Based out of San Jose, California, the San Jose Sharks are a professional ice hockey team that competes in the National Hockey League (NHL), specifically in the Pacific Division as part of the Western Conference. The team is owned by San Jose Sports & Entertainment Enterprises. The San Jose Sharks are a professional ice hockey team that plays in the National Hockey League (NHL) and are based in San Jose, California. The Sharks joined the NHL as an expansion franchise for the beginning of the 1991–92 season, initially playing at the Cow Palace before moving to their current home, now known as SAP Center at San Jose, in 1993; locally known as "the Shark Tank." The Sharks are affiliated with two teams from other leagues: the American Hockey League's (AHL) San Jose Barracuda and ECHL's Wichita Thunder. The Sharks have never won the Stanley Cup in their 25-year existence, but they have made the playoffs 19 times, winning six division titles and reaching the Conference Finals five times. They lost to the eventual champions in each of those Conference Finals appearances. The Sharks' home games are played at SAP Center in San Jose, while their practice facilities and offices are in nearby Oakland and Santa Clara. The Sharks began to play during the 1991–92 season, co-existing with the San Francisco Shamrocks of the then-busy Bay Area hockey scene that included the Oakland Skates, San Francisco Spiders and Golden Gate Spitfires. The Sharks were placed in the Campbell Conference's West Division. The Sharks' first season was not a success, as they finished last in their division with a 27–47–7 record. In the Sharks' second season, 1992–93, they again finished last in their division with a 23–51–6 record. The team started to rebuild by acquiring forward Owen Nolan from the Colorado Avalanche, among other players. The Sharks qualified for the playoffs for the first time in franchise history in 1994, as they finished the regular season in second place in the West Division with a record of 43–27–12. They lost in the first round to the top-seeded Detroit Red Wings in a five-game series. The Sharks qualified for the playoffs for the second consecutive year in 1995, this time as the fifth seed in the Western Conference with a 42–30–8 record. They again lost in the first round, this time to the fourth-seeded Chicago Blackhawks in a seven-game series. In 1996, the Sharks finally won their first playoff series when they defeated the St. Louis Blues in seven games in the first round of the playoffs. The Sharks made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2016 but lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins, and a third team that was not disclosed acquired Kyle McLaren in a three-way trade. Ice hockey fans, rejoice! Buy cheap San Jose Sharks tickets and mark your calendar! We are committed to making your ticket purchase experience easy and secure so you can focus on what matters, enjoying the event. Buy cheap ice hockey tickets for your friends and family. Act quickly before San Jose Sharks tickets sell out! Let’s get started, shall we? Select an upcoming event, pick your seats, add your payment information and you’re done! Check your inbox, your tickets will be ready in a matter of minutes! All purchases are 100% guaranteed. All canceled events will result in a full refund. Ticket prices may be above or below face value. If you run into any problems, contact Yadara’s first-class customer support team. We are committed to providing hassle-free support, so you can focus on creating memories.