SAP Center at San Jose

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SAP Center at San Jose
Location San Jose, California
Opened September 7, 1993
Other Names HP Pavilion (2002–13)
Compaq Center (2001–02)
San Jose Arena (1993–2001)
Tenants San Jose Sharks (1993-present)
Golden State Warriors (1996-97)

The SAP Center at San Jose is an indoor arena located in San Jose, California. Its primary tenant is the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League, for which the arena has earned the nickname “The Shark Tank.” It is also home to the San Jose Barracuda of the American Hockey League.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League 1995-96 San Jose Sharks Program
National Hockey League 1995-96 San Jose Sharks Program
National Hockey League January 18, 1997 Eastern Conference vs. Western Conference NHL All-Star Game Program
National Hockey League January 26, 2019 Atlantic Division, Metropolitan Division, Central Division, Pacific Division NHL All-Star Game program

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