Joe Thornton Hears From Multiple Teams Prior To July 1 Free Agency
Sharks C Joe Thornton Needs ACL Surgery Before Free AgencySan Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton will undergo surgery to repair torn ligaments in his left knee before becoming a potential free agent this summer.
Sharks Cs Thornton, Couture Day To Day Heading Into PlayoffsThe San Jose Sharks are hobbling into the playoffs instead of rolling into them.
Sharks Cs Thornton, Couture Remain Sidelined By InjuriesSan Jose Sharks centers Joe Thornton and Logan Couture remain sidelined by injuries with no timeline for their return.
Pavelski Scores 2; Thornton Has 1,000th Assist In SJ's WinThornton picked up his 1,000th assist when he got a helper in the San Jose Sharks' 3-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets.
4 Months After Cup Clash, Penguins, Sharks Meet AgainThe stakes are nowhere near the same: hockey immortality versus two points in the standings in the second week of a long season.
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 Deal With Sudden End To Season After Cup Final LossInstead of preparing for Game 7 on Wednesday night in Pittsburgh, the Sharks spent Monday saying their goodbyes and reflecting on the most successful season in the team's 25-year history.
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.
San Jose Sharks Shake 'Choker' Label, Make Finals After Long WaitSan Jose Sharks fans have seen great teams before - in fact, they're accustomed to them going back for more than a decade.
San Jose Sharks Featured On Jimmy Fallon's 'Superlatives'The San Jose Sharks have punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time, and on last night's Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, a few players were in the spotlight.
Sharks Ride Top Line To 2-1 Series Lead Against BluesJoe Thornton and his linemates have managed to do what Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews and Jamie Benn couldn't in the first two rounds of the NHL playoffs: control the play against the St. Louis Blues.