The San Jose Sharks showed flashes of good play in their first preseason game.
One night after falling to the Kings, the Sharks again fell flat to an inferior opponent.
The Sharks avenged their first-round exit of a year ago the sweetest way possible, sweeping away Pacific Division rival Anaheim.
After taking two games at the Honda Center, the Sharks returned to SAP Center Monday to dismantle the Anaheim Ducks.
After surrendering their home-ice advantage in Game 1, the Ducks entered Game 2 with an obvious emphasis on aggression.
It was a three-goal second period along with a 25-save shutout from Martin Jones that gave the Sharks game one of the series.
For the first time since 2009, the San Jose Sharks and the Anaheim Ducks will face off in the NHL playoffs.
In a single-file line, the legends of the game walked onto the ice. Peter Stastny. Luc Robitaille. Wayne freakin’ Gretzky.
Late go-ahead goals in regulation are back-breakers, and the Sharks are learning that in a painful manner.
Judging by the 82 penalty minutes, and fisticuffs left and right, neither the Sharks or Ducks cared this was an exhibition.
San Jose showed themselves to still be somewhat of an enigma with a disheartening 5-4 defeat to the Winnipeg Jets.
SAP CENTER — The Sharks built a 5-1 lead before holding off a ferocious Anaheim rally.
SAP CENTER — Thursday’s closely-fought battle royale had a playoff feel right up to the end.
The newly-sweatered Sharks fell to the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in OT at the newly-renamed SAP Center in San Jose.
The Sharks reclaimed the eighth and final playoff spot in the West with a 5-3 win over the first-place Ducks.
The Sharks got into a track meet with the Ducks Monday night, with the end result a second straight embarrassing loss for Team Teal.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Sharks took a one-goal bulge into the final period only to see a bad bounce lead to an easy goal by Anaheim’s Saku Koivu.
A sold-out crowd of 17,562 was on the edge of their seats Tuesday night as the San Jose Sharks battled to keep their record pristine.