Games Coached: 157
The Sharks made the playoffs under Constantine during the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons for the first times in franchise history, and they shocked the world. Jamie Baker's infamous goal in Game 7 helped San Jose upset Detroit in the first round in '94, and Ray Whitney's double-overtime goal in the '95 playoffs helped defeat Calgary. The Sharks were huge underdogs both times, but Constantine's team pushed through.
Games Coached: 385
Record: 206-122-19(T) - 38(OT)
Wilson is winningest coach in Sharks history, with 206 wins. Although he failed to help the Sharks reach the Stanley Cup Finals even once, Wilson established the winning attitude in San Jose. The Sharks reached the postseason every year under his guidance.
Games Coached: 434
Record: 192-167-60 (T)
Sutter has coached the most games in Sharks history, and his hiring can be considered as a turning point in franchise history. He was the first coach to have an above-.500 win-loss record (none of his predecessors are even remotely close to the .500 mark). The Sharks made the playoffs each year with Sutter at the helm, and he paved the way for Ron Wilson's success in San Jose.
Games Coached (as of October 10, 2011): 246
Record (as of October 10, 2011) : 152-63-41
As the current head coach, Todd McClellan has perhaps achieved the most out of any San Jose Sharks head coach and has a bright future ahead of him. Two straight trips to the Western Conference finals have him primed and ready to help the team win its first Stanley Cup. McClellan has that no-nonsense attitude around his players and the media and that greatly contributes to his success on the rink.