Canes' Martinook, de Haan have offseason surgeries
Sharks Face Elimination After 5-0 Loss At The Shark Tank
Kiet Do was at the Shark Tank in San Jose as the team suffered a demoralizing loss on Sunday. The Sharks are now down 3-2 to St. Louis in the Western Conference Finals. (5-19-2019)
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Sharks Super Fans Undaunted by Friday Loss to Blues
Although fans left a free watch party at Avaya Stadium disappointed, they said they weren’t yet discouraged. Maria Medina reports from San Jose. (5-17-19)
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Dennis O'Donnell Returns To Portland
KPIX Sports Director Dennis O'Donnell returns to Portland for the first time since the "We Believe" Warriors clinched a playoff berth on the final night of the 2006-07 regular season. The current..
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Warriors Rally to Take 2-0 Series Lead Over Blazers
Warriors Rally to Take 2-0 Series Lead Over Blazers The Golden State Warriors trailed by as many as 17 points but came back to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers 114-111 on Thursday night. The Warriors..
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Will the Sharks come back and win the Western Conference finals? Our panel debates whether San Jose can come back from another 3-2 deficit, and the players who will have to step up for it to happen again. ESPN 5 hours ago Also reported by • FOX Sports • Seattle Times
Binnington sparkles again, Blues top Sharks to tie series ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jordan Binnington made 29 saves to set a franchise record with his 10th playoff win this postseason and the St. Louis Blues edged the San Jose... Seattle Times 4 days ago Also reported by • USATODAY.com • FOX Sports
Blues tie series at two games apiece with 2-1 victory over Sharks The St. Louis Blues edged the San Jose Sharks 2-1 on Friday night to even the Western Conference final at two games apiece. FOX Sports 4 days ago Also reported by • USATODAY.com Avalanche re-signing Mikko Rantanen would make him team’s highest-paid player at about $7.5 million per year Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic held a season-ending news conference Tuesday, less than a week after his team lost Game 7 of a Western Conference semifinal... Denver Post 1 week ago