Posts Tagged ‘Hockey’
Like the Spiders and Seals before them, the Bulls have gone belly-up.
The San Francisco Bulls stumbled out of the gate in opener of their three-game weekend series.
COW PALACE — The Bulls dropped this weekend’s rubber match to the Eagles 6-4.
SAP CENTER — Tommy Wingels notched two goals as the Sharks rolled Tampa Bay.
It’s tough to fight when everyone is wearing a full mask, but that didn’t stop players from the United States and Canada.
The Bay Area’s hockey franchises have made some final moves to their rosters, preparing for the opening of the NHL season.
Seven members of the San Francisco Bulls have been invited to attend Worcester Sharks training camp.
The newly-sweatered Sharks fell to the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in OT at the newly-renamed SAP Center in San Jose.
Team Teal was back at work Thursday morning as Sharks training camp opened in San Jose.
The San Francisco Bulls have announced the return of forward Christian Ouellet for the 2013-2014 season.
The Bulls’ roster for 2013-2014 is still in the works, but we’re getting an idea of some of the guys we will see on the ice.
SF Bulls hockey returns to the Cow Palace with a pair of pre-season games on Oct. 10 and 12.
Start crossing the days off the calendar with a big orange marker as we count down to return of hockey at the Cow Palace.
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.
The ECHL trade deadline might have passed, but that hasn’t stopped the Bulls from making more shifts to their roster.
The Sharks had a miserable month of February, losing 10 of 12 games including a heartbreaking loss to their long-time nemesis, the Detroit Red Wings, 2-1 in a shootout.
Another fan favorite — this time, hard-working, gritty winger Kris Belan — has been dropped from the Bulls roster.
The Bulls shipped Alex Tuckerman and Martin Lee to Utah for winger Bryan Cameron and “future considerations.”
Despite outshooting the last-place Condors 42-15, the Bulls dropped the final game of their homestand Sunday afternoon.
The Bulls killed off six Bakersfield penalties while turning up the offensive heat on the Condors in a 3-1 home win.
After scoring at least four goals in each of the first five games, the Sharks are now having trouble lighting the lamp.
There may have been love in the stands, but there certainly wasn’t any love on the ice at the Cow Palace Wednesday night.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Sharks took a one-goal bulge into the final period only to see a bad bounce lead to an easy goal by Anaheim’s Saku Koivu.
Team Teal would put up a defensive fight late and wouldn’t put a notch on the scoreboard until in the third period.
At the Cow Palace Thursday night, the San Francisco Bulls and Ontario Reign were getting up close and personal during the pre-game skate.
Team SFBay found itself in foreign territory Wednesday night, but the hard hits and dramatic goals were very familiar.
A sold-out crowd of 17,562 was on the edge of their seats Tuesday night as the San Jose Sharks battled to keep their record pristine.
With the Sharks back skating in the Bay Area, we have a pressing need — in the NHL and all other leagues — to hate on the teams in LA.
A sloppy start for the Kings could spell trouble, but returning stars can save them if they remember how to play like Stanley Cup champions.
If you needed proof the Sharks and Canucks don’t like each other, you didn’t even need to wait for the opening faceoff.
The San Francisco Bulls capped their three-game series against the Aces up in Anchorage with a dazzling win in overtime.
The Sharks’ run of perfection continued Saturday afternoon as team teal got two more goals from Patrick Marleau.
Patrick Marleau continues to score at a torrid pace, with his two goals lifting the Sharks to a 5-3 win over Phoenix.