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September 30, 2020

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Commemorative bench honors Rich Perez

Rich Perez won’t soon be forgotten. Perez, a lifelong Gilroyan and former San Jose Sharks employee, was 64 years old when he...

Sharks are Gilroy Strong

Gena Gonzales was a student at Chico State University when the San Jose Sharks were playing their inaugural season at the Cow Palace 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: Thornton goal in OT lifts Sharks past Wild, 3-2

SAN JOSE – Joe Thornton’s second goal of the game gave the San Jose Sharks a 3-2 overtime victory over the visiting Minnesota Wild.

NHL: Sharks extinguish Flames for fourth straight win

SAN JOSE – San Jose opened a four-game homestand on a solid note Monday night, pushing past Pacific Division rival Calgary 3-2 at sold-out SAP Center.

Sharks rally for shootout win over Avalanche, 5-4

SAN JOSE – San Jose forced overtime with a goal in the closing seconds, then produced a 2-0 win in the shootout to finish the pre-Christmas portion of the schedule, outlasting the visiting Colorado Avalanche 5-4.

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.