We’ll first take a look at the most relevant statistics. In the tables below, you’ll find a whole host of interesting angles from which to base your betting ideas. Both team and player-based statistics are covered, to ensure that you have the widest range of options to choose from, when it comes to your next wager on sports betting apps. Make sure to spend some time browsing these stats before taking a look at the odds, to maximize your chances of a payout.
Before placing your bets, check out our up-to-date Sharks goalie stats:
Take a look at the latest San Jose Sharks skater stats here:
Here are the latest and best San Jose Sharks sports betting offers:
We’ve used only the most tried and trusted NHL betting apps for our price and offer comparisons, to ensure that you feel safe and secure on your chosen site. By only taking the best possible odds and offers available, you’ll give yourself every possible chance of being a successful, price-savvy bettor. To help you on your way, we’ll often provide you with our own suggested NHL picks, through our PickFinder tool.
Between our picks, and your own access to all of the tools on this page, you have everything you need to start you off on your NHL betting journey. Good luck!
Check out the latest odds for the next San Jose Sharks game:
The San Jose Sharks have yet to win a Stanley Cup in their three decades in the league. If you think this year could be their year, you can check out their odds of winning below:
Here are the latest odds for the San Jose Sharks to win the Western Conference:
Starting goalies, injuries and suspensions are all factored into the odds on USA sports betting sites. Before you bet, take a look at our NHL starting lineups page.
NHL player prop betting is more popular than ever. Take a look at the best San Jose Sharks player props for their upcoming games.
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The San Jose Sharks came into existence in 1991, as the National Hockey League looked to expand south into the so-called sunshine states. The first new franchise in over a decade, the Sharks would be followed by the Senators, Lightning, Panthers and soon-to-be state rivals, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, later the Anaheim Ducks.
Although they have never achieved their ultimate goal of winning a Stanley Cup, the Sharks have been successful in their first three decades in the league, winning six Pacific Division titles and a Presidents’ Trophy, as well as a Conference Championship in 2015-16. The latter would see the Sharks face Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Finals, eventually losing in six games.
San Jose has been home to some of the most talented players in the league over the past 30-plus years. Patrick Marleau, now the all-time leader in games played in the NHL, spent the vast majority of his time as a Shark, scoring 1,111 points in 1,607 games in teal, including over 500 goals and 500 assists. Marleau is one of only five players to have reached 500 goals and assists, as well as 1700 NHL games, alongside hockey royalty Jaromir Jagr, Ron Francis, Mark Messier and Gordie Howe. Marleau’s No. 12 jersey was retired in February 2023, and was the first Sharks jersey to hang in the rafters at the “shark tank”.
Joe Thornton played 15 seasons with the Sharks, scoring 1,055 points in 1,104 games. Thornton won the 2005-06 Art Ross as the league’s top point scorer, amassing 125 points between the Boston Bruins and the Sharks, following his mid-season trade to San Jose. Thornton also won the Hart Trophy the same year, as the league’s most valuable player.