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SJHN Daily: SJ Sharkie Says Good-Bye to Harlow Karlsson



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This might have been the BFF relationship of the year for the San Jose Sharks.

And it’s over, at least for now.

Earlier this month, the Sharks traded Erik Karlsson to the Pittsburgh Penguins.

For the 33-year-old Karlsson, this was a chance to chase a Stanley Cup. But for three-year-old daughter Harlow Karlsson, that meant moving away from her friend, San Jose Sharks mascot SJ Sharkie.

SJ Sharkie dropped by to say good-bye to Harlow this past weekend, as the Karlssons were packing up their San Jose home for their move to Pittsburgh.

Penguins mascot Iceburgh has some big skates to fill!

Harlow Karlsson Steals the Show at All-Star Skills Competition

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Around the NHL…

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Luke Prokop continues to work toward his NHL dream, two years after coming out as gay.

Former Philadelphia Flyers’ first-rounder Jay O’Brien signs with the AHL’s Toronto Marlies.

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