Sharks' Joel Ward Won't Kneel For Anthem After AllWard says he wants to spend more time talking about these issues in the locker room, at kitchen tables and in the community.
Former Shark Player Named USA's Olympic Men's Hockey CoachTony Granato played for San Jose from 1996-2001 and is currently University of Wisconsin's head coach.
Sharks To Play Six Nationally Televised Games During Upcoming SeasonThe Shark Tank is about to get loud. Real loud.
Sharks Bring In Dave Barr As Assistant CoachBarr was associate coach in Florida last season and has also been an NHL assistant with Buffalo, Minnesota and Colorado.
San Jose Sharks Thank Patrick Marleau With Newspaper AdMarleau left the Sharks as the franchise leader in games, goals and points.
Report: Sharks Sign F Brandon BolligFor his career, Bollig has played 241 games. He has 10 goals, 13 assists and 392 penalty minutes.
Joe Thornton Hears From Multiple Teams Prior To July 1 Free Agency
Vegas Expansion Pick Plucks David Schlemko From San Jose
NHL Reveals San Jose Sharks 2017-18 Home OpenerIt is also believed to be the season opener for the team as the date is the earliest set on the list.
Sharks' Brent Burns Mistaken For Pirate, Signs Autographs At Disney WorldThe children there probably weren't thinking about the San Jose Sharks' defenseman or his impressive 29 goals in the 2016-17 season.
Sharks' G Martin Jones Contract Extension Talks 'Very Positive'Jones finished the season between the pipes with a 35-23-6 record and a 2.40 GAA.
NHL Royalty Vs. The Rowdy Neighbors In Stanley Cup FinalPittsburgh earned a return trip to the Cup with a thrilling 3-2 double-overtime victory over Ottawa in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals on Thursday.
Larry Robinson Says Goodbye To San Jose SharksA team spokesman confirmed Thursday that Robinson's contract expires in the summer and that he will not return.
Sharks' Joel Ward Underwent Surgery On ShoulderIs expected to be completely healed for the start of next season.
Healthy Thornton, Couture Get Sharks Back In SeriesWhen the Sharks started the playoffs, questions about Thornton and Couture raised questions about whether another Stanley Cup was possible.