Martin Jones looked like a completely different person in net, recording 34 saves en route to a shutout.
It was a three-goal awakening in period two of Game 2 that gave the Sharks a chance to split the first two in Vegas.
After surrendering their home-ice advantage in Game 1, the Ducks entered Game 2 with an obvious emphasis on aggression.
It was a three-goal second period along with a 25-save shutout from Martin Jones that gave the Sharks game one of the series.
Desperately needing a win after dropping their last four games, the Sharks delivered two goals in the third period.
Martin Jones stuck out his right pad and denied Anthony Duclair on a breakaway after Joakim Ryan coughed up the puck deep inside his own zone.
After a disappointing 1-3 road trip against the stout Central Division, the Sharks made a triumphant return to SAP Center Tuesday.
the expansion Vegas Golden Knights tallied three straight goals in the third period to best the San Jose Sharks 5-3.
To lose your top goal scorer midway through the season can be a devastating blow. But the Sharks have seemingly managed without Logan Couture
Thornton’s three points gave him 1,417 points in his career, propelling him past Doug Gilmour into 18th place on the NHL’s all-time points list.
Closing out their five-game homestand, the Sharks saw a light on offense.
The Sharks poured it on thick against Edmonton, tying the series at 2-2 after a 7-0 shellacking at the SAP Center.
In a single-file line, the legends of the game walked onto the ice. Peter Stastny. Luc Robitaille. Wayne freakin’ Gretzky.
Despite winning six of their last seven games, the San Jose Sharks could probably use a break.
The Sharks (27-16-2) wrapped up their season series against the Kings (22-19-4) with a 3-2 win Wednesday night.
In recent history, the Sharks and Oilers have been on different trajectories, with the former a perennial championship contender and the latter a fledgling bottom-feeder.
Teal-clad wives wept in the hallway as the Sharks’ stars tried one-by-one to piece together their thoughts.
San Jose needs to beat the Penguins in San Jose Sunday to stay alive and force a seventh game.
There’s room enough for some warranted emotion behind the mask of Sharks goaltender Martin Jones.
Game 4 is clearly colossal for San Jose, amplified above its must-win predecessors.
A year removed from disappointment, the San Jose Sharks have marched past the ghosts of history.
To call the Sharks cautiously optimistic after scoring seven straight unanswered goals is an overstatement.
In a season that has stressed a new team identity, San Jose's on-ice results finally reflect the locker room sound bites.
"Captain Clutch” Joe Pavelski proved himself in the Stanley Cup playoffs Thursday night, just like he did in the regular season.
San Jose showed themselves to still be somewhat of an enigma with a disheartening 5-4 defeat to the Winnipeg Jets.
San Jose stumbled to a 5-4 shootout loss against the last-place Edmonton Oilers Monday night.
Perhaps still fuming after Team USA's Sochi stumble, Joe Pavelski netted a hat trick to restart the season.
The San Jose Sharks have signed Joe Pavelski to a five-year contract extension worth $30 million including a no-trade clause.