San Jose Sharks "The Shark Tank" Patch Display (SGA Impact Series)
Creative & quality framing and presentation of our collectibles is critical to our success. Thankfully, we’re very good at it! Framing since 1999, we have years of experience. Our framing materials are top quality, jersey pinning is second to none, and exclusive custom plates are totally unique. You will not find quality collectibles like ours anywhere else.
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE
You can’t step foot inside the San Jose city limits without being bombarded by teal. It seems that everyone within the city (save for transplants from other major hockey scenes) represents their love for the Sharks on a daily basis. From tooth-lined license plate holders to beanies and even dogs wearing miniature jerseys, the city has a major case of fandom. But it wasn’t always that way. From 1991 until 1993, the Sharks played at the Cow Palace in Daly City. Then team was made up mostly of minor league players and rookies and their record showed it. From 1992–93, the Sharks lost a whopping 71 games, including a 17-game losing streak, and yet the people of the Bay still rallied behind them. And due to the team’s commercial success, the arena plans in San Jose were upgraded to “The Tank” that Sharks fan know and love today. The SAP Center, formerly San Jose Arena, is the crown jewel of downtown San Jose and one of the toughest places to play in the NHL if you’re not wearing teal. This Sports Gallery Exclusive Display is part of our SGA Impact Series, high impact displays for high impact athletes and teams. We start with an official Sharks Patch, but this display is obviously much more than that. Sports Gallery Quality Framed with wood moulding and Sharks double matting, we've deluxe cut "THE SHARK TANK" into the matting, celebrating the Sharks and their home ice. Measuring 16"h x 33 1/2" w, this beauty is a unique...and perfect...gift for any FINatcial Sharks fan. A must for the (Wo)ManCave!