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Led by a four point effort from defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic, the San Jose Sharks beat the Detroit Red Wings 5-2.
The San Jose Sharks lose in overtime to the Nashville Predators after the Predators stage an oddly familiar comeback.
134 hockey players. 54 different trades. 13 free agent signings. An in-depth look - complete with chart! - at how the San Jose Sharks roster has been constructed.
Women's ice hockey is still a rarity - especially in California, and especially at the collegiate level. One of the Fear the Fin writers tells of her experience going to a tournament in Vancouver as part of the USC women's club ice hockey team.
The Sharks come into a home-and-home series against the Phoenix Coyotes to end the season with little but individual accomplishments left to play for.
San Jose Sharks @ Anaheim Ducks Apr 6, 2011 7:00 PM PDT Honda Center --- Complete Coverage > Ducks, uh, what's that word again? Oh yeah, suck. Jumbo looking for #1000. Pavelski looking for...
20:00 remaining in the 1st 1 2 3 Total Anaheim Ducks 0 0 San Jose Sharks 0 0 Join the Game Thread Did you hear? Ducks suck.
Recently there's been talk about hockey fan superiority complexes; i.e. if you haven't been a fan for a long time, you're not a real fan. Now what stereotypical group of people does that immediately bring to mind? Hipsters. Dirty, dirty hipsters. Thus, the Hipster Hockey Fan meme generator was created. So have at it, folks. Best image gets internet points.
Today, Boyle decided to play. And there was much rejoicing. Also, the Rangers just got re-introduced to Douglas Murray. Haha.
I heard from a reliable source associated with the league who wishes to remain anonymous that the Ducks suck. (E5)
The San Jose Sharks are on a six-game losing streak entering tonight's game against the St. Louis Blues, making Sharks fans a little depressed. Thus, a list of reasons why Sharks fans should be a little more optimistic about the Sharks.
Will GM Doug Wilson's closed-door meeting with the players finally get rid of the inconsistency? A preview of tonight's Sharks-Predators game.
Sharks narrowly avoid their second total collapse in two nights, beat the Blackhawks 5-3 to take the season series.
A preview of the Sharks-Blues game, the first time the two teams meet up after the controversial Joe Thornton hit.
Dany Heatley returned to Ottawa for the first time since taking his talents to the South Bay. Sharks shut out the Senators, 4-0, as rookie Logan Couture scores two.
For the second night in a row, the San Jose Sharks lose in overtime after holding a two-goal lead late, this time to the Dallas Stars. A recap of the 5-4 overtime loss.
A community FAQ for Fear the Fin, detailing various player nicknames, inside jokes, and just who that Slappy character is.
SAN JOSE - Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson has locked up team captain Joe Thornton with a three-year, $21 million contract extension that will keep the 2006 Hart and Art Ross Trophy winner in the Bay Area through the 2013-14 season. "Joe stepped up and made a tremendous commitment to this franchise, his teammates and the fans in San Jose," Wilson said. "We are very pleased that we now have another key piece of this team's core under contract for the next four seasons." Along with core players like Patrick Marleau, Joe Pavelski, Ryane Clowe, Dan Boyle, Douglas Murray, Dany Heatley and others, the Sharks have again ensured their most valued assets are under contract long term. Thornton’s commitment to his teammates as the team’s captain played a large role in the deal as the talented center once again relinquished several years of unrestricted free agency to stay in San Jose. Like several players earlier this summer, Thornton negotiated a contract that allows Wilson to keep many of the team’s other core pieces intact.Team Release