But as fans come back, there are notable changes and safety guidelines.
The National Hockey League on Tuesday announced a “Return To Play Plan” that will allow the top 24 teams to compete in a postseason tournament …
Joe Thornton began the 2019-20 season as the Sharks’ third line center. A 40-year-old role player, Thornton is still capable of providing depth, experience and strong hockey IQ for a Stanley Cup contending team.
On a night full of firsts, the San Jose Sharks hope the 6-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers will mark the beginning of a midseason turn-around.
The Sharks were once again unable to find their rhythm, dropping their ninth game this month at the hands of the Golden Knights despite a stellar performance by Aaron Dell.
Despite leading in shots all game, the Sharks could not score in critical moments, falling, 5-2, to the defending Stanley Cup Champion Blues Saturday night at the SAP Center.
The Sharks never led in a 3-2 loss to the No. 1 team in the Pacific Division, the Arizona Coyotes, Tuesday night inside SAP Center.
After opening an early lead, San Jose never looked back in a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings.
While the Sharks have won nine of their last 11 games, their power play has gone 4-31 in that stretch.
Despite scoring first and leading in shots on net for most of the game, the San Jose Sharks fell 5-1 .
It is easy to forget that rising star Timo Meier is only 23 years old.
Newly acquired free agents Jonny Brodzinski and Dalton Prout are in search of fresh starts in San Jose.
The San Jose Sharks showed flashes of good play in their first preseason game.
The San Jose Sharks began training camp missing a significant piece of the franchise’s last decade of history.
If the San Jose Sharks never win a Stanley Cup in franchise history, don’t blame Doug Wilson..
A desperate third period push came too late, and the San Jose Sharks season ended in a 5-1 loss in St. Louis Tuesday night.
San Jose Sharks fans will be cheering the team on at a watch party at the SAP Center Tuesday as the team tries to fend …
A Game 5 meltdown only got worse and worse for the San Jose Sharks.
The San Jose Sharks’ Game 2 curse continued Monday night.
The San Jose Sharks will try to continue frustrating the St. Louis Blues while remaining disciplined in Game 2.