Coach Todd McLellan was emphatic in his criticism of the Sharks' power play on Sunday, and challenged his players to take charge.
The Sharks made a late push and despite outshooting the Wild, San Jose lost its third consecutive game to finish the road trip 1-3-0.
Brown continues to skate, though, and is hopeful that the injury won’t keep him out for very long. He was placed on injured reserve on Saturday.
The return of Matt Nieto and Freddie Hamilton can serve another purpose than just on the ice -- it offers a reminder that ice time, and roster spots, will continue to have to be earned.
The San Jose Sharks make their lone visit to Minnesota this season to kick off their three-game season series with the Wild.
The Sharks made a few roster moves Saturday after a pair of miserable back-to-back losses on their current four-game road trip.
The Sharks may have been tired in their second of back-to-backs against the Canes, but Todd McLellan hasn't ruled out laziness as a possibility.
The Sharks held a 2-1 lead entering the third period, but three Hurricanes goals against Alex Stalock gave them a 5-3 win on Friday.
Coming off their worst loss in weeks, the Sharks will start Alex Stalock in net on the second night of a back-to-back on the road.
Why should Sharks fans watch Joe Pavelski carefully against Carolina? Kevin Kurz gets you set for tonight's matchup. TV: 3:30 p.m. CSNCA
The Penguins scored four quick goals in succession early in the second period, and cruised to a 5-1 win over the Sharks on Thursday night.
The Sharks' six-game win streak is a thing of the past as the Penguins handed the Sharks their most lopsided loss of the season.
Making the second stop on their road trip, the Sharks visit the Penguins, whose coach offered lofty praise of Team Teal prior to the showdown.
The big news from morning skate is that the Penguins will be without the NHL's second-leading scorer. The Sharks aren't counting their chickens.
What are the probable lines? Which players should fans keep an eye on? Kevin Kurz gets you set for tonight's matchup. TV: 3:30 p.m. CSNCA