The number of items sold in the Staples Center during the 2014-15 NHL season is staggering, and it appears the San Jose Sharks are the best-selling team in the NHL.
The Sharks are selling more merchandise in the arena than any other team.
The Sharks are second in the league in merchandise sales, with more than $1.5 billion in merchandise revenue in 2014-2015, according to Forbes.
According to the report, the Sharks sold nearly $2.2 billion worth of merchandise in Staples Center last season, more than any NHL team.
That includes jerseys, apparel, hats, hoodies, hats and more.
According the Forbes report, San Jose has more merchandise than any team in sports history.
The report states that the Sharks have sold more than 9 million items in Staples Centre during the last two seasons.
That number includes all merchandise sold on game days, but also all merchandise purchased during the season.
The Staples Center was the home of the Los Angeles Kings during the 2009-10 season, the first season in the history of Staples Center.
It was built in 2007 to house the Los Angels Angels of Anaheim.
The Los Angeles Rams were built in 1962 in what was then known as the Paramount Sports Arena.
They have played their home games in Inglewood, California, since 1965.
The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers played their first home games at Staples Center in 1970.
The New York Rangers and New York Islanders have played at Staples Centre in New York City since 1992.
The Dallas Stars, Buffalo Sabres and Tampa Bay Lightning have played in Staples Stadium in St. Louis since 1983.
The Minnesota Wild, Colorado Avalanche and San Jose Earthquakes have played there since 2003.
The San Jose Kings are the only other NHL team to have an arena with the same name.
The San Jose Arena opened in 2010.