2021-22 Quick Bites
The overtime win streak was bound to end at some point, despite the Sharks’ best efforts.
The Sharks have now given up 14 goals on this road trip alone.
The Sharks hoped to kick off 2022 with a bang on this road trip, but ended up eating dust in Pittsburgh.
To cap off an interesting calendar year, San Jose took down an unfamiliar Eastern Conference opponent in overtime.
A 15-goal game ending in a shootout was a fitting return for the Sharks after a 10-day break.
The stealth jersey curse continues for the Sharks as they drop 5-2 to the Canucks.
There’s only room for one sea creature in this league … and last night, it wasn’t the Sharks.
The Sharks improved to a 14-11-1 record after coming back from behind to take down the Flames.
The Sharks fought hard, but end the road trip with a 4-6 loss in Columbus.
Erik Karlsson brought the Islanders to their knees with his game-winning goal.
The drought is over — Nick Bonino scored his first of the season in a 6-3 win.
Reimer gets his revenge on his former team in the form of an overtime win.
A weak outing by San Jose finishes their five-game road trip below a .500 record.
The Sharks were outplayed, but thanks to goaltending and a couple of big plays, they earned a regulation win over their division rivals in Calgary.
It was a winnable game, which goes to show that a few little mistakes (and having their top players) make all the difference.
The last time the Sharks played the Sabres, Jack Eichel was still in their line up. Oh, how things have changed.
The Barracuda might be good this year, if their ability to slot into a COVID-protocol depleted NHL line up is any indication.