1. Mike Brown Back in for Sharks in Game 7

    San Jose Sharks head coach Todd McLellan, looking to avoid coughing up a 3-0 series lead in the seventh and deciding game against the L.A. Kings in this first-round match-up, is shaking up his lineup...

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  2. San Jose Sharks: What Must Be Done to Regain Momentum?

    The San Jose Sharks gave up yet another game to the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night, tying the series at 3-3. Only three teams in the history of the NHL have come back from a three game deficit to win a series...

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  3. Niemi Returns to Sharks Net for Game 7

    Sharks goalie Antti Niemi will be back in the net for Game 7 on Wednesday night against Los Angeles. Niemi was chased in games four and five for Alex Stalock, who played all of ...

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  4. Vlasic (Upper Body) to Miss 2nd Straight

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  5. Sharks Look to Experience, Home Crowd for Game 7

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  6. Sharks Pleased with Defensive Effort Despite No Vlasic

    SAN JOSE – In the least surprising development at Tuesday's practice, no update was offered from head coach Todd McLellan regarding injured defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic...

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  7. Rewind: McLellan: Sharks 'Got Cheated' in Game 6 Loss

    At the time, Todd McLellan appeared content with the on-ice ruling, after referee Chris Lee explained to him that Robyn Regehr's shot was never frozen by goaltender Alex Stalock before it was pushed in by Justin Williams...

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  8. Purdy: Sharks Need to Reboot, and Quickly

    The Sharks started a new goalie Monday night. It paid off for 21/2 periods of hockey. And after that, Alex Stalock learned what it feels like to be a sluice gate in a Los Angeles flood...

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  9. Sharks' Thornton Has Run-Ins with Brown, Quick

    LOS ANGELES – Sharks captain Joe Thornton was a hot topic in the Kings ' dressing room after Game 6...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 2 months ago 295 reads 0 comments

  10. McLellan on Go-Ahead Goal: 'We Got Cheated'

    Following Monday's 4-1 loss to Los Angeles , the San Jose Sharks wasted little time in sharing their thoughts on Justin Williams' game-winning goal...

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  11. McLellan on Go-Ahead Goal: 'We Got Cheated'

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  12. Havlat in Lineup for Mike Brown in Game 6

    LOS ANGELES -- Martin Havlat made his 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs debut for the San Jose Sharks against the Los Angeles Kings in Game 6 of their Western Conference First Round series at Staples Center on Monday night...

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  13. Havlat in Lineup for Mike Brown in Game 6

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  14. Sharks Switch to Stalock, Lose Top D-Man Vlasic

    The Los Angeles Kings will try to fight off elimination again and forge a tie in their Western Conference first round series when they host the San Jose Sharks in Game 6...

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  15. Report: Vlasic out for Game 6

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  16. Sharks' Stalock Could Get First Career Playoff Start in Game 6

    SAN JOSE – Alex Stalock is typically one of the last players off of the ice when the Sharks practice, but that wasn't the case on Sunday, as the 26-year-old took fewer shots than normal for on an off-day skate...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 2 months ago 101 reads 0 comments

  17. San Jose Sharks' Playoff Demons Surfacing Again with LA Kings on the Comeback

    The thing about ghosts or demons is that they don’t actually have to exist; you only need to believe in them for them to terrify you...

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  18. Sharks D-Man Vlasic's Status for Game 6 in Question

    SAN JOSE - Sharks defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic was hurt at 14:09 of the first period of Game 5 against Los Angeles on Saturday, and did not return. His status is in question for Game 6 on Monday in Los Angeles...

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  19. Vlasic Left Game 5 with Upper Body Injury

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  20. Video: Marc-Edouard Vlasic Leaves Game 5 After Hit from Jarret Stoll

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  21. Sharks' Niemi Pulled in Second Straight Game

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  22. Video: Tempers Boil over Between Kings,Sharks

    Call it setting the tone. The final minutes of Game 4 between two bitter rivals, the L.A. Kings and San Jose Sharks , was packed with disdain once it became clear who was going to win the game...

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  23. Purdy: Sharks Let Down on Defense, Give Kings Life

    LOS ANGELES -- The Kings of Los Angeles, a proud group just two years removed from a Stanley Cup run, did what you would expect them to do here Thursday night.....

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  24. Sharks Notebook: Brent Burns Leads Team in Shots, Hits

    LOS ANGELES -- At first glance, it may seem odd that forward Brent Burns led the Sharks in both shots and hits as San Jose built its 3-0 series lead over the Los Angeles Kings ....

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  25. Kings Avoid Sweep, Beat Sharks 6-3

    The L.A. Kings needed a win to save their season and playoffs. It was that simple. And a win is exactly what they earned...

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