The San Jose Sharks are a professional ice hockey team based in San Jose, California, United States. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). They play their home games at the HP Pavilion at San Jose, known locally as the Shark Tank.
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... These are the salaries for the San Jose Sharks ... Year Team payroll % change Median salary Top paid player(s) Highest salary 1998–99 $35,600,000 1999–2000 $37,600,000 5.62% 2000–01 $42,070,000 11.89% $1,050,000 Teemu Selanne $8,000,000 2001–02 $48,550,000 15.40% $1,300,000 Teemu Selanne $9,500,000 2002–03 $37,539,200 -22.68% $1,300,000 Teemu Selanne $6,500,000 2003–04 $34,455,000 -8.22% $1,200,000 Vincent Damphousse $4,000,000 2005–06 $31,005,400 -10.01% $684,000 Joe Thornton $6,600,000 2006–07 $43,856,000 41.45% $787,500 Joe Thornton $6,670,000 2007–08 $41,454,800 -5.48% $800,000 Joe Thornton $6,670,000 ...
1996 2003 Chuck Grillo 1996 ... Jack Ferreira 1992 ... San Jose Sharks Founded in 1991 Based in San Jose, California Franchise Team General managers Coaches Players ... Louis Blues Vancouver Canucks San Jose Sharks ...
4 of the 2007 Stanley Cup Western Conference Semifinals between the Detroit Red Wings and the San Jose Sharks, a Sharks fan threw a 4-foot leopard shark onto the ice at the HP Pavilion at San Jose after the Sharks ... Western Conference Semifinals between the Detroit Red Wings and San Jose Sharks, a small shark was tossed to the ice with an octopus inside its mouth ...
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