Martin Jones has been awful in December. If the San Jose Sharks are going to turn it around and make the playoffs, it will be up to their goalie.
The San Jose Sharks need to fix a few minor things, and then they will be one of the teams to beat once the playoffs begin.
The San Jose Sharks have seemingly never been able to translate regular season success into postseason magic. Perhaps a few shakeups on the roster could push them over the edge.
The San Jose Sharks have had a good start to the season thanks to a flurry of offseason moves.
The San Jose Sharks have won four of the first five games this season. During the early parts of this season, all signs seem to indicate that they are clicking on all cylinders.
After a disappointing 2014-15 season, the Sharks made big time changes in an effort to reload for another Stanley Cup run. Here are five things they must do to accomplish that.
The San Jose Sharks say they are done with their transition. Their current roster and composition says otherwise. There are some very important questions that still need to be answered.
Martin Jones is the piece the San Jose Sharks needed to be a true contender in the 2015-16 NHL season. Here's why.
The Sharks seem satisfied with their offseason moves, but how else can they improve?
What are the Sharks worried about before the season starts in October?