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Boedker's Goal Marks $1 Million Raised Through Goals For Kids Program

For Every Goal Scored By The Sharks Over The Past Four Seasons, Sharks Foundation, Koret Foundation and Taube Philanthropies Donates $1,000 To Local Charities In Need

by Sharks Foundation @SharksCare /

SAN JOSE - The Sharks Foundation announced today that it has raised $1 Million through the Goals for Kids program in partnership with the Koret Foundation, Taube Philanthropies and participating sponsors Marcus & Millichap Foundation, SWENSON and The Sobrato Organization.

For each goal scored by San Jose Sharks players, the Goals for Kids program donates $1,000 to local non-profits dedicated to enhancing the lives of youth and families in need in the Bay Area. When San Jose Sharks Mikkel Boedker scored at 15:54 of the second period that goal, which stood as the game-winner, marked the $1 Million achievement.

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Sharks Sign Make-A-Wish Recipient Hayden Bradley

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE - San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has signed defenseman and Make-A-Wish recipient, Hayden Bradley, to an honorary three-day contract. 

Bradley,15, currently plays for the Junior Varsity Coed Hockey Team at Cardinal Newman High School.

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Sharks Foundation's Shark for a Day Fantasy Camp Raises More than $52,000

30 Campers and Six Alumni Participated in Annual Event

by Jenné Johnson @SharksCare /

30 players, ages 21 to 60, experienced a day in the life of a San Jose Sharks player at the Sharks Foundation's 2018 Shark for a Day Fantasy Camp on January 13. This year's fundraiser brought in more than $52,000 for youth and families in the Bay Area via the Sharks Foundation.

On day one of the two-day camp, participants watched a private Sharks practice at Solar4America Ice. Campers then received complimentary skate sharpening courtesy of Bay Area Hockey Repair before a VIP tour of the official practice facility led by the team's Equipment Manager Mike Aldrich. 

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Young Boy Celebrates Anniversary of Remission During Sharks Puck Drop

Tyler DeCourcey Honored as Hockey Fights Cancer Hero on Hockey Fights Cancer Night presented by Kaiser Permanente

by Missy Zielinski /

2017 Hockey Fights Cancer Night

Sharks celebrate Hockey Fights Cancer Night

The Sharks celebrate Hockey Fights Cancer Night at SAP Center on November 18 including a ceremonial puck drop and rally towel wave

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Before seven-year-old Tyler DeCourcey was tasked with dropping the ceremonial first puck when the San Jose Sharks took on the Boston Bruins this past Saturday, his twin brother Alex had something important to say to defenseman Brent Burns.

"He's in remission from cancer," Alex immediately told the blueliner when he greeted the family during warm-ups.

"Yeah, my first year!" Tyler chimed in.

That special evening was the Sharks official Hockey Fights Cancer Night presented by Kaiser Permanente and while the family was celebrating the most important anniversary of Tyler's life, it also served as somewhat of a homecoming as they stood surrounded by the entire Sharks organization.

On January 6, 2016, nearly six months after Tyler was officially diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma, the DeCourcey's were at the hospital for what they thought was a routine clinic visit. It was then they found out that quick trip was going to be one of the most challenging days of his diagnoses yet.

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Sharks Foundation Recognized as Top-50 Corporate Philanthropist

Sharks Foundation Ranked No. 18 for 2016 Fiscal Year by Silicon Valley Business Journal

by San Jose Sharks @SanJoseSharks /

SAN JOSE - The Sharks Foundation announced today that it has been recognized by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as a Top-50 corporate philanthropist in Silicon Valley for the 2016 Fiscal Year. The award was given at the Business Journal's annual Corporate Philanthropy Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara on Thursday, November 9. By contributing more than $1.6 million to numerous charitable organizations throughout the Bay Area during the 2015-16 season, the Sharks Foundation ranked No. 18 amongst the honorees and was one of just two Bay Area professional sports franchises to be recognized. The No. 18 ranking demonstrates a three spot improvement for the Sharks Foundation, which ranked No. 21 in the 2015 campaign.

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