Do you still think the Sharks are too old, too slow and too soft to be legitimate Stanley Cup contenders?
Two months ago, you wanted to blow up the band, convinced Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau and Dan Boyle’s best years had passed. Now, the team looks like the most balanced squad to ever throw on the teal sweaters. Read More
SAN JOSE — The San Jose Sharks have searched for an identity on their journey through this lockout-shortened season.
There was the high-powered power play that helped them get off to a record-setting start. Then came an offensively challenged seven-week stretch that jeopardized their playoff chances, followed by a strong closing stretch that has the team brimming with confidence heading into the postseason. Read More
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The San Jose Sharks have been one of the NHL's best teams at home so they should be in good playoff position with their next four games at the Shark Tank.
Heading back to the Bay Area after a key road victory should make them feel even more comfortable. Read More
Bay Area sports fans are getting spoiled. The Giants won the World Series in October, the 49ers played in the Super Bowl just a weekend ago and even the Warriors are in playoff contention right now.
But what about the one team that was winning consistently while the Giants, 49ers and Warriors puttered through years of mediocrity? Read More
Michal Handzus scored the lone goal in a shootout on the first attempt to give the unbeaten San Jose Sharks a 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night.
Logan Couture scored for San Jose with less than 3 minutes left in the third period to tie the game at 2. He ripped a shot that appeared to deflect off the skates of Bryan Allen and trickled past Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller, who otherwise had an outstanding game. Read More
SAN JOSE — Payback can be sweeter than honey, but on the receiving end, it’s like sour milk.
After a game of sucker punches and cracked helmets, the St. Louis Blues delivered a serious blow to the Sharks with the power play — not fists — in a 4-3 win at HP Pavilion on Monday. The Game 3 win returned home-ice advantage in the first-round Stanley Cup playoff matchup to the No. 2-seeded Blues. Read More