2013 Season Preview
Fear The Fin's Western Conference Preview: 1-5
We conclude our preview of the West with a look at the teams likely to claim the conference's top five seeds.
23-man roster likely finalized
A day before the 2013 NHL season begins, the Sharks appear to have decided on the roster they'll begin the year with.
Fear The Fin's Western Conference Preview: 6-10
We continue our preview of the West standings by projecting the conference's middle-of-the-pack teams.
Five burning questions as we reach the end of camp
With 24 hours remaining until the roster deadline, we ask five questions the Sharks still need to answer before preparation camp wraps up.
Fear The Fin's Western Conference Preview: 11-15
We piss off Wild fans and preview the West in part one of our three-part series predicting the 2013 conference standings.
Season Preview: Marleau, Thornton and Pavelski
The strongest feature of the Sharks' roster in 2013 will be their dominant top line.
Season Preview: Clowe, Couture and Havlat
Two-thirds of this line were largely M.I.A. for much of 2011-12. We examine whether Ryane Clowe and Martin Havlat can have bounce-back years in 2013.
Full training camp roster announced
With training camp officially open, the Sharks announced their initial 28-man roster.
The ten biggest games of the 2013 Sharks season
The lockout is finally over. With the NHL's 2013 schedule released, we look at the ten biggest games of the Sharks' upcoming season.
Free Agency 2.0: Who could the Sharks still add?
Once a Memorandum of Understanding is signed by the NHL and PA (assuming that ever happens), trades and signings can resume without restriction. We look at remaining free agents who could help the Sharks.
Season Preview: Niemi and Greiss
Coming off a season in which they combined to post the fifth-best even-strength save percentage in the league, Antti Niemi and Thomas Greiss return to the Sharks' crease looking to improve on the penalty kill in 2013.
Season Preview: Vlasic and Boyle
Following an impressive 2011-12 season, the Sharks' top pairing of Vlasic and Boyle look to replicate their success in 2013.
How did San Jose do against the Pacific in 11-12?
With teams slated to play 18 of their 48 games against divisional opponents in 2013, we look at how the Sharks performed against the Pacific last season.
Season Preview: Galiardi, Handzus and Burish
If there's an area of the Sharks' roster that presents a reason to be concerned about the team heading into the 2013 season, it's their third line.
Season Preview: Burns and Stuart
A healthy Brent Burns and a head-in-the-game Brad Stuart could go a long way for San Jose.
Season Preview: Sheppard, Desjardins and Wingels
There are still decisions that need to be made during training camp about the Sharks' fourth line but we preview the most likely candidates for those spots.
Season Preview: Braun, Demers and Murray
We begin our preview of the Sharks' 2013 roster with a look at the three players competing to comprise the team's third defense pairing.
Do you know what the Sharks did last summer?
July was six months ago, so it's completely understandable if you don't remember what Doug Wilson and the Sharks organization were up to the last time the NHL was in session. Here's a refresher course to get you caught up.
Will the Sharks open their season in Dallas?
With the league confirming a 48-game schedule to likely begin on January 19th, it's possible the Sharks open the season against the opponent they were already slated to face that night.