Beloved San Jose Sharks Icon Joe Thornton Discussed Move To Toronto With Joe MontanaJoe Thornton had plenty of conversations about the next, and perhaps final, stop in his NHL career including a call to 49ers great Joe Montana
Longtime Shark Joe Thornton Signs 1-Year Deal With Maple LeafsThe Toronto Maple Leafs signed 41-year-old forward Joe Thornton to a one-year, $700,000 contract Friday.
Sharks Retain Bob Boughner As Coach, Remove Interim TagThe San Jose Sharks have retained Bob Boughner as their coach, removing the interim tag to make him the ninth full-time head coach in franchise history.
NHL Postpones Playoffs Over Jacob Blake Shooting After Sharks Forward Kane Leads CallThe NHL postponed two days of playoff games Thursday after withering criticism from Black players who said the league was slow to acknowledge the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin.
Reopening: NHL Season Restart Will Not Include San Jose SharksIf the National Hockey League does restart its season, the plans do not include the San Jose Sharks, Los Angeles Kings or the Anaheim Ducks.
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.
BAUER Hockey Now Producing Medical Shields To Help Protect Doctors Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe hockey equipment manufacturer is switching its manufacturing plants to make face shields for doctors to wear as they confront the coronavirus pandemic.
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: Shark Tank Employee Tests Positive For The CoronavirusThe San Jose Sharks were notifying their ticket holders Friday that one of their part-time employees at the SAP Center has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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.
Sharks React To Empty Stands At San Jose's SAP Center; 'We Love Playing In Front Of Our Fans'The San Jose Sharks were still scrambling Tuesday to determine if they will be forced to play their next three home games in an empty SAP Center rink in the wake of a Santa Clara County order prohibiting gathering of over 1,000 people until the end of the month in the face of a growing coronavirus outbreak.
U.S. Pro Sports Leagues Closing Locker Room Access Amid Coronavirus SpreadThe NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer are closing access to locker rooms and clubhouses to all non-essential personnel in response to the coronavirus crisis, the leagues announced in a joint statement Monday night.
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.