San Jose Sharks Open NHL Season At HomeThe San Jose Sharks open the 2018-19 season Wednesday, October 3 at home against the Anaheim Ducks.
After Sacramento Kings, Maloofs Have Small Stake In Big Vegas Success StoryThe Vegas Golden Knights are the first expansion team in professional sports to advance to the championship in their first season.
Las Vegas Ditches Capital Letters For Stanley Cup FinalThe expansion Golden Knights have made a startling run to the Stanley Cup Final and host Game 1 against the Washington Capitals on Monday night.
Las Vegas Bans Capital Letters Before Golden Knights Stanley Cup GameLas Vegas city officials are embracing Stanley Cup fever by refusing to use capital letters on the city's official Twitter account in a playful shot at the Vegas Golden Knights' opponent: the Washington Capitals
Sharks Finalize 7-year Deal With High-Scoring Evander KaneEvander Kane knew San Jose was a good fit when Joe Thornton showed up for a late-night airport pickup following a trade deadline deal.
What Happened To The Maloofs? Turns Out They're Going To The Stanley Cup FinalAfter the Maloofs (finally) sold the Sacramento Kings to Vivek Ranadive in 2013 many fans didn't give another thought to what the family did.
Expansion Golden Knights Top Sharks To Make Conference FinalThe Sharks had numerous opportunities all night but were thwarted by a couple of shots that hit the iron, some acrobatic saves from Fleury and other chances that trickled just wide.
NHL Warns Brad Marchand: Stop Licking Other PlayersThe NHL has told Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents or the Boston Bruins forward will face punishment.
Sharks Playoff Preview: Golden Knights Present Speedy ChallengeThe Golden Knights brought relentless speed to a Pacific Division that had been known in recent years for heavy teams that thrived on wearing down opponents with physical play.
San Jose Sharks Finish Sweep Of Anaheim Ducks, Face Golden Knights NextAndrew Cogliano scored the lone goal for the Ducks, who were outscored 16-4 in the series and swept for the first time since 1999 against Detroit.
Penalties And Power Plays: NHL Refs Not Swallowing Whistles In PlayoffsPenalties are up more than 17 percent over the same time a year ago and are playing a substantial role in several series.