From the dance floor to travelling the globe, One Minute with Tomas Hertl covers it all.
Patrick Marleau surpassed “Mr. Hockey” for the most games played in NHL history.
Martin Jones led the league this week with four wins, including a shutout in the first of two consecutive victories against his former club.
Patrick Marleau is back with the San Jose Sharks.
Philadelphia Flyers centre Sean Couturier has been awarded the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the NHL's best defensive forward.
It's Timo (Player Q&A) Time!
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?
If you’re looking for something to do, considering booking a little time with Logan Couture.
Tomas Hertl will miss the rest of the season for the San Jose Sharks with a serious knee injury.
Guilty pleasure TV? Next question, Tomas Hertl has nothing to be ashamed about.
Flying back home from a winless road trip, general manager Doug Wilson could feel the same lack of energy and excitement that had plagued the San Jose Sharks on the ice too often this season.
It’s a personal milestone that Marc-Edouard Vlasic hoped for, worked for, and is extremely grateful for.
Martin Jones picked up three wins, two consecutively while appearing in back-to-back starts for the San Jose Sharks, to lead NHL netminders in the category this past week.
What’s on his plate whenever Brenden Dillon has a home-cooked meal prepared by his grandmother? Plenty.
Two of his teammates smiled and shrugged at the fairytale start to Marleau’s second stint with the Sharks. Thrilled for No. 12, yet hardly taken aback by his efforts.
Do you remember your first e-mail address? These players sure do – and we're happy they were brave enough to share!
With the NFL season having kicked off, Logan Couture stopped by for some gridiron talk, including pro football players he believes would make good NHL players.
Joe Thornton is coming back for another season at age 40, signing a one-year, $2 million contract with the San Jose Sharks on Friday after briefly contemplating retirement at the end of last season.
It’s rather fitting that Brenden Dillon supports the charity HEROS.
The San Jose Sharks re-signed forwards Dylan Gambrell and Antti Suomela on Thursday.