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San Jose Sharks Hockey Tickets

Get ready to bite the competition with San Jose Sharks tickets! The San Jose Sharks joined the National Hockey League in 1991. The team originally played their home games at the Cow Palace before relocating to the SAP Center at San Jose, which is commonly referred to as the Shark Tank by fans of the team. The team has had success over the years with a Presidents’ Trophy, Western Conference championship and multiple Pacific Division championships. The team has qualified for the Stanley Cup Playoffs over 20 times and made their first appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals in 2016.

The Sharks have three major rivals in the Pacific Division, the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings and Vegas Golden Knights. These teams have had many battles on the ice during the regular season and in the NHL playoffs. Several players in the Hockey Hall of Fame spent time on the Sharks’ roster including Ed Belfour, Rob Blake and Igor Larionov. Secure your San Jose Sharks tickets today and do The Chomp at SAP Center at 525 W Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113.

San Jose Sharks Ticket Prices

The Sharks are the only major league hockey team in the San Francisco Bay Area. This creates a high demand that can affect San Jose Sharks ticket prices during the regular season. Other factors that will affect the Sharks ticket prices for home games include their opponent, the team’s place in the division standings and the seating location inside the SAP Center.

How much are San Jose Sharks tickets?

Fans can attend a San Jose Sharks games for as cheap as $20. The average price of a ticket for a Sharks game during the NHL regular season is around $55 to $70. San Jose Sharks ticket prices will fluctuate during the season with the team’s success often dictating the base price of hockey tickets. Rinkside tickets in the first three rows behind the glass will be the most expensive options for a normal hockey ticket. The SAP Center also offers all-inclusive seating options in suites and the BMW Lounge, which will come at a premium price for a luxury hockey game experience.

San Jose Sharks Dates & Schedule

The San Jose Sharks schedule will kick off in September with the NHL preseason. The preseason will feature six to eight exhibition matchups in order for coaches and managers to get their players some live in-game reps and to work out the line order. The team will then begin the NHL regular season in October. The Sharks will play a grueling 82-game schedule until April. Half of the games will take place at SAP Center, while the remainder will be away games that are played on the road.

Throughout the season, the team will play multiple games against Pacific Division opponents including the Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks and Arizona Coyotes. If the Sharks finish the regular season in the top three of their division or qualify for one of the two Western Conference wildcard spots, the team will go on to compete in the Stanley Cup playoffs beginning in April. The playoff tournament consists of multiple rounds of best-of-seven series to determine a champion of each conference that will then meet up in the Stanley Cup Finals in June.

When do San Jose Sharks tickets go on sale?

The NHL will finalize and announce the full season schedule for the following season a week or two after the Stanley Cup Finals in June. San Jose Sharks tickets will go on sale at TicketSmarter within a day or two of the season schedule announcement. You are also able to secure NHL Preseason tickets as well at that time.

San Jose Sharks Seating Chart

SAP Center at San Jose first opened in 1993 as the San Jose Arena. Upon opening, it became the permanent home of the San Jose Sharks. The team’s American Hockey League affiliate, the San Jose Barracuda, also plays their home games at the arena. SAP Center was built to the NHL’s specifications with optimal views of the ice from any seating location and a capacity of 17,562 for hockey games.

The San Jose Sharks seating chart features a lower 100-level and upper 200-level bowl that surrounds the entire ice rink. Section 101 will place fans directly behind both team’s benches while section 115 will place fans behind the penalty box. Sections 102 through 114 and 202 through 214 will have a great view of the goal where the Sharks will attack during the first and third periods. Seating will be more expensive in the lower levels and closer to the glass than in the upper levels. Use TicketSmarter’s interactive seating map to create your own virtual San Jose Sharks ticket office experience that will help you find the perfect seats for your next San Jose Sharks hockey game.

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