The average price for San Jose Shark tickets for the regular NHL season has fluctuated over the past few seasons. The highest average Sharks ticket price was $108 during the 2011-2012 season, with the lowest being $46 during the 2014-2015 season. The current average ticket price for the San Jose Sharks’ 2016-2017 season is $55, which is a slight increase compared to the previous season.
(Data updated 11/10/2016)
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2016 Sharks Season Preview
The 2016-2017 San Jose Sharks schedule is set and the Sharks are coming off of their most successful season in franchise history. The Sharks were the Western Conference champions for the 2015-2016 season and they reached the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in franchise history. The Sharks fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a 4-2 series, however you can be sure they will want to pick up where they left off this season and take home the Cup. The Sharks have acquired David Schlemko, Mikkel Boedker, and Dan Kelly in free agency during the off-season.TicketCity is the place to go for San Jose Sharks tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Sharks at SAP Center, or supporting San Jose on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all San Jose Sharks tickets, including home and away games.
San Jose Sharks Hockey at SAP Center Address: 525 W Santa Clara St, San Jose, California, 95113
The San Jose Sharks play all their home games at the SAP Center at San Jose, located in San Jose, California. When filled to capacity, the “Shark Tank” holds over 17,500 screaming loyal Sharks fans. The SAP Center at San Jose is also the home of San Jose SaberCats of the Arena Football League. On average, the Sap Center hosts 19 events a year. The San Jose Sharks home bench is on the SAP Center rink side in front of section 101. SAP Center parking information is covered in our Sharks event guide.
Sharks vs. Ducks
The Ducks came into the NHL in 1993, and it was a natural rivalry between northern and southern California almost right away. They two faced off in first round of the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs, where the Ducks won in six games. The Sharks won Game 5 in OT to force it back to Anaheim, but lost 4-1 in Game 6.
Sharks vs. Kings
As two expansion clubs of the 1960s, these two teams had to do a lot to prove to the Northeastern teams they belonged in the NHL, including being the best in California. At the time of expansion, they were the only two teams west of the Mississippi River and were basically created to play each other to reduce travel time and costs. The Kings recently beat the Sharks in seven games in the playoffs, so you can expect the rivalry to be even more heated in the upcoming season.
San Jose Sharks in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs
Believe it or not the Sharks were not the Bay Area’s first NHL team as the California Golden Seals were tenants for 9 failed seasons throughout the 70s and 80s. Enter the San Jose Sharks in 1991. The Sharks have become one of the NHL’s most recently successful teams, rattling off 8 consecutive playoff appearances as well as back-to-back Conference Finals in 2010/2011.
2015 San Jose Sharks Season Preview
For the first time since 2003, the San Jose Sharks missed the playoffs last season, and the Sharks will look to rebound and start another playoff run in 2015. The Sharks made moves last season to retool an aging roster, and have their sights set on this season for those moves to pay off. The Sharks went out and got highly touted goalie Martin Jones, who has the potential to morph into a solid #1 netminder. Other key new faces will be Paul Martin and Joel Ward who will add a veteran presence to San Jose’s defensive and offensive lines. The Sharks are still reeling from a 3-0 series collapse against the rival Kings two years ago. If time and the new roster moves are enough for the Sharks to put that disappointment behind them, then the San Jose Sharks have a legitimate shot at reaching the playoffs in 2015.
2014 San Jose Sharks Season Preview
The regular season and the first 3 games of the 2013 NHL quarterfinals could not have gone much better for the San Jose Sharks hockey team. The Sharks finished the regular season with 51 wins and were tied for the 3rd highest points total in the Western Conference. They then took on rival Los Angeles Kings in the quarterfinals and jumped out to a commanding 3-0 series lead. That was when the wheels fell off, and the Sharks proceeded to lose 4 in a row to end their season. The biggest questions surrounding the Sharks in 2014 will be leadership. Longtime captain Joe Thornton was stripped of his captain title following their first round playoff collapse, and it is yet to be seen how he will respond to his new role. Another big question mark will be in the net as Alex Stalock looks to push former starter Antti Niemi for the starting job. The additions of John Scott and Taylor Fedun were meant to add some toughness that the Sharks simply lacked in the final four games of last season. The San Jose Sharks have a large amount of talent on their team and should once again be one of the teams to beat in the Western Conference in 2014.
2013 San Jose Sharks Season Preview
The Sharks are trying to get better after falling in the conference semifinals to the Kings last season in 7 games, and it looks like they’ve done it after a big trade with the Penguins to gain the services of Tyler Kennedy. They’ll also be relying on the squad’s youth, as Tomas Hertl is looked upon as a solid contributor and the Sharks best prospect. A lot this season will sit on the shoulders of Antti Niemi, as he’ll have to lead early on or risk losing his job to newcomer Alex Stalock. San Jose has only one home stand of more than two consecutive games through the end of January, when the Jets, Wild and Kings come into the Bay area late into the month. Before then, they’ll welcome in Red Wings and Bruins on Jan. 9th and 11th, respectively.
2012 San Jose Sharks Season Preview
This is a mismatch at first glance, but if San Jose can find a way to crack Ken Hitchcock’s defense there might be some room for the Sharks to get past the Blues. With Dany Heatley shipped off to Minnesota and Jamie McGinn to Colorado, San Jose will look to new additions Daniel Winnik and Martin Havlat for some more punch in the offense. They’ll need to top a solid core of Blues that includes Jamie Langenbrunner and Jason Arnott, who were once traded for each other and have six combined championships.
2011 San Jose Sharks Season Preview
The Sharks’ start to the 2010-11 season was a disastrous one for a team many picked to win the Stanley Cup. After stumbling out of the gate and eventually falling to the 12th in the West, they righted the ship and eventually finished 2nd overall. They would knock out a rival Kings team and the Red Wings from the playoffs before getting booted by Vancouver, but the team knew that changes had to be made if they were going get past the Western Conference Finals. They decided that Minnesota was a one-stop shop for them, picking up Brent Burns and speedster Martin Havlat from the Wild. How they will replace the now-current Wild players Dany Heatley and Devin Setoguchi remains to be seen—their ceilings aren’t as high, but the Havlat and Burns duo bring a sense of physicality and speed that wasn’t on the team before. With Logan Coture pegged to fill Setoguchi’s skates, the team is looking to finally make the run for the Cup with a cupboard filled with one of the most talented rosters in the NHL.
2010 San Jose Sharks Season Preview
The San Jose Sharks edged out eventual Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks for the number one seed in the Western Conference last season, but they were swept by Chicago in the conference finals. San Jose returns a lot of talent from last year's team, and should be among the top contenders out west once again. The offense will likely be the Sharks strong point this year, much as was the case last season. Joe Thornton is back off of an impressive 89 point campaign, and will be joined by a number of strong goal scorers. Dany Heatley and Patrick Marleau can both provide goals when called upon, and Joe Pavelski is certainly a viable option as well. Despite the loss of Manny Malhotra, the Sharks should be able to net plenty of goals. While their offense is strong, the defense has several question marks. The retirement of veteran Rob Blake was a big hit as he provided leadership and strong defense, and San Jose will have to rely on Dan Boyle and Jason Demers to shut down opposing forwards. The goaltending duties will likely fall to Antti Niemi and Antero Niittymaki, both of whom are solid, but not elite netminders.
San Jose Sharks - 12/7/2016
The Sharks lost to the Ottawa Senators in their most recent game, however their record is still strong at 15-10-1, and they are currently 2nd in the Pacific Division.