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Sharks Individual Playoff Tickets on Sale March 29

Fans May Purchase a Maximum of Eight Tickets Per Transaction

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE, CA - The San Jose Sharks announced tonight that verified tickets to home games during the first round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs will go on sale to the public tomorrow, Wednesday, March 29 at 9 a.m. at, by phone 1-800-745-3000 or at the ThreatMetrix Ticket Office at SAP Center at San Jose. Due to the limited number of tickets available after the Sharks365 member presale, ticket buyers may purchase a maximum of eight tickets per transaction.  

The schedule for Round 1 of the 2017 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs will be announced upon the conclusion of the NHL's regular season on Sunday, April 9. 


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Sharks Recall Labanc from Barracuda

by San Jose Sharks @sanjosesharks /

SAN JOSE - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has recalled forward Kevin Labanc (@Str8ToTheBanc) from the San Jose Barracuda (@sjbarracuda), the team's top development affiliate in the American Hockey League.

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World's Okayest Blog: New Ink & Championship Memories

Dell talks about his tattoos and championship experience with the Allen Americans

by Aaron Dell @ADell32 / Sharks Goaltender

Being in Dallas last week, I got to meet up with some guys from the Allen Americans, who I played with for a few seasons. It was a good time the whole time I was in Allen. Lots of good memories, but I don't think anything compared to winning the championship there.

In Allen, we were the top place team in the league. We were a little more excited knowing that we really had a chance to go all the way. When you're a team like that, you don't really dread playing against certain teams. It was pretty exciting. 

In the playoffs, there was only three playoff series in the league at the time, with only eight or ten teams I think. It was pretty crazy. We kind of had a storybook ending in 2013. Game 7 overtime, came back from being down two to nothing. I don't think you could have wrote it any better.

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2017 USA Disabled Hockey Festival Coming to San Jose

More Than 60 Teams Will Play April 6-9 at Solar4America Facilities in San Jose and Fremont

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE - On April 6-9, Sharks Sports & Entertainment's Solar4America Ice at San Jose and Fremont are hosting the 13th annual USA Disabled Hockey Festival. The festival is the largest disabled hockey event of its kind, bringing together all of the disabled hockey disciplines in one location with athletes from across the country- including teams from Alaska, Massachusetts and Texas.

"We are excited and honored to host such a prestigious event as the USA Disabled Hockey Festival," said Sharks Sports and Entertainment Vice President Jon Gustafson. "We have hosted a number of national tournaments for USA Hockey and have been interested in participating in this one for some time. Hopefully by bringing this event to San Jose, it will foster the growth of a number of different hockey disciplines moving forward."

The mission of the festival is to provide a fun and exciting weekend of hockey for these incredible athletes in a grand event as well as promote and grow disabled hockey throughout the Bay Area and around the country. Net proceeds from the festival will go to fund an Adaptive Legacy hockey program through the Sharks Foundation that serves the greater Bay Area.

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Aaron Dell Nominated for the Masterton Trophy

Awarded to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE - The San Jose chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association announced today that San Jose Sharks goaltender Aaron Dell (@ADell32) has been selected as its 2017 nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. The Masterton Trophy is awarded each season under the trusteeship of the PHWA to the National Hockey League player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.

In his first season with the Sharks, Aaron Dell has registered a 10-5-1 record to go along with a .936 save percentage and 1.85 goals-against average. He currently leads the NHL in even strength save percentage (min. 10 games played), and his 1.85 GAA leads all NHL goaltenders (min. 10 GP). On December 30th, he earned his first career shutout against the Philadelphia Flyers in a 2-0 victory at SAP Center in San Jose. A native of Airdrie, Alberta, Canada, he was signed as a free agent on March 4, 2015.

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Sharks Sign Forward Noah Rod to Entry-Level Contract

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE- San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has signed forward Noah Rod (ROAD, @Noah2718) to a standard, entry-level contract.

"Noah plays with a tenacious, feisty edge which makes him a difficult player for opponents to play against," said Wilson. "He has continued to grow his overall game the past few seasons, playing against men in Switzerland's top professional league, and we think his combination of grit and skill will translate well in North America. We are excited for him to make the move."

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Sharks Reassign O'Regan to the Barracuda

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has reassigned forward Danny O'Regan (@DannyORegan15) to the San Jose Barracuda (@sjbarracuda), the team's top development affiliate in the American Hockey League.

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Adapted Physical Ed Students Skate for Free for Week

Sharks Foundation Welcomed More than 500 Differently Abled Students from Across the Bay Area to Skate at Solar4America

by Sharks Foundation @SharksCare /

The Sharks Foundation recently welcomed more than 500 differently abled students from across the Bay Area to Solar4America Ice at San Jose for a week of free ice skating.

The group of students was organized through adapted physical education teachers in San Mateo County, who have hosted an annual skate program for the last 10 years.

"It started out with one to two days of skating per year," Angeline Sheridan, Adapted Physical Education Specialist, Palo Alto Unified School District said. "There was such a huge demand, that the skating program grew to 10 days of skating last year alone."

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Bond Between Barracuda Players Fueling Success

The bond between Barracuda players has helped the team be one of the best in the AHL

by Missy Zielinski /

The Sharks may be the NHL's most fun team according to recent national publications, but those good vibes have trickled down to another hockey team in San Jose.

The Sharks minor league affiliate, the San Jose Barracuda, is having some fun of its own and it's been an important ingredient of their first-place status this season.

"The more you know about somebody, the more you care about them and the more you'll play for them," Barracuda Head Coach Roy Sommer said.

To instill that mentality right out of the gate, his teams typically hits the road for an atypical "bonding" trip to help build off-ice chemistry.

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Prospect Spotlight: Tim Clifton

by Jonathan Wold /

While the month of March is well known for its postseason basketball tournaments, it's also when the NCAA Hockey postseason begins. And whenever a team gets eliminated in March, there's a mad scramble by NHL general managers to sign the players who are finished with their college careers.

So when Quinnipiac's season came to a close, center Tim Clifton became a target for Sharks General Manager Doug Wilson. He became the newest member of the Sharks organization on March 19 when was signed to a two-year contract.

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