2021-22 Sharks Preseason
A lack of froward depth and stalled contract talks with Kaprizov set the stage for an uncertain future for the Wild’s 2021-22 success.
Sticking with the core they know, the Capitals are hoping to make it out of the first round this year.
Here’s how to watch and who to watch in the rookie showcase.
Who are with Bruins without David Krejci and Tuukka Rask?
Can the Oilers prove that they’re cup-ready with Duncan Keith?
The Jets are taking an "if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it" approach.
Sharks fans have their fingers crossed for another less than stellar run from the Blues.
James Dolan finally remembered he owns the Rangers. Now with a new regime, can the Rangers make a return to the playoffs?
From Stanley Cup runner-ups to missing the playoffs, the Stars are looking for consistency.
Carter Hart, you’re the Flyers’ only hope.
With additions such as Marc-Andre Fleury and Seth Jones, it’s clear that Chicago is gambling on their off-season decisions to make a big impact on the ice in 2021-22.
With just small moves and loss of Mark Giordano, the Flames failed to improve in the off-season.
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Roster additions, young talent and management will be looking for significant improvement compared to last year in the 2021-22 season.
After a year filled with trades and another successful draft, the question isn’t how bad are the Red Wings going to be next year — it’s how good.
Off-season trades, the NHL Entry Draft and a new head coach are all changes designed to revitalize the Blue Jackets’ roster.
After a long rebuild, the Devils may finally be able to break out of hell. Yes, bad joke, I know.
Season previews continue with the Anaheim Ducks, who can only improve after an unimpressive year.
Who is gonna be a challenge to them in the Pacific? The Flames? The Oilers? Yeah right, buddy.
We kick off season previews with last season’s biggest losers, the Buffalo Sabres.
The newcomer netminder’s mask is a hockey and Shark Week crossover we never knew we needed.
The 2021 Sharks Prospect Scrimmage returned in a very high-scoring affair.
12 prospects were offered a try-out agreement with the Sharks — here’s who to keep an eye on for Thursday’s live-streamed scrimmage.
The live-streamed broadcast is the only viewing option to watch the prospects duke it out.