Teal-clad wives wept in the hallway as the Sharks’ stars tried one-by-one to piece together their thoughts.
A Sharks season few thought could go this far ended one game too soon, as San Jose fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
San Jose needs to beat the Penguins in San Jose Sunday to stay alive and force a seventh game.
It’s hard to play catch-up every night, especially in the Stanley Cup Final.
If casual hockey fans didn’t know who Joonas Donskoi was before Saturday night, they do now.
The Sharks heaved themselves up the silver slopes of Mount Stanley Cup Saturday night.
Two games into the Stanley Cup Final and it’s clear the Penguins present challenges unlike any other.
In a frenetic, fast-paced start to the Stanley Cup Final, the Sharks came up short in a 3-2 loss.
San Jose has more in common with their final roadblock to the silver chalice than any team they’ve faced thus far.
Typically, at this time of year, the Sharks are hitting their vacation spots, watching other teams prepare for the Stanley Cup Finals.