The San Jose Sharks, in conjunction with the San Jose Fire and Police departments, welcome you to the 2007 Police versus Fire Hockey Tournament. The event and reception, which will be held at Logitech Ice and Stanley’s Sports Bar on Friday, January 19 from 7 to 9 pm, will feature the tournament along with the Sharks Alumni Fundraising Reception and Raffle.
This free event will offer a chance to meet and greet with Sharks Alumni, including Sharks Assistant Coaches Tim Hunter and Rob Zettler, Sharks Television color commentator Marty McSorley, Sharks Radio color commentator Jamie Baker, Sharks Radio analyst Dave Maley, Gaetan Duchesne, Murray Craven, Wayne Presley and Neil Wilkinson. The event will also feature an opportunity to win some exciting raffle prizes.
Raffle prizes and silent auction items up for bid include a Zamboni Ride during a Sharks Game and four Upper Bowl seats to a Sharks game, “Stick Kid Night” and four Upper Bowl seats to a Sharks Game, a Signed Sharks jersey, Signed Sharks Sticks and more.
The event will be emceed by Sharks Television play-by-play broadcaster Randy Hahn and all proceeds go to benefit the Santa Clara Firefighters Foundation, Young Survivors Coalition, San Jose Amateur Athletic Foundation, Alissa-Ann Ruch Burn Foundation and the Bay Area Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. Let’s all come out to benefit these fine organizations!
A list of items available at the Silent Auction and the Raffle are below:
- Ride on the Zamboni and 4 Upper Bowl Tickets to a Regular Season Sharks Game in 2006-07
- “Stick Kid Night” + 4 Upper Bowl Tickets to a Regular Season Sharks Game in 2006-07
- Signed, Player-Used Sticks from the following Sharks Players: Joe Thornton and Scott Hannan
- Sharks Jersey signed by members of the 2006-07 Team
- Sharks Mini-Stick signed by members of the 2006-07 Team
- Signed, Player-Used Sticks from the following Sharks Players: Grier, Pavelski, Parker, Smith, Bell, Vlasic, Clowe, Nieminen, Davison, Brown, Goc, Carle
* Raffle tickets may be purchased at the event for $1/each