Student at SJSU. KSJS Sports Director. Die-hard Sharks fan. Play-by-play broadcaster for SJSU Hockey.
After getting shaken up and leaving the game in the middle of the second period, Logan Couture returns and scores the game winning goal in overtime as the Sharks defeat the Los Angeles Kings 2-1.
After a 22 second collapse put the Sharks down 2-0 in the series, it seemed like game 3 couldn't come soon enough. Now it's time for the Sharks and Kings to take their battle to San Jose. Puck drops at 6:00 pm.
Playing for the second time in as many nights, the Sharks started slow and couldn't finish off another comeback. They lose 2-1 to the Desert Dogs.
After locking up a spot in the playoffs, the Sharks play their second-to-last game of the regular season tonight at 7:00 against the Phoenix Coyotes.
San Jose had phenomenal contributions from the first and third lines tonight as the Sharks dominated Minnesota 6-1.
The Sharks play host to the Minnesota Wild tonight at 7:30 pm. With all the former Sharks on the Wild, it's a good opportunity to take a look at how former Sharks fare after leaving San Jose.
Finally, a post that's not about Raffi Torres. The Sharks head to the Motor City to face the Red Wings for the last time as a conference rival. Puck drops at 4:30 pm Pacific.
As Clowe Watche escalates, the Sharks look good. After a dominant start, the Sharks held on for the 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks to earn the sweep in the season series.
The Sharks put their four game win streak on the line against the easy-to-hate Vancouver Canucks tonight at 7:30 pm.
In a tight, occasionally terrifying game, the Sharks took down the Coyotes 3-2 in a shootout for their fourth straight victory.
The Sharks look to continue their win-streak (They have a win streak!!!) against the Phoenix Coyotes tonight at 7:30 pm.
In perhaps their most complete performance since the win streak that started the year, the Sharks get a solid 5-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks.
Despite a late push by Los Angeles, the Sharks defeat the Kings 4-3 in regulation on the backs of Brent Burns and Logan Couture.
It's been nearly a year since these two teams have played each other. Things have gone a bit better for Los Angeles in that time. Now would be a good time to swap trajectories. Puck drops at 7:30 pm.
A team with a shaky defense and strong power play takes on a stingy defense. Wait, the Blues are the first team in that description? Boy have times changed since the playoffs. The Sharks host the Blues today at 1 pm PST.
In an all-around stinker of a game, the Sharks fall 4-1 to the Flames in Calgary. On the plus side, Joe Thornton scored on his first shot in three games.
Despite going through the second semester undefeated, the Spartans couldn't keep that momentum going in the first round of the ACHA Regional playofffs, falling 3-2 to San Diego State.
Even with all the advantages the Sharks had coming into the game, the offense continues to struggle in a 2-1 shootout loss to the Detroit Red Wings.
With the offense sputtering lately, the Sharks will look to get things going again as they play host to the rival Detroit Red Wings tonight at 7:30 pm.
Before the San Jose State Spartans travel to the west regional tournament this weekend, I sat down with Matt Adams to discuss college hockey level strategy, preparation and keys versus San Diego State in the first round.
The San Jose State hockey club gave their fans a scare before a late game-tying goal, and a quick game-winner in overtime. Now, with the regular season concluding, the Spartans prepare for a familiar foe in the first round of the playoffs.
Good news! Antti Niemi recorded his first shutout of the season. The bad news? Mike Smith also earned a shutout. And his included the shootout.
With two convincing wins against UCLA under their belt, only one regular season game remains for San Jose State. And that means its time for fans to support the two graduating Spartan seniors one more time at Sharks Ice.
In one of the most exciting weekends of hockey I've ever seen, San Jose State pulled off the upset of the #1 ranked Utah State Aggies.
The Sharks get to play in their third home-opener of the year. But this time, it's theirs. The Sharks return to San Jose against the Coyotes at 7:30 PM.
The Spartans played some very entertaining hockey last weekend, and earned a sweep over three Southern California rivals. They'll need that momentum as they prepare for one of the most important weekends in the regular season.