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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Any Sharks fans in Calgary?

Quick note: This is post #1000. Congrats, BoCers!

Any Sharks fans living in Calgary? I've just been contacted by Calgary Herald reporter Joel Kom; he wants to do a story on watching the game with a Sharks fan in enemy territory. If you fit that bill, you can contact him directly at jkom@theherald.canwest.com.

10 comments:

Earl Sleek said...

Quick note: This is post #1000. Congrats, BoCers!

Correction: This is ATTEMPTED post #1,000.

I noted we were getting close the other day, but if you look at the sidebar at the number of published posts, we're at #960 at this point.

It's one of two things I'm keeping track of at this point: the thousandth post, and the 2-year birthday of this blog (exactly one month from today).

I wonder: which will arrive first?

Mr. Plank said...

I threw this up on my site as well. Thanks for the heads up Mike.

Julian said...

Matt should call him posing as a Sharks fan.

Earl Sleek said...

Heh, I was thinking this would be a nice thing for Christian Ehrhoff to do while sitting around Calgary.

Mr. Plank said...

I think I heard Corey Perry is up their on vacation as well; maybe they become bff's?

Earl Sleek said...

Perry is a huuuuuuge Sharks fan. You can tell because as soon as any Shark gets near him, he falls over (dives) from all the excitement.

Earl Sleek said...

Actually, thinking it over a sec, maybe we should be thinking about the defensemen who won't be playing at all this series.

I'd like to read a feature about a CGY sportswriter watching a game with Matt Carle and Sandis Ozolinsh.

Julian said...

$3.5 million and in the press box. Ouch.

Megalodon said...

Faux-Hawks are for idiots.

Nick said...

We travel to see the wings in other buildings once or twice a year, we usually see tons of wings fans everywhere we go *except* calgary/edmonton/(vancouver). Those guys are hardcore up there.. Well, probably that plus you don't get a lot of American tourism or Detroit transplants in Alberta.