We’re all San Jose Sharks fans—passionately rooting for the boys in teal from afar. But few of us ever get the opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a member of the team. If you’ve ever dreamed of being a Sharks player or wondered how your game would stack up against NHLers, now is your chance. Once a year, the Sharks host “Shark For a Day” fantasy camp, which gives fans the rare opportunity to share the ice with Sharks alumni. This year’s fantasy camp will be held on Friday, Mar. 30, 2007. Former Sharks Gary Suter and Todd Harvey are scheduled to attend with more alumni to be added in the coming months.
From the moment you step into the building until you step off of the ice, you will get as close as you can get to being an NHL player without actually worrying about a Kyle McLaren hip-check along the boards. Participants will skate with Sharks alumni in a regulation game, be given official team gear, receive breakfast, lunch and dinner and watch the Sharks take on the Phoenix Coyotes from the Penthouse Plaza.
Cost of the event is $1,500 with net proceeds benefiting The Sharks Foundation. Space is limited and filling up quickly. For more information about fantasy camp, please contact Jeff Cafuir at firstname.lastname@example.org
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for a recap of the 2006 “Shark For a Day” fantasy camp.
for a recap of the 2005 “Shark For a Day” fantast camp.