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SAP CENTER — New York tied late before finishing Team Teal in a shootout.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks got on the board early then almost lost the lead in the third period.
SAP CENTER — It might be late November, but it was post-season loud at the Tank.
SAP CENTER — Tight defense took center stage in San Jose’s 2-1 win Saturday.
SAP CENTER — Tommy Wingels notched two goals as the Sharks rolled Tampa Bay.
SAP CENTER — Mike Smith turned away 48 of 50 Sharks shots, enough to defeat the Sharks 3-2 in a shootout.
With less than a second to play, David Kreici redirected the puck past Antti Niemi to seal the Sharks’ first loss.
There was no way the Sharks weren’t going to put up a massive fight Saturday.
SAP CENTER — A hard hit from Clarke MacArthur took out Tomas Hertl.
SAP CENTER — Czech rookie sensation Tomas Hertl tallied his first two NHL goals in the first period.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks racked up their 10th consecutive win against rival Vancouver Canucks.
The Bay Area’s hockey franchises have made some final moves to their rosters, preparing for the opening of the NHL season.
Whoever takes Raffi Torres’ spot on the Sharks roster will have a hard time making up for the lack of grit.
The Sharks signed the 18th overall pick in the 2013 NHL draft, defenseman Mirco Mueller, to an entry-level contract.
Logan Couture took center stage with a game-winning backhander to give Team Teal a 3-2 OT victory.
The newly-sweatered Sharks fell to the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in OT at the newly-renamed SAP Center in San Jose.
In advance of their home preseason debut on Friday, San Jose has reassigned 11 players to the Worcester Sharks.
Team Teal was back at work Thursday morning as Sharks training camp opened in San Jose.
The San Jose Sharks and the San Francisco Bulls announced Thursday that they have re-upped their affiliation.
The San Jose Sharks on Tuesday revealed new home and road sweaters for the 2013-2014 season.
22-year-old Slovakian Marek Viedensky will be staying in the San Jose Sharks family after signing a new contract.
The San Jose Sharks have signed Joe Pavelski to a five-year contract extension worth $30 million including a no-trade clause.
Store away those beard-trimmers and refresh that teal rally manicure. The Sharks are still in it.
San Jose held serve on home ice, edging the Kings 2-1 to win Game 4 on a decider — once again — from Logan Couture.
Thursday night the Sharks lost Game 2 in its final minutes, allowing a pair of power play goals in 22 seconds.
A cold, scoreless effort against the defending Stanley Cup champions Tuesday night yielded a 2-0 loss to the Kings.
It’s hard to believe there could possibly be a more exciting series ahead of us than we just saw against the Canucks.
Hero Patrick Marleau scored the overtime goal that sent the Sharks to the Western Conference semifinals.
An explosive third period led Team Teal to a 5-2 home victory over Vancouver.
First it was Patrick Marleau’s goal with less than a minute left to tie the game. Then came Raffi Torres to finish the Canucks.
Dan Boyle and Patrick Marleau scored third period goals as the Sharks rallied past Vancouver in their first-round opener.
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.
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.
STAPLES CENTER — The Kings scored three goals in the second period to seal what Todd McLellan would call the Sharks’ worst loss of the season.
The “BEAT LA!!” chants started well before the rival Kings took the ice at the tank on Thursday night.
The St. Louis Blues — down 3-1 — scored three unanswered goals to come back and beat San Jose 4-3 in overtime.
Give credit to the coaching staff after their call for more offense. Or, perhaps the energy from a sold-out Saturday night crowd.
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.
The Sharks got a three-game homestand started right by outlasting the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 in a shootout.
It only took 17 days, but at least one Bay Area team no longer has a Super Bowl hangover.
After scoring at least four goals in each of the first five games, the Sharks are now having trouble lighting the lamp.
The Sharks played the best team in the league tough, but the Blackhawks — with some help — remained unbeaten in regulation.
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.
The Sharks are 7-0-0 to start the lockout-shortened season, their best start in franchise history and the only unbeaten team left in the NHL.
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 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.
The National Hockey League and players have reached a tentative deal to end their lockout and salvage the season.
Movement to end the NHL lockout didn’t stop a local hockey favorite from trading in his shark fin for a set of bulls’ horns.