This week's Player Q&A features Chris Tierney, a forward for the San Jose Sharks who hails from Keswick, Ontario.
For Logan Couture, the opportunity was a perfect fit. On August 16 in London, Ont., the 28-year-old San Jose centreman will host the first annual All-in for Brain Research charity event at Centennial Hall.
When words aren't enough, there's always a full-page newspaper ad! How the San Jose Sharks paid tribute to the end of an era.
In this edition of My Top 5, Couture tees up five people he’d like to play a round of golf with, a list that includes an MLB star and a San Jose teammate.
Patrick Marleau now joins a Maple Leafs team that features some of the best young players in the game. Here’s a look at some of Marleau’s most impressive numbers.
Brent Burns is a first-time Ted Lindsay Award finalist and is the first defenceman to be voted a finalist in 17 years. Burns set single-season franchise records with the San Jose Sharks for goals and points by a defenceman.
Joe Pavelski (2-1—3) helped the San Jose Sharks get off on the right foot in a 7-0 win Tuesday by scoring 15 seconds into the first period of Game 4 to set a franchise record for fastest goal to start a playoff game, helping to even their First Round series against the Edmonton Oilers.
It’s a scene Patrick Marleau never tires of: four young players, a few errand high sticks, a couple of disputes and one good time had by all.
When it comes to Chris Tierney lending a helping hand, it’s not a question of, ‘What does he do?’ In this instance, it’s more appropriate to ask, ‘What doesn’t he do?
Joel Ward tells us why he wears number 42, his favourite cartoon as a kid and his immense love for Monopoly in this edition of In The Locker Room
NHLPA.com caught up with Sharks forward Logan Couture for some 'this or that' questions.
It was a milestone in the making since his debut for the San Jose Sharks in 1997.
Logan Couture put up three points help the Sharks send the series back to San Jose.
Joonas Donskoi roofed the overtime winning goal to give San Jose life in the Stanley Cup Final
Clutch playoff performer Joel Ward had two goals in Game 6 to help the Sharks reach the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in their history
Joe Pavelski led the way with three points in Game 5 as the Sharks took a 3-2 series lead
Tomas Hertl potted two goals to help the Sharks win Game 3 and take a 2-1 series lead
Martin Jones posted a shutout to help the Sharks tie up the Western Conference Final at a game a piece
Logan Couture is hitting his stride and has helped the Sharks reach the Western Conference Final
Sharp dressed man Brent Burns helped lead the Sharks to a Game 4 victory and a 3-1 series lead