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.
by: email@example.com — RDS 20 Sep
Erik Karlsson vivait sa première journée dans l'uniforme des Sharks de San Jose, mercredi.
by: AP — USA Today 20 Sep
Defenseman Erik Karlsson's first day with the San Jose Sharks went off without a hitch.
by: Curtis Pashelka — East Bay Times 20 Sep
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 20 Sep
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 20 Sep
Erik Karlsson was handed a teal San Jose Sharks sweater and immediately proclaimed:
by: AP — Fox Sports 20 Sep
Erik Karlsson's first day with the San Jose Sharks went off without a hitch
by: Adam Gretz — Sporting News 19 Sep
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
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 18 Sep
The right-shooting defenseman became old enough to buy a lottery ticket on Aug. 14, 53 days after San Jose selected him in the first round...
by: James O'Brien — NBC Sports: Pro Hockey Talk 18 Sep
With that in mind, let’s ask if he should jump right away into the NHL.