The 2016-2017 San Jose Sharks were able to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs yet again, but were unable to defend their Western Conference title, disappointingly falling to the Edmonton Oilers in the first round. However, don't expect this team to go away any time soon; these Sharks will be chomping at the bit to hoist the Stanley Cup in 2017-18. The tandem of Brent Burns and Joe Pavelski will continue to lead the team as they did last season, scoring 76 and 68 points, respectively. Defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic and Burns form one of the best defensive duos in the NHL. First-year Sharks Mikkel Boedker and David Schlemko had productive seasons on the ice. The Sharks toughened up their backline by adding tenacious former Flames forward Brandon Bollig in a one-year deal. Now that head coach Peter DeBoer and his new system have settled in, the Sharks look primed to remain relevant for years to come.
The SAP Center, better known to Sharks fans as the Shark Tank, is one of the most exciting places to watch NHL hockey. Private suites at the SAP Center provides the perfect setting for entertaining clients, employees or having fun with friends and family. There are two level of luxury suites at the SAP Center including Concourse suites and Penthouse suites. Both suite levels will feature first-class amenities such as HDTVs, Wi-Fi, upscale furnishing, interior lounge seating, exterior premium seating and a dedicated suite attendant for any game day necessities. In advance to your game, you also get your luxury box fully catered. Other amenities included with a Sharks suite include VIP parking, exclusive access to private clubs and private entry into the SAP Center. Suites will come 12 tickets with an option to purchase up to 6 additional tickets. Concourse suites are going to wrap around rink and be located above the 100 level seating sections. Penthouse suites are located above the 200 level seating sections. Both suite options offer an unforgettable VIP experience at the Shark Tank.
Find out if the Sharks have what it takes to get back in the Stanley Cup Finals and this year, think about renting a skybox suite for one of the games. Experience Sharks hockey in VIP style!