Sharks lock up two pending UFA’s to two-year contracts — East Bay Times

SAN JOSE — The Sharks locked up two of their biggest pending unrestricted free agents, signing both forward Alexander Barabanov and defenseman Jaycob Megna to two-year contracts. Barabanov’s deal is worth $5 million with an average annual value of $2.5 million. Per a source, the contract contains a $1 million signing bonus for next season…

Sharks lock up two pending UFA’s to two-year contracts — East Bay Times

Erik Karlsson: Sharks organization has to decide ‘on which direction it’s going to go’ — Red Bluff Daily News

SAN JOSE – When defenseman Erik Karlsson missed his first game on Jan. 22 with what turned out to be a small muscle tear in his left forearm, the Sharks were still in a playoff position and looking like a team that could play meaningful games right until the end of the regular season. All…

Erik Karlsson: Sharks organization has to decide ‘on which direction it’s going to go’ — Red Bluff Daily News

Timo Meier Becomes First San Jose Shark to Score 5 Goals in One Game — CBS San Francisco

On Monday, San Jose Shark Timo Meier achieved something that hadn’t been done in an NHL game since 1994 – score five goals by himself – and he did it with a period to spare.

Timo Meier Becomes First San Jose Shark to Score 5 Goals in One Game — CBS San Francisco

NHL postpones more games due to COVID. So why did the Sharks have to play on? — Chico Enterprise-Record

SAN JOSE — The growing number of COVID-19 cases around the NHL — and the subsequent postponement of several more games — has caught the attention of the Sharks, who already had a round of positive cases more than six weeks ago. The NHL on Tuesday announced the postponement of Carolina’s game with the Minnesota…

NHL postpones more games due to COVID. So why did the Sharks have to play on? — Chico Enterprise-Record

MAPLE LEAFS 4, SHARKS 1 quotes, notes

TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS (15-6-1 – 31 Points) at
SAN JOSE SHARKS (10-9-1 – 21 Points)
1 2 3 FINAL
TORONTO 2 2 0 4
SAN JOSE 1 0 0 1


  • William Nylander scored for the Maple Leafs at 0:32 of the first period. Nylander recorded his eighth
    goal of the season. Nylander also posted the primary assist on Tavares’ second period power play
    goal. Nylander has recorded three points through the last two games (1G, 2A).
  • Wayne Simmonds scored for Toronto at 5:16 of the first period. Simmonds posted his second goal of
    the season. Simmonds has recorded three points through the last two games (1G, 2A).
  • Auston Matthews scored for the Maple Leafs at 4:57 of the season period. Matthews marked his ninth
    goal of the season and has scored in back-to-back games.
  • John Tavares scored at 10:44 of the second period on a Toronto power play opportunity, marking his
    10th goal of the season. Tavares also posted the primary assist on Nylander’s first period goal, notching
    his 10th assist of the season. Tavares has recorded a multi-point outing in consecutive games (2G,
  • Morgan Rielly registered the secondary assist on Nylander’s goal. Rielly recorded his 11th assist of
    the season.
  • David Kämpf notched the primary assist on Simmonds’ goal. Kämpf registered his fourth assist of the
  • Nick Ritchie posted the secondary assist on Simmonds’ goal. Ritchie recorded his fourth assist of the season.
  • Michael Bunting registered the primary assist on Matthews’ goal. Bunting posted his seventh assist of the season. Bunting is currently on a three-game point streak where he has recorded four points (1G, 3A).
  • Timothy Liljegren recorded the secondary assist on Matthews’ goal. Liljegren posted his second assist of the season.
  • Mitch Marner posted the secondary assist on Tavares’ power play goal. Marner posted his 12th assist of the season.
    SHOTS ON GOAL (5-on-5 in brackets)
    1st 2nd 3rd TOTAL
    TORONTO 10 (9) 11 (6) 12 (10) 33 (25)
    SAN JOSE 8 (7) 11 (9) 16 (16) 35 (32)
    SHOT ATTEMPTS (5-on-5 in brackets)
    1st 2nd 3rd TOTAL
    TORONTO 15 (12) 21 (11) 15 (13) 51 (36)
    SAN JOSE 18 (12) 16 (13) 23 (22) 57 (47)

