Come one, come all! Come see the “Most OK-est Show on Earth,” when the San Jose Sharks head to Calgary to take on the Flames. Fresh off a performance in Vancouver last night, the Traveling Sharks Circus Show received rave reviews from all in attendance.
“Pretty entertaining game there, especially at the end.”
– Cory Schneider, Goaltender
You heard it here, folks! Entertainment!
After a stunning 2-0 lead that saw a surprising goal from Scott Gomez and a shorthanded tally from Adam Burish (yes, you read that right), the Canucks quickly came back to tie it all up. But that wasn’t the end of it! The Sharks took the game to overtime, and quickly took a penalty, ending all hope of not going to a shootout.
So grab your friends, grab some nachos, and come on down and see the show in Calgary tonight.
Come see the Amazing Scott Gomez!
Fresh off his first goal as a Shark, watch Gomez continue his scoring ways against the Flames. Or more likely, tune in and see him begin his inevitable free fall into scoring ineptitude. Either way, that’s entertainment, folks!
Watch penalties get killed right before your eyes!
The Sharks are ranked fourth on the penalty kill and 13th on the power play this season, so look for power plays to be thwarted at every chance!
Catch the excitement of a shootout!
The Sharks have taken three of their last four games to a thrilling shootout competition! A true mastery of hockey skills, put on display for your entertainment pleasure, puts the outcome of the last 65 minutes of hard-fought team hockey into the hands of a chosen few. And when the Sharks come to town, it’s nearly guaranteed!
Led by ringleaders Joe Thornton and Jarome Iginla, this matchup promises to be a dogfight right to the end! Bring your friends, bring your lover, hell, bring your grandma. She’s going to want to see this!
The show begins at 6:30 Pacific Time, at the Saddledome in Calgary.
Come down and enjoy the circus that is the 2013 San Jose Sharks!
(Inaccurate) Prediction: Sharks win 3-1 in regulation (haha, I know, regulation?), with goals from Marleau, Thornton, and Sheppard.