Friday Jul 25
Couture slow to recover from Sharks' collapse
Logan Couture doesn't have to look far to be reminded of the San Jose Sharks' playoff collapse against the Los Angeles Kings.
Alex Stalock has edge over Antti Niemi in net for San Jose Sharks
Antti Niemi is the only San Jose goalie to have established himself as a starter in the NHL, making him the safer choice.
Inside Bay Area
Sharks sign Jason Demers
Coming off the most productive season of his NHL career, defenseman Jason Demers signed a two-year, $6.8 million contract with the Sharks on Wednesday as he avoided salary arbitration and gave up one year of unrestricted free agency.
Sharks bring back Demers with two-year deal
On the heels of his best NHL season, Jason Demers was rewarded with a two-year contract with the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday, General Manager Doug Wilson announced.
Fear The Fin
Joe Pavelski named to second 2013-14 all-star team
Joe Pavelski is a great hockey player. This might come as a surprise to those of you who hate America or have never watched a San Jose Sharks ice hockey game before, but not the crack staff at FearTheFin.com! Nor, as it turns out, to the Professional Hockey Writers Association, who named Pavelski to the second NHL all-star team at the left wing ... (more)
Blades of Teal
My Two Cents: Sharks Re-Sign Wingels, Hannan; Move-On with "Moneyball" Approach
Sharks Quietly Look Ahead- The San Jose Sharks have officially moved on from last season as a franchise.
Contra Costa Times
Tommy Wingels gets three-year deal from San Jose Sharks
The Sharks have signed 26-year-old forward Tommy Wingels to a new three-year contract, his agent, Dan Plante said Monday.
Too Many Men On The Site
Dan Boyle Leaves Money On The Table To Sign With Rangers
Apr 3, 2014; San Jose, CA, USA; San Jose Sharks right wing Brent Burns is congratulated by defenseman Dan Boyle for scoring a goal against the Los Angeles Kings during the second period at SAP Center at San Jose.
Fear The Fin
Report: Sharks among teams interested in Radim Vrbata
If general manager Doug Wilson is to be believed, the Sharks will not be very active when the NHL's unrestricted free agency period opens tomorrow.