What’s on his plate whenever Brenden Dillon has a home-cooked meal prepared by his grandmother? Plenty.
Two of his teammates smiled and shrugged at the fairytale start to Marleau’s second stint with the Sharks. Thrilled for No. 12, yet hardly taken aback by his efforts.
Do you remember your first e-mail address? These players sure do – and we're happy they were brave enough to share!
With the NFL season having kicked off, Logan Couture stopped by for some gridiron talk, including pro football players he believes would make good NHL players.
Joe Thornton is coming back for another season at age 40, signing a one-year, $2 million contract with the San Jose Sharks on Friday after briefly contemplating retirement at the end of last season.
It’s rather fitting that Brenden Dillon supports the charity HEROS.
The San Jose Sharks re-signed forwards Dylan Gambrell and Antti Suomela on Thursday.
The San Jose Sharks have re-signed forward Kevin Labanc to a one-year contract.
The San Jose Sharks have signed defenceman Dalton Prout and forward Jonny Brodzinski to one-year contracts.
For San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson, the start of free agency was a day of mixed emotions.
The Philadelphia Flyers continued to shore up their defence by acquiring veteran Justin Braun from the San Jose Sharks for two draft picks.
The San Jose Sharks took a risk when they traded for elite defenceman Erik Karlsson knowing he had only one year left on his contract.
If you're a San Jose Sharks fan, you likely know quite a bit about Joe Pavelski, but get to know the captain through the eyes of his dad, Mike!
When the highly touted kid from Switzerland completed his rookie Canadian Hockey League season, no one in the Halifax Mooseheads organization second-guessed the decision to draft him.
Joe Thornton scored twice for San Jose as part of a three-point performance to post the first multi-goal game of his Stanley Cup Playoffs career.
Timo Meier scored twice, sending the San Jose Sharks to a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues in Game 1 of the Western Conference final Saturday night.
Ever since Joe Pavelski went down with a gruesome head injury in the first round of the playoffs, the mantra for the San Jose Sharks has been to stay alive in the post-season long enough for their captain to come back to the ice.
Joe Pavelski made a triumphant return from a head injury to help send the San Jose Sharks to the Western Conference final with a 3-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche in Game 7.
Logan Couture scored his first postseason hat trick for the San Jose Sharks, who beat the Colorado Avalanche 4-2 for a 2-1 Western Conference semifinal series lead.
Three seasons ago, as the Barrie Colts toured the highways of the Ontario Hockey League, Kevin Labanc ruled the back of the bus with Michael Webster and Justin Scott.