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SAN JOSE SHARKS  AUTHENTIC THIRD BLACK REEBOK EDGE 20 7287 JERSEY SIZE 46

SAN JOSE SHARKS AUTHENTIC THIRD BLACK REEBOK EDGE 20 7287 JERSEY SIZE 46
$239.95

2015 San Jose Sharks NHL Stadium Series REEBOK Premier Jersey Collection Mens

2015 San Jose Sharks NHL Stadium Series REEBOK Premier Jersey Collection Mens
$71.99

San Jose Sharks Golden State Warriors Mashup Jersey XL

San Jose Sharks Golden State Warriors Mashup Jersey XL
$35.00

Vintage San Jose Sharks Koho Sewn Jersey Throwback XL Rare 90s Deadstock

Vintage San Jose Sharks Koho Sewn Jersey Throwback XL Rare 90s Deadstock
$39.99

Vintage NHL CCM San Jose Sharks Alternate Black Jersey XXL

Vintage NHL CCM San Jose Sharks Alternate Black Jersey XXL
$49.99

Brent Burns Reebok San Jose Sharks Hockey Jersey NHL

Brent Burns Reebok San Jose Sharks Hockey Jersey NHL
$104.99

AUTHENTIC San Jose Sharks Brent Burns 2015 Stadium Series Jersey Reebok 56 NWT

AUTHENTIC San Jose Sharks Brent Burns 2015 Stadium Series Jersey Reebok 56 NWT
$229.00

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey San Jose Sharks Tomas Hertl Teal Alt sz M

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey San Jose Sharks Tomas Hertl Teal Alt sz M
$79.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey San Jose Sharks Patrick Marleau White sz 2X

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey San Jose Sharks Patrick Marleau White sz 2X
$69.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey San Jose Sharks Team White sz 3XL

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey San Jose Sharks Team White sz 3XL
$39.99

San Jose Sharks authentic Edge 20 jersey 7287 Reebok 52

San Jose Sharks authentic Edge 20 jersey 7287 Reebok 52
$190.00

Vintage 90s San Jose Sharks Jersey Authentic Center Ice Size 44

Vintage 90s San Jose Sharks Jersey Authentic Center Ice Size 44
$149.00

Starter San Jose Sharks Nhl Hockey Jersey Mens Large

Starter San Jose Sharks Nhl Hockey Jersey Mens Large
$49.99

San Jose Sharks Official Licensed CCM Jersey Size Medium

San Jose Sharks Official Licensed CCM Jersey Size Medium
$50.00

Joe Pavelski  8 San Jose Sharks YOUTH Reebok 2015 Stadium Series Premier Jersey

Joe Pavelski 8 San Jose Sharks YOUTH Reebok 2015 Stadium Series Premier Jersey
$34.99

VTG Authentic Pro Player San Jose Sharks NHL Jersey SZ XL Blank White Big Logo

VTG Authentic Pro Player San Jose Sharks NHL Jersey SZ XL Blank White Big Logo
$55.99



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More About San Jose Sharks Jerseys

Though the California area can hardly be considered a traditional hockey market, the San Jose Sharks had excellent timing when they joined the league at the start of the 1991-92. The trade that sent Wayne Gretzky from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings in 1988 had given Californians hockey fever, a fever that they hadn't had back when the California Golden Seals had tried to make a go of it.

The club elicited opinion from fans as to what the team's moniker should be the most popular selection was actually the blades. However, in the end ownership decided upon Sharks. Strangely enough, the arena the team would play in for the first few seasons was called The Cow Palace, hardly appropriate for a team with a marine animal as its mascot.

The team took highly touted prospect Pat Falloon with their first ever pick, hoping the Spokane Chiefs star would be the face of the franchise for years to come. However, after a decent rookie year in which Falloon scored 59 points the former junior star would never seem to reach his skyhigh potential, and ultimately those 59 points in his rookie campaign would stand up as the most successful statistical year of his career.

With the disappointment of Falloon and a roster devoid of stars, save aging defenseman Doug Wilson, the Sharks struggled mightily out of the gate. They had a horrible first season, and their second campaign was even worse. In that 1992-93 season the Sharks lost an NHL record 71 games, finishing the year with a meager 24 points.

The next season the Sharks didn't just improve, they actually bounced off the bottom, and under new head coach Kevin Constantine, and now playing in the San Jose Arena, the team enjoyed one of the greatest turnarounds in NHL history. The team finished the year with 82 points, an incredible 58 point improvement from the year before, and against all expectations, made the playoffs for the first time. The surprising San Jose Sharks weren't done, however. In the first round, huge underdogs against a loaded Detroit Red Wings team, the Sharks pulled off an upset for the ages, stunning the Wings at home in Joe Louis Arena in game seven to move on to the second round.

In the second round the Sharks almost continued their amazing run, and had the Toronto Maple Leafs on the ropes before the Leafs fought back to capture the series in seven games. As tough as blowing the series lead was, getting as far as they did was no doubt a huge morale boost for the team and its fans.

