1. Sharks' Raffi Torres Says Surgically Repaired Knee Needs Rest

    Sharks forward Raffi Torres said Friday he felt like he "was skating around pretty much on one leg" by the end of San Jose's seven-game opening round series loss to the Los Angeles Kings ...

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  2. Sharks Goalie Alex Stalock Wants to Stay Put

    Goalie Alex Stalock is due to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1 but said Friday his first preference is to remain with the Sharks , to whom he feels loyal after the team ...

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  3. Sharks Notebook: Boyle Says He'd Like to Return

    Defenseman Dan Boyle said Friday he wants to be back with the Sharks for next season and beyond, adding that he believes he can be "part of the solution" as the team tries to rebound from the most gut-wrenching playoff series loss in franchise history..

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  4. Change to Sharks Core Group Seems Likely

    SAN JOSE – The San Jose Sharks are a lesser hockey team than the Los Angeles Kings . They showed that to be true last year, losing in seven games in the second round. An exclamation point was added this year in embarrassingly historic fashion...

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  5. Tomas Hertl Has Autographed Stick from Martin Biron

    Tomas Hertl 's between-the-legs goal against the New York Rangers and Martin Biron was one of the NHL season's most dazzling and probably one of its most controversial...

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  6. Boyle on Boyle: 'It's Easy to Say 'He's Old and Done'

    SAN JOSE – The TV cameras had moved on to the next Shark giving his perspective on the magnitude of a first-round playoff exit more painful than any other, but a few of us stayed ...

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  7. San Jose Sharks' 'Choke' Reputation Grows Legendary with Collapse, What's Next?

    When the San Jose Sharks skated off the ice on Wednesday and raised their sticks to salute the crowd like they had done so many times over the last decade, the fans who remained tried their best to return the love...

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  8. Torres, Vlasic Among Notable Injured Sharks

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  9. Wingels Added to USA World Championship Team

    USA Hockey announced today that San Jose Sharks forward Tommy Wingels (@TommyWingels) has been added to the 2014 U.S...

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  10. Sharks GM Doug Wilson Wants Todd McLellan Back as Coach

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  11. McLellan to Return for 2014-15 Season

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  12. Complete Guide to the San Jose Sharks' 2014 Offseason

    On the surface, the San Jose Sharks had a very successful 2013-14 season. They finished with 111 points, which tied them for the fourth-best record in the NHL . But the Sharks' season ended painfully...

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  13. Who's to Blame for the San Jose Sharks' Epic Collapse vs. the Los Angeles Kings?

    The San Jose Sharks started off the 2013-14 season an absolute terror to opposing NHL teams. Trolling the frozen ponds of the league, the Sharks devoured anyone who got in the ...

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  14. Final Report Card for San Jose Sharks' 2013-14 Season

    Things didn't end well for the San Jose Sharks this season. Despite another impressive 111-point regular season, "Team Teal" once again had a brief and disappointing playoff appearance that overshadowed more than six months of successful hockey...

    Brad Kurtzberg Written by Brad Kurtzberg about 5 months ago 4,197 reads 47 comments

  15. Failures on Power Play Contribute to San Jose Sharks' Demise in Playoffs

    The San Jose Sharks thought they had solved their season-long power problems after they bolted to a 3-0 lead in their Western Conference First Round series against the Los Angeles Kings ...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 5 months ago 101 reads 0 comments

  16. Sharks Recognize the Scope of What Just Happened

    SAN JOSE – It was an epic failure. And nobody in the Sharks locker room treated it as anything but after a 5-1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings that put the Sharks on an inverted ...

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  17. Sharks' Decade of Playoff Failure Reaches New Low with Epic Collapse vs. Kings

    Over the last decade, almost no NHL team can say it has iced a legitimate Stanley Cup contender as regularly as the San Jose Sharks ...

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  18. McLellan: 'I'm Responsible for This Group'

    With the San Jose Sharks now eliminated from the playoffs, having coughed up a 3-0 series lead to the L.A. Kings in the first round, there is sure to be increasing speculation about the future of head coach Todd McLellan...

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  19. The San Jose Sharks Join a Depressing Club by Blowing a 3-0 Series Lead

    If you know a Sharks fan, hug them—unless you're a Kings fan. San Jose lost to Los Angeles 5-1 in Game 7 to completely blow a 3-0 series lead. It's history in the worst way...

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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. Vlasic (Upper Body) to Miss 2nd Straight

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

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  25. 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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