  • The Maple Leafs are 6-3-0 on the road this season.
  • Toronto won their sixth-consecutive road game tonight.
  • Toronto’s all-time record is 25-23-5-2 in 55 games against the San Jose Sharks and 10-13-3-0 in 26
    games played in San Jose.
  • Toronto is 6-2-0 against the Western Conference this season and 4-2-0 against the Pacific Division
    this season.
    Shots 8 (Nylander)
    Shot Attempts 11 (Nylander)
    Faceoff Wins 13 (Kämpf)
    Faceoff Win Percentage 100% (Semyonov – 1 won, 0 lost)
    Hits 5 (Ritchie)
    Blocked Shots 3 (Rielly, Tavares)
    Takeaways 3 (Spezza, Matthews, Rielly)
    TOI 23:38 (Rielly)
    Power Play TOI 2:42 (Marner, Matthews, Nylander, Tavares)
    Shorthanded TOI 3:27 (Muzzin)
    Shifts 30 (Brodie)
    5-on-5 Shot Attempt Percentage 60.87% (Matthews – 14 for, 9 against)
  • The Maple Leafs were 1-for-2 on the power play and 3-for-3 on the penalty kill tonight.
  • Toronto is 10-1-0 when scoring the first goal of the game.
  • The Maple Leafs are 8-1-0 when leading after one period and 11-0-0 when leading after two periods.
  • Toronto is 5-3-0 when outshot by their opponent.
  • The Maple Leafs are 2-1-0 in Friday games.
    OF NOTE…
  • William Nylander recorded a single-game season-high eight shots during tonight’s game.
  • Alexander Kerfoot appeared in his 300th career NHL game.
  • Joseph Woll stopped 34 of 35 shots he faced in tonight’s win.
  • Per NHL PR, Joseph Woll became just the fifth goaltender in Maple Leafs history to start his career with at least three straight wins, joining Damian Rhodes (6 GP from 1990-91 – 1993-94), Frank McCool (6 GP in 1944-45), Jiri Crha (3 GP in 1979-80) and Mike Palmateer (3 GP in 1976-77).
  • Per NHL PR, Toronto has earned six straight road wins for the third time in 15 years. The others: 2018-19 (6 GP from Oct. 7 – Nov. 3, 2018) and March 1-22, 2008).
  • Per NHL PR, the Maple Leafs earned their 11th win in the month of November, the most in any calendar month in franchise history.
  • Per NHL PR, the Maple Leafs earned their 15th win of the season (15-6-1, 31 points), tied with the
    Hurricanes (15-3-1, 31 points) for the most in the NHL. Toronto required 21 or fewer games to reach
    the mark for the fourth time in franchise history (also 18 GP in 1934-35, 21 GP in 2020-21 & 21 GP in 2018-19).
  • Morgan Rielly was on the ice for a team-high 15 Toronto shot attempts-for at 5-on-5.
  • Auston Matthews finished the game with a team-high 5-on-5 shot attempt percentage of 60.87 percent (14 for, 9 against)

    Nov. 28 Leafs at Anaheim Honda Center 8:00 pm ET
    Dec. 1 Leafs vs. Colorado Scotiabank Arena 7:30 pm ET
    Dec. 4 Leafs at Minnesota Xcel Energy Center 7:00 pm ET
    Dec. 5 Leafs at Winnipeg Canada Life Centre 8:00 pm ET
    Dec. 7 Leafs vs. Columbus Scotiabank Arena 7:00 pm ET
    Dec. 9 Leafs vs. Tampa Bay Scotiabank Arena 7:00 pm ET
    Stats reflect official NHL stats at the time of distribution. Please consult official NHL game sheets (links
    above) to confirm no statistical changes were made.


