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Sept. 7-9, Rookie Tournament: Sharks vs Ducks

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Sharkspage Game 1 Photo Gallery

Sharkspage Game 2 Photo Gallery

 

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SJ Rookies take Game 1: 2-1, SO

San Jose and Anaheim took to the ice for the first game of their three-day rookie tournament Monday night and the Sharks prevailed with a 2-1 shootout victory. The story ended up being the shootout itself as it not only decided the contest, but it went eight rounds before the Sharks closed it out. The winning shot was delivered by Dean Strong (a free agent signee) who was the hero for the night as he also set up the Sharks opening tally.

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Game 2 is Tuesday. Puck drops at 7pm at Sharks Ice in San Jose.

UPDATE: Sharks Roll 5-0

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Game 3 is Wednesday. Same time, same place.

UPDATE: Sharks Sweep Ducks Rookies

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(Seating for the Anaheim-San Jose Rookie Games is limited to the first 850 fans. Admission is $10 for fans 13 and older and $5 for fans 12 and under. All proceeds will directly benefit the Jr. Sharks Scholarship Fund. Tickets will be on sale at the door on each game day beginning at 5 p.m. All games will take place on the North Rink.)

 

Commence game chit-chat...

UPDATE: SHARKS SWEEEEEP

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