The new deal will pay the 28-year-old Hertl $65.1 million over eight years at an average of more than $8 million per season.
From the Offspring to Queen, Tomas Hertl on concerts, first CD purchases and more.
Tomas Hertl makes some tough choices in a round of This or That.
From the dance floor to travelling the globe, One Minute with Tomas Hertl covers it all.
He's one of the funniest in the league but what would Tomas Hertl be doing if he wasn't suiting up for the San Jose Sharks as an NHL player?
A mathematician, a dancer, a drummer, a singer, and a magician. Find out who's who as players reveal what you can't google about them!
First albums aren't always age appropriate – but for different reasons depending on which player you ask!
Tomas Hertl will miss the rest of the season for the San Jose Sharks with a serious knee injury.
Over two days, the best hockey players on the planet put on an entertainment spectacular in St. Louis, all to the delight of an appreciative crowd at Enterprise Center.
Guilty pleasure TV? Next question, Tomas Hertl has nothing to be ashamed about.
From building their own pads to having to make do with their older brothers' gear, players fondly reminisce on their first pieces of hockey equipment.
Do you remember your first e-mail address? These players sure do – and we're happy they were brave enough to share!
Tomas Hertl got San Jose off to a fast start and the Sharks staved off elimination by beating the Vegas Golden Knights 5-2 in Game 5.
A veteran teammate makes the cut as best tape job in San Jose and the trend Tomas Hertl thinks will be embarrassing in five years in this week's Player Q&A!
Joe Thornton talked to several teams last summer when he made his first trip to the free-agent market before ultimately deciding to return to San Jose on a one-year deal.
Tomas Hertl potted two goals to help the Sharks win Game 3 and take a 2-1 series lead