By trading for the NHL's best defenseman, San Jose sent an unmistakable message: It's "Win One for Joe" mode in 2018-19. But a loaded Western Conference will test that plan, now and in the future.
by: Sie Morley — SB Nation: Fear The Fin 19 Sep
The kids came out strong for a win over Anaheim.
by: Curtis Pashelka — East Bay Times 19 Sep
Marcus Sorensen does not want to make the same mistakes he made at last year’s Sharks’ camp, when he did not do enough to make the opening night roster.
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 16 Sep
Erik Karlsson has won two Norris Trophy awards, yet Doug Wilson is just as impressed with the desire of the newest Shark as he is with his talent.
by: Adam Gretz — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 15 Sep
Henrik Zetterberg’s playing career coming to an end is the end of a great era for the Detroit Red Wings organization.
by: Paul Skrbina, Nashville Tennessean — Tennessean 15 Sep
Nashville Predators start training camp, Filip Forsberg confident, Austin Watson on the ice.
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 15 Sep
With the addition of Erik Karlsson, the Sharks' power play must rise in the ranks this season with championship aspirations.
by: Associated Press — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 15 Sep
Thornton went down with a season-ending right knee injury Jan. 23.
by: JOSH DUBOW — The Washington Times 15 Sep
Getting a healthy Joe Thornton back on the ice was supposed to be the biggest change when the San Jose Sharks began training camp this season.
by: AP — USA Today 15 Sep
The San Jose Sharks have opened training camp with a healthy Joe Thornton on the ice
by: The Associated Press — CBC Sports 14 Sep
The Sharks opened training camp Friday with a healthy Thornton on the ice after having recovered from a second major knee surgery in the past two years. Karlsson has not yet arrived from Ottawa as he works out visa issues that could keep him from joining.