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Many, many things have been thrown onto the ice during hockey games. Hats, catfish, octopi, even the occasional waffle. But one San Jose Sharks fan took things to the next level by throwing a dead duck onto the ice when the Anaheim Ducks visited the HP Pavilion. According to CSNBayArea.com, one fan threw an actual duck onto the ice, ostensibly in an attempt to rile up the crowd and intimidate the visiting team. ProHockeyTalk did one better, and tracked down cell phone video footage of the actual toss. Ducks goalie Jonas Hiller appears to contemplate cleaning up the mess, but...
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The Anaheim Ducks beat the San Jose Sharks 3-2 to break a 13-game road winless streak at the HP Pavilion at San Jose. But that wasn’t the only news to hit social media on Monday night. “There’s a stoppage in play as someone threw an apparent dead duck on the HP ice. Now that’s fowl....Read the Rest...
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- Andrew Cogliano scored the tiebreaking goal midway through the second period and Jonas Hiller made 36 saves in helping the Anaheim Ducks end a 13-game winless skid on the road, beating the San Jose Sharks 3-2 Monday night.
Luca Sbisa and Bobby Ryan also scored for the Ducks, who beat the Sharks for the third time -- of 10 wins overall -- this season. Anaheim...
By now you have likely seen the video or at least heard about what occurred Monday night at HP Pavilion when a Sharks fan threw a dead duck on the ice during a game between Anaheim and San Jose. Further, I imagine most of you out there were able to connect the dots about why [...]
This is wrong on so many levels. The Anaheim Ducks played the San Jose Sharks on Monday night but the Ducks win was not the only notable thing that occurred.
“There’s a stoppage in play as someone threw an apparent dead duck on the HP ice. Now that’s fowl. Fans like it,” tweeted Eric Stephens, Orange County Register.
Pic below as evidence.
Jonas Hiller made 36 saves to help the Anaheim Ducks take down the San Jose Sharks, 3-2, at HP Pavilion.
On the adorability scale, this 3-year-old San Jose Sharks fan ranks somewhere between Joey Junior Blackhawks Reporter and that little Penguins fan that freaked out when his parents revealed themselves as loyal to the Red Wings. Here is hockey parenting at its finest:
You nearly had us at "Patwick MAHLEAU!" You definitely had us at "Marc-Edwah VLASIC!"
But team seems content to stand pat with its trio
Should be a fun one.
We're gonna see the Sharks a lot more starting next year when the conferences re-align so get ready to get your hate on.
Ryane Clowe and Douglas Murray already hate the Canucks.
No Higgins for Vancouver, so Mark Mancari is back on the team.
Hodgson will centre Ebbett and Weise while Lapierre will centre Malhotra and Mancari.
Go Canucks Go.