San Jose Sharks' Odds

      Looking for the San Jose Sharks next game? We are your source for all the NHL’s action and scores. San Jose Sharks play their home games at the SAP Center. Their home games are all televised from the Pacific Time Zone.

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      Since their debut in 1991, the Sharks have yet to smell Lord Stanley’s blood. The Sharks are one of the few unfortunate franchises that have never won the Stanley Cup, but recently got a taste of the finals. Overall, they have won 6 division championships (2001–02, 2003–04, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11) and won the conference for the first time in 2015-2016. They have seen many great players skate across their ice over the years.

      This includes franchise greats like Patrick Marleau, Joe Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Owen Nolan, Jeff Friesen, Logan Couture, Jonathan Cheechoo, Vincent Damphousse, Marco Sturm, Ryane Clowe.

      San Jose Sharks' Standings

      Here’s a glance at the San Jose Sharks standings. Check out how they’re doing against the rest of the division and the rest of the NHL.


      Bet On San Jose Sharks' Games

      Bet on the Sharks having another awesome year.

      The Western Conference and the pacific division will be wide open next year. So there’s no reason the Sharks can’t get back to the finals and finally taste victory. 

      If you’re new to betting on hockey, you should start off knowing that betting on the away team is not as big of a risk as it would be in the NBA or NFL. The numbers show that home ice is only a significant advantage for the NHL’s best teams. Most teams only win slightly more than half of their home games. So backing the home team won’t get you as far as you like. But it is a good idea to bet against a struggling goalie on the road, nearly every time.

      Also, unlike the NBA, The NHL’s bad teams are still pretty good. The best NHL teams will likely win about 70% of their games. But the bottom class still wins about 30% of their games. This means you may not see the payoff potential you would see elsewhere in other sports when the first place team meets the last place team.

      When planning your bets, always start with the goaltending matchup. And know that good defence and goaltending beats high powered offence in the NHL. Too many Canadian bettors look at offensive trends when planning.