The Sharks avenged their first-round exit of a year ago the sweetest way possible, sweeping away Pacific Division rival Anaheim.
After taking two games at the Honda Center, the Sharks returned to SAP Center Monday to dismantle the Anaheim Ducks.
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.
For the first time since 2009, the San Jose Sharks and the Anaheim Ducks will face off in the NHL playoffs.
Desperately needing a win after dropping their last four games, the Sharks delivered two goals in the third period.
A two-goal first period by the Sharks would be trumped by a Jamie Benn hat trick as the Stars pulled off the comeback.
The 2-1 victory extends the Sharks' win streak to six pulling them within six point of the Pacific leading Golden Knights.
Coming off a triumphant 4-0 road trip the Sharks wasted no time at all coming out firing with a three-goal first period Tuesday.
After outscoring their last three opponents 14-8, the Sharks goal barrage was brought to a halt for more than two-and-a-half periods Thursday.
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.
Behind a 43-save night from Jones, the Sharks provided an offensive showcase crushing Vancouver, 4-1, Thursday at SAP Center.
San Jose was never able to figure out rookie net-minder Scott Wedgewood, finishing scoreless on four power plays.
the expansion Vegas Golden Knights tallied three straight goals in the third period to best the San Jose Sharks 5-3.
With the unofficial first half of their season coming to a conclusion Thursday, the Sharks are preparing themselves for yet another playoff push.
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.
After an 0-2 start to the season, San Jose bounced back Thursday night for their first win.
All seven major Bay Area sports organizations have joined forces in support of the North Bay fire relief efforts.
Just one day before the San Jose Sharks start their campaign to avenge last season's disappointing first-round exit from the playoffs, the team has finalized their 23-man roster
The ice has thawed on the San Jose Sharks’ 2016-17 season, and it only took 56 seconds to do it.
The Sharks poured it on thick against Edmonton, tying the series at 2-2 after a 7-0 shellacking at the SAP Center.
A rabid SAP Center crowd begged for a Sharks comeback as they trailed the visiting Edmonton Oilers with just over nine minutes left. But they were left wanting.
San Jose Sharks knew they weren't going to have an easy time with the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday.
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.
The Sharks went into Staples Center on a tear, but they left Los Angeles on a sour note.
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.
Late go-ahead goals in regulation are back-breakers, and the Sharks are learning that in a painful manner.
Judging by the 82 penalty minutes, and fisticuffs left and right, neither the Sharks or Ducks cared this was an exhibition.
Coming off a deep playoff run this offseason, the Sharks don’t need immediate major contributions from their prospects.
Teal-clad wives wept in the hallway as the Sharks’ stars tried one-by-one to piece together their thoughts.
A Sharks season few thought could go this far ended one game too soon, as San Jose fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
San Jose needs to beat the Penguins in San Jose Sunday to stay alive and force a seventh game.