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After winning their first-ever Western Conference championship in the 2015-2016 season, the San Jose Sharks were disappointed to lose the Stanley Cup Finals series in six games to the Pittsburgh Penguins. As the new NHL season gears up, however, team captain Joe Pavelski, head coach Peter DeBoer, and returning players like Paul Martin, Joel Ward and Martin Jones will join forces with newcomers David Schlemko and Mikal Boedker in their quest for another record-breaking season. With 45 games on the home schedule, you have plenty of chances to cheer on the Sharks at the SAP Center, better known as the Shark Tank. We also have a great selection of seats available for away games. Don’t miss a single slap shot or power play—get your tickets now!
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The San Jose Sharks battled it out with the Oilers in Game 1 of the first round of playoffs on April 12. The Oilers scored two goals in the first period to draw ahead. Then, the Sharks found their groove. Joel Ward scored in the second period and Paul Martin scored in the third to equalize and send the game into overtime. Then, Melker Karlsson found the net to draw the Sharks ahead, and they were able to defeat the Oilers. However, the Sharks fell in the next two games, so they are now behind 1-2 in the series. The two teams play at least twice more. Get your tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $219.
The San Jose Sharks could not have had a better start to their NHL Playoffs’ appearance. They were the underdogs in the first game of the Western Conference Quarterfinals, where they were forced to take on the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Place. The Sharks didn’t let the pressure get to them, however, even when the game was tied 2-2 at the end of the third period. In the overtime minutes that followed, Melker Karlsson was able to score a lone, unanswered goal to give San Jose the come-from-behind win. Find out if they can keep the momentum going on Sunday, April 16, when the series comes to SAP Center. Tickets are $65 and up.
It’s being portrayed as one of the biggest games of the season, but the San Jose Sharks aren’t letting the hype throw them off. Like Edmonton, their Thursday night opponents, they’ve already secured a spot in the playoffs, but it’s home ice advantage that’s up for grabs. The Sharks are choosing to stay focused on getting out of their current 3-8 slump, which comes at a bad time with just two more games on the regular season schedule. They’ll head into the postseason following their finale against the Calgary Flames on Saturday, April 8, at the SAP Center. We have great seats available for purchase today for $109 and up.
To the dismay of fans everywhere, it seems the San Jose Sharks are doing everything in their power to miss out on the upcoming NHL Playoffs. They have lost six of their last seven games, with the only exception to the losing-streak coming on Tuesday night against the New York Rangers. To the Sharks’ credit, that win was an impressive one. San Jose took their formidable opponent into overtime where they ultimately won the game 5-4. The Sharks now have just three home games left in regular season, starting with the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday, April 4. Tickets are currently on sale and available for prices starting at just $21.
With the end of the regular season just a few weeks away, the San Jose Sharks are in a good position to not only reach the NHL playoffs put to claim the top spot in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. Heading into its March 24 game at Dallas, the Sharks were atop their division with a 42-24-7 mark. The Sharks had 91 points at that juncture, four more than second-place Edmonton.
As of March 24, the Sharks hadn’t yet wrapped up a playoff berth, but that accomplishment appears to be a foregone conclusion baring a complete collapse. San Jose would be in complete command of the division had it not lost four straight from March 16 to March 21.
The San Jose Sharks have won their last two games. Their latest victory came against the Sabres on March 14. The Sabres had an early lead after scoring a minute into the game. The Sharks finally found the net in the second period when Joe Pavelski scored, followed by another goal from Michael Haley. Pavelski had another goal in the third period, and Logan Couture scored to ensure the 4-1 victory. Martin Jones helped with 22 saves. The Sharks host the Blues on the 16 and the Ducks on the 18 before they head on the road with a game in Dallas against the Stars on the 20. You still have time to get your tickets on Razorgator, with prices starting at $14.
By beating the Winnipeg Jets on January 24 and notching a sixth-straight victory, the San Jose Sharks have proved to any doubters that this team is still the ruler of the Western Conference. The game was tied late in the third period when San Jose turned to its veteran forward Patrick Marleau, who scored the game-winning goal with less than five minutes to play. This came the night after Marleau had scored four goals in an otherworldly effort against the Colorado Avalanche. The Sharks won’t be satisfied unless the team is making another Stanley Cup appearance, so expect the winning efforts to continue. San Jose hosts the Blackhawks on January 31, and tickets start as low as $41.
