Sitting Sharks: SJ Losing Streak Stands at Four

By Mary Walsh SAN JOSE- The Sharks are not winning anymore. Fans might be having flashbacks to every season past, when even the most magnificent point streak was marred by some inexplicable, nonsensical streak of poor play, bad luck and predictably disappointing results. It would be reasonable to assume that it is time for theContinue reading “Sitting Sharks: SJ Losing Streak Stands at Four”

Sharks drop fourth straight

By Ivan Makarov SAN JOSE, CA – Counting last year’s playoffs, San Jose Sharks have beaten Vancouver Canucks in nine straight games. The streak came to an end on Thursday night as Sharks were defeated 4-2 and have lost their fourth game in a row. Sharks fell two goals behind in the first half ofContinue reading “Sharks drop fourth straight”

Sharks lose again

By Ivan Makarov What on paper looked like one of the easiest games of the early season for the San Jose Sharks, turned out to be one of the wildest and disappointing games so far. Playing at home against the last team in the league Buffalo Sabres, Sharks had to come back from behind multipleContinue reading “Sharks lose again”

Larry Levitt on the NHL

by Larry Levitt SAN JOSE–The Youth coming into the NHL now has such talent it’s really amazing to see there’s so many teenagers and 21 year olds coming in here in the first year and they are not intimidated by the game or the speed or the pace and they’re actually holding their own. OfContinue reading “Larry Levitt on the NHL”

Sharks lose heartbreaker in shootout

By: Phillip Torres November 2, 2013 SAN JOSE-The San Jose Sharks (10-1-3) were defeated by the Phoenix Coyotes (10-3-2) Saturday night at the SAP Center in a heartbreaking loss 3-2. The game was determined by shootout. Phoenix started off very strong as they scored just 36 seconds into the game. The goal was scored byContinue reading “Sharks lose heartbreaker in shootout”

Boyle and Havlat Back in the Game

By Mary Walsh SAN JOSE- The question going in to Saturday’s Sharks game was… well, there were many. Who would want the win more, the team that lost to SJ 5-1 last time around, or the team that lost a frustrating game to LA a few days earlier? The Coyotes gave their answer quickly withContinue reading “Boyle and Havlat Back in the Game”

Not Quite Right: Sharks Fall to Kings in OT

By Mary Walsh LOS ANGELES- We don’t like the way things ended last year, and we want to try and set things right tonight. -Patrick Marleau, to CSNCA during warmups It looked like the Sharks were ready to do just that when Logan Couture found Marc-Edouard Vlasic pinching in deep, after getting a quick lookContinue reading “Not Quite Right: Sharks Fall to Kings in OT”

Game of Firsts Keeps the Sharks on Top

By Mary Walsh OTTAWA- Sunday, the San Jose Sharks defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-2 with goaltender Alex Stalock making his first NHL start. Stalock had played in 2 NHL games before, but always in relief. James Sheppard and Andrew Desjardins also scored their first goals of the season, bringing the number of 2013-14 Sharks with goals to 16. The Sharks are nowContinue reading “Game of Firsts Keeps the Sharks on Top”

San Jose Sharks Testing the Depths

By Mary Walsh It is never a good thing when a roster player is out due to injury, as so many San Jose Sharks are right now. That obvious truth should not tarnish a high-quality silver lining. As effective as the Sharks have been over the last several seasons, their depth has not been testedContinue reading “San Jose Sharks Testing the Depths”

Sharks win in shutout

By Phillip Torres MONTREAL-The San Jose Sharks (9-1-1) defeated the Montreal Canadians (6-5-0) 2-0 on Saturday night. Logan Couture scored both of the goals for the Sharks to propel them to the victory. Antti Niemi recorded 22 saves to earn the shutout. Patrick Marleau earned both of the assists to Couture’s goals. Couture’s first goalContinue reading “Sharks win in shutout”