2021-22 Sharks Preseason
The Sharks are coming into this season with two different goaltenders than last year.
The chemistry on a healthy blue line means improvement is surely guaranteed.
Weatherby, Hatakka and Eklund continue to impress, and the roster gets more competitive every day. Who will make the opening night roster?
With apologies to our friends at Locked On Sharks, The Gambler’s time in San Jose seems to be up.
As the Sharks approach the regular season, let’s take a brief look at their competition.
Gadjovich, who had a strong AHL season last year, joins the fight for the Sharks’ bottom-six.
One way teams can build confidence in themselves and their game and create momentum going into the regular season is by winning preseason games — how are the Sharks doing?
Why not try to win a third cup in a row?
The Canadiens’ roster for the 2021-22 season is a far cry from the one that pushed the team to the Stanley Cup Final — does that change their cup chances?
Two preseason contests are left before real hockey begins.
If there’s one thing Vegas’ off-season has proven, it’s that this team is going for a Cup or bust — even if it means trading inaugural franchise goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury.
The Sharks roster is being cut down each day, so let’s check in on the last of the Sharks rookies in training camp.
Everyone loves the Carolina Hurricanes, the goofy bunch of jerks ... wait, I’m hearing they signed an actual jerk.
One step closer to the opening night roster.
The Sharks are trying to play a more physical game — did they accomplish that against LA, and what does that mean for their forwards?
While the league has concluded its investigation into claims that Kane bet on NHL games, he’s now under investigation for two additional charges.
One step closer to hockey that matters ... and an actual broadcast schedule.
The Sharks have cut their training camp roster down to 46 — where does that leave the rest of the rookies?
As the preseason officially starts, let’s check in with two Sharks rookies and their performances against the Ducks and Knights.
Two very different Sharks squads will hit the ice tonight.
How will the Sharks rookies perform in the preseason games with the addition of veteran players, and how will it affect their chemistry on the ice?
The Isles’ mostly unchanged roster and a healthy captain could mean that it’s finally their time for the cup.
With Grubauer gone, can the Avalanche break out of the second round?