San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson is at the proverbial fork in the road. Is he picking a direction or trying to gi both ways at once?
by: Brandon Maron — The Score 14h
With the departure of franchise cornerstone Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson is calling on his young players to take the team to the next level."Tomas Hertl, Timo Meier, Kevin Labanc, it's their time," Wilson said, according...
by: Zackary Weiner — The Hockey Writers 24h
Intrastate rivalry games will be a joy to watch once the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, and San Jose Sharks are competitive again.
by: Luke Fox — Sportsnet 17 Oct
Joe Thornton's hunt for the Stanley Cup has been running 41 years, 106 days and counting. His pursuers, the Maple Leafs, have been chasing the thing for 53 years, 164 days and counting. Now, their quests, painfully futile for so long, will unite in...
by: James O'Brien — NBC Sports 13 Oct
The Sharks brought back Patrick Marleau, and also Matt Nieto. The Sharks going nostalgic is fine since both Marleau and Nieto deals cost $700K.
by: Dave Campbell, Associated Press — Detroit News 6 Oct
Dubnyk was surpassed by Alex Stalock on depth chart after taking more than a month off to support his wife as she dealt with a medical condition
by: Matt Larkin — The Hockey News 6 Oct
The Wild cleared some salary and depth chart space by moving two regulars to the Sharks in separate deals. It's clear Minnesota GM Bill Guerin is making room for a bigger splash.
by: The Associated Press — CBC Sports 5 Oct
The Minnesota Wild traded goalie Devan Dubnyk and forward Ryan Donato to the San Jose Sharks in two separate deals on Monday, continuing their makeover under general manager Bill Guerin.
by: Teal Town USA — Teal Town USA 5 Oct
The 2020 Stanley Cup has been awarded, the NHL draft and free agent frenzy is upon us, and the Sharks need to make some moves. In episode 110 of the Pucknologists, we get into… Tampa Bay Lightning and Barclay Goodrow beat Dallas Stars with Joe...
by: Joshua Polanski — The Hockey Writers 29 Sep
Despite all of the criticism surrounding his contract, Erik Karlsson remains an elite defenseman for the San Jose Sharks.