In today’s NHL Rumors rundown, goaltender Robin Lehner took part in a social media Q & A and he gave some interesting and honest answers. Meanwhile, there’s speculation the Montreal Canadiens might be interested in Alex Galchenyuk, the Detroit Red Wings in Artem Anisimov and that players are threatening to leave the San Jose Sharks
Now that the San Jose Sharks organization know where they’ll be slotted for the 2021 Draft, it’s time to consider who the club can feasibly pick up at the seventh overall pick. There’s a lot of talent in the draft pool this year, and it’s going to require a fair bit of deliberation from the
Logan Couture is the lifeblood of the San Jose Sharks, but a number of injuries over the past couple of seasons have prohibited the 32-year-old from playing to the best of his ability. Almost every time Couture steps on the ice, there’s a certain electricity that the team lacks when he’s not in the lineup.
April 11, 2021 — the San Jose Sharks sit just four points back from the Arizona Coyotes and the coveted fourth playoff spot with a game in hand on their rival. After a trade deadline with little player movement within the club, the Sharks looked toward a possible playoff push. And, as you can tell
A milestone night for more than one member of the San Jose Sharks, Timo Meier appeared in his 300th NHL game on April 9, 2021. While he has fallen slightly out of favor with some fans, the Swiss-born forward has had quite a career already. He has never quite developed into the power forward everyone expected
After sweeping the Los Angeles Kings in a two-game series — and Martin Jones playing his best regular season hockey in the last three seasons — the Sharks entered a back-to-back weekend series against the Arizona Coyotes with a fair amount of optimism. In that series against the Kings, Jones played both games, and held
In a recent press conference, San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson explained his thoughts on the status of his team. The Sharks are tied for second-to-last in the Honda West Division, eight points out of a playoff spot. Although a good performance against the Anaheim Ducks led to three consecutive wins, the chances of the
The San Jose Sharks have finished their first homestand of the year. They were able to play seven games straight at home after being on the road for most of the season, with the exception of two games. In those seven games, they won only two, losing the other five. In this article, we’ll discuss
The 2020-21 season has been a bit of a disappointment so far for the San Jose Sharks. After 12 straight games on the road to start the season, the Sharks were hoping to make up ground at home. That hope hasn’t gone perfectly so far with one win and two losses at home. The Sharks
The San Jose Sharks picked up three of four possible points in a wild series against the St. Louis Blues, technically giving them the series win. This two-game set saw the Sharks blow a multiple-goal lead and allow a tying goal in the last minute of a game they lost, yet the team should still
The San Jose Sharks have had many star wingers throughout their history. Franchise legends such as Joe Pavelski and Patrick Marleau were key contributors, and the team has even possessed stars such as Teemu Selanne, Sergei Makarov, and Dany Heatley briefly. The Sharks are now transitioning toward a young core, especially in the Sharks’ wing
The San Jose Sharks have had little to offer in the second period so far this season. With a minus-nine rating in the middle frame, the team entered this game looking to improve this struggle. After almost a week off, the Sharks had plenty of time to prepare for the game against the Anaheim Ducks.
Ryan Donato’s first handful of games for the San Jose Sharks have positive signs. The 24-year-old is in his fourth NHL season, though his first only consisted of 12 games. He is now on his third team after the Boston Bruins and Minnesota Wild no longer desired his services. I’ll go through early indicators that
The San Jose Sharks won their first game of the season in a thriller against the Arizona Coyotes. The Sharks grabbed an early lead, but lost it in the dying minutes of the third. Luckily, they emerged victors in their first game in 10 months. However, in this 4-3 shootout win, one line stood out.
The San Jose Sharks’ will be playing their first game on Jan. 14 against the Arizona Coyotes. Coincidentally, they will also have their training camp in Scottsdale, AZ, due to the ongoing ban in Santa Clara County on contact sports. That said, it doesn’t mean that the Sharks won’t have an injury, or still have
After months of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The NHL Players Association and the NHL have agreed on a deal that the 2020-21 season will start on Jan. 13 with a slate of 52-56 games. This means that San Jose Sharks fans will finally be able to hear those familiar voices on tv and
While the National Hockey League tries to salvage a successful 2021 season, the league is promoting a realignment of its current divisions. The realignment’s main purpose is to cut down travel for all teams, and, most notably, ceasing travel between the United States/Canada border. As both sides have their pandemic struggles, it is likely that
The debut of the NHL’s 32nd franchise, the Seattle Kraken, is approaching quickly, and once again the San Jose Sharks will have to give one of their players away in yet another expansion draft. They got away lucky last time with the last team, the Vegas Golden Knights, with them selecting David Schlemko, who was