    On tonight’s win:
    Sheldon Keefe: “I thought tonight the guys worked hard. I thought we were really good in key moments,
    we had big time plays from both John and Will to start the game to put us up one. We had a huge goal in
    response to giving up one and then a great sequence that leads to the Matthews goal to get us to 3-1 and
    then a clinical powerplay to get us to 4-1. So there are really key moments there where we were really
    good but in general, I didn’t think we were very good at 5-on-5. The penalty killing was good, goaltending
    was good but our game at 5-on-5 didn’t look anything like it’s looked here of late. I don’t blame our
    approach or our mindset or anything like that it’s just the game was a lot quicker and lot more open today
    than we would like it to be or has been in recent games. We led virtually for the entire game and that
    leads to interesting and challenging dynamics. In terms of our work and our results and being good in
    very key moments those are all really good things for us in a 4-1 game where I didn’t think we were very
    good in.”
    On the performance of his line:
    Wayne Simmonds: “I felt like our game was touch and go to be honest with you. I thought we did a lot of
    good things but there were a lot of things we could have done better. In saying that, I thought we did a
    good job offensively and were in on a big goal together that helped the team win so all-in-all it was a
    pretty solid game.”
    On the team’s commitment to defence:
    Wayne Simmonds: “I think that is what we’ve been keying in on over the last little bit here. Everyone has
    done a really good job. Joseph Woll played really great tonight, he played unbelievable and he made
    some huge saves, especially in the third period and we didn’t allow them to creep back into the game so
    that was huge. We’ve made a conservative effort over the last long haul here to make sure we play this
    game well defensively and offensive will come through.”
    On the team’s performance:
    William Nylander: “I think we came out and generated chances and it was a little too much back-andforth I thought but other than that Joe made some huge saves for us and we just have to keep building off
    of that.”
    On if he’s been trying to generate more shots on net:
    William Nylander: “Yeah, I think I was slipping on my shots and haven’t been putting stuff on net and I
    need to keep that going and score goals.


2021-22 Matchups vs. San Jose: Second of Two
2020-21 Record vs. San Jose: N/A
Toronto Season Record: 14-6-1
Toronto Road Record: 5-3-0
TV: Sportsnet Ontario RADIO: TSN 1050

November 23, 2021 Forward Joey Anderson has been loaned the Toronto Marlies (AHL)
November 23, 2021 Forward Kyle Clifford has been recalled from the Toronto Marlies (AHL)

Score: Toronto 6 at Los Angeles Kings 2
Date: Wednesday, November 24, 2021
TOR Goals: Kerfoot, Engvall, Tavares, Matthews, Spezza, Bunting
LAK Goals: Arvidsson, Durzi
TOR Goaltender: Campbell, 30/32, .938 SV%
LAK Goaltender: Quick, 32/38, .842 SV%
TOR Power Play: 1-for-3
TOR Penalty Kill: 1-for-3

Date: Sunday, November 28, 2021
Opponent: at Anaheim Ducks
Broadcast Information: TSN4 (TV), Sportsnet 590 (Radio)

Petr Mrázek (Groin) *On Injured Reserve
Ilya Mikheyev (Thumb) *On Injured Reserve
Man Games Lost: 37

First Matchup between Clubs: November 4, 1991 (Toronto 4 vs. San Jose 1)
All-Time Record: 24-23-5-2 (54 Games)
All-Time Record at Home: 15-10-2-2 (29 Games)
All-Time Record on the Road: 9-13-3-0 (25 Games)
Last Road Win vs. Opponent: November 15, 2018 (Toronto 5 at San Jose 3)
Record in Last Five Games: 3-2-0
Record in Last 10 Games: 4-5-1

Games Played: Kyle Clifford (49), TJ Brodie (36), Wayne Simmonds (33)
Goals: Wayne Simmonds (10), Auston Matthews (8), John Tavares (8)
Assists: Jason Spezza (15), TJ Brodie (14), John Tavares (12)
Points: John Tavares (20), Jason Spezza (19), Wayne Simmonds (17)
Penalty Minutes: Kyle Clifford (84), Jake Muzzin (31), Wayne Simmonds (30)

