than the ones he used last year. He has since shortened them, and is playing with more confidence.
Losers of three straight games, the Sharks scored three straight third-period goals to come back from a 4-2 deficit and beat the Avalanche 5-4.More: Box score Todd McLellan postgame
Twenty three players have missed time this season due to head injuries. The issue is out there, but it remains to be seen if there will be any changes.
San Jose forced overtime in Colorado on Patrick Marleau's goal with 22 seconds left, but after a scoreless OT, the Sharks lost their first shootout of the season and return home winless on their three-game road trip.