San Jose Sharks Quarter Season Report Card

The lackluster play of the San Jose Sharks has been more than apparent to fans this season. In return, they have responded, failing to sell out the SAP Center for five of nine of their home games, ending a 205-game sell out streak. Fans may have already forgotten that back in June Sharks general manager Doug Wilson stated that the more »

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San Jose Sharks: Who is Troy Grosenick?

Sharks fans were treated to something uniquely special during the teams second game in as many days on Sunday. Veteran goaltender Antti Niemi had put in work the previous night, and the Sharks usual backup, Alex Stalock, is currently on injured reserve as many of us are aware. It’s the complete norm in the NHL for the backup goalie to more »

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Opinion: 2014-15 Will Be the San Jose Sharks’ Year

The San Jose Sharks are arguably one of the most successful NHL franchises in the last decade. In fact, the Sharks may even be able to call themselves the most successful franchise in any professional sport for the last 20 years. They haven’t missed the postseason since 2003. In the last five seasons, they’ve racked up a record of 218-112-46. The only more »

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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 Keep Winning Streak Alive in Toronto

The San Jose Sharks increased their winning streak after a beating the Toronto Maple Leafes 4-2 on Tuesday, and are now undefeated in their last six games. Mike Brown, who previously played for Toronto 2010 through 2013,  got the first goal of the game from a tip in off of his stick, after Jason Demers shot the puck in from more »

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