2016-17 Quick Bite
It all comes down to Tuesday.
Carpenter has six points in three games.
San Jose was shut out for the second straight game.
Can a team choose to only ice four skaters? Asking for a friend. His name is, er, Brodd BcLellan, why?
The Sharks had blown a 3-1 lead, but came back late in regulation to tie it and Brent Burns won the game in overtime.
San Jose Episode Six: Return of the Slump
The Sharks dominate the shot clock, but can’t beat the goalie. This is a recording.
In classic Sharks v Ducks fashion, the Sharks out played Anaheim but couldn’t break through against Jonathan Bernier.
As it turns out, winning against play-off bound teams is kinda hard.
The Big Pavelski and Aaron Dell take down the Stars with two goals and 29 saves respectively, as the Sharks bounce back after a disappointing loss yesterday.
San Jose fell behind early, but rallied for a 3-1 victory on Thursday
The Sharks benefitted from a late-game goal by Hertl to defeat the Maple Leafs
A strong third period got the job done for San Jose.
With the help of All-Universe D-man Brent Burns, the Sharks picked up a much needed win.
San Jose comes from behind thanks to big game from Brent Burns
Aaron Dell made 33 saves and played magnificently to earn the Sharks one point.
The Sharks losing streak extends to three games, after a loss to the Bruins.
The Sharks led by a whopping 4-1, but lost 5-4 in overtime to the Sabres.
Tomas Hertl scored the game-winner with 2:03 left in the third period.
Patrick Marleau delivered his 97th career game-winning goal in the third period.
Patrick Marleau netted four goals in the third period to lead the Sharks to a 5-2 victory.
San Jose skates away with the win in the first half of the 2017 Nieto bowl