4:23 AM EST, Fri January 30, 2015

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Rotoworld
Patrick Marleau picked up two points in San Jose's big 6-3 win over Anaheim on Thursday night.

Sharks-Ducks postgame: After prolonged slump, Marleau regaining his touch

Sharks coach Todd McLellan has said it before and repeated it again Thursday after his team earned a 6-3 win over the Anaheim Ducks. For the Sharks to have sustained success, Patrick Marleau has to find his way onto the… Continue Reading →
Rotoworld 2 hours ago

Marleau picks up two points in big win over - Patrick Marleau (W) San Jose Sharks

Patrick Marleau picked up two points in San Jose's big 6-3 win over Anaheim on Thursday night.
Fear The Fin Jan 16, 2015

Sharks open homestand with dominant win over Leafs

Patrick Marleau scored for the first time in over a month as the Sharks beat Toronto. Embroiled in a tight race for playoff positioning with division rivals Los Angeles and Vancouver, San Jose's seven-game homestand bookending the All-Star break might arguably be the most critical period of their entire season. So far, so good as the Sharks opened their extended stay in the Bay Area with a 3-1 win over a tired Maple Leafs team in a game that was far more lopsided than the final score would indicate. Patrick Marleau got off the schneid with his first goal since December 6th and Tyler Kennedy...
San Jose Mercury News Jan 11, 2015
Photos: San Jose Sharks star Patrick Marleau sells Saratoga mansion

Photos: San Jose Sharks star Patrick Marleau sells Saratoga mansion

San Jose Sharks veteran Patrick Marleau has sold his Saratoga mansion for $4.1 million.
New York Post Jan 11, 2015
Rangers accomplish a franchise first with win over Sharks

Rangers accomplish a franchise first with win over Sharks

SAN JOSE, Calif. — SWEEP, SWEEP, SWEEP! For the first ever time since the Sharks joined the NHL in 1993-94, the Rangers swept a three-game journey through California by defeating...
Fear The Fin Jan 10, 2015

Game 43: Sharks vs. New York Rangers

The best defenseman in franchise history will play his first game in San Jose since signing with New York last summer. On the night the greatest defenseman in Sharks franchise history makes his return to the Bay Area, the best forward in franchise history will likely draw into the lineup for San Jose as well. Joe Thornton is expected to center Patrick Marleau and Matt Nieto tonight as the Sharks host Dan Boyle and defending Eastern Conference champions the New York Rangers in the first game of what will be an eight-of-nine-games stretch at home. Tale Of The Tape @ 23-11-4, 50...

Thornton’s back, Boyle playing well and Burns selected for ASG

Joe Thornton will be back in the lineup Saturday night when the Sharks host the New York Rangers. He’ll be on a line with Patrick Marleau and Matt Nieto, and Todd McLellan keeps the Logan Couture-Joe Pavelski-Melker Karlsson line together.… Continue Reading →
Fear The Fin Jan 7, 2015

Wednesday Sharks Links: More from a thrilling overtime victory in Minnesota

Your daily assortment of links to news and analysis from around the hockey world. Recaps of the Sharks' 4-3 OT win in St. Paul courtesy another Marc-Edouard Vlasic goal. [Fear The Fin] [Mercury News] [CSN Bay Area] [Star Tribune] [NHL.com] Todd McLellan wouldn't confirm whether Joe Thornton will return to the Sharks lineup Thursday in St. Louis, the earliest possible game for which he's eligible to come off injured reserve. [Working the Corners] Patrick Marleau sold his 5,726 square foot Bay Area home for $4.3 million. [LA Times] Linesman Ryan Galloway was hit with a Matt Nieto clearing...
The Province Dec 30, 2014
Kuzma: B.C.’s Dillon adds teeth to Sharks’ bite

Kuzma: B.C.’s Dillon adds teeth to Sharks’ bite

SAN JOSE, Calif. — When Brenden Dillon looks straight ahead from his locker-room stall, he sees Joe Thornton. When he looks to his right, he sees Joe Pavelski and Patrick Marleau. But what the New Westminster native really sees is the calm confidence that comes with a veteran core to make his trade transition seamless. Then again, Dillon is paired with Brent Burns on the back end. He was third in NHL scoring among defencemen after 36 games with 27 points (10-17) and probably first in wide-eyed enthusiasm. So there’s just enough of a wild-and-crazy element to keep the San Jose Sharks...

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