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Live @ Shark Tank

Thanks to work, I was able to attend the San Jose Sharks game on Tuesday where they were taking on the Detroit Red Wings. I had heard many great things about the Sharks (great team and amazing venue live). Well, the Sharks lost and the crowd was out of it. Maybe it was because of the loss or maybe it was because of being on a weekday.

The positive though was that I actually new a player on the ice. I’m not a huge hockey fan, but I at least try to watch the Stanley Cups since I state that is the most entertaining championship game(s) to watch. However, not being a true fan, it is hard to follow. Well, I was quite shocked then when I saw Dany Heatley on the ice for the Sharks. I always wondered where he went after Atlanta.

Here are a few pics from the game. Click for full view.

Entrance on to the ice
Zamboni with Shark fin

On another side note, looks like my minor care to follow the Thrashers is gone.

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Will Says:
February 6th, 2010 at 10:48 pm


I still haven’t caught a Caps game yet.

Heater had been in Ottawa since we traded him from Hossa. He fell out of favor and asked to be traded.

Ben Says:
February 6th, 2010 at 11:50 pm

You have one of the most amazing players in your city and you haven’t gone to see him once?

Did you happen to catch the clip against the Thrashers where his stick broke, the team wasted time until he could get a new one, and as soon as he did he scored a goal? Boom goes the dynamite.

Will Says:
February 7th, 2010 at 10:54 am

A) The cheapest ticket is $35
B) So far, up until today, all games have been sold out
C) I’ve been to more D.C. United games than Caps … I guess that tells you want I’m more interested in.

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