San Jose Sharks 2023-2024 Schedule & Where to Watch Games

San Jose Sharks 2023-2024 Schedule & Where to Watch Games

How will the San Jose Sharks perform this NHL season? Fans are hoping to see some improvements from the team this year, but only time will tell. Check out the 2023-2024 San Jose Sharks schedule, roster and more below. And find out how to watch the team’s games live with DIRECTV.


The San Jose Sharks were founded in 1991 as an expansion team, becoming the first NHL team in the San Francisco Bay Area since the California Golden Seals moved to Cleveland in 1976. The franchise chose the Sharks as its name because of the Pacific Ocean’s large population of sharks. The Sharks play their home games at SAP Center in San Jose, California and are part of the Pacific Division. 

The past few seasons have been a time of rebuilding for the Sharks, as the team has seen several high-value players leave the team through retirement or trades. This year is likely a continuation of that rebuilding, but fans are hopeful the work the team is doing now will pay off in a few years.


Here is the 2023-2024 San Jose Sharks schedule, provided to you by DIRECTV. Find out the team’s schedule as well as the times of games and how to watch them live.


Considering the phase that the Sharks are in, the team’s roster will likely look very different in a few seasons as they find the players that stick. Check out the 2023-2024 San Jose Sharks roster below, with the players organized by position.


#17 Thomas Bordeleau

#40 Ryan Carpenter

#39 Logan Couture

#64 Mikael Granlund

#48 Tomas Hertl

#68 Mike Hoffman

#11 Luke Kunin

#24 Jacob Peterson

#52 Tristen Robins

#7 Nico Sturm

# Nathan Todd 

#27 Ozzy Wiesblatt


#94 Alexander Barabanov – Left Wing

#10 Anthony Duclair – Left Wing

#72 William Eklund – Left Wing

#75 Danil Gushchin – Left Wing

#23 Oskar Lindblom – Left Wing

# Quentin Musty – Left Wing

#20 Fabian Zetterlund – Left Wing

#56 Ethan Cardwell – Right Wing

#70 Brandon Coe – Right Wing

# Kasper Halttunen – Right Wing

#62 Kevin Labanc – Right Wing

#57 Adam Raska – Right Wing

#64 Mitchell Russell – Right Wing

# Scott Sabourin – Right Wing

#54 Givani Smith – Right Wing

#18 Filip Zadina – Right Wing


#5 Matt Benning

#4 Kyle Burroughs

#59 Nick Cicek

#6 Ty Emberson

#38 Mario Ferraro

# Leon Gawanke

#82 Artem Guryev

#71 Nikolai Knyzhov

#29 Gannon Laroque

#9 Jacob McDonald

#85 Shakir Mukhamadullin

#83 Nikita Okhotiuk

# Valterri Pulli

#84 Jan Rutta

#51 Radim Simek

#3 Henry Thrun

#44 Marc-Edouard Vlasic


#29 Mackenzie Blackwood

#33 Magnus Chrona

#36 Kaapo Kahkonen

#32 Eetu Makiniemi

# Georgi Romanov


Head Coach: David Quinn

Assistant Coach: Thomas Speer

Video Coach: Nick Gialdini


You can watch the Sharks from the comfort of your own home, but with DIRECTV’s entertainment experience, it feels like you’re sitting front row in the stands. You can watch the San Jose Sharks live on the channels listed below:

Not sure which channel is broadcasting the game? Check out the DIRECTV NHL Channel Guide for channel information, replays, highlights and much more.

And if you want even more hockey content to enjoy, check out the DIRECTV sports add-on: NHL® CENTER ICE®. During the NHL season, the NHL Network (Ch. 215) is included in your subscription.

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