Sports San Jose Sharks giving away shirtless Joe Thornton bobblehead with realistic beard

19:36  07 december  2017
19:36  07 december  2017 Source:   For The Win

Report: Thornton won't be disciplined for headshot on Oshie

  Report: Thornton won't be disciplined for headshot on Oshie Joe Thornton appears to have avoided punishment for the hit that knocked T.J. Oshie out of Monday night's game. The San Jose Sharks forward will not receive any supplemental discipline for hitting the Washington Capitals winger in the head late in the second period, The Athletic's Kevin Kurz reports.

However, Joe Thornton ’s bobblehead is spot-on. The San Jose Sharks are giving them out with the special ticket pack for the March 20 game vs. the Devils that you can get access to in the link below.

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San Jose Sharks giving away shirtless Joe Thornton bobblehead with realistic beard© Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports San Jose Sharks giving away shirtless Joe Thornton bobblehead with realistic beard Sometimes bobbleheads can look funny. There's only so much you can do with a bobblehead in terms of trying to make it look realistic. However, Joe Thornton's bobblehead is spot-on.

The San Jose Sharks are giving them out with the special ticket pack for the March 20 game vs. the Devils that you can get access to in the link below.

It's truly an impressive bobblehead that looks exactly like Thornton did as he walked around Pittsburgh on a hot day last year.

Of course, Thornton has been shirtless many other times, including in most interviews. When the Sharks asked him why back in 2010, he replied:

"I think because I sweat so much, I just can't wait to take off my shirt. So I think it's because I perspire so much."

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