The San Jose Sharks have lost their previous four games. Could this be a retelling of the 2012-2013 story that saw the Sharks explode out of the gate before hitting a slump that eventually landed them as the sixth seed in the Stanley Cup playoffs?
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Once again the annual ritual of dispatching the young-uns into the streets to extort various sugary, chocolaty treats from the neighbors is upon us. Yes, its Halloween time… that mid-autumn ritual that allows the little goblins to round up enough candy to keep ‘em buzzing about on a sugar highRead More
How much longer will the San Jose Sharks’ salary cap allow them to keep their Big 3 in tact?
Joe Pavelski is off to another hot start for the San Jose Sharks.
The San Jose Sharks’ offense looks a lot better than many expected — and that goes far beyond just Tomas Hertl.
The Sharks roster was finalized earlier this week in preparation for the team’s first game of the season on October 3 against the Vancouver Canucks. While fans cannot wait to see Joe Thornton, Logan Couture, Antti Niemi and company hit the ice and begin another race for the Stanley Cup, there are several new players who will be wearing the teal sweater for the first time.
Say what you want about Raffi Torres, but the San Jose Sharks are a worse team without him.
(Ed. note: There were too many good commercials here to pick just five, so we’ve added a few more). Another hockey season approaches, with all of the usual activities before October’s puck drop. There are media days and training camps. A brand new sheet of ice is made and paintedRead More
Only two weeks had gone by in the 2013 season and fans in the Western Conference were excited by more than just the return of hockey. While the Chicago Blackhawks stole the bulk of the media attention on their way to making history, the Sharks launched one of their greatest starts in recent memory with a seven-game win streak. Snatching 14 points after outscoring their opponents by 17 goals, the Sharks look primed to add another banner or two to the rafters.
Another four years are gone and a new wave of anticipation and national pride is upon us. The Olympics will cut into the 2013-2014 NHL season like a welcomed stop on a long road trip, a way to better appreciate and boost interest in the game of hockey before returning to North America and the pursuit of the Stanley Cup. While the final rosters will not be complete and the puck won’t drop on Olympic ice until much later in the season, the process to select which players will don their country’s jersey has already begun.