The event is part of the 2017 Outsports Reunion, this year being held in Denver.
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There are more than 50 area attractions, ranging from the Pioneers Museum to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and the American Numismatic Association Money Museum, nirvana for coin collectors. One of the nation’s most fabulous city parks, Garden of the Gods, is nestled in the foothills of Pikes Peak.
The stunning red rock formations draw tourists with cameras in tow to capture a perfect shot of the rocks framing the snow-capped peak.
All of the players converged at Sharks Ice in San Jose, before separating into two groups: The 41 players at camp are competing for one of the 23 roster spots on the Sharks.
To make competition for a spot with the big club even tougher, the Sharks added Mikkel Boedker and David Schlemko.
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But there’s much more to attract and hold visitors’ attention. Olympic Training Centers is located here, and visitors can watch world-class athletes in action. You can visit several areas of the academy, including the Cadet Chapel and the Honor Court.
That said, and with so few available slots, most of the players at the camp will end up playing for the San Jose Barracuda, returning to Juniors, or playing elsewhere.
One could speculate that on opening night the Sharks forward group will likely include: Joe Thornton, Joe Pavelski, Tomas Hertl, Mikkel Boedker, Logan Couture, Joonas Donskoi, Patrick Marleau, Chris Tierney, Joel Ward, Matt Nieto, and Melker Karlsson.
Thursday, September 15, 2016, brought an end to the summer for San Jose Sharks rookies and prospects with the start of Sharks Rookie Camp.
The camp runs from September 15 through September 21.