Points % GF/Game GA/Game PP% PK% SF/G SA/G FO%
Toronto .690 2.71 2.24 23.7% 85.7% 34.0 29.8 55.5%

Power Play: 14/59 (23.7%)
Power Play Goal Leader: 4 – Matthews
Power Play Point Leader: 7 – Matthews (4G, 3A), Nylander (3G, 4A)
2020-21 Power Play: 31/155 (20.0%)

ON THE PK IN 2021-22
Penalty Kill: 48/56 (85.7%)
Shorthanded Goal Leader: 1 – Marner
Shorthanded Point Leader: 1 – Marner (1G), Muzzin (1A)
2020-21 Penalty Kill: 113/144 (78.5%)

Friday games 3rd of 4 (3 home, 1 road)
Back-to-Backs played 4 of 13
Record in first game of back-to-back 2-2-0
Record in second game of back-to-back 2-2-0
November games 13th of 14 (8 home, 6 road)

TJ BRODIE Appeared in his 700th career NHL game, Nov. 2, 2021 vs. VGK
JACK CAMPBELL Appeared in his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 16 vs. NSH
JACK CAMPBELL Recorded his 50th career NHL win, Nov. 18 vs. NYR
PIERRE ENGVALL Appeared in his 100th career NHL game, Nov. 2, 2021 vs. VGK
ONDREJ KAŠE Recorded his 100th career NHL point, Nov. 10, 2021 at PHI
Recorded his 200th career NHL goal on Oct. 25 at CAR. Per NHL Stats,
Matthews required the second-fewest games to reach 200 goals in Maple
Leafs history among players who debuted with the team, trailing only
Charlie Conacher (317 games)
MORGAN RIELLY Recorded his 250th career NHL assist on Oct. 27 at CHI
KIRILL SEMYONOV Made his NHL debut, Nov. 10 at PHI
WAYNE SIMMONDS Skated in his 950th career NHL game on Oct. 16 vs. OTT
JOHN TAVARES Recorded his 200th point with the Maple Leafs on Oct. 18 vs. NYR
JOHN TAVARES Scored his 100th goal with the Maple Leafs, Nov. 13 at BUF

TJ BRODIE One goal away from 50 career NHL goals
MICHAEL BUNTING Three games away from 50 career NHL games played
TRAVIS DERMOTT Two points away from 50 career NHL points
JUSTIN HOLL Nine points away from 50 career NHL points
ONDREJ KAŠE Two goals away from 50 career NHL goals
DAVID KÄMPF Six assists away from 50 career NHL assists
ALEXANDER KERFOOT One game away from 300 career NHL games played
ILYA MIKHEYEV Seven games away from 100 career NHL games played
JASON SPEZZA Two games away from 1,200 career NHL games played

GOALS 9 – Tavares BLOCKED SHOTS 32 – Holl
ASSISTS 11 – Marner TAKEAWAYS 25 – Marner
POINTS 18 – Tavares (9G, 9A) HITS 49 – Ritchie
POWER PLAY POINTS 7 – Matthews (4G, 3A), Nylander
(3G, 4A)
TOI PER GAME 24:15 – Rielly
SHORTHANDED POINTS 1 – Marner (1G), Muzzin (1A) PP TOI PER GAME 3:09 – Nylander, Marner
PIMs 15 – Simmonds, Ritchie SH TOI PER GAME 2:35 – Muzzin
SHOTS 80 – Matthews WINS 11 – Campbell
FACEOFF% 60.0% – Marner GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1.68 – Campbell
SHOT ATTEMPTS% 57.8% – Sandin SAVE PERCENTAGE .943 – Campbell


