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Sharks at Canadiens: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Sharks at Canadiens: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ All of the information for game no. 25. San Jose Sharks STATS Record: 7-13-4Streak: L3Goals Leader: Timo Meier (12 G, 10 A)Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 21 A)Power Play: 21.3%Penalty Kill: 90.3%Goals For/60: 2.91Goals Against/60: 3.43Shots For/60: 29.57Shots Against/60: 30.14 LINES TBD Montreal Canadiens STATS Record: 11-9-1Streak: W2Goals Leader: Nick Suzuki (12 G, 12 A)Assists Leader: Kirby Dach (4 G, 13 A)Power Play: 16.4%Penalty Kill: 80.0%Goals For/60: 2.90Goals Against/60: 3.42Shots For/60: 29.88Shots Against/60:...
Fear The Fin Nov 28, 2022
Sharks at Canadiens: Saviez-vous que Vlasic est de Montréal?

Sharks at Canadiens: Saviez-vous que Vlasic est de Montréal?

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via This will be an elite uniform match-up. The San Jose Sharks (7-13-4, seventh Pacific) kick off a road trip with a visit to the Montreal Canadiens (11-9-1, sixth Atlantic). The Canadiens will be well rested after coming off a 3-2 shoot out victory over the Chicago Blackhawks, where Kirby Dach made an impression on his old team. The Sharks are coming off another loss — despite the team finally seeing secondary scoring in the form of two Luke Kunin goals, they were unable to overcome critical mistakes in overtime to finish off the...
Fear The Fin Nov 27, 2022
Canucks at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Canucks at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Photo by Devin Manky/Icon Sportswire via All of the information for game no. 24. San Jose Sharks STATS Record: 7-13-3Streak: L2Goals Leader: Timo Meier (12 G, 10 A)Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 19 A)Power Play: 20.0%Penalty Kill: 90.0%Goals For/60: 2.91Goals Against/60: 3.51Shots For/60: 29.36Shots Against/60: 30.65 LINES TBD Vancouver Canucks STATS Record: 8-10-3Streak: W2Goals Leader: Bo Horvat (17 G, 6 A)Assists Leader: Quinn Hughes (0 G, 20 A)Power Play: 29.3%Penalty Kill: 67.1%Goals For/60: 3.54Goals Against/60: 3.73Shots For/60: 29.92Shots Against/60:...
Fear The Fin Nov 27, 2022
Canucks at Sharks: Two teams desperate for a win

Canucks at Sharks: Two teams desperate for a win

Derek Cain-USA TODAY Sports A virtual must-win game for Vancouver. There is a lot of buzz surrounding the Vancouver Canucks (7-10-3, sixth Pacific) and it is not good. The Canucks will face the San Jose Sharks (7-13-3, seventh Pacific) for the first time this season. The team flies in late tonight after a showdown in Vegas against the Golden Knights. It’s a quick turnaround for Vancouver, since tomorrow’s game time in San Jose is an unusual 5 p.m. local start. It feels like every single player and coach in Vancouver is under the microscope. This was supposed to be...
Fear The Fin Nov 25, 2022
Kings at Sharks: Buy one, get one free on goals

Kings at Sharks: Buy one, get one free on goals

Photo by Kavin Mistry/NHLI via Reverse Retros and a butt-ton of goals incoming. The Los Angeles Kings (11-9-2, third Pacific) visit the San Jose Sharks (7-12-3, seventh Pacific) for the first time this season. The Kings are coming off a 5-3 loss to the New York Rangers on Tuesday night despite goals from newcomer Kevin Fiala, goals-leader Gabriel Vilardi and Sean Walker. San Jose is reeling from a defense-optional game in Seattle where Timo Meier’s hat trick was not enough to stop an 8-5 loss to the Kraken. The very sharp California Golden Seals-inspired Reverse...
Fear The Fin Nov 25, 2022
Kings at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Kings at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Photo by Juan Ocampo/NHLI via All of the information for game no. 23. San Jose Sharks STATS Record: 7-12-3Streak: L1Goals Leader: Timo Meier (12 G, 9 A)Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (19 A, 11 G)Power Play: 21.1%Penalty Kill: 91.4%Goals For/60: 2.95Goals Against/60: 3.44Shots For/60: 29.29Shots Against/60: 30.72 LINES TBD Los Angeles Kings STATS Record: 11-9-2Streak: L3Goals Leader: Gabriel Vilardi (11 G, 5 A)Assists Leader: Kevin Fiala (7 G, 14 A)Power Play: 19.8%Penalty Kill: 74.3%Goals For/60: 3.10Goals Against/60: 3.42Shots For/60: 32.36Shots Against/60:...
Fear The Fin Nov 23, 2022
Sharks at Kraken: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Sharks at Kraken: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Photo by Steph Chambers/ All of the information for game no. 22. San Jose Sharks STATS Record: 7-11-3Streak: W1Goals Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 18 A)Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 18 A)Power Play: 20.0%Penalty Kill: 92.7%Goals For/60: 2.86Goals Against/60: 3.23Shots For/60: 29.44Shots Against/60: 30.89 LINES TBD Seattle Kraken STATS Record: 10-5-3Streak: W2Goals Leader: Jared McCann (7 G, 3 A)Assists Leader: Andre Burakovsky (4 G, 11 A)Power Play: 22.6%Penalty Kill: 74.6%Goals For/60: 3.19Goals Against/60: 2.70Shots For/60: 29.17Shots Against/60:...
Fear The Fin Nov 22, 2022
Sharks at Kraken: What’s Kraken, Mr. Jones?

