Count Erik Karlsson among those ready to start the season. The newest Sharks defenseman hit the ice on Wednesday, beginning a new chapter in his career.
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 6h
Erik Karlsson arrived in the Bay Area late Tuesday night. About 12 hours later, he was on the ice getting to know his Sharks teammates.
by: Josh Dubow - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 7h
The Sharks made the big deal to acquire Karlsson from the Senators last week for a package of young players and picks, adding a world-class player to a team now expected to contend in the ultra-tough Western Conference.
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Erik Karlsson vivait sa première journée dans l'uniforme des Sharks de San Jose, mercredi.
by: AP — USA Today 9h
Defenseman Erik Karlsson's first day with the San Jose Sharks went off without a hitch.
by: Curtis Pashelka — East Bay Times 9h
Erik Karlsson and his wife, Melinda, talked face-to-face with Sharks general manager Doug Wilson and coach Pete DeBoer in Toronto earlier this month, setting the stage for the blockbuster deal
by: Mike Johnston — Sportsnet 9h
Erik Karlsson said his first day with the San Jose Sharks was perfect, and that his final year with the Senators was a "perfect storm the wrong way."
by: JOSH DUBOW — The Washington Times 9h
Erik Karlsson was handed a teal San Jose Sharks sweater and immediately proclaimed:
by: AP — Fox Sports 10h
Erik Karlsson's first day with the San Jose Sharks went off without a hitch
by: Adam Gretz — Sporting News 17h
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: Stephen Whyno - The Associated Press — Toronto Star 19 Sep
Almost one third of the 31-team league could go into opening night without a captain