Sharks’ Consistent Success May Be in Trouble

report this ad The San Jose Sharks have enjoyed consistent success like few other franchises have seen. They’ve missed the playoffs only twice since 1997, reaching the Conference Finals five times. If you don’t think that means anything, then consider that there are 17 franchises that have been to a Conference Finals series fewer times […]

Stanley Cup Playoff Preview: Golden Knights vs Sharks

With the Calgary Flames having clinched the Pacific Division, that means the No. 2 and No. 3 seeds within the division are locked as well. The San Jose Sharks will face the Vegas Golden Knights in the first round, the second straight year the two teams will battle it out in the postseason. The Golden […]

NHL Rumors: Edler, Barrie, Karlsson, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, we focus on the negotiations between the Vancouver Canucks and Alex Elder, whether or not the San Jose Sharks would be willing to move on from Erik Karlsson and what the Colorado Avalanche will do with defenseman Tyson Barrie. Alex Edler Deal Coming But Not Imminent Rick Dhaliwal of Sportsnet […]

NHL News & Notes: Landeskog, Stone & More

In today’s NHL News & Notes, Gabriel Landeskog will miss four to six weeks with an injury, Mark Stone has officially signed his new contract extension with the Vegas Golden Knights and Erik Karlsson’s latest health update isn’t very encouraging for the San Jose Sharks. Related: NHL News & Notes: Green, Lehner & More Landeskog […]

NHL Rumors: Stone, Duchene, Karlsson, Bruins, Blackhawks, More

In today’s rumor rundown, the Ottawa Senators are pitching hard for Mark Stone and Matt Duchene to stay, the Sharks are starting their negotiations with Erik Karlsson and the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs are looking at what’s out there for them on the trade market. Senators Make Duchene an Offer It appears the […]

The Hockey Writers Podcast – Episode 1: Nylander, Wilson, Fuhr, More

On the very first episode of the new Hockey Writers Podcast, I went from Edmonton to San Jose, stopped in Buffalo and Toronto and had a lengthy conversation for NHL Hall of Famer and former goaltender Grant Fuhr. What to Expect on the Podcast This Week… Segment 1: The NHL 5-Minute Runaround As we travel the […]

Senators’ Weekly: Karlsson, Duchene, Falk & More

Welcome to Senators’ Weekly, where you can catch up on the past week of the Ottawa Senators throughout the 2018-19 season. From trending topics to surging prospects to news and notes, this is your weekly roundup on all things Sens. The Senators dropped their first game this week, a 4-2 loss to the New York Rangers, […]

Senators Drown Sharks in Karlsson’s Return to Ottawa

OTTAWA — Ben Harpur scored his first NHL goal, Craig Anderson stopped 36 shots and the Senators spoiled Erik Karlsson’s return to Ottawa by beating the San Jose Sharks 6-2 on Saturday. Karlsson, the former Senators captain, was playing his first game in Ottawa since he was traded to San Jose in the off-season. The team […]

NHL Standings Predictions: Preseason Edition

For a number of seasons now, the Metropolitan and Central have been the better and deeper of the NHL’s four divisions. That has meant teams from the Atlantic and Pacific have been picking higher in the entry draft in recent years. Is that balance of power on the verge of shifting this season? According to […]