Coronavirus Update: San Jose Barracuda Done For Season As Minor League AHL Focuses On Next YearThe American Hockey League, which includes the San Jose Barracuda, canceled the rest of its season Monday because of the coronavirus pandemic and shifted its focus toward returning next season.
San Jose Sharks Sign A Pair Of ProspectsToday they signed 21-year-old goalie Alexei Melnichuk to a reported two year deal, and 26-year-old forward Fredrik Handemark to a one year contract.
Former San Jose Sharks Forward Joel Ward Announces NHL RetirementLongtime NHL forward Joel Ward, who last played in 2018 for the San Jose Sharks, announced his official retirement from hockey in an online posting Monday.
Warriors Donate $1 Million for Sidelined Arena Workers; Sharks to Pay Tank Part-TimersThe Warriors' ownership, players and coaches have pledged to donate $1 million to provide assistance to employees who work games at Chase Center. The Sharks said part-time arena workers would get paid for all games not played
Coronavirus Update: NHL, MLS, MLB Delay Seasons Following Move By NBAThe National Hockey League sent out word Thursday to the San Jose Sharks and the league's other teams that it would also pause their season.
Kane Scores Twice, Blackhawks Skate Past Sharks 6-2Patrick Kane scored twice, Alex DeBrincat had three assists and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the San Jose Sharks 6-2 on Wednesday night.
San Jose Sharks Announce Games To Be Played In Empty SAP Center Over Coronavirus ConcernThe San Jose Sharks announced Wednesday that due to the concern over the coronavirus spread, games at the SAP Center would be played without fans in attendance.
Coronavirus Update: 'San Francisco Is The First Domino To Fall'; Warriors To Play In Empty Chase CenterThe Golden State Warriors will become the first major sports team in America to play a home game without fans after San Francisco officials announced Wednesday they were banning gatherings of more than 1,000 people at public events for at least the next two weeks in wake of the local coronavirus outbreak.
Tierney's OT Goal Lifts Senators Over Sharks, 2-1Chris Tierney scored 35 seconds into overtime against his former team after missing an earlier chance on a penalty shot, and the Ottawa Senators earned their fourth win in five games by beating the San Jose Sharks 2-1, on Saturday.
Coronavirus Guidelines For Youth Sports: No Handshakes, High-Fives, Group CelebrationsJust as Bay Area schools have been refining their responses to the coronavirus outbreak, local youth sports leagues have told their players, coaches and parents that the game-day experience, including on-field celebrations, will be changing because of the virus spread.
Wild Beat Sharks 3-2, Extend Win Streak to SixThe Minnesota Wild extended their mastery on the road, beating the San Jose Sharks 3-2 on Thursday night.
Sharks Beat Maple Leafs For 3rd Straight Win, 5-2Evander Kane scored two goals to give the San Jose Sharks their first three-game winning streak since November with a 5-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night.
Sharks Hand Penguins 6th Straight Loss, 5-0The San Jose Sharks sent the Pittsburgh Penguins to their first six-game losing streak in eight years with a 5-0 victory.
Couture Scores in OT as Sharks Top Devils 3-2Logan Couture scored 38 seconds into overtime, lifting the San Jose Sharks to a 3-2 comeback win over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night that snapped a five-game skid.
Sharks Trade Fan Favorite Patrick Marleau To Pittsburgh Penguins Looking toward the future, the struggling San Jose Sharks traded long-time fan favorite Patrick Marleau to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a 3rd round draft pick, general manager Doug Wilson announced Monday.