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Sampling with the Sharks Raises More Than $176k

by Missy Zielinski /

Sampling with the Sharks

The annual Sampling with the Sharks fundraiser

The SJS roster, coaches, broadcasters, alumni and guests helped the Sharks Foundation raise more than $175,000 at Sampling with the Sharks

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The San Jose Sharks roster, coaches, broadcasters, alumni and more than 260 guests helped the Sharks Foundation raise more than $176,000 at Sampling with the Sharks on February 16.

The annual wine tasting fundraiser included two hours of wine tasting, gourmet hors d'oeuvres provided by Le Papillon, as well as unique live and premier auctions, featuring one-of-a-kind experiences and autographed memorabilia.

As guests sampled wine from wineries such as Miner Family, Silver Oak Cellars and Vineyard 7&8, and enjoyed the acoustic jazz rhythms of live band, Over the Edge, they had the opportunity to purchase tickets for the Joe Escobar Diamonds Raffle.

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Sharks Foundation to Support San Jose Flood Victims

A $20,000 Donation and Proceeds from Upcoming 50/50 Raffles Will Go to Aiding Flood Victims

by Sharks Foundation @SharksCare /

SAN JOSE - The San Jose Sharks (@sanjosesharks) announced today that they will support San Jose flood victims with a $20,000 donation from the Sharks Foundation (@SharksCare) and through upcoming home games on Thursday, March 9, Saturday, March 11 and Sunday, March 12, through the Foundation's 50/50 Raffle.

The $20,000 donation and half of the evening's jackpot, during all three games, will be donated to the San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation to support nonprofit organizations providing immediate and long-term relief and recovery assistance to flood victims in San Jose.

The Sharks Foundation will also accept monetary donations during each game at the Sharks Foundation booth located at section 118 on the concourse or to donate now, click here.

A series of heavy rain in the area caused Coyote Creek to rise to a 100-year peak. With widespread flooding as a result, 14,000 residents have faced mandatory evacuations.

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Hertl's Return A Welcomed Addition To Locker Room

by Missy Zielinski /

Whether it's his versatility between center and wing, his contributions on the scoresheet or his infectious attitude and smile, forward Tomas Hertl is vastly important in the landscape of the San Jose Sharks.

"He's a tremendously good hockey player," linemate Joel Ward said. "He can play right wing, center, left wing, he can play on the power play, he can play on the penalty kill. I've never seen him at goalie, but I'm pretty sure he'd be good at that too."

His recent return has been no different - quickly making an impression on the Sharks locker room.

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Survival Rankings: Sharks on a Deserted Island

by Casey Krygier /

One might think a NHL player would be the perfect kind of person to get stranded on an island and be able to survive. But after asking the San Jose Shark players what 3 items they would bring to a deserted island, some of their survival rates weren't as high as we anticipated. Check out what the players would bring and how we would rank their survival odds:

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Prospect Spotlight: Maxim Letunov

by Jonathan Wold /

Some players go their entire careers without being traded. Others get traded multiple times before even going pro. This is the case of Sharks prospect and UConn Huskies forward Maxim Letunov.

The Sharks acquired Letunov in a trade on June 20, 2016 from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for a pair of draft picks. But that wasn't the first time he was traded. Originally drafted by the Blues, he was a key piece traded to Arizona in a trade deadline rental for Zbynek Michalek.

Letunov, who just turned 21 on Monday, is likely one of the prospects in the organization with the highest potential. College Hockey News named him a 2nd team Preseason All-American heading into the year.

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Sharks First Tweet Rankings

by Ann Frazier /

First impressions mean a lot. This includes Twitter, where the first tweet is immortalized in perpetuity. For example, here is the first tweet from @SanJoseSharks:

Embed - Twitter: Tweet from @SanJoseSharks: Welcome to the Official Twitter Page of the San Jose Sharks. More info on the Twitter feed on the Sharks site soon.

It's no different for Sharks players. Which means it's time to rank the first tweets from the eleven different Sharks players who post on Twitter.

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Sharks Welcome ThreatMetrix as Corporate Partner

Multi-Year Partnership Includes Naming of SAP Center Ticket Office, In-Arena Signage & Presence on Team Website

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE, CA - The San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) announced today a new, multi-year corporate partnership with ThreatMetrix®, The Digital Identity Company®, based in downtown San Jose.

As part of the agreement, the SAP Center ticket office will be renamed the ThreatMetrix Ticket Office. Additionally, ThreatMetrix will receive signage at SAP Center and will be the presenting partner of our Fan Experience group ticket packages.

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AHL Notebook: Playoff races heating up

San Jose Barracuda, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins competing for top spot in standings

by Patrick Williams / Correspondent

There is a new leader atop the American Hockey League standings.

A 12-game winning streak has pushed the San Jose Barracuda past the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins into first place in the AHL. San Jose has a .717 points percentage and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton slipped to .713 after losing three consecutive games on the road this past weekend.

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World's Okayest Blog- The Game of Being Goalie

by Aaron Dell @ADell32 / Sharks Goaltender

My pregame routine when I'm playing versus when I'm not playing is pretty similar. I try to keep it as close as I can so if I do have to go in I am prepared to play. Coaches usually give me a day's or two notice when I'm going to make a start so I can mentally prepare myself in practices leading up the game. I focus on my tendencies with the opposing team and try to solidify those adjustments in morning skate the day of the game.

The only main difference is that I have to eat a little differently. When I'm not playing I don't burn as many calories so I watch more of what I eat. I have to eat a little lighter on the games I'm not playing but, that's the only difference in my routine.

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In Depth: On the Road Again

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

The San Jose Sharks have seen a lot of time on the road this past month. From witnessing things like Patrick Marleau reaching a 500-goal milestone to dealing with a snow storm in Boston, the team has kept busy away from home.

Get a behind-the-scenes look of the boys in teal while on their most recent road trips:

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