3:05 AM EDT, Tue October 21, 2014
San Jose Sharks Rumors & News
Fear The Fin 9 hours ago
Forward could make his 2014-15 debut tomorrow in Boston but it's unclear where he'll play. According to the AHL's transactions page, the Sharks have recalled forward James Sheppard from Worcester where they sent him on a conditioning stint last Friday following offseason surgery. Sheppard collected an assist in two weekend AHL games and could make his 2014-15 NHL season debut as early as tomorrow when the Sharks face the Bruins in Boston. Given the current state of the Sharks' bottom six, having Sheppard healthy is a promising development for San Jose but it's unclear where he'll slot in...
San Jose Mercury News 11 hours ago
The San Jose Sharks take on the Boston Bruins on Tuesday.
Working the Corners | San Jose Mercury News 18 hours ago
SOMEWHERE IN CONNECTICUT — Overslept but still made it to the 6:55 a.m. EDT train to Boston. Checked email as we started rolling out of Penn Station only to discover that the noon practice in Boston University that was the… Continue Reading →
The Blueshirts Blog | New York Daily News Oct 19, 2014
Alain Vigneault moved the NHL’s leading goal scorer onto a line with a rookie center on Sunday night, but Kevin Hayes proved his coach was correct to trust him in a big spot. Hayes, 22, the former Boston College standout, scored his first NHL goal in the third period of Sunday’s 4-0 win over the San Jose Sharks, but he also was a sufficient complement to Rick Nash and Chris Kreider on the wings, forming a line that became increasingly effective offensively as the game wore on.
New York Rangers hand San Jose Sharks their first regulation loss of NHL season by drubbing goalie Alex Stalock
Newsday Oct 19, 2014
Martin St. Louis and Rick Nash scored four seconds apart late in the second period -- setting a team record for the fastest pair of scores without an empty-netter -- and the Rangers won their second consecutive game Sunday, beating the San Jose Sharks, 4-0.
Traded to the New York Islanders, then signed by the New York Rangers, former Sharks defenseman Dan Boyle is on the mend from a broken hand.
New York Rangers will see Alex Stalock, rather thant Antti Niemi, as San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan continues goalie platoon.
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 19, 2014
Injured Martin Havlat takes pre game warmup but is unable to play
New York Daily News Oct 18, 2014
Logan Couture had a goal and two assists and Antti Niemi made 35 saves as the San Jose Sharks kept up their strong start to the season with a 4-2 win over the pesky New Jersey Devils on Saturday night.
Working the Corners | San Jose Mercury News Oct 18, 2014
NEWARK, N.J. – Todd McLellan did not sound this morning like an NHL coach who’s team is without a regulation loss in its first four games. The Sharks are 3-0-1 and McLellan was asked what kind of adjustments he’d be… Continue Reading →
San Jose Mercury News Oct 18, 2014
San Jose Sharks will have Niemi back in net, Hannan back on defense for third stop on road trip
San Jose Mercury News Oct 17, 2014
The San Jose Sharks take on the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.
Sharks Player News
Capitals vs. Sharks Recap: Last Shot Wins, Caps Fall in Shootout 6-5
Sharks at Rangers … It’s Go Time!
San Jose Sharks lose 4-0
Sharks suffer first regulation loss in second half of back-to-back
Concussion symptoms sideline Grabovski indefinitely
- Tue 10/21 @ Bruins 7:00 pm ET
Girardi still questionable to face the Devils
Rangers stomp Sharks at Garden as Henrik Lundqvist earns shutout
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