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San Jose Sharks Lose Bid For Division Title


Scrambling to tie the game from two points behind in the last period, the San Jose Sharks saw the title taken from them after losing to the Anaheim Ducks 5-2. The loss against Anaheim enabled the Ducks to clinch the Pacific Division Title for the second straight year. The loss has created a first round playoff matchup against the Los ... Read More »

Sharks Defeat Oilers After Back and Forth Battle


Last night’s back and forth excitement resulted in the San Jose Sharks triumphing over the Edmonton Oilers with a 5-4 lead. The intensity of the game was a great preview of what the playoffs have in store for everyone involved. This win ended a two-game losing streak and brought the Sharks within one point of the Anaheim Ducks and the ... Read More »

Kings “Hert” The Sharks


The San Jose Sharks left the Staples Center with the same number of shots, 17 less penalty minutes, two more hits, and six more face-offs won, than the Los Angeles Kings.  Unfortunately, they also left with a 4-1 defeat. In fact, if not for lopsided power play time, the loss may have looked even worse for San Jose.  The Kings ... Read More »

Sharks Experiencing Trouble with Top Teams on the Road


As well as the Sharks have played this year, a concerning trend is starting to emerge.  As of late, they’ve had a tough time beating top teams on the road.  Sure, they have beaten the Blues and Canadiens on the road, but they have also lost a heartbreaker in Boston, and suffered blowout defeats in Chicago and Pittsburgh.  The loss ... Read More »

Sharks Burn the Blues


The St. Louis Blues entered Saturday with the second best record in the NHL, having only lost once in regulation to a Western Conference opponent.  Unfortunately for them, they were playing that opponent on Saturday afternoon.  On October 15th they fell 6-2 to the San Jose Sharks, and on Saturday they did not fair much better, losing 6-3. Brent Burns ... Read More »

Sharks Look to Ride Momentum into their Matchup with the Devils


The San Jose Sharks welcome the New Jersey Devils to the SAP Center tonight.  Although the Devils lost their first seven games of the season, they have won five of six, including wins over the Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings, and Anaheim Ducks.  A hot streak, Martin Brodeur, and Jaromir Jagr would seem daunting to most teams, however it shouldn’t ... Read More »

Sharks Win on Back to Back Nights in Canada


With a little over a minute remaining in Vancouver on Thursday night, the outcome was not looking good for the San Jose Sharks.  Then, just like in the playoffs last year, the Sharks pulled Antti Niemi for an extra attacker and tied the game with a minute left.  This time it was Tomas Hertl, burying a shot past Roberto Luongo, ... Read More »

Stalock Helps Sharks Snap Losing Streak


On Tuesday night, the San Jose Sharks won for the first time since they beat the Ottawa Senators on October 27th.  The winning goaltender for both games—Alex Stalock.  Making his second NHL start, Stalock again played well, but was not tested nearly as much as in his first start.  Two weeks ago the Senators peppered 40 shots at Stalock, but ... Read More »

Sharks Fall In The Shootout To Winnipeg 5-4


Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada–Tonight, the San Jose Sharks after loosing four games in a row, took their game on the road to Winnipeg to take on the Jets for the first time this season. At 1:09 of the opening period, Scott Hannan registered the games first penalty when he high sticked former San Jose Sharks forward Devin Setoguchi. For the most ... Read More »

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