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Fear The Fin Jul 28, 2021
Sharks sign James Reimer to two-year contract

Sharks sign James Reimer to two-year contract

Photo by Maddie Meyer/ With a young goalie in Adin Hill and no more Martin Jones, the Sharks have found a new starter. After the San Jose Sharks traded for restricted free agent Adin Hill from the Arizona Coyotes and bought out Martin Jones, goaltending seems to be the big focus for the team this off-season. Hill has played in 49 for the Coyotes for parts of four seasons, all which were split between the NHL and AHL. The Sharks were looking for a veteran goaltender to pair with