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Olympic Auction to Take Place Games 1 & 2 vs. LA

Tuesday, 04.15.2014 / 5:31 PM / Sharks Foundation
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Olympic Auction to Take Place Games 1 & 2 vs. LA
Fans have the chance to bid on commemorative Winter Olympics merchandise.

To commemorate the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, the Sharks Foundation will host a special two-night blind auction during the first two home playoff games vs. Los Angeles on Thursday, April 17 and Sunday, April 20. The auction will take place at the Sharks Foundation Booth located outside Section 118. The one-of-a-kind items will include custom frames, canvases and jerseys featuring 2014 Sharks Olympians #8 Joe Pavelski, #12 Patrick Marleau, #44 Marc-Edouard Vlasic and #31 Antti Niemi. On Thursday, April 17, #12 Patrick Marleau’s Olympic gold medal will also be on display.

This special two-night auction will be conducted via blind bid format. The auction will conclude at the end of the first intermission on Sunday, April 20. The individual who places the highest bid between Thursday, April 17 and Sunday, April 20 for each item will be deemed the winner. Winners will be displayed at The Sharks Foundation Booth at the beginning of the second intermission.

Fans who will not be in attendance on these dates have the option of placing a remote bid pre-game. Please email Casey Roberts at croberts@sharkssports.net for further information.

The following items will be available for blind auction (items subject to change):

Team-Signed Team USA Olympic Jersey

Autographed Joe Pavelski Olympic Jersey (navy)

Autographed Joe Pavelski Custom Framed Olympic Photo

Autographed Patrick Marleau Canvas Olympic Print

Autographed Patrick Marleau Olympic Jersey (white)

Autographed Marc-Edouard Vlasic Etched Olympic Wine Bottle

Autographed Marc-Edouard Vlasic Custom Framed Olympic Photo

Autographed Antti Niemi Canvas Olympic Print

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