San Jose looks to even the series by holding serve on home ice for the second straight game.
After a 22 second collapse put the Sharks down 2-0 in the series, it seemed like game 3 couldn't come soon enough. Now it's time for the Sharks and Kings to take their battle to San Jose. Puck drops at 6:00 pm.
Raffi Torres won't be in the Sharks lineup tonight in Los Angeles as they look to tie their second round series with the Kings.
Somehow, the Sharks find themselves on the brink of eliminating the Canucks before the playoffs are even a week old. They'll attempt to complete the first sweep in franchise history tonight at the Tank.
Behind strong play by Patrick Marleau and Antti Niemi, San Jose has the chance to move one game closer to a first round win after taking two in Vancouver.
After a 3-1 victory in Game 1, the Sharks look to head back to San Jose with a 2-0 stranglehold of a series lead.
After locking up a spot in the playoffs, the Sharks play their second-to-last game of the regular season tonight at 7:00 against the Phoenix Coyotes.
Another team fighting for their playoff lives heads into the Shark Tank, with San Jose having yet another chance to mathematically guarantee themselves a spot in the postseason.
The Sharks play host to the Minnesota Wild tonight at 7:30 pm. With all the former Sharks on the Wild, it's a good opportunity to take a look at how former Sharks fare after leaving San Jose.
Of the Sharks' final seven games, five will come against teams fighting for their playoff lives. The fun begins tonight in Phoenix.
Dallas and San Jose were among the more active sellers at the NHL trade deadline but both of them could make the playoffs.
Finally, a post that's not about Raffi Torres. The Sharks head to the Motor City to face the Red Wings for the last time as a conference rival. Puck drops at 4:30 pm Pacific.
Removing emotions from the equation, Raffi Torres is a surprisingly effective Ryane Clowe replacement. San Jose opens their road trip against Torres' former team in Columbus.
The Sharks put their four game win streak on the line against the easy-to-hate Vancouver Canucks tonight at 7:30 pm.
The Sharks look to continue their win-streak (They have a win streak!!!) against the Phoenix Coyotes tonight at 7:30 pm.
A look back at the greatest moments in the Sharks/Red Wings rivalry set to sadly end after this season.
A seven-game homestand that could make or break the Sharks' playoff hopes begins tonight against the Ducks.
The next stop on the Sharks' road trip is Minnesota as they'll face Devin Setoguchi, Dany Heatley and the Wild at 11AM.
As the Sharks head to Anaheim to take on the division-leading Ducks, we take a closer look at how good tonight's opponent really is.