Sharks at Kraken: What’s Kraken, Mr. Jones?

Photo by Christopher Mast/NHLI via San Jose is Jonesing for a win in the Pacific Northwest. The San Jose Sharks (7-11-3, sixth Pacific) head to the Pacific Northwest to take on the Seattle Kraken (10-5-3, third Pacific), who are off to a better-than-expected start to the season. The Kraken won on Saturday in overtime against the Los Angeles Kings thanks to Jordan Eberle’s heroics, while the Sharks had one of the best periods of the season in a 5-1 smackdown of the Ottawa Senators. This could be a big test for San Jose, who have entered into frisky territory after...
Fear The Fin Nov 22, 2022
Noah Gregor: “Our game is trending in the right direction.”

Noah Gregor: “Our game is trending in the right direction.”

Photo by Kavin Mistry/NHLI via Finally, a regulation win at home! The San Jose Sharks can say they’ve finished this homestand on a high note, tallying the team’s first regulation win at home with a 5-1 triumph against the Ottawa Senators on Monday night. Noah Gregor kicked off scoring with his first goal of the season, quite literally knocking the puck out of the air and setting himself up for a wrister that slipped past Cam Talbot. Tim Stutzle tied the game a little over halfway through the opening period off of a feed from Brady Tkachuk, which stood as the...
Fear The Fin Nov 21, 2022
Senators at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Senators at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Photo by Kavin Mistry/NHLI via All of the information for game no. 21. San Jose Sharks STATS Record: 6-11-3Streak: L2Goals Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 17 A)Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 17 A)Power Play: 19.2%Penalty Kill: 92.5%Goals For/60: 2.75Goals Against/60: 3.34Shots For/60: 29.37Shots Against/60: 30.55 LINES TBD Ottawa Senators STATS Record: 6-10-11Streak: L1Goals Leader: Claude Giroux (8 G, 10 A)Assists Leader: Brady Tkachuk (7 G, 14 A)Power Play: 22.2%Penalty Kill: 77.9%Goals For/60: 3.28Goals Against/60: 3.46Shots For/60: 32.39Shots Against/60:...
Fear The Fin Nov 21, 2022
Senators at Sharks: A totally winnable game

Senators at Sharks: A totally winnable game

Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports Definitely not jinxing this one! There are exactly four teams in the NHL with a worse record than the San Jose Sharks (6-11-3, seventh Pacific) and the Ottawa Senators (6-10-1, eighth Atlantic) are one of them. The Sens enter Monday’s game the latest victim of the New Jersey Devils’ 12-game winning streak, dropping 5-1 to the team on Saturday. Ottawa had high hopes at the start of the season. Over the summer, the Senators made a blockbuster deal with the Chicago Blackhawks to add forward Alex DeBrincat. Then, the team welcomed...
Fear The Fin Nov 20, 2022
David Quinn: “We stunk, we sucked.”

David Quinn: “We stunk, we sucked.”

Photo by Kavin Mistry/NHLI via A drop-off of chances in the third period foreshadowed the outcome. Though the game was a much different story from Thursday’s against the Detroit Red Wings, the San Jose Sharks fell to the New York Rangers in a 2-1 loss. The game went scoreless through the first 54 minutes, partly in thanks to James Reimer making incredible saves to keep the Rangers off the board. However, Julien Gauthier would tip in a shot from the point by Jacob Trouba to get scoring started. Adam Fox netted the game-winner after a few empty net misses and...
Fear The Fin Nov 19, 2022
Rangers at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Rangers at Sharks: How to watch, start time, broadcast, streaming & stats

Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via All of the information for game no. 20. San Jose Sharks STATS Record: 6-10-3Streak: L1Goals Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 17 A)Assists Leader: Erik Karlsson (11 G, 17 A)Power Play: 19.6%Penalty Kill: 92.0%Goals For/60: 2.84Goals Against/60: 3.41Shots For/60: 29.7Shots Against/60: 29.9 LINES TBD New York Rangers STATS Record: 8-4-6Streak: L1Goals Leader: Mika Zibanejad (10 G, 10 A)Assists Leader: Artemi Panarin (5 G, 17 A)Power Play: 24.6%Penalty Kill: 82.8%Goals For/60: 2.96Goals Against/60: 2.74Shots For/60: 33.66Shots Against/60:...
Fear The Fin Nov 18, 2022
Rangers at Sharks Preview: A Study in Blue

Rangers at Sharks Preview: A Study in Blue

Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via Can the Sharks at least be undefeated against one team? The San Jose Sharks (6-10-3, sixth Pacific) are back at it again, this time hosting one of the NHL’s most exciting teams, the New York Rangers (8-6-4, fourth Metropolitan), who are in the midst of a pacific coast road trip, and still looking to fully establish themselves amongst the league’s best. Yesterday, the Rangers lost 3-2 in overtime to Martin Jones and the Seattle Kraken. New York hasn’t won more than three in a row yet this year, and topped out with a four-game losing...
Fear The Fin Nov 18, 2022
Labanc: “We just let that game get out of hand.”

Labanc: “We just let that game get out of hand.”

Photo by Tony Ding/Icon Sportswire via The home team just can’t seem to win in their own arena. Following a three-game win streak on the road, the San Jose Sharks have extended their home record to 1-6-3 with a loss against the Detroit Red Wings. Kevin Labanc put the home team on the board first off of a between-the-legs pass from Erik Karlsson. Though the Red Wings responded with a goal from Filip Hronek, Matt Nieto scored off a backhander to give San Jose the lead heading into the second period, a goal that gave rookie Nick Cicek his first NHL point. Detroit came...

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