Sharks drop Stadium Series, playoff contention

The San Jose Sharks fell to rival Los Angeles Kings 2-1 in front of a sellout crowd of 70,205 in the inaugural Northern California NHL Stadium Series game. Despite a sloppy first period that saw San Jose allow eight giveaways to LA’s four and a holding penalty on Brenden Dillion, the Sharks managed to go into the first intermission in more »

Read More»

Trade Deadline Fast Approaching for Wilson and Sharks

Entering their Thursday night contest against the Dallas Stars the Sharks were the ninth team in the Western Conference and out of the playoff picture which, of course, is not an incredible surprise since general manager Doug Wilson announced last summer that the team was going into a “rebuilding” phase. Rebuild or not, it has become clear that the Sharks more »

Read More»

Sharks Turn Heads in Third Straight Victory

The San Jose Sharks have been a barrel of confusion and question for the majority of the first half of the NHL season. They’ve managed to squeak by in the middle of the pack, picking up points in whatever fashion imaginable. On Saturday night the Sharks welcomed one of the leagues most formidable opponents into SAP Center, the Chicago Blackhawks. Fans more »

Read More»

Sharks Reach Pivotal Point of Season

The San Jose Sharks welcome the New Jersey Devils at the SAP Center on Monday night, the fourth game of their current seven-game homestand. The game features the return of former Sharks Scott Gomez and Martin Havlat, but players from both sides have their minds focused on issues besides their homecomings.  After splitting the meetings of the first two games more »

Read More»

Sharks Dramatic Win Completes Homestand Sweep

The San Jose Sharks played host to a formidable opponent Saturday night at SAP Center. The St. Louis Blues were looking to redeem themselves after an embarrassing loss to the Los Angeles Kings, and the Sharks were looking to cap off their first five-game winning streak of the season. Fans were treated to a special game Thursday evening when the more »

Read More»

Sharks Player Profile of the Week: Brenden Dillon

It’s been a long five days since the San Jose Sharks have seen any game action. For some hockey die-hards, that may feel like a lifetime. But not to worry, here at BaySportsNet, we want to make sure we do whatever we can to keep hockey fans from pulling hair out in between games, and especially in between stressful games. more »

Read More»

Sharks Shut Out Predators, Win 2-0

Playing his first game in over a week, Antii Niemi was absolutely brilliant in the net for the Sharks Saturday night against the Predators. Niemi, held out in favor of Stalock the past three games due to an injury he sustained in practice, made 29 saves en route to earning his 29th career shutout in the NHL. He had 11 more »

Read More»

Sharks Win Back-To-Back Games, Beat Minnesota Wild 2-1

Playing without Marc-Edourd Vlasic, Mike Brown, Matt Nieto and Tyler Kennedy, the Sharks patched together a lineup featuring five rookies en route to defeating the Minnesota Wild Thursday night 2-1. Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski contributed the two Sharks goals, giving them their sixth win in the past seven games. Alex Stalock started his third straight game, filling in for more »

Read More»

Sharks Bounce Back, Beat Oilers 5-2

Following their loss to the Edmonton Oilers on the road Sunday, ending their four-game winning streak, the San Jose Sharks bounced back Tuesday night and defeated the same Oilers’ team on home ice 5-2 Tuesday evening. Joe Pavelski lead the Sharks attack, scoring a pair of goals, while a trio of Sharks — Barclay Goodrow, Logan Couture and Brent Burns — rounded more »

Read More»