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October 19, 2013 | 11:46pm ET
Burns to shave it off for charity

San Jose Sharks forward Brent Burns is easily recognized in the hockey world for his wild hair and beastly beard, but it's all coming off.

Burns, who may be mildly known as the Sharks defenseman turned right wing, is best known for having some of the wildest facial hair in the NHL.

On Saturday, the Sharks announced that Burns will be removing all of that hair on Nov. 1 in "Burnzie's Buzzcut for Charity."

In an effort to raise donations to support Defending the Blue Line and the Katie Moore Foundation, Burns is going to allow one of his teammates to give him a buzz cut and shave his beard on Nov. 1.

From now until October 31, the Sharks Foundation will be accepting donations with the goal of raising $5,000 for each of these worthwhile charities.

Fans who donate $50 or more will receive a signed "before/after" photo of Burns, while the Top 3 donors will have the chance to meet Brent and witness the shaving in person.

If you want to participate or for more information, visit

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