The Daily Chum
If Sharks history has taught us anything, it’s that now is not the time to panic.
His game was a bit of a mixed bag last night, but Labanc has to be allowed room for mistakes.
The Sharks finally have an opportunity for these young blueliners.
The young guns impressed last year, but there’s a lot of competition for those spots.
There’s a common theme to the issues we don’t want athletes to talk about.
A new Pacific Division team means new opportunities for rivalries.
Guentzel got me thinking.
Humble beginnings and an appearance on the biggest stage, separated by 25 years.
Much like the Sharks last spring, P.K. Subban is showing that narratives are often far from the truth.
He’s still got at least three games left, too.
With the draft lottery in the books, let’s take a (quick) look at San Jose’s organizational depth.
And who’s Vegas going to take?
Once they’ve made these decisions, we can figure out a blueprint.
It’s better than it sounds
It’s back to the playoffs, but the feeling isn’t quite the same.
I’d forgotten what this felt like
San Jose has seven games to pick up the pieces
Last year was an aberration, too.
The Sharks’ shutdown defense pairing did anything but on Thursday night.
The Sharks finally snapped the five-game home losing streak against Buffalo.