The San Jose Sharks picked up three of four possible points in a wild series against the St. Louis Blues, technically giving them the series win. This two-game set saw the Sharks blow a multiple-goal lead and allow a tying goal in the last minute of a game they lost, yet the team should still
The 2018 NHL Draft was one that was filled with stars. The first two picks, Rasmus Dahlin and Andrei Svechnikov have made big impacts on their respective teams. The San Jose Sharks cashed in on one of those stars in the first round with Ryan Merkley, a defenseman. Ryan Merkley, formerly of the London Knights
The San Jose Sharks finished January with a 3-5-0 record through eight West Division games. It’s certainly not the result they were hoping for, and they now have games versus the Vegas Golden Knights postponed. This extra time to practice might prove beneficial for the Sharks. Overall, San Jose’s play has been wildly inconsistent, though
The San Jose Sharks opened the 2020-21 season against the Arizona Coyotes with two straight games. After 10 months without hockey, there were expected inconsistencies, but there were definitely some positive surprises. I’ll recap some of them here. John Leonard A late-round gem, Leonard was taken in the sixth round (182nd overall) back in 2018.
The San Jose Sharks won their first game of the season in a thriller against the Arizona Coyotes. The Sharks grabbed an early lead, but lost it in the dying minutes of the third. Luckily, they emerged victors in their first game in 10 months. However, in this 4-3 shootout win, one line stood out.
The San Jose Sharks, in particular captain Logan Couture, have an expectation that they will be a playoff team in 2020-21. To do so, they will need to get significant contributions from their depth forwards. Couture and Tomas Hertl are clearly the top two pivots on the team, after them though, it gets fairly thin