Found August 18, 2013 on
Teasing a uniform change is all the rage in the NHL. Usually the process begins with a veiled message that some sort of change is coming. Blurry, hard to decipher images are leaked out in an effort to stir up a frenzy without giving away the finished product. The uniform is eventually unveiled and it's immediately critiqued and ridiculed by the hockey community.
We most recently we saw this exact scenario unfold in Dallas and in Carolina. You might be able to add San Jose to that list as we head into 2013-14 after the club placed a mysterious video on their Instagram account.
There's a hashtag (#TheNextWave) and a brief glimpse of a new uniform. All you can make out are stripes. There's not very much to go on here, but it's safe to assume some sort of change is coming to the San Jose uniform. Like it or not, orange appears to be involved in the overall scheme.
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San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns was golfing Sunday when he came across this on the course:
Found this on the course... Any ideas what it could be? pic.twitter.com/SQc7QZUdxU
-- Brent Burns (@Burnzie88) August 19, 2013 He doesn't know what the hell it is, and I sure don't know what the hell it is, but that doesn't mean we can't guess.
The obvious joke is...
The San Jose Sharks' Brent Burns made quite the interesting archeological find on the golf course. What animal do you think this bone is from?
On Sunday evening, the Sharks’ official Instagram page dropped this uber-cryptic video:
Wha’ happened? Did the video crap out? Did an intern mess up?
No, that’s it. Very mysterious. I almost feel like I just watched some creepy Dharma video from “Lost” with clues about the Island or the numbers. The clues we’re given to help us figure out what the hell it is we just...
Brent Burns needs your help, people:
Found this on the course… Any ideas what it could be? pic.twitter.com/SQc7QZUdxU
— Brent Burns (@Burnzie88) August 19, 2013
I don’t know, Burnzie. You’re the caveman.
Whatever it is, we’re sure it belongs to one of his ancestors.
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