Tuesday, January 22
Presentation of the Stanley Cup to the City of San Jose, followed by photo opps for attendees
Dev Davis’ office is coordinating the press conference at 11 am
After the press conference until 12 noon, the Cup will be available to City departments, PD, FD, etc.
12-4 pm the viewing will be open to the public.
The event will be publicly noticed as 12 – 4 pm
Sharks Foundation donation of $500,000 for the refurbishment of Roosevelt Park’s outdoor roller hockey rink. This is an NHL Legacy project to commemorate San Jose’s hosting of the 2019 NHL All-Star Game.
Refurb work includes new flooring for street and roller hockey use, fencing, bleachers and equipment, along with funding to support hockey programming at the rink. This is the Foundation’s second largest donation.
Possible VIP attendees – NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman or rep, Sharks All-Stars Joe Pavelski, Erik Karlsson and Brent Burns and Sharkie.
Schools sending kids to participate – Piedmont Middle School and Noble Elementary School.
All NHL All-Star players in attendance for interviews with local and national media.
Event will be carried live on NHL Network, Rogers (Canada) and Sirius XM.
Event is NOT open to public, other than to long-time Sharks season ticket holders.
Hockey-themed fan fest from Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon. Activities include Q&A with fans, autograph sessions, etc.
NHL All-Stat players vie in on-ice skills challenges.
Carried live by NBC Sports Network and Rogers.
Before the event, a red-carpet entrance will feature the arrival of the NHL All-Star Players at SAP Arena