January got off to a bit of a rough start for the San Jose Sharks, but they're holding their own in the NHL rankings, coming in at No. 9 halfway through the season. Beating Detroit 6-3 and Edmonton 5-3 got San Jose right back atop the Western Conference division, followed closely by the Ducks, Oilers and the Flames. Things are competitive in the Pacific, so the Sharks have to stay at the top of their game in order to keep themselves in the running for the playoffs. They will face the Blues and the Jets at home this Saturday, Jan. 14, and Monday, Jan. 16. We have great seats on sale now!
The San Jose Sharks started another winning streak after they lost to the Blackhawks on December 19. They beat the Flames on December 20, followed by an overtime victory against the Oilers on the 20. Then, they beat the Ducks in another game that went into overtime. Against the Ducks, the Sharks got on the board first when Paul Martin scored in the first period. After the Ducks equalized, Melker Karisson scored to get ahead. The Ducks tied it up to send the game into overtime, and then Brent Burns scored to win. The Sharks host the Flyers on December 30, and then they will play a home-home series against the Kings on December 31 and January 3. Ticket prices start at $47.
Most rookies in the NHL are lucky if they get some playing time, let alone score the winning goal in a shootout. Well, Kevin LaBanc for the San Jose Sharks was given the opportunity on Wednesday night to seal the deal for the Sharks and he did just that. The Sharks were playing against the Ottawa Senators and each team was able to answer each other’s goals throughout the entire game. The shootout was intense as it came down to the final shot for the Sharks to win the game. See if the Sharks can keep up their winning streak when they take on the Calgary Flames on December 20. Tickets are still available.
Sitting at No. 1 in the Pacific Division of the NHL, the San Jose Sharks are happy coming off Tuesday’s 2-1 overtime win against the Coyotes. Though they were having trouble getting past Arizona’s goalie all night, San Jose got the winning goal less than 30 seconds into the extra minutes. This was the third time the teams have met this season, and Arizona leads the series at 2-1. The Sharks will be squaring off against the Canadiens for the first time this year on Friday, Dec. 2, and it’s a game you don’t want to miss. Get yourself to the SAP Center on time by purchasing your tickets from us now! Great seats start at only $43.
The San Jose Sharks went into a game against the Carolina Hurricanes expecting to pick up a win or at least score some points against a lesser opponent. Unfortunately for Sharks fans, the team did neither. Hurricanes’ goalie Cam Ward got his first shutout in over a year and Carolina went on to win by a final of 1-0. The only goal of the game came off the stick of the Hurricanes’ Joakim Nordstrom late in the third period. San Jose will hope to see more offensive firepower as the team heads back to the Shark Tank for a lengthy home stand, including a game against the Chicago Blackhawks on November 23. Tickets for that showdown start as low as $45.
The San Jose Sharks were the better team for two of the three periods in a November 1 game against the Arizona Coyotes. Unfortunately, the Sharks only scored twice during those dominant stretches, while Arizona was able to put the puck in the net three times in the middle period. Arizona’s goalie managed to rack up 39 saves in the victory and stopped of flurry of shots that came in the game’s final minutes. San Jose is about to hit the road for a few games but will return to the Shark Tank on November 21 for a showdown with the New Jersey Devils. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $20.
It’s never easy to win on the road, and it’s especially hard to steal games in a hostile environment when it comes down to the wire. Nonetheless, that’s exactly what the San Jose Sharks did in New York the other night, beating the Islanders by a score of 3-2 on Joe Pavelski’s game-winning goal with just over two minutes left in the third period. The Sharks used excellent road play last season to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals, and the team is looking to repeat that success here in the 2016-2017 season. The Sharks will be at home to face the Columbus Blue Jackets on October 27, and tickets for that game start as low as $21.
The San Jose Sharks are preparing for the start of the 2016-2017 season, with only weeks until players head to training camp and the preseason games commence. After making it to the playoffs last season, the Sharks will be hungry to come home with the Stanley Cup this year. During the offseason, many lists of player and team rankings have been created, and one is the Top 25 under 25 list. The Sharks' Tomas Hertl ranks at the top of that list, thanks to his major impact on the team currently and in the future. The preseason starts on September 27 with a game against the Canucks in San Jose, and you can still get your tickets for $15.