Barracuda’s Goldobin, Mueller ‘Right Where They Need to Be’ In Development ProcessMay 3, 2016
SAN JOSE — Head coach Roy Sommer realized how important Mirco Mueller had become to the Barracuda’s backend after the Sharks recalled him for their season finale on April 9. Without Mueller, the Barracuda coughed up a 5-2 lead that night, allowing the Texas Stars to score six unanswered goals in the game’s last 22 […]Read More
May 4, 2016
PODCAST: Will the Sharks Penalty Kill Hold Them Back In the Playoffs?
On today’s show, Paul Gackle and the San Francisco Chronicle’s Ross McKeon discuss the Sharks Game 3 loss to the Nashville Predators, the penalty kill’s struggles and Patrick Marleau’s bounce back game.
May 3, 2016
PODCAST: Is Sharks’ Marleau In DeBoer’s Doghouse?
On today’s show, Paul Gackle and the San Francisco Chronicle’s Ross McKeon discuss Game 3 of the Sharks series with the Nashville Predators, the empty seats at the SAP Center over the weekend and head coach Peter DeBoer’s decision to reduce Patrick Marleau’s minutes in Game 2.
May 3, 2016
The NHL Show: Should Murray Be the Penguins No.1 Goalie?
On today’s show, Paul Gackle and the San Francisco Chronicle’s Ross McKeon discuss the goalie controversy in Pittsburgh, Bob Hartley’s firing in Calgary and whether Buffalo Sabres forward Jack Eichel got snubbed in the Calder Trophy race.
Sharks Have The Flexibility Up Front To Absorb Couture’s LossOctober 15th, 2015
The road to the Stanley Cup playoffs is always filled with twists and turns, bumps and ruts, peaks and valleys. The Sharks received a harsh reminder […]Read Column »
A Sharks’ Leadership Group With Pavelski, Thornton and Couture Just Makes SenseSeptember 30th, 2015
SAN JOSE — The last thing Sharks head coach Peter DeBoer needs right now is a replay of last season’s leadership drama. From the moment that […]Read Column »
Appropriate Action: Should Slava Voynov Get A Second Chance In The NHL?July 3rd, 2015
Nearly 10 months after TMZ published a video of NFL running back Ray Rice punching his wife unconscious in an Atlantic City casino elevator, the former-pro […]Read Column »
Free Agency Frenzy: Who’s Having The Most Surprising Offseason?July 2nd, 2015
As the top free agents take themselves off the market one by one, report cards for every NHL team are being issued by fans, pundits and […]Read Column »
Sharks, Wilson Go All-In With Martin Jones TradeJune 30th, 2015
SAN JOSE — Doug Wilson is awfully confident that the San Jose Sharks are going to return to the playoffs next year. The Sharks general manager […]Read Column »
Rink Notes: Sharks’ Vlasic Takes Credit For Blocking Preds’ Weber’s Shot With VisorMay 2nd, 2016
SAN JOSE — Like most hockey players, defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic takes pride in stepping into shooting lanes and blocking shots for his team. Normally, he doesn’t […]Read Feature »
Sharks Won’t Be Resting On Laurels When Series ‘Starts Over’ In NashvilleMay 2nd, 2016
SAN JOSE — After holding serve on home ice, the Sharks are heading back to their comfort zone, the road, where they’ll attempt to get one […]Read Feature »
Sharks’ DeBoer on Pavelski’s Game 2 Heroics: ‘All He Cares About Is Winning’May 1st, 2016
SAN JOSE — Captain America. Captain Clutch. Captain Playoffs. Joe Pavelski delivered in the clutch yet again on Sunday, scoring his sixth goal of the 2015 […]Read Feature »
Rink Notes: Sharks Hoping To Find a Home For Stray CatMay 1st, 2016
SAN JOSE — The most famous cat in San Jose could be moving into a new home. The Sharks are partnering up with a local animal […]Read Feature »
Sharks Rewriting Popular Narrative By Showing Tremendous Resiliency In PlayoffsMay 1st, 2016
SAN JOSE — In a game of word association, few puckheads would pair the Sharks up with the word “resilient”. Over the last 12 years, the […]Read Feature »