1. Sharks' Adam Burish Undergoes Medical Procedure After Hand Injury

    Sharks forward Adam Burish underwent a medical procedure Wednesday after injuring his hand blocking a shot the previous night in San Jose's 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers ...

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  2. Sharks' Adam Burish Suffers Grotesque Dislocated Finger

    San Jose Sharks forward Adam Burish blocked a shot with his hand on Wednesday night. The end result wasn't pretty. Burish abruptly fell to the ice in pain...

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  3. Video: Sharks' Burish Suffers Gruesome Hand Injury

    The San Jose Sharks beat the Edmonton Oilers 5-2 on Tuesday, but the lasting image wasn't of Joe Pavelski's hat trick.....

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  4. Burish Leaves Game vs. Oilers with Injury

    Sharks forward Adam Burish suffered an apparent left hand injury when he blocked a shot in during a game in Edmonton on Tuesday.....

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  5. San Jose Sharks Back in Playoffs with Potentially Best Team Yet

    The San Jose Sharks are back in the postseason for the 10th consecutive season after clinching a place in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs on Monday.....

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  6. Sharks Try to Squeeze Some Rest into Hectic Schedule

    The Sharks ' calendar since the end of the Olympic break could be used as Exhibit A when it comes to proving the difficultly of a Western Conference schedule.....

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  7. Sharks Notes: Couture Fine; Stuart's Return Successful

    It was unlikely that Logan Couture's injury was of the devastating variety, after the center tried to return in the second period only to retreat to the dressing room again after a single shift...

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  8. Couture Hurt in Sharks' Game vs. Flames

    Sharks forward Logan Couture blocked a shot in the first period in Calgary on Monday, and was not able to finish the game.....

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  9. Brad Stuart Returning to Sharks Lineup Monday Night

    The Sharks will have veteran defenseman Brad Stuart in the lineup for the first time since the Olympic break when they face the Calgary Flames on Monday night. Stuart has missed the last 13 games with an upper body injury suffered Feb...

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  10. No Talk of Avoiding Kings in Sharks' Dressing Room

    SAN JOSE – The common notion among those closely monitoring the Pacific Division race is that finishing in first is of utmost importance...

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  11. Sharks Beat Ducks, Take First in Pacific Division

    Brent Burns scored with 3:59 left in regulation Thursday night, lifting the San Jose Sharks to a 3-2 victory against the Anaheim Ducks and into first place in the Pacific Division...

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  12. Are the San Jose Sharks Teasing Us Again?

    They do it to us every single year, don't they? Just when you assume that it's OK to dismiss the Sharks as regular-season points collectors who will fray and fade in the heat of late ...

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  13. Nieto Among Californians Showing They Belong in NHL

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  14. Sharks Remember Earlier Encounter as They Host Anaheim Ducks...

    The Sharks have an opportunity to regain control of first place in the Pacific Division on Thursday when they host the Anaheim Ducks in what captain Joe Thornton agreed was the biggest game of the season so far...

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  15. Sharks D Stuart Nearing a Return; Torres Still out

    Injured Sharks defenseman Brad Stuart is nearing a return. Stuart skated with his teammates on Tuesday for the first time since being placed on injured reserve shortly after the Olympic break with an upper body injury...

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  16. Sharks Notebook: McLellan Says Team Still Has Work to Do

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  17. Niemi Finding His Game at the Right Time for Sharks

    It's not often the Sharks need their goaltender to bail them out. A deep offensive attack combined with responsible play in their own zone is why they are once again challenging for the President's Trophy for most points in the league...

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  18. San Jose Sharks Coming Together at Perfect Time

    NEW YORK -- With one month remaining in the regular season, numerous teams across the NHL are moving up and down in the standings, jockeying for position as the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs approach...

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  19. Video: Logan Couture Scores Short-Handed While Falling into Splits

    In the first period against the Rangers on Sunday, the San Jose Sharks weren't very effective offensively. They were completely outplayed by New York. Fortunately for them, they had Logan Couture on the penalty kill...

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  20. Video: Sharks Thread the Needle Four Times Before Scoring

    The San Jose Sharks found a way to get past the New York Islanders defense, and their whole team, Friday.....

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  21. Shootouts Playing Key Role in Sharks' Ascension

    If the Sharks manage leapfrog the Anaheim Ducks and win the Pacific Division, their shootout success will have played a gigantic role...

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  22. Sharks' Raffi Torres Likely to Miss Columbus Game

    The Sharks are likely to be without hard-hitting forward Raffi Torres for a second consecutive game when they play the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night, but coach Todd McLellan said the soreness that Torres is experience is not unexpected...

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  23. Sharks Getting Big Boost on Offense from James Sheppard

    The most critical decision facing Todd McLellan as the playoffs loom is where to play Joe Pavelski -- and James Sheppard might help the Sharks coach find the answer.....

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  24. Mirtle: A Closer Look at Just How Badly the Sharks Beat the Leafs

    Marc-Edouard Vlasic didn't exactly mince his words. The San Jose Sharks had just pounded the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-2 and dramatically controlled the flow of the game, something players referred to again and again in their postgame comments...

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  25. Video: 'Intent to Blow' Strikes as Wingels Is Denied Goal

    "That's intent to blow the call," was the way CSN Bay Area play-by-play man Randy Hahn described the no-goal decision by referee Dave Jackson to deny the San Jose Sharks a go-ahead tally against the Toronto Maple Leafs Tuesday night...

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