The San Jose Sharks beat the St. Louis Blues 5-4 in overtime to win Game 3 of the Western Conference Final.
by: Curtis Pashelka — Mercury News 16 May
Joe Thornton’s first career two-goal playoff game wasn’t enough for the Sharks to hold off the St. Louis Blues
by: Tom Timmermann St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 16 May
Perron has two goals, Steen and Tarasenko one each but Sharks score with minute left to tie it ; Dunn out of rest of game after taking a puck to
by: Chelena Goldman — NBC Sports Bay Area 16 May
Here is how the Sharks are expected to line up on Wednesday night as they visit the Blues in Game 3.
by: Jared Clinton — The Hockey News 15 May
Save of the Year? Best Beard? Best Dressed? Best Dog? The NHL unveiled the nominees for the Fan Choice Awards on Wednesday, and we narrowed it down to the best of the best.
by: Lucas Burrell — Fansided: Blades of Teal 15 May
Coming off another disappointing Game 2 loss during this years Stanley Cup Playoffs. The San Jose Sharks aspire to rebound in Game 3 on the road. The valia...
by: Kevin Allen, USA TODAY — USA Today 15 May
Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask makes 35 saves for a 2-1 victory that gives Boston a 3-0 lead against the Carolina Hurricanes in Eastern Conference final.
by: Randy Vazquez — East Bay Times 14 May
The San Jose Sharks were unable to take a 2-0 lead in their NHL Western Conference Final series with the St. Louis Blues on Monday after losing 4-2. Here are seven images that tell the story of the…
by: Jim Thomas St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 14 May
In a thrill ride of a game, the Blues took a 2-0 lead, blew it in a instant, and were on the verge of cracking. All this after being humbled
by: Curtis Pashelka — East Bay Times 14 May
Coach Pete DeBoer on Sharks’ effort: “If you’re not going to work for offense this time of year, you’re not going to get any”
by: Luke Travis — SB Nation: Fear The Fin 14 May
Couture’s stellar night not enough, San Jose drops series lead.
by: Josh Schrock — NBC Sports Bay Area 14 May
If the Sharks can continue to bottle up the Blues star, they should be able to take a stranglehold on the series.
by: Iain MacIntyre — Sportsnet 13 May
Vladimir Tarasenko has been mostly quiet this post-season, but if his St. Louis Blues are going to advance to the Stanley Cup Final, he needs to start scoring.