Is San Jose’s future worth a single Cup run?
Tough decisions that could shape the future of the franchise need to be made prior to Monday's trade deadline.
With Montreal likely set to buy out Scott Gomez in the coming days, should the Sharks take a flier on a potential third-line center?
One of the topics of discussion at CBA meetings today is how the league will ease its fall from a $70 million salary cap in the potential 2012-13 season to a $60 million ceiling in 2013-14. How will the cap crunch affect the San Jose Sharks?
Taking a look at UFA Jason Arnott as a potential third-line center for the Sharks next season.
If Weber ends up in Philly, could the Sharks take advantage of the Flyers' precarious salary cap situation?
A look at Darren Dreger's report that the Sharks are emerging as "strong contenders" for the services of Rick Nash.
A look at the Rick Nash rumors and why this allows Sharks General Manager Doug Wilson the ability to target some value players at a much cheaper cost.
A look at Buffalo's Paul Gaustad, a player who has been linked to San Jose in trade rumors recently.
Fear The Fin examines the Sharks roster heading into final cuts.
With the signing deadline come and gone, it looks like San Jose has chosen not to sign Patrick White.
A look at the San Jose Sharks third line forward group and the options Sharks GM Doug Wilson has this season in improving it.
Fear the Fin takes a look at Jamie McGinn and Torrey Mitchell, two young forwards who are crucial to San Jose's success next year.