From painted fingertips to hair extensions, the Sharks’ female fanbase shouldn’t feel left out.
The abbreviated 99-day NHL season has come and gone, and the San Jose Sharks are headed for May hockey.
The Sharks lost to the Kings 3-2 falling to the 6th seed and a playoff matchup against the Vancouver Canucks.
Dogs in other states might have heard the sold-out sea of teal as the Sharks came from behind to beat the Dallas Stars 3-2.
A critical turnover by Joe Pavelski resulted in a game-winning goal as the Blue Jackets beat the Sharks 4-3.
It’s a bit of an understatement to say “things didn’t end pretty” between the Sharks and Wild when they last met up.
The fifth-place Sharks put on a show to beat the fourth-place Kings 3-2 in a shootout Tuesday night at the Shark Tank.
The Sharks scored the game-winning goal with two minutes left to beat the Flames 2-1.
The San Jose Sharks put the smackdown — on the scoreboard and the ice — on the Minnesota Wild Wednesday night.
The Sharks truly are a roller coaster of a team, from the highest of highs, to the lowest of lows.
There are games where a box score does little to show how hard a team battled. Saturday night’s Sharks game was a prime example.
The Sharks and Antti Niemi are riding high after back-to-back shutouts as Team Teal blanked the Detroit Red Wings 2-0.
The Sharks reclaimed the eighth and final playoff spot in the West with a 5-3 win over the first-place Ducks.
The Sharks got into a track meet with the Ducks Monday night, with the end result a second straight embarrassing loss for Team Teal.
The “BEAT LA!!” chants started well before the rival Kings took the ice at the tank on Thursday night.