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San Jose Sharks present plans for ice rink in Gilroy

Gilroy could have a new ice rink by fall 2026, according to a presentation at the City Council meeting Monday night.  The master plan of...

South County native wins NHL game in San Jose

As a young boy, Gilroy native Dustin Wolf went to San Jose Sharks games with his parents. On April 9, Wolf started an NHL...

Hometown star makes it big on the ice

Gilroy native and professional ice hockey goalie Dustin Wolf was selected to his second straight American Hockey League All-Star team.  All-star events took place in...

Seeing Red: Sunshine and Sports

It’s June and that marks the start of my favorite season: summer.

Seeing Red: Shark infested waters

SAN JOSE — As soon as the 2013-2014 San Jose Sharks schedule was released, I quickly skimmed it looking for the day the Chicago Blackhawks would be in town.

NHL: Hertl’s four goals lead Sharks past New York 9-2

SAN JOSE – Stepping outside of the Pacific Division for the first time this season did little to deter the streaking San Jose Sharks Tuesday night.

COLUMN: The NHL is only hurting itself

I think it’s about time to realize the leadership of the National Hockey League might not have a good grasp on reality. Because why else would those in charge try so hard to ruin the sport they run?

Frustration – and love – for the teal and black

The year was 1991 and it could be summed up in one word: Anticipation. It was exciting, but I knew it would take time for the San Jose Sharks to build some credibility, to build a team that was a contender for Lord Stanley’s Cup.