After going through a myriad of different options this past month, San Jose has now settled on a new goal song, again.
The San Jose Sharks have tried on multiple occasions to select a new goal song this season, and it appears they have finally chosen a new one just in time for the playoffs.
San Jose announced that “Get Ready For This” by 2 Unlimited will be the new Sharks goal song after input from the fans, players and the rest of the organization.
This selection should come as no surprise since this song was used when team teal would skate through the Sharks head at the beginning of every game for many years.
Now, “Get Ready For This” is making it’s come back to the Tank as San Jose continues its 25th anniversary celebrations.
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Sharks To Go Back To Teal For Postseason
Another important item for Sharks fans to discover is what color jerseys would San Jose don for home games during the Stanley Cup playoffs?
Well, that question too has been answered as according to Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area, the Sharks will wear their normal teal sweaters at home this postseason.
This comes as a relief to many fans who were tired of seeing team teal wear their black armour jerseys during the playoffs. For some reason, the organization decided to change things up and go with their alternate jerseys beginning in 2011 through 2014, which many will recall as the epic collapse against the Kings.
San Jose intended on wearing teal last season, but didn’t qualify for the playoffs. Hopefully, a return to their teal sweaters can lead to some good fortune this time around.
Sharks Sign College Prospect To Entry-Level Deal
Earlier this morning, Bob McKenzie of TSN indicated that San Jose had signed Danny O’Regan to an entry-level contract.
The 22-year-old forward served as an alternate captain for Boston University this season scoring 17 goals and dishing out 27 assists in 39 games with the Terriers. The 5-foot-10 winger isn’t the biggest of forwards, but he should be an interesting one to keep an eye on to see how he develops within the organization.
O’Regan, originally a fifth-round draft pick by the Sharks back in 2012, finished his four-year career in Boston with 66 goals, 88 assists and 154 points in 154 games at the NCAA level.