With the NHL trade deadline coming next month, NHL teams have to figure out their plans. For the San Jose Sharks, those plans might include Justin Braun.
by: Jared Clinton — The Hockey News 22 Jan
The Sharks are a dominant puck possession team with a high-scoring top six, deep forward corps, offensively gifted blueliners and a few shutdown rearguards. If their goaltending doesn't show up, though, San Jose's Stanley Cup hopes might rest on...
by: efowle15 — SB Nation: Fear The Fin 22 Jan
San Jose deserved a better fate.
by: N/A — Miami Herald 22 Jan
View photos from the San Jose Sharks at Florida Panthers game at the BB&T Center on Monday, January 21, 2019, in Sunrise, Fla.
by: Chelena Goldman — NBC Sports Bay Area 21 Jan
The two-time Norris Trophy winner isn't expected back in the lineup until after San Jose's bye week.
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by: efowle15 — SB Nation: Fear The Fin 21 Jan
Gustav Nyquist would look great in teal.
by: STATS/TSX — Yahoo Sports 22 Jan
The Florida Panthers surge toward the All-Star break knowing that the Vincent Trocheck Factor has returned in full force. The Panthers trek home from a successful trip to Nashville to close out the unofficial first half of the season with Monday...
by: Marcus White — NBC Sports Bay Area 21 Jan
The Sharks already are down Marc-Edouard Vlasic, but they also could be without Erik Karlsson after Sunday's transaction.
by: Lucas or Luke — Fansided: Blades of Teal 20 Jan
The San Jose Sharks have placed their shutdown defender Marc-Eduoard Vlasic on Injured Reserve for the foreseeable future. In order to fill the roster ...
by: eddie91razo — SB Nation: Fear The Fin 20 Jan
Road ice hasn't been too kind to the Sharks so far.
by: Paul Gackle — East Bay Times 20 Jan
Erik Karlsson got scratched from the Sharks game with the Tampa Bay Lightning right before puck drop.
by: San Jose Barracuda — AHL: SJ Barracuda 19 Jan
“From then on out, he’s been one of our go-to guys all season. We’re starting to see all the things he did in college that made him successful here at the pro level.” - Roy Sommer on Nick DeSimone.
by: Paul Gackle — East Bay Times 12 Jan
The Sharks defenseman says that playing his old team is still ‘weird.’