What a great view of the ice and the game! Close to the aisle and exit to get in/out. The only negative is you can't see the right goal through the barrier gate at the end of the stairway very well. You can see the plays but if you were taking pictures, you wouldn't get any great shots.
I would recommend seats that are towards the middle of the row rather than these end seats, although I don't know how that view would be since you will be directly behind the film crew and the video cameras.
Seats were comfortable but not enough leg room. The cup holders are right there in the seat-back in front of you. When I got out of my seat and passed someone who didn't stand up as I was passing, I accidentally popped his drink out of the cup holder. Guess you can't do much about the seats but I feel for anyone who is tall. It's a tight squeeze, and anyone passing through requires you to stand up each time to let them pass (being on the aisle seat, this happens a lot).
I would definitely sit in this section again despite these minor negatives.
I share season tickets for these seats with some friends. Section 106 is a great section with a great view of the game and the net where the Sharks shoot twice. These seats are great for two people because they are right next to the entrance to the club (Too bad that only row 16 and below have club access.) Also, section 106, row 17, seat 1 is by itself if you are coming alone. They are reasonably priced considering the view of the game. They are also much cheaper (Almost $100 face value) than row 16 and below because of the club access I mentioned before. The section is right near the restroom and near some of my favorite concession stands. Plus, Sharks fans are some of the best around.