The following year the Sharks would prove the previous year's run was no fluke. Russian superstars Igor Larionov and Sergei Makorov donned San Jose Sharks jerseys for the second straight season, and their offense, combined with the goaltending of Arturs Irbe, once again led the Sharks to the playoffs in a lockout-shortened season. The Sharks would again pull off a first round upset, this time against the Calgary Flames, before bowing out in round two.

The next two years would mark a rebuilding phase for the Sharks. Makarov left to play in Europe, and Larionov moved on to the Detroit Red Wings. Defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh was also moved, and Irbe was released from the team. To fill the offensive void the club brought in power forward Owen Nolan, and in 1997 drafted Patrick Marleau with the 2nd overall pick. Marleau still remains a Shark and has been a cornerstone of the franchise for more than a decade.

Darryl Sutter Takes the Coaching Reins

The team had another quick resurgence following the arrival of Darryl Sutter - a former player for the Chicago Blackhawks - who took over the head coaching duties prior to the 1997-98 season. The first year under Sutter the team improved by 16 points, reaching the playoffs again. However, they would lose to the Dallas Stars in the first round. The following year they had an almost identical result, finishing the regular season with 2 more points than the year before and then bowing out to the Colorado Avalanche in round one.

Over the next couple of seasons the club really started to show some improvement. With a bevy of talented players that included Nolan, Marleau, Jeff Friesen, Vincent Damphousse, Tony Granato and Gary Suter the team had a balanced scoring attack. In 1999-00 they made the playoffs for the third consecutive year and went on to eliminate the President's Trophy-winning St. Louis Blues before the defending Stanley Cup champion Dallas Stars sent them packing.

The following year rookie goaltender Evgeni Nabokov would earn the Calder Trophy, winning 32 games and posting 6 shutouts along the way. The Sharks would enjoy the best regular season in their history to that point, finishing with 95 points. However, the Blues would get their revenge come playoff time, knocking the Sharks out in the first round.

The Joe Thornton Trade

In 2003-04 the club, now under bench boss Ron Wilson, broke the 100 point barrier for the first time, finishing 3rd overall in the league with 104 points. They would carry that momentum into the playoffs, reaching the third round for the first time ever before a hot Miikka Kiprusoff and his Calgary Flames eliminated them.

The year following the lockout brought big expectations for the Sharks, but the team was a disappointment through the early part of the 2005-06, suffering a horrendous 10 game losing streak along the way. Their woes prompted management to find a solution, and they came up with a winner. The Sharks sent Brad Stuart, Marco Sturm and Wayne Primeau to the Boston Bruins, and brought back towering center Jumbo Joe Thornton in return.

The move was an unmitigated success. Thornton paired with sniper Jonathan Cheechoo, and the tandem lit the league on fire for the remainder of the regular season. Thornton would finish the campaign with 125 points, earning himself both the Art Ross and Hart Trophies. Linemate Cheechoo would score a career-high 56 goals to capture the Rocket Richard Trophy as the league's leading goal scorer.

The team road the coattails of the two stars, surging up the standings to finish 2nd in the Western Conference with 99 points. They would ride the wave of momentum into the playoffs, easily dispatching the Nashville Predators in five games. However, the Sharks' amazing adrenaline ride came to an end in the quarter-finals against the surging Edmonton Oilers, who were themselves riding a wave of momentum that eventually saw them reach game seven of the Stanley Cup Finals that year.

San Jose's Playoff Woes

The years to follow would be a series of disappointments for the Sharks. Despite the fact that Thornton - one of the NHL's biggest talents - has continued to wear a San Jose Sharks jersey in the intervening years, and stars like Marleau, Dany Heatley, Rob Blake and Dan Boyle have provided a talented supporting cast, the Sharks have been unable to translate the impressive regular season success they've had in recent years into a Stanley Cup. For years now they've challenged for the President's Trophy, but year after year have been eliminated early by teams that finished below them in the standings.

The recent 2009-10 campaign saw the Sharks finish atop the Western Conference and 2nd overall behind the Washington Capitals with 113 points. In the playoffs, after surviving a first round scare at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche, and then moving on to eliminate the perennially tough Detroit Red Wings, hockey fans were wondering if this was finally the Sharks year. However, the Chicago Blackhawks - their opponent in the semi-finals - were just too good, and nothing seemed to go right for the Sharks, who were broomed from the playoffs in 4 straight.

Has the team peaked? Have the men in the San Jose Sharks jerseys missed their window? 2010-11 should be an interesting year for the club. Longtime goaltender Evgeni Nabokov has moved on to greener pastures in the KHL in Russia. Can Antero Niittymaki, whom the team acquired in the off-season, lead the team to a Stanley Cup as Nabokov could not? The Blackhawks have lost some power, but will remain a serious threat, and the Vancouver Canucks and the Red Wings are certainly not to be trifled with either. Hopefully for San Jose Sharks fans this is the year their team will finally get over the hump.