Joe Pavelski Likely To Be Named Captain Of Team USAThe World Cup of hockey begins Sept. 17, and San Jose Sharks captain Joe Pavelski is expected to be named the captain of the American team.
Sharks Re-Sign Forward Matt Nieto To 1-Year ContractThe San Jose Sharks have signed forward Matt Nieto to a one-year contract.
Hertl, Sharks Agree To 2-Year, $6 Million ExtensionIt was first reported Wednesday by TSN's Bob McKenzie that restricted free agent forward Tomas Hertl and the San Jose Sharks have agreed on a two-year, $6 million extension.
Sharks Make Qualifying Offers To Hertl, 3 OthersThe San Jose Sharks issued a qualifying offer to pending restricted free agent forward Tomas Hertl and three other players.
Sharks Come Up Short In 1st Trip To Final; Jones ShinesThe Sharks fell in six games to Pittsburgh, losing 3-1 on home ice Sunday night as Sidney Crosby and the Penguins celebrated the franchise's fourth championship.
Sharks Can Look To Warriors For HopeThe San Jose Sharks are attempting to make an improbable comeback in the Stanley Cup Finals, but the team could look to the other side of the Bay to show it can be done.
Is Joe Thornton's Beard Hurting His Game?Check out this video of ESPN's Sport Science breaking down the science of Joe Thornton's beard.
Penguins Beat Sharks 3-1 To Take 3-1 Series LeadThe Sharks outshot the Penguins 24-20 but couldn't capitalize on being on home ice in front of a jacked-up crowd at SAP Center.
Glory Days: Bay Area Plays Host To NBA Finals, Stanley CupThis marks the ninth time that one market will host the championships for the NBA and the NHL in the same year.
Sharks Look To Regroup In Game 2 Against Penguins The nerves are gone. Spending your franchise's first 20 minutes in a Stanley Cup Final standing around while your opponent zips unimpeded from one end of the ice to the other will do that.
Sharks Start Slow, Fall To Penguins In Game 1 The opening act of San Jose's first Stanley Cup appearance was a dud. Brent Burns and the Sharks think the sequel will be much better.
Hockey Handshakes: A Great Lesson For Other SportsIn one of the world's toughest sports which involves hitting, checking, and fighting, a simple handshake is the utmost sign of respect.