HOME 3-1-1 6-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0
AWAY 1-3-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0
TOTAL 4-4-1 10-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0
HOME 0-0-0 0-0-0
AWAY 0-0-0 0-0-0
TOTAL 0-0-0 0-0-0

1-0-0 0-2-1 2-0-0 4-0-0 2-1-


11/24 – SJS 6 vs OTT 3…Six different players lit the lamp as the Sharks reached a new season high in goals for. Timo Meier (1g, 2a) led all Sharks
skaters with three points. Jake Middleton (1g, 0a) recorded his first NHL career goal. Nick Bonino (1g, 0a) scored in his 700th NHL career game.
SJ Goals: Nieto (1), Hertl (8), Bonino (1), Meier (7), Couture (7), Middleton (1)
SF: 29
SA: 29
SJ PP: 1/5
SJ PK: 4/4
W: Reimer (6)
L: Murray
11/22 Recalled F Scott Reedy from the San Jose Barracuda; Reassigned F Jeffrey Viel to the San Jose Barracuda
11/20 Recalled F Jeffrey Viel from the San Jose Barracuda
11/19 Activated F Jeffrey Viel off IR; Reassigned F Jeffrey Viel and F Nick Merkley to the San Jose Barracuda
11/12 Reassigned F Sasha Chmelevski, F Joel Kellman, D Artemi Kniazev, F John Leonard, D Ryan Merkley, D Jaycob Megna and
D Nicolas Meloche to the San Jose Barracuda
11/12 Removed F Kevin Labanc, D Erik Karlsson, F Timo Meier, D Jake Middleton, F Matt Nieto, D Radim Simek and D Marc-Edouard
Vlasic from the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol
The San Jose Sharks (10-8-1, 21 points) are facing the Toronto Maple Leafs for the second and final time this season. San Jose won the first game of
the season between the two on Oct. 22 by a score of 5-3 at Scotiabank Arena. Logan Couture (2g 1a) led all skaters in scoring and fired a team-high
six shots on net. All-time, the Sharks are 25-23-5-1 against the Maple Leafs.
Marc-Edouard Vlasic: 1 game played from 1,100 NHL games played, he could become the 17th active player to reach 1,100 and third Shark to play
1,100 games with the franchise
James Reimer: 4 games played from 400 NHL games played
Timo Meier: 5 goals from 100 NHL goals
Matt Nieto: 8 assists from 100 NHL assists
Logan Couture: 7 points from 600 NHL points
Jake Middleton (11/24): First NHL goal
Nick Bonino (11/24): 700th NHL career game
Erik Karlsson (11/22): 800th NHL career game
Scott Reedy (11/22): NHL Debut
Timo Meier (11/13): 200th NHL point (assist)
General Manager Doug Wilson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 15. Wilson became the sixth player with Sharks roots to be
enshrined, following Igor Larionov (2008), Ed Belfour (2011), Rob Blake (2014), Sergei Makarov (2016) and Teemu Selanne (2017). In 1,024 NHL
games with the Chicago Blackhawks and the Sharks, Wilson recorded 827 career points (237g, 590a), which ranks 15th all-time amongst NHL
defensemen. Wilson was the recipient of the 1982 James Norris Trophy, was named to three NHL All-Star teams and played in seven NHL All-Star
Games. Internationally, he was selected to represent Canada in the 1984 Canada Cup and the Rendez-vous ’87 series. Acquired by the Sharks in 1991,
the blueliner served as the Sharks first captain during his two seasons (1991-1993) with the club as a player.

Mario Ferraro blocked a season-high seven shots and recorded a pair of assists on Nov. 24 against Ottawa. The 23-year-old defenseman has 10 points
(2g, 8a) through the first 19 games of the season, his most through the first 19 games of a season in his career. Ferraro paces all NHL players in
blocked shots (58) and sits 12th among League skaters with 24:53 of ice time per game. In the month of November, he ranks tied-seventh among NHL
defensemen in points (2g, 7a) and eighth in time on ice per game (25:33). The alternate captain played a game-high and career-high 31:12 on Nov. 6
against New Jersey and is one of eight League skaters to play 30 or more minutes in a game this season.
San Jose recorded a season-high 40 hits on Nov. 20 against Washington. This marked the 22nd time that the franchise had tallied 40 or more hits in a
game and the first time that the team recorded 40 or more hits since Oct. 2, 2019 at Vegas (also 40 hits). Rudolfs Balcers (six) and Radim Simek (five)
both tied career-highs for hits in the game. Jacob Middleton recorded a new career high for hits in a period and hits in a game with four hits in the first
period of the Sharks Nov. 22 game against Carolina.
James Reimer is sixth in save percentage (.936) and seventh in goals-against-average (2.04) among NHL goaltenders with five or more games played.
Reimer has helped the Sharks earn points in seven of his ten starts and earned the win in the Sharks Nov. 22 game against Carolina (22 saves) and
Nov. 24 game against Ottawa (26 saves). No goaltender in franchise history with five or more games played has posted a better save percentage (.950)
or goals-against-average (1.54) through the first ten games of a season. Reimer’s .936 save percentage and 1.86 goals-against-average in 19 regular
season games in a Sharks uniform leads all franchise goaltenders with more than ten games played.
Timo Meier has recorded at least one point in eleven of the fourteen games he has played in this year. This season, he is averaging career-bests in
points per game (1.29), time on ice per game (18:02), shots per game (4.21) and blocked shots per 60 minutes (2.85). Meier has recorded the gamewinning goal in two of the Sharks last three wins. The winger tallied three points (1g, 2a), three hits, two blocked shots and two takeaways in San Jose’s
6-3 win over Ottawa on Nov. 24.
Since Bob Boughner took over coaching duties on Dec. 11, 2019, San Jose has manned the sixth ranked penalty kill (82.5%) in the league and
are tied-eighth with ten short-handed goals in that span. This season, the Sharks currently rank second in the NHL on the penalty kill (48-for-54, 88.9%)
and are first in short-handed goal differential (minus-four).
Scott Reedy made his NHL debut on Nov. 22 to become the league-leading seventh club skater to make their debut this season (others: Jonathan
Dahlen, William Eklund, Santeri Hatakka, Artemi Kniazev, Ryan Merkley and Jasper Weatherby). San Jose also leads the NHL in number of
rookies to play games (ten) and number of rookie defensemen to play games (five). Entering Nov. 23, Dahlen is second among all League rookies in
goals (seven) and first in game-winning goals (two) and became the third Sharks skater ever to record two or more game-winning goals within their first
ten NHL career games (others: Marco Sturm – 3 GWG, Joe Pavelski – 2 GWG). Weatherby is first among 2021-22 League rookies (min. 100 faceoffs) in
faceoff percentage (50.3%).
Since being named the team’s general manager on May 13, 2003, Doug Wilson has strategically built the San Jose Sharks into one of the NHL’s top
franchises through strong drafting, shrewd trades and timely free agent signings. In his 19 seasons in charge of the Sharks hockey department, Wilson
has guided the team to its most successful era since the franchise’s inception, capturing a Presidents’ Trophy (2009), five Pacific Division titles,
advancing to the Western Conference Final on five occasions (2004, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2019) and appearing in the Stanley Cup Final (2016). In his
tenure as general manager, no other franchise has more wins than the Sharks (741):

1 SAN JOSE 1441 741 445 155 1,637 61.0%
2 Boston 1,338 728 431 179 1,635 61.1%
3 Pittsburgh 1,340 736 460 144 1,616 60.3%
4 Washington 1,341 721 453 164 1,612 60.1%
5 Nashville 1,340 717 465 158 1,592 59.4%

On Oct. 16, Sharks forward Nick Bonino became the fifth player in league history to play more than 500 career regular-season games before playing
their first game for the club that originally drafted them. Bonino was drafted by the Sharks in the sixth round (173rd overall) in 2007 but was traded to the
Anaheim Ducks on March 4, 2009.
On Nov. 24, Bonino scored his first goal for the Sharks and joined seven other players who had played 500 or more career regular-season games before
scoring their first goal for the club that originally drafted them.
NHL Entry Draft (10): Vlasic, Couture, Hertl, Labanc, Meier, Gregor, Ferraro, Reedy, Weatherby, Hatakka
Free Agents (6): Simek, Middleton, Nieto, Bonino, Reimer, Cogliano
Acquired via Trade (5): Burns, Karlsson, Dahlen, Barabanov, Hill
Acquired via Waivers (2): Balcers, Gadjovich
PROSPECT OF THE WEEK (11/24)…Benjamin Gaudreau recorded his first OHL career shutout with a 26 save performance on Nov. 21. Sarnia has
recorded points in five-straight games (4-0-1) with Gaudreau between the pipes and the netminder has a .943 save percentage in that span. Gaudreau
was named OHL Goaltender of the Week on Nov. 22.
Brandon Coe is riding a nine game point streak (5g, 15a) in the month of November and sits first in OHL scoring with 36 points (11g, 25a) in 19 games.
The forward has posted multi-point games in each of his last five appearances and was named OHL Player of the Week on Nov. 22.

Timo Meier, Nick Bonino share the spotlight in Sharks’ win over Senators — East Bay Times

SAN JOSE – Timo Meier scored the go-ahead goal with 8:42 left in regulation time to help lift the Sharks to a 6-3 win over the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday at SAP Center. Meier took a pass from Rudolfs Balcers, made a move to avoid a check near the top of the circles, and fired…

Timo Meier, Nick Bonino share the spotlight in Sharks’ win over Senators — East Bay Times

Sharks’ Dahlen out for game vs. Senators, could miss rest of homestand — Red Bluff Daily News

SAN JOSE – Forward Jonathan Dahlen will miss his second straight game Wednesday with an upper-body injury and could be out for the remainder of the Sharks’ homestand. Dahlen was hurt in Saturday’s game at SAP Center with the Washington Capitals and missed the Sharks’ 2-1 overtime win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday. He…

Sharks’ Dahlen out for game vs. Senators, could miss rest of homestand — Red Bluff Daily News

Sharks’ Doug Wilson reflects on how family, and lost loved ones, influenced his life — East Bay Times

As he prepares to stand on stage at Meridian Hall in Toronto on Monday night to deliver his Hockey Hall of Fame induction speech, Doug Wilson will no doubt have spent time thinking about his journey and everyone who has influenced his life and career. Wilson will have thought about the people who helped shape…

Sharks’ Doug Wilson reflects on how family, and lost loved ones, influenced his life — East Bay Times

Big third period effort leads Sharks past Calgary Flames — East Bay Times

Logan Couture and Adin Hill helped the Sharks start a daunting road trip with another impressive win without a handful of their regular players. Couture scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and Hill had his best game since early in the regular season as the Sharks earned a 4-1 win over the…

Big third period effort leads Sharks past Calgary Flames — East Bay Times

Sharks’ Evander Kane handed lengthy suspension by NHL — Chico Enterprise-Record

SAN JOSE – The NHL dropped the hammer on Evander Kane, suspending the Sharks forward for 21 games without pay for an established violation of — and lack of compliance with — the NHL/NHLPA COVID-19 Protocol. Under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the forfeited pay goes to the Players’ Emergency Assistance Fund. Kane…

Sharks’ Evander Kane handed lengthy suspension by NHL — Chico Enterprise-Record

As roster deadline looms, Evander Kane’s future with Sharks remains cloudy — East Bay Times

SAN JOSE — NHL teams must get their rosters down to 23 players by Monday afternoon and there remains no indication from the Sharks as to how they’ll proceed with Evander Kane. By mutual agreement with the Sharks, Kane, who is being investigated by the NHL on two matters, has stayed away from the team…

As roster deadline looms, Evander Kane’s future with Sharks remains cloudy — East Bay Times