San Jose Sharks have been in great form in the ongoing National Hockey League (NHL) season. Fresh off a two-match winning streak, San Jose Sharks decided to make things interesting during Monday's training session. The California-based franchise decided to bring in a teenage fan who got famous for his 'Moonwalk' celebration during last month's intermission shootout.
Okay the spin-o-rama was cool and all BUT DID YOU SEE THAT MOONWALK CELLY 🕴 pic.twitter.com/Q1UbuWrtkF— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) November 24, 2019
San Jose Sharks brought in a young fan by the name of Sam to help their leading stars learn the 'Moonwalk' celebration. San Jose Sharks' wingers Timo Meier and Kevin Labanc were seen getting private lessons from shootout star - Sam. The young hockey enthusiast got famous after San Jose Sharks posted his 'Moonwalk' celebration on their official Twitter handle on November 23, 2019. Will we see some eyeball-grabbing celebrations in future San Jose Sharks matches? We reckon, yes.
"Big, big road trip coming up. It's not getting any easier. Some hard buildings and a back-to-back in Florida. We see what happens if we don't play to our identity. It's not so much worrying about the other teams, we just have to be a better team ourselves." - @BDillon04 pic.twitter.com/LwEtEUTLdB— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) December 4, 2019