Anybody free tomorrow?
The San Jose Barracuda are celebrating the grand opening of Tech CU Arena.
San Jose Hockey Now is going and inviting a subscriber to accompany me throughout the event.
The grand opening will include a first look at brand-new Tech CU Arena, a ribbon cutting, a tour, an open ice skate, and refreshments at the new Calder’s Sports Bar.
Doors open at 3 PM and will feature a special ceremony with San Jose Sharks president Jonathan Becher, San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo, and Tech CU president/CEO Todd Harris.
If you’re interested, drop a comment below. I’ll pick someone at random at 10 PM PT tonight.
(UPDATE: Congratulations, erikthered92! You’re coming to the grand opening with me. Thanks to everybody who expressed interest.)
At San Jose Hockey Now…
Other Sharks News…
Corey Pronman ranks the San Jose Sharks pipeline the 21st -best in the NHL. (The Athletic)
Islanders GM Lou Lamoriello provides little insight on why he parted ways with new Sharks assistant coach Brian Wiseman. (The Mercury News)
The New York Rangers and San Jose Sharks have been the busiest teams on Aug. 18 throughout NHL history. (The Hockey Writers)
— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) August 20, 2022
Tomorrow. Steel the show. pic.twitter.com/p6zzlt25hV
— San Jose Barracuda (@sjbarracuda) August 23, 2022
You: "So how many promo nights are you going to have this year?"
Our full promo night schedule is here! Check it out now.
— San Jose Barracuda (@sjbarracuda) August 22, 2022
Around the NHL…
ASU’s multi-purpose arena has a name: Mullett Arena.
It’s fitting both for the family whose funding helped ASU make the leap to D1 and because, well, that hairstyle is so hockey.
— Craig Morgan (@CraigSMorgan) August 23, 2022
Hockey Canada recently approached some of its sponsors to gauge whether ousting some top executives would be enough to win back their support and sponsorship dollars. (The Globe & Mail)
Matt Dumba, Minnesota Wild looking to get over hump. (NHL)
Five questions with Marie-Philip Poulin on eve of Women’s World Championships. (Sportsnet)
Mid-round goaltenders are playing big NHL minutes. (TSN)
NHL scout’s take on Connor Bedard and others at the recent WJCs. (Sportsnet)
Kyle Turris retires, rejoins BCHL team as advisor, coach. (TSN)
SportsLogos dot Net can confirm the Carolina Hurricanes are set to make their black third uniform their new primary home set for the upcoming 2022-23 NHL season. This will replace their current red option.
— Chris Creamer (@sportslogosnet) August 23, 2022
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