SAP CENTER — A special play by a special player ended a stalemate Saturday night.
SAP CENTER — It took until the third period for the San Jose Sharks and Buffalo Sabres to wake up.
SAP CENTER — A late shot deflected past Antti Niemi to earn the Blue Jackets a 5-4 win.
The San Jose Sharks' road trip started with a bang in D.C. and ended with a thud in Beantown.
The 2014 Sharks team will be judged upon playoff success, not regular season play.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks relished the taste of a bittersweet 3-0 shutout victory Saturday.
Tommy Wingels led the way with two goals as San Jose dominated a sluggish Los Angeles squad.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks outshot the Coyotes 45-18 but were stymied by Arizona goaltenders Devan Dubnyk and Louis Domingue.
SAN JOSE — Day 2 of Sharks training camp was less about off-season drama and more about the future.
The Sharks have locked up one of their top defensemen, signing Justin Braun to a five-year contract extension
It's been a quiet few weeks for the Sharks, but Wednesday's developments opened up the floodgates.
The Sharks announced they will host an outdoor game on Feb. 21, 2015 against the Kings at the newly constructed Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
After career-highs in goals and assists last season,Jason Demers was rewarded with a two-year contract.
The 10,000-seat Stockton Arena will play host to NHL preseason hockey on September 23.
SAP CENTER —San Jose Sharks' second-round draft pick Noah Rod is living the dream.
Uncertainly may surround the Sharks, but they've now signed two of their restricted free agents.
The Sharks cleared cap space Tuesday by shipping defenseman Brad Stuart to Colorado.
Sharks GM Doug Wilson warned he may make some trades. Saturday, he held true to his word.
Not content with pick No. 20, the San Jose Sharks traded down with the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Sharks feel they came out on the short end of their television contract.
Goaltender Alex Stalock and rugged winger Mike Brown were both signed to two-year deals.
Logan Couture doesn't get into fights very often. The Sharks would like things to stay that way.
SAP CENTER — The only feelings left after sixty minutes were deflation and sadness.
The Sharks have won their last five elimination games in San Jose. Can they make it six Wednesday night?
Team Teal must enter Game 6 better prepared than they did in Saturday's shutout loss.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks had everything in place to end Round 1. But no.
STAPLES CENTER — The Kings gave the Sharks a taste of their own offensive medicine.
STAPLES CENTER — The Sharks battled past the Kings for a hard-fought 4-3 overtime win.
The San Jose Sharks are 6-1 all-time when they take a two-games-to-none series lead.
SAP CENTER — Team Teal's depth shined through in a massive come-from-behind victory.
SAP CENTER — San Jose held on to emerge victorious over the SoCal visitors 6-3.
The distaste between the Sharks and Kings surpasses the usual NorCal-SoCal rivalry.
SAP CENTER — Alex Stalock was a brick wall in the Sharks' raucous 5-1 victory.
SAP CENTER — Any emotion that fueled the Sharks past the Kings was absent Saturday.
The Sharks 2-1 victory over the Kings could be a sneak-peak of an enthralling first-round playoff series.
The Sharks roared back from behind to finish off the lowly Edmonton Oilers 5-4
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