Sharks 2014-15 Season Preview

For a 10th straight season, we saw the Sharks finish in the top-3 of the Pacific Division and make the playoffs. But for a 10th straight season, we also saw the Sharks fall short in the playoffs, and possibly in the most dramatic fashion yet. During an off-season where general manager Doug Wilson announced the team would be handing itself more »

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Sharks Split Same-Day Series with Canucks

Oh, I so wanted to write about the Sharks beating the Canucks twice in one night. Alas, some things in this world just aren’t meant to be. But at least the Sharks won big in Stockton. So let’s start there. In front of a pretty subdued Central Valley crowd, the Sharks came out firing in the first period, outshooting the Canucks more »

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Oakland, California — officially became one of the first Bay Area news agencies to join on Wednesday afternoon with an official verified account. Fancred, founded in 2012, is the fastest growing sports social networking platform allowing fans to find and share their favorite content, photos or memories related to the sport or team of their choice and interact more »

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Sharks Top Pacific Division

In an exciting game Thursday night at the SAP Center in San Jose, Pacific Division leaders went head-to-head for first place. The San Jose Sharks relied on top players to beat their rivals, Anaheim Ducks, 3-2 in regulation. The Sharks sit atop the Pacific Division and are second in the Western Conference with 99 points. The only team with more more »

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Sharks Sign Joe Thornton & Patrick Marleau to Extensions

The San Jose Sharks announced Friday morning that they have reached agreements and signed veterans Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau to three-year extensions. Thornton and Marleau were both set to become free agents following this season on July 1. “Patrick and Joe continue to perform at an elite level in the National Hockey League and, most importantly, they make the more »

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Sharks Win With Pavelski’s First NHL Hat Trick

The San Jose Sharks swept a three-game road trip, and started a winning streak this past week. After beating the Washington Capitals, 2-1, and the Florida Panthers, 3-0, the Sharks continued to have success on the road against the Tampa Bay Lightning early Saturday afternoon, where they won 5-4. The high scoring game included two hat tricks, one from each more »

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