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    NEWSLETTERS

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    VANCOUVER, CANADA - MAY 7: Goalie Antti Niemi #31 of the Chicago Blackhawks is congratulated by Brent Seabrook #7 after they defeated the Vancouver Canucks in Game Four of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 07, 2010 at General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images)

    Sharks fans got answer they have been waiting for.  We will play the Blackhawks for a right to compete in the Stanley Cup Finals.

    A decisive 5-1 win put Chicago over the top in its hard-fought series with the Vancouver Canucks.

    Sharks Jamming on Day Off

    [BAY] Sharks Jamming on Day Off
    While the Sharks wait to find out who they'll play in the Western Conference Finals they're getting a chance to rest, reflect and jam out. (Published Monday, May 10, 2010)

    The teal in teal has home team advantage and will get to play Games 1 and 2 at The Tank. The best of seven series will begin Friday night or Sunday night.    The schedule won't be released until the Philly Pittsburgh series is in the books.

    The Sharks will be well rested either way having won their series with Detroit back on Saturday night.  The Blackhawks, on the other hand, traveled home to Chicago late Tuesday and will have to make another flight to San Jose before the next round.

    What Goes With Shark? Red or White?

    [BAY] What Goes With Shark? Red or White?
    In 1993, Bert George dreamed up Sharkies Chardonnay. He had no idea what a big deal his hockey-themed wines would be. (Published Wednesday, Apr 14, 2010)

    This is only the second time in the 19 year franchise history the Sharks have made it to the conference finals.

    The San Francisco Bay Area is the second largest sports market in the country, but we haven't had a team get to this level in four long years.

    We are still waiting to here if the games will be on this station, NBC or Versus.   Getting Chicago as a competitor helps our chances to get some national TV exposure.

    If the Sharkies beat the Blackhawks, the team will advance to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time ever.