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San Jose Sharks 2014 News and Updates
4/17/14 – The Sharks will face familiar playoff foes and California rivals Los Angeles Kings
in the first round of the NHL playoffs. San Jose is looking to win its first Stanley Cup in franchise history; but first they’ll have to best a tough Division Semifinals opponent (LA owns the regular season record 3-2). San Jose Sharks Stanley Cup playoff tickets
in the first round are averaging just $159 over four potential home games at the SAP – Game 1 ($126), Game 2 ($131), Game 5 ($159), and Game 7 ($208). Interested in traveling down to So Cal to support the Sharks on the road? Los Angeles Kings playoff tickets for the Division Semifinals round are averaging $180 over three games – Game 3 ($162), Game 4 ($168), and Game 6 ($224).
4/7/14 – San Jose has lost six of their last ten and need a win over division-leading Anaheim Wednesday to have a chance at the Pacific Division title. Not only is first place at stake, but so too is positioning in the first round of the playoffs. While the Sharks did outscore the Los Angeles Kings Thursday 2-1, a meeting in the opening round would not be favorable. The midweek showdown will be played in So Cal following four days of rest for the Sharks. Will rookie Thomas Hertl make his return? Sharks vs. Ducks tickets start at just $29. Back at the shark tank Friday, San Jose Sharks tickets are a bit pricier when Colorado visits the SAP (get-in $89).
4/1/14 – The recently-struggling San Jose Sharks will look to get back on track Tuesday when they welcome the Edmonton Oilers to the SAP. Despite losing four of their last five, the Sharks have already locked up a NHL Playoff spot and are just three points behind Anaheim for the division title. San Jose Sharks tickets start at $27 for tonight’s meeting against the last-placed West contenders. Prices are a bit steeper for Thursday’s game (min $45) when division foes Los Angeles Kings come to town and Saturday (min $47) vs. Nashville. With the toughest part of their regular-season schedule (15 games in 28 days) behind them, San Jose is focused on getting healthy before the start of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
3/24/14 – The Sharks are close to clinching their tenth straight playoff appearance but couldn’t pull it off Saturday against the Capitals. Washington beat San Jose in a shootout and recorded their first win against the Sharks in more than twenty years. With a point in either of their next two games on the road, the San Jose Sharks will be in the postseason. The road trip to Canada comes in one of the toughest stretches for the Sharks who will return to the SAP Thursday to take on the Winnipeg Jets (avg. $63).
3/18/14 – The Sharks beat the Rangers 1-0 Sunday for their sixth consecutive victory. Antti Niemi recorded his fourth shutout after stopping 41 shots in arguably his best game of the season. The goaltender will start his third straight, at home tonight, against the Florida Panthers in the cheapest game remaining at the SAP Center. The Sharks are tied atop the Pacific Division with the Anaheim Ducks with 97 points; the foes will play Thursday (avg. $97) in San Jose. San Jose Sharks playoff tickets are available for the Western Conference First Round; the four (potential) home games average $164.
3/10/14 – San Jose will complete their home stretch at the SAP tomorrow night versus the Maple Leafs (avg. $79). Following Wednesday’s trade deadline, in which the Sharks let pass without any major deals, San Jose rallied to beat the best in the East, Penguins (5-3) Thursday, and then shut out the Canadiens two nights later. After Tuesday’s game against Toronto, the team will embark on a three-game road trip where they’ll face the Blue Jackets, Islanders, and Rangers.
3/3/14 – Following three road games for the Sharks after the Olympics, San Jose will finally return home for five straight. The Sharks returned from the break with a 7-3 win over the Flyers, before being stunned by the Sabres in an emotional farewell game for Ryan Miller and Steve Ott. The team bounced back last night with a win over New Jersey and will face Carolina Tuesday. Logan Couture and Raffi Torres are finally back in the San Jose Sharks’ lineup so Sharks’ fans have a lot to look forward to!
2/25/14 - The Sharks will get Logan Couture and Raffi Torres back from injury, which should help San Jose offensively. Heading into post-Olympic play, the Sharks lead the League with an average of 34.9 shots on goal per game, 7.2 more than they allow. While they are a distant second to Anaheim, San Jose holds a substantial lead over the next-best LA Kings in the Division which should translate to the Sharks locking up home ice in the first round of the NHL Playoffs; the team is 22-4-3 at the SAP this season.
2/19/14 - The Sharks are ready to attack when they get back on the ice post-Olympics. Currently fifth in the league in points and seven points behind first-place Anaheim in the Pacific Division, the team returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since the Olympic break with previously injured Logan Couture (hand), Raffi Torres (ACL), Tyler Kennedy (lower-body), and Matt Nieto (foot) participating. The mostly healthy team has 23 games left on its schedule and will play three straight on the road. The first game back at the SAP Center (3/4) will be played against the Carolina Hurricanes and is the cheapest game remaining on the San Jose Sharks home slate.
2/3/14 – The Sharks beat the Blackhawks in a shootout Saturday night in front of a home crowd. The win followed a three game losing streak in which San Jose scored just one goal. With their next three games at SAP Center, fans can experience the Pacific Division’s second place team at an affordable price. Always dangerous at home, San Jose Sharks tickets are averaging $68 against the Philadelphia Flyers (2/3), $63 versus the Dallas Stars (2/5), and $89 against the Columbus Blue Jackets (2/7) in their final game before the Olympic break.
1/29/14 – Backup goalie Alex Stalock extended his streak to 178:55 without allowing a goal Monday, earning himself a place in the record books. The Bay area team has won four of their last five and is looking to capitalize on their momentum on their next two road games against the Oilers and Flames. The last time the Sharks played the two Canadian teams, they picked up two points against each. After a successful outdoor game in Los Angeles over the weekend, don’t be surprised if a future Stadium Series game is in Northern California’s future. The Sharks have been vocal in expressing interest in hosting an NHL outdoor game.
San Jose Sharks 2013-2014 Season
The Sharks narrowly missed the 2013 Western Conference Finals after losing in Game 7 on the road against the Kings, who finished only 2 points ahead of San Jose in the regular season. With key contributors Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, and Dan Boyle all in the last years of their contract, this may be the team’s last opportunity to win with their current core. Sharks home tickets for the upcoming season are currently averaging $222. Averaging $258, the 2/1 game against the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks
is the most expensive game at the Shark Tank.
After the three division leaders in the National Hockey League's Western Conference — record-setting Chicago in the Central; Anaheim in the Pacific, and Vancouver in the Northwest — just six points separate the next 11 teams, from fourth place to 14th. Smack dab in the middle of this logjam, scrambling for playoff positioning, are the San Jose Sharks. The Sharks got off to a hot start to begin the lockout-shortened 2013 season, but have won just once in their last 10 games. Defensively the Sharks are one of the league's top squads, and with an effective penalty-kill unit; but as a team are struggling to light the lamp. Individually, however, center Patrick Marleau is among league leaders in goal-scoring; as well as leading the Sharks team in goals and overall points (goals plus assists). Another Sharks center, Joe Thornton, leads the squad in assists, and is even with Marleau on points; while a third center, Joe Pavelski, is not far behind in team leaders Marleau and Thornton. Defensively, goaltender Antti Niemi is among the league leaders in save percentage and goals-against average, allowing slightly under two goals per game; meanwhile, winger Ryane Clowe is one of the league's top enforcers, collecting penalty minutes at a furious clip. Coach Tom McLellan has to be hoping his team turns things around and makes a move to break away from the pack, as do the HP Pavilion faithful.
San Jose Sharks hockey tickets average $116 at home, placing the Sharks just outside the ten most popular NHL teams this season. What's the hottest Sharks ticket in 2013? Upcoming home games on the San Jose Sharks schedule feature the Nashville Predators (3/2), LA Kings (3/14), Anaheim Ducks (3/27), and Detroit Red Wings (3/28). The matchup with the Calgary Flames on April 5th is the most expensive remaining home game, with an average tickets price of $130. Sharks hockey fans on a budget will find cheap San Jose Sharks tickets in the $40-$60 range at most home games, depending on the opponent. Are the Sharks popular on the road too? Not so much. In fact, Sharks tickets average just $78 — the cheapest away game NHL tickets this season.