The San Jose have some real good playoff wins in their history, but what are the five biggest in terms of score differential? It may surprise you to hear three of the top
five six come from the Sharks’ most recent postseason run — but can you guess which one stands at No. 1? Hit the list.
T4. Sharks 7, Avalanche 3 (4/30/99)
Vincent Damphousse scored twice and the Sharks obliterated Patrick Roy to take a 7-3 win to even the western conference quarterfinals at one game apiece. No highlights of this game, I’m afraid.
T4. Sharks 5, Predators 1 (5/7/16)
Joe Pavelski scored two goals, Joe Thornton had a pair of assists and the Sharks rebounded from a triple overtime loss to smash the Predators and go up three games to two in the second round of the playoffs.
T4. Sharks 4, Blues 0 (5/17/16)
This time it was Brent Burns scoring twice for the Sharks as San Jose stormed back from a game one defeat to even the western conference finals at a game apiece.
T1. Sharks 5, Avalanche 0 (4/22/10)
Another impressive game against Colorado, this one coming more than a decade after the first entry on this list. This is now the fourth game on this list that features a Sharks player scoring twice (Logan Couture this time) and the Sharks went up 3-2 in this series.
T1. Sharks 7, Kings 2 (4/20/14)
There was no two-goal game from a member of the Sharks here, but this was a very impressive comeback. San Jose went down by two goals in the first period and proceeded to score seven-straight goals to dismantle the Kings and go up 2-0 in this series. Then the season was canceled, the end.
T1. Sharks 5, Predators 0 (5/12/16)
One of the most impressive games in Sharks history if for no other reason than the stage. San Jose absolutely exploded against the Predators in game seven to reach the Western Conference Finals for the third time in their history. Logan Couture tallied three points in the victory.