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Shark Life: A Shark Tank in a Shark Tank

With help from the TV show "Tanked" the Sharks added a shark tank to their arena

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

What happens when your arena is colloquially known as the Shark Tank? You put a shark tank in the Shark Tank.

This past summer, the San Jose Sharks decided to finally do what made an incredible amount of sense: add a shark tank to SAP Center, as part of the new BMW Lounge. And in order to make it, they enlisted the help of the Animal Planet TV show Tanked.

On November 10, the episode debuted, showing the process of creating the shark tank for the Shark Tank. 

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Shark Life: Can't Let It Go

Aaron Dell embraces the Frozen jokes with his mask

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

Way back in 2013, Disney's movie Frozen hit theaters and became a cultural phenomenon. People everywhere were telling people to "Let It Go" and asking others "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?" 

Frozen, a movie about two princesses (one with magical ice powers), was set in the kingdom of Arendelle. Which, unfortunately for a current Sharks goalie, is pronounced exactly the same as Aaron Dell. 

What do you do when your name becomes part of one of the biggest pop culture touchstones? Lean into it.

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Shark Life: Speed Painting

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

We feel the need. The need for speed… painting. 

Last month, SAP invited famous speed painter Vilas Nayak (you may have seen him on clips from Asia's Got Talent and Got Talent World Stage Live) to their campus for a few artistic performances, and one of the portraits is pretty familiar to Sharks fans.

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Shark Life: Teal-rific Car

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

Sharks fans are not shy about showing off how much they love Team Teal. Hair, beards, tattoos - you name it, Sharks fans will rock team spirit with it.

But some of the more impressive displays of fandom come when fans decide to go all Xzibit and deck out their car in the iconic Sharks logo and teal. Like this fan and their sweet Sharks Jag.

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Shark Life: Riding in Style

by Casey Krygier / sjsharks.com

The San Jose Sharks embarked on their first road trip of the season heading to the East Coast. The first stop on the five game, ten day trip was New Jersey. After practice on Thursday at the Prudential Center in Newark New Jersey, Chris Tierney, Brenden Dillon and Barclay Goodrow crossed the Hudson River and took to the streets of New York City.

A sunny and 70-degree day seemed like the perfect opportunity to take in the sights of Central Park so that's what they did, but in style of course! The guys trotted through the park in a horse-drawn carriage.

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Shark Life: Swimming With Giants

Celebrating #BayAreaUnite at the San Francisco Giants game

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

While the San Jose Sharks were getting ready for their first preseason game, 50 miles to the north there was another Bay Area team getting ready to represent the teal. 

On Tuesday, September 19 the San Francisco Giants held a San Jose Sharks Night at the ballpark, honoring #BayAreaUnite and some Sharks legends.

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Shark Life: Captain's Fish

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

It's no secret that former San Jose Sharks captain Owen Nolan is kind of a big outdoorsman. He even hosted his own show Sportsman 360 TV about hunting and fishing across the country.

And, being from Wisconsin, it's no surprise that current Sharks captain Joe Pavelski also enjoys going out on the lake (or ocean, or bay - it is California) to do a little fishing. 

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Shark Life: Martin Shines A Light On Children's Mental Health

by Ann Frazier / sjsharks.com

While the offseason is wrapping up as more and more players return to San Jose for captain's skate and training camp, there was still time to throw a party for a good cause.

Over the weekend, Sharks defenseman Paul Martin held his inaugural ShineALigh7 Charity Concert in Minneapolis, MN. ShineALigh7, Paul Martin's new non-profit foundation, is dedicated to raising awareness and changing the stigma around children affected by bullying, depression, and mental health illness. 

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