Although the Sharks are just 2-for-48 on the power play over their last 15 games, they are 6-1-1 in their last eight contests and sit tied for fourth overall in the NHL with 89 points
Todd McLellan revealed Monday that Brad Stuart will likely miss more time with injury, and that Marty Havlat is not completely healthy.
Sharks first round pick Mirco Mueller's goal is to make the team for the 2014-15 season, and that may not be entirely out of the question.
After getting bumped to the third line Brent Burns has played some of his best games of late, proving that a demotion can be a powerful incentive.
After looking lethargic early against the Canadiens, the Sharks hit their stride and emerged with a dominant 4-0 win Saturday in San Jose.
After Thursday's comeback win over Pittsburgh, the San Jose Sharks didn't lose a step against the Canadiens, rolling to a decisive 4-0 victory.
Douglas Murray returns to The Tank for the first time since the Sharks traded him last March. He's not mad, but he wants to win the game.
When the Sharks faceoff against the Canadiens on Saturday night, it will be their seventh or 12 straight games against teams from the East.
Brent Burns and the Sharks look to continue their aggressive play as they go for the season sweep of the Canadiens on Saturday night.
Alex Stalock is arguably challenging Antti Niemi for the top job on the team, but Niemi for his part responded well against Pittsburgh.
If you missed Insider Kevin Kurz's #SharksTalk chat, we've got you covered with the complete transcript.
Shorthanded, down by one goal, in the third period, Patrick Marleau scored a dazzling goal. But was it the best Sharks' goal of the season?
Brent Burns, Raffi Torres and the Sharks did not shy away from contact against Pittsburgh and it paid off in an instant classic of a comeback win.
The San Jose Sharks erased deficits of 2-0 and 3-2 in a home win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, the top team in the Eastern Conference.