Will the Sharks come back and win the Western Conference finals?

Our panel debates whether San Jose can come back from another 3-2 deficit, and the players who will have to step up for it to happen again.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues push Sharks to the brink

Do the Sharks have another comeback in them? We break down Game 5 and look ahead to the rest of the series.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues get even with the Sharks

We’re down to a best-of-three in the Western Conference final. Plus, what’s going on with Erik Karlsson?
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks’ Game 2 struggles continue

St. Louis ties up the West finals with a 4-2 win. See our pick for play of the night, three stars and a preview of Tuesday night’s game.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues gift-wrap Game 1 for Sharks

The ice was tilted in San Jose’s favor on Saturday night. Look back on the 6-3 win, and get ready for Sunday’s Bruins-Canes game.
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2019 Stanley Cup playoffs: Sharks vs. Blues series preview, pick

Both teams won epic Game 7s to get here. Will the power of the Joes take San Jose to the Stanley Cup Final? Or will St. Louis’ magical run continue?
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks reach final four after outlasting Avalanche

The conference finals are set following San Jose’s win. Plus, watch the 49ers O-linemen’s beer-soaked hype video, and get ready for Bruins-Canes.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins advance, Avs and Sharks will go seven

Boston will meet Carolina next, while Gabriel Landeskog & Co. live another day. Plus, Brad Marchand had some captivating postgame behavior.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Bruins win wildly, Sharks win mildly

The home teams won in Boston and San Jose, but in very different fashions. Plus, see the Golden Knights’ message to racehorse Maximum Security.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blue Jackets, Sharks take the lead

The home crowd was in a frenzy in Columbus, while San Jose quelled the rally in Colorado. Plus, a look ahead to Wednesday’s action.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks, Bruins survive to force Game 7s

San Jose took two OTs to outlast Vegas, while Boston’s win didn’t take quite so long. Here’s the best of Sunday and a look ahead to Monday.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Sharks survive, plus a wild finish in Winnipeg

Tomas Hertl led the charge to keep San Jose alive. Catch up on Thursday night’s action and get ready for Friday night’s games here.
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Sharks forward Radil gets 1-year extension

The San Jose Sharks have signed forward Lukas Radil to a one-year contract extension through the 2019-20 season.
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Trade Grades: Sharks earn A- for Erik Karlsson heist

An all-world defenseman changes teams, with a somewhat underwhelming package heading the other way. We grade both GMs.
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Sharks’ Pavelski up early at celebrity golf event

Sharks captain Joe Pavelski held a slim lead over former NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer after the first round of the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament.
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Sharks sign DeMelo to 2-year, $1.8 million deal

The San Jose Sharks have re-signed defenseman Dylan DeMelo to a two-year, $ 1.8 million deal.
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Swimming With Sharks

Leave it to Nick Graham to come up with a novel way to introduce his new underwear collection.
The designer, who is most famous as the founder of Joe Boxer, took over the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas Monday night for what he described as “the big reveal.” Standing in front of a screen that rose slowly behind him, Graham introduced a couple of scuba divers wearing his underwear and hosiery collection as they swam slowly within the shark tank.
“I’ve never done a show quite like this,” said Graham, who has hosted shows on a Virgin Atlantic flight and through a rocket launch in the Nevada desert. “But this is the first underwater show with 50 man-eating sharks.”
The divers, who were protected by chainlink suits over which they wore the underwear and socks, swam in front of the display windows and waved to Graham’s guests for 40 minutes. Maybe the sharks start to get hungry after 45 minutes? Whatever the case, the divers all exited the tank unharmed and Graham can notch another first in his long list of marketing tricks.
The Nick Graham underwear and hosiery is produced by American Essentials. The brand also includes tailored clothing, furnishings

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The Edmonton Oilers aren’t just back in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. They’re now 12 wins away from winning the darn thing.



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Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins Fanatics Authentic Game-Used Goal Puck from November 5, 2016 vs. San Jose Sharks – Second Goal of Two Goals Scored

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What to Expect From the Bachelor Premiere: Dolphins, Sharks, and a Whole New Nick Viall

The BachelorWe’re just a matter of days away from the premiere of one of the most anticipated seasons of The Bachelor, and we’re here to tell you’re right to anticipate it.
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San Jose Sharks Sher-Wood Puck Electronic Media Holder

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Make sure your electronics aren’t a victim of a victory celebration by letting your cell phone or tablet rest in this Sher-wood San Jose Sharks Puck electronic media holder! This puck displays your San Jose Sharks colors and graphics while propping up your cell phone or tablet, so you can keep track of action around the league while watching your San Jose Sharks light the lamp on your TV. This puck holder would also make a great gift for the San Jose Sharks fan on your list.
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Bridgestone San Jose Sharks Stand Golf Bag

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Thornton: Sharks GM ‘needs to shut his mouth’

San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton is firing back after general manager Doug Wilson told season-ticket holders that Thornton was stripped of the team captaincy because the pressure and stress became too much.
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Sharks net winner with 4.5 to go to stun Jets

Marc-Edouard Vlasic scored with 2.9 seconds remaining to give the San Jose Sharks a 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Monday night.
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Kings rely on dominant defense to top Sharks

Anze Kopitar and Jake Muzzin scored power-play goals, Jonathan Quick made 21 saves, and the Los Angeles Kings returned from the holiday break with a 3-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night.
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Sharks’ Scott banned four games for punch

San Jose Sharks forward John Scott has been suspended by the NHL for four games, without pay, for punching Anaheim Ducks forward Tim Jackman, the league announced Wednesday.
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Kesler goal gives Ducks OT win over Sharks

Ryan Kesler scored 58 seconds into overtime, and Rickard Rakell netted his first regular-season NHL goal, leading the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Monday night.
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