San Jose Sharks

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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 … 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

What’s Left for Sharks Bottom Pair?

The San Jose Sharks have been one of the NHL’s busiest off-season teams for almost the fourth year in a row. Their off-season acquisitions and trades, year in and year out during the summer leave puck fans more than anticipating October. Sharks general manager Doug Wilson has been up to some of his best work … Continue reading

The Evolution of Torrey Mitchell

It’s no secret that the San Jose Sharks have moved some of the cities favorite players this offseason. The trading of forward Dany Heatley was a necessary move for both the teams success and their salary cap. The trading of Devin Setoguchi was unfortunately, what you have to give up in today’s NHL to coral … Continue reading

2012 Will Be the Year of Pavelski

It’s no secret that Sharks forward Joe Pavelski is one of hockey’s most under-appreciated players. While ‘The Big Pavelski’ or ‘Little Joe’ as fans like to call him is adored in his home city of San Jose, the Sharks recent offseason transactions have returned Pavelski to a rightful spot playing in the top-six, and an … Continue reading

Heatley for Havlat

On a blissful summer Sunday evening in California, the Sharks world was shaken up. Big time. Back in 2009, the Sharks found themselves entering the playoffs fresh of the leagues best record, and the franchises first ever President’s Trophy. That regular season was immediately followed by a first round exit to the hands of the … Continue reading