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Sharks go to Tahoe for bonding session
Amid reports of a locker room divide, San Jose Sharks ex-captain Joe Thornton says he and his teammates went to Lake Tahoe last weekend for a bonding session.
Sharks give defenseman Justin Braun 5-year, $19 million extension
Braun in every San Jose Sharks regular-season game last season, setting career-highs in points, goals and assists.
NHL: San Jose Sharks, five questions for camp
Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, Antti Niemi and Brent Burns at center of on-ice issues, but Todd McLellan and Doug Wilson have things of their own to solve
Sharks ready to get back to hockey
After an epic playoff collapse and a lot of offseason talk, the San Jose Sharks are ready for training camp.
Logan Couture of San Jose Sharks pitches in to help in Sierra LaMar effort
Couture, the San Jose Sharks standout, has organized a group of his teammates for an autograph-signing fundraiser Wednesday night to raise money and awareness for the ongoing search effort.
Sharks' James Sheppard sidelined
San Jose Sharks forward James Sheppard is expected to be on the sidelines for the start of training camp this week after undergoing an offseason procedure on his already rebuilt left knee.
Stanford sweeps Santa Clara
The top-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team is 7-0 after sweeping Santa Clara in the Stanford Invitational
Local sports digest: Stanford sweeps Santa Clara
The top-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team hit a season-best .523 as it swept Santa Clara in the Stanford Invitational at Maples Pavilion
San Jose Sharks open rookie camp
Sharks welcomed 44 rookies into camp on Thursday, and several of the young players including 19-year-old Mirco Mueller have shots to win key roles.
San Jose Sharks have 'small dip' in season-ticket renewals
San Jose Sharks acknowledge 'small dip' in season-ticket renewals after playoff loss to Los Angeles Kings; COO John Tortora said it was no greater than drop-off following other recent first-round eliminations, despite decision not to bring back Drew Remenda and the hiring of ice girls
San Jose Sharks veterans returning to the ice in two weeks
The Sharks begin their attempt to regroup from last spring's playoff disappointment Sept. 19 when veterans take the ice in training camp for the first time
Napa quake: Stanley Cup will be in city Saturday for public viewing
Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi has made the Napa area his adopted home, and he's bringing Cup for viewing and to help raise money for earthquake victims
San Jose Sharks: Jamie Baker to replace Drew Remenda in TV booth
Brett Hedican will move from studio to radio booth as San Jose Sharks shuffle deck after letting go of Drew Remenda in June
Sharks' Raffi Torres could miss half the season
San Jose Sharks left wing Raffi Torres must undergo a second surgery on the right knee injury that caused him to miss all but five regular-season games last season, the team announced. That could cause him to miss half the season.
Sharks take away Thornton's captaincy
San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan said the team will begin with no captain or assistants, but Joe Thornton will have chance to earn back his captaincy.
Purdy: Outdoor hockey game at Levi's made too much sense
Sharks and Kings drop the puck next February at Levi's Stadium instead of AT&T Park.
Sharks, Kings will play outdoor game at Levi's Stadium
49ers' Levi's Stadium beats out Giants' AT&T Park for NHL's outdoor Sharks-Kings game on Feb. 21.
Sharks sign Jason Demers
The San Jose Sharks avoid salary arbitration with defenseman Jason Demers.
The Sharks' summer of zig-zag and redefinition — plus a few thoughts on the angry response to the impending arrival of 'ice girls'
Do not feel bad if you're having a hard time trying to figure out what the Sharks are up to this summer.
NHL ice girls: San Jose Sharks follow along
San Jose Sharks will become the 22nd NHL team to add 'ice girls' this season
Some Sharks fans object to plan of using 'ice girls'
Sharks stress they are assembling an 'ice team,' which -- like the present maintenance crew -- will include men and women.
Sharks' Wilson says he still has high expectations for team
San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson has said his team is in a 'rebuild phase' but emphasized that he still thinks the Sharks are a playoff-caliber team; on Thursday, they re-signed defensemen Scott Hannan and Matt Tennyson.
Sharks forward Matt Nieto expects bigger role during upcoming season
San Jose Sharks will enter rebuild phase during 2014-15 season, and that will mean increased playing time for young players such as Matt Nieto and defenseman Mirco Mueller
Sharks' Tomas Hertl says sore knee nothing to worry about
Tomas Hertl has tenderness in the same right knee that caused him to miss more than half of last season, but the San Jose Sharks' forward said the pain was caused by not having skated for more than a month.
San Jose Sharks give James Sheppard a one-year deal
Forward James Sheppard signs a $1.3 million deal after becoming a regular in the Sharks' lineup last season; Jason Demers only regular from last season's team who remains unsigned.
Tommy Wingels gets three-year deal from San Jose Sharks
Sharks wrap up 26-year-old forward Tommy Wingels for three years, according to the player's agent
San Jose Sharks fans have plenty to say about ice team
San Jose Sharks fans have plenty to say about ice team
Sharks trade for forward Tye McGinn
San Jose Sharks trade for Philadelphia Flyers forward Tye McGinn, give up third-round draft pick in 2015
Sharks sign free-agent enforcer John Scott, trade for Tye McGinn
John Scott spent the last two seasons with the Buffalo Sabres before joining the San Jose Sharks; Tye McGinn, younger brother of former Shark Jamie McGinn, acquired from Philadelphia Flyers for third-round pick in 2015 draft
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Reality show crowns its Season 9 champion
Rush Limbaugh says sometimes a woman's 'no' really means 'yes'
Radio host doesn’t like the “modern” definition of consent.