SAN JOSE - The San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) announced today that the Sat., Oct. 14 game will include a Spanish language broadcast feed as part of Hispanic Heritage Night. The Spanish call will be streamed on the Sharks and NHL apps, as well as sjsharks.com.
Jesus Zarate, who recently called Spanish play-by-play for the San Francisco 49ers, will call the action for the Sharks/Islanders contest at SAP Center at San Jose. Zarate has also hosted "Mundo Deportivo", a sports radio show on 910 AM ESPN Deportes, and called select San Francisco Giants games, and playoff games for the NFL, MLB, and NBA.
Zarate can be heard via the SAP setting on NBC Sports California's television broadcast, as well as on the Sharks and NHL apps, and sjsharks.com.
For the second straight year, in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Night, every fan in attendance will receive a "Los Tiburones" jersey courtesy of your Northern California Honda Dealers. This year's "Los Tiburones" jersey was designed by local artist Jesse Hernandez. To recognize the occasion, Hernandez and recently-retired San Jose Mercury News columnist Mark Purdy, who originally coined the term "Los Tiburones" as a nickname for the Sharks, will participate in a joint puck drop prior to the game.