San Jose Sharks

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Has Wilson Become a Cancer to the Franchise?

On Wednesday evening Sharks Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson held a private event with about 350 season ticket holders. There were a few moments where this conference became lightly heated, mostly when some season ticket holders pressed Wilson for information about accountability in the organization.  As you may be aware, the Sharks have … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

San Jose Sharks Stop 4 Game Skid, Pick Up Suspension Along the Way

After four games of downtrodden mediocre play, the San Jose Sharks looked up to their second game in as many days against the Anaheim Ducks, who were unbeaten in their last seven. Whenever the Sharks match up against one of their SoCal opponents, the fans expect nothing short of a bloodbath on the ice. Well, … Continue reading

Antti Niemi & Alex Stalock Battle For Right To Be San Jose’s #1

With the regular season well underway, several Sharks fans might notice that each night they turn on the television, they see a different goaltender in net than the game previous. Thursday night marked the first time this season that a Sharks goaltender will start successive games, as Antti Niemi got the nod against the visiting Columbus … Continue reading