The National Hockey League announced today that the San Jose Sharks first-round playoff series against the Nashville Predators will begin on Friday, April 21 at 5:00 p.m. PST at Gaylord Entertainment Center (GEC) in Nashville, TN. The entire schedule is listed at bottom of this release.
The Sharks home playoff run, presented by Intersil, will begin on Tuesday, April 25 at HP Pavilion with Game 4 taking place on April 27. Both games will take place at 7:30 p.m. PST
All San Jose Sharks playoff games can be heard on the 98.5 KFOX (KUFX-FM) and the San Jose Sharks Radio Network (all pregame shows air live in entirety on KFOX starting ½ hour before game). A schedule of high-definition games on FSN Bay Area will be available at a later date.
Members of the media wishing to attend practices or playoff games should contact the San Jose Sharks media relations department to confirm locations, times and availability. Practices during the playoffs are open to the media but closed to the general public.
If you or someone from your organization is planning on attending Games 1 and 2 in Nashville, please e-mail Scott Emmert at email@example.com
for credentialing purposes.
Game Day Date Time (PST) Location TV RADIO
1 Friday April 21 5:00 p.m. GEC FSN Bay Area 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
2 Sunday April 23 10:00 a.m. GEC NBC 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
3 Tuesday April 25 7:30 p.m. HP Pavilion FSN Bay Area 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
4 Thursday April 27 7:30 p.m. HP Pavilion FSN Bay Area 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
5* Sunday April 30 5:30 p.m. GEC FSN Bay Area 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
6* Tuesday May 2 7:30 p.m. HP Pavilion FSN Bay Area 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
7* Thursday May 4 TBD GEC FSN Bay Area 98.5 KFOX/SJS Radio Network
Games at HP Pavilion at San Jose in BOLD
The Sharks 2006 Playoffs are presented by Intersil Corporation. Intersil Corporation is a leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance analog semiconductors. The Company's products address some of the industry's fastest growing markets, such as, flat panel displays, cell phones, and other handheld systems and notebooks.