How Sharks vs. Golden Knights became hockey’s hottest rivalry

Fighting in the NHL is at record-low levels and violence has been superseded by skill. But that doesn’t mean animosity between teams — or players — has abated. “Oh I hate [losing to the Golden Knights],” said San Jose center Tomas Hertl. – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

Stanley Cup Playoffs Daily: Blues get even with the Sharks

We’re down to a best-of-three in the Western Conference finals. Plus, what’s going on with Erik Karlsson? – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

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? – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

2019 Stanley Cup playoffs: Sharks vs. Golden Knights series preview, pick

San Jose and Vegas square off in a matchup that may well go down as one of the best of the entire postseason. Who will win? – NHL

From Sharks (A) to Oilers (D), deadline grades for all 31 teams

Sharks, Rangers and Jets, move to the head of the class. Oilers? You’ve got detention. We grade every team’s moves (and non-moves). – NHL

Sharks’ Karlsson suspended 2 games for check

Sharks defenseman Erik Karlsson was suspended two games without pay by the NHL on Sunday for an illegal check to the head of Kings forward Austin Wagner. – NHL

Why the Sharks have stumbled out of the gate

The Sharks were a popular Stanley Cup pick after the Erik Karlsson trade, but they are struggling early. What has gone wrong, and can they fix it? – NHL

Sharks top rankings of all 31 NHL teams’ defense groups

The Erik Karlsson trade caused a seismic shift in the defensive landscape in the NHL. Where do all 31 teams rank? – NHL

Sharks acquire All-Star Karlsson from Senators

The Sharks have acquired All-Star defenseman Erik Karlsson from the Senators for four players and draft picks. – NHL

Tierney re-signs with Sharks after career season

Forward Chris Tierney has re-signed with the San Jose Sharks following a season in which he set career highs in nearly every major statistical category. – NHL

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. – NHL

Critic’s Notebook: Coney Island’s Newest Wonder: Sharks!

A New York Aquarium pavilion, with 115 marine species, finally opens this weekend, and the overall effect makes it more of a visible, welcoming presence and neighbor.
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Sharks’ Thornton willing to take one-year deal

San Jose center Joe Thornton is willing to take another one-year deal to return to the Sharks. – NHL

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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Mud Sharks

Mud Sharks

An intense, true-to-life story about the reality of life behind the trappings of fame, proving that Dave Barbarossa is not only an influential musician but also a gifted writer. Growing up amidst the casual racism in London in the 1970’s, Harry plunges as a 15-year old into the world of rock ‘n’ roll finding purpose and redemption with its adventure, he finally transforms from boy to man. Laura Reinberger Vive Le Rock! The characters are portrayed with such care and attention to their individual complexities that it’s obvious that Barbarossa has taken time to understand and treasure them. Stereotypes and flat character are few and far between. It really is a character driven piece and a well written one at that. Lizzie Alderdice Louder that WarHarry Ferdinand is a misplaced North London teenager – in trouble at school, his dad hates him, a victim of racism who flees to a hippy squat where he discovers a drum kit, and then punk…There is little in the way of boil-in-the-bag anarchy here, and the real heart of the novel is Harry trying impress his uninterested and estranged father, punk’s lost boy screaming to fit in over the music’s iconoclastic and methamphetamine roar. Eamonn Forde Q Magazine

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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. – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL

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. – NHL