Remember “Amazing Gray”?
The 3-year-old cancer fighter dropped the puck at the San Jose Sharks’ Hockey Fights Cancer game last year. How’s she doing today? How can you help Hockey Fights Cancer?
In other San Jose Sharks news…
Terry Smith, designer of the original San Jose Sharks logo, is pleased to see it come back. (NHL)
Riley Armstrong, who got a cup of coffee with the San Jose Sharks in 2008-09, chats with the Stick Hungry Podcast. (Stick Hungry)
2020 San Jose Sharks seventh-round pick Alex Young makes a highlight-reel NCAA debut:
First career game, first career goal ✅
— Colgate Men's Hockey (@ColgateMIH) November 22, 2020
The San Jose Sharks can only hope that Young follows the path of another San Jose seventh-round pick:
On this date in 2006, Joe Pavelski scores in his NHL debut, Marc-Edouard Vlasic scores his first NHL goal, and Patrick Marleau scores his 200th career goal in a 6-3 win over the visiting Kings.https://t.co/svqhnkRffShttps://t.co/ZHdD8qE8jA
— Darin Stephens (@SharksStats) November 22, 2020
Around the NHL…
“Don’t count on Allan Walsh being intimidated into silence any time soon.” (Sportsnet)
Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first indigenous players in the NHL, has been hospitalized with COVID-19. (NHL)
Sheng’s Travel Fund
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