With Erik Karlsson finally, in camp, it's all about the product on the ice now. The teal and black opened the pre-season with a 4-1 home win against the Anaheim Ducks.
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: Curtis Pashelka — Mercury News 16 Sep
Joe Thornton remained the top attraction as he skated on a line with Joe Pavelski and Evander Kane over two 25-minute periods
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: Curtis Pashelka — Mercury News 15 Sep
Expectations for the Sharks have perhaps never been higher, especially after acquiring Erik Karlsson in one of the biggest trades in franchise history
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: NBC Sports BayArea — Yahoo Sports 15 Sep
Peter DeBoer said the veteran center looked noticeably better than his return from another knee injury to open training camp last season.
by: Curtis Pashelka — Mercury News 14 Sep
Could Erik Karlsson be paired with Marc-Edouard Vlasic at some point during training camp?
by: NBC Sports BayArea — Yahoo Sports 14 Sep
Here's an early crack at how San Jose's defensemen and forwards will stack up after Thursday's splashy deal.
by: Ali Thanawalla — NBC Sports Bay Area 14 Sep
In the middle of Media Day, the Sharks stunned the hockey world by acquiring Erik Karlsson from Ottawa. Current players had little time to react to the big news.
by: email@example.com (The Peerless) — The Peerless Prognosticator 13 Sep
Jakub Vrana “An acre of performance is worth a whole world of promise.” -- Arnold “Red” Auerbach It might be that when the ...
by: Cam Lewis — The Nation Network: Oilers Nation 11 Sep
This is one part of a multi-part series profiling the teams of the Pacific Division from an Oilers perspective. It was really, really weird to watch a San Jose Sharks team without Patrick Marleau …