After latest loss to Chicago, Sharks have been statistically eliminated from the playoffs.
It won’t be an easy rematch, even with the possible return of Adin Hill.
A depleted Sharks blueline is going to be tasked with shutting down another one of the league’s best.
What was once only a tricky road trip with a usual back-to-back in Sunrise and Tampa Bay has become a gauntlet of Cup contenders.
Increasing goal-scoring will be a huge focus for the Sharks against the hot Los Angeles Kings.
I don’t think the Sharks are looking forward to seeing these guys again so soon.
It’s been a long time since the Sharks have lost to the Penguins, and San Jose will hope to keep it that way.
Both teams are within reach of a Wild Card spot, but inconsistency on the ice has left them clawing for points.
After a rough loss against the Kraken, the Sharks need this one to go their way to build a gap in the division.
Dallas is Joe Pavelski’s team, but the one-line team should allow for favorable matchups for the Sharks.
San Jose clashes with Minnesota for the second time this season, hoping to extend the season series record to 2-0-0.
In just their second back-to-back of the season, San Jose will need to be ready for the jump against a scary offensive team.
Starting the road trip with two straight wins, San Jose is on a mission to make it three with a win over this depleted Islanders’ line-up.
The team will meet New Jersey for the second and final time this season.
The Blackhawks are everyone’s least favorite team in the NHL, and the Sharks are looking for a bounce-back win.
A come-from-behind overtime victory will propel the Sharks as they host the Senators tonight at SAP Center.