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San Jose Sharks Information

The San Jose Sharks is an American professional ice hockey team. They are a member of the Pacific Division of National Hockey League’s (NHL) Western Conference. The team is based in San Jose, California. The franchise is under the ownership of San Jose Sports & Entertainment Enterprises. The team played its first two seasons at an indoor arena named Cow Palace in Daly City, California. They moved to their new home, San Jose Arena, for the third season 1993-1994. In this season, the Sharks pulled off the most significant turnaround record of 33–35–16 in the history of NHL. In 1994, they made the playoffs for the first time. The San Jose Sharks home ice is located at the SAP Center which was formerly named the HP Pavillion. It makes sense the Sharks home venue would be named after a technology company since they are in the heart of Silicon Valley.
It was founded in 1991 and has won six division titles since 1993 and one President’s Trophy. The members decided to go with the name of sharks inspired by a vast number of sharks in the Pacific Ocean. The San Jose Sharks have a uniform theme of deep pacific teal, black, and burnt orange. The mascot for the team is also a shark named SJ Sharkie. One of the best traditions is Shark’s pre-game entrance scene.

The Hockey Hall of Famers inducted from the team includes Ed Belfour, Rob Blake, Igor Larionov, Sergei Makarov, and Teemu Selanne.
The San Jose Sharks have won a large number of trophies and awards, including Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, James Norris Memorial Trophy, Presidents' Trophy, All-Star Game head coach, Art Ross Trophy, Clarence S. Campbell Bowl, Hart Memorial Trophy, Calder Memorial Trophy, and many more.

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Current coach: Peter DeBoer

Minor league affiliates: San Jose Barracuda (AHL)