Quick's solid play can only carry the Kings so far down the stretch (Photo by Mike Burns).

Los Angeles Kings On the Brink After 4-3 Overtime Loss to Sharks

They say baseball is a game of inches. In hockey, sometimes a fraction of an inch is all it takes to turn a big win into a crushing loss. Nobody […]

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Touchdown San Jose! Sharks Fourth Line Mugs Kings

After twenty minutes, the Sharks “beat LA” chants dried up. The SAP Center was not rocking. There were very few that could even entertain the idea that Jonathan Quick was […]

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Kings Fall, Can’t Get Up; Sharks Take Game One

In 1989, a ridiculous series of medical alert television commercials was launched, introducing the now-infamous line “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” as a helpless senior struggled to right […]

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Sharks Kings Preview: How the Sharks Can Bite Themselves

This is part 2 of the Sharks Kings preview. How else can I justify doing yet another article on this rivalry that will only get better with what promises to be […]

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How the Sharks Can Bite the Kings

Another year, another postseason. Another postseason, another Sharks Kings preview. Remind me again what year it is? This is part one of a playoff preview between these two. In this […]

Dan Boyle joins a slew of defenseman who can score (Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports)

Kings-Sharks: Exploding Myths

Who flinches first? The Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks are set to collide again this Thursday, the third time in four years that the I-5 rivals will play […]

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Hertl Power to Return In Time for Playoffs

It has been a very successful season in San Jose. Sharks fans look back to the beginning of the season and fondly remember many things. Pavelski’s hat tricks, Jumbo climbing […]

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Sharks Playoff Picture: Fish Fear No King

The news is starting to sound like a skipping record. The Sharks playoff picture has been on a collision course with their rivals in Southern California. No Talk of Avoiding […]

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The “R”-Factor: Evaluating the Return of Raffi Torres

It was a sentence many of us were unwilling to hear – Not with this team. Not with this core. And for Heaven’s sake, the window has not closed. So, when Sharks General Manager, Doug Wilson […]

by · March 23, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks
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Pavelski vs Couture: Who Will Captain the Sharks Next?

For the past few seasons, the player who will captain the Sharks of the future has never been questioned. Logan Couture is the future and everyone and their mother knows […]

by · March 22, 2014 · 1 comment · San Jose Sharks
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Chance to Win A Very Cool Hockey Trip

The hustle and bustle of the trade deadline has come and gone.  Plenty of trades have been made, big names have been moved, and your head is likely spinning.  We […]

by · March 6, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks
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Q & A with Matt Nieto of the San Jose Sharks

Every NHL rookie (and every player for that matter) is ‘living the dream’ and 21-year-old rookie Matt Nieto of the San Jose Sharks is no different. Well, maybe just a […]

by · March 4, 2014 · 0 comments · San Jose Sharks