TORONTO – It’s the last day of Movember, a cause that Jonah Gadjovich is particularly passionate about.
He’s so passionate, he’s got his own Movember page, where you can help the San Jose Sharks forward achieve his fundraising goal.
“I’ve just had family members affected by mental health, cancer, and stuff like that,” Gadjovich told San Jose Hockey Now in Montreal. “I think the main thing is just raising awareness and basically just letting your loved ones know that you love them and just trying to be there for everyone. That’s kind of the main message I get from Movember.”
Of course, there’s a fun side to Movember, the competition for best mustache. Gadjovich’s actually received high marks from San Jose Sharks captain Logan Couture recently.
Gadjovich had trouble naming his locker room favorite – he likes everybody’s – but he did have a special place in his heart for perhaps the most well-groomed Movember mustache of them all.
“I like [Erik Karlsson’s]. He’s got it tidied up,” Gadjovich said with a smile. “I’ve seen his in the past where he twirls it, it’s hilarious.”
San Jose Sharks (8-13-4)
Gadjovich says he had the flu, which is why he's been away from the team. It's his first day back on the ice, so he's not playing tonight
— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) November 29, 2022
David Quinn says that Aaron Dell will draw the start and that Evgeni Svechnikov will draw back in for Jeffrey Viel. He also noted once again that Mario Ferraro is week-to-week and that James Reimer is a possibility for the end of this road trip.
Lines should look like:
Toronto Maple Leafs (14-5-5)
— David Alter (@dalter) November 30, 2022
Where to Watch
The San Jose Sharks will take on the Toronto Maple Leafs at 4 PM PST at Scotiabank Arena. Watch it live on NBC Sports California. Listen to it on the Sharks Audio Network.
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