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Ask the Sharks: Patrick Marleau

by Alison High / San Jose Sharks
Have a question for Sharks left wing Patrick Marleau? Now’s your chance to ask it.

Marleau will be the next player featured on our weekly segment of Ask the Sharks. Send in your questions for Marleau to or text QA (space) your question to 74499 and we’ll choose the top-10 questions for an interview with the Sharks left wing.

The two-time NHL All-Star and 2010 Olympic gold medal winner signed a four-year contract with San Jose on June 24. Since then, he has been named alternate captain and ranks third on the team in shots (23) and tied for third in points (two goals, four assists). His next point will be the 700th in his career (322 goals, 377 assists for 699 points).

Marleau was originally drafted by the Sharks in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft (first round, second overall) and has set six franchise records in 13 seasons with the team. The 31-year-old native of Aneroid, Saskatchewan currently leads the franchise in games played (960), goals, assists, points power play goals (98) and game-winning goals (59).

“Patty” started skating at age three and playing hockey at age five. Away from the ice, he likes to golf and spend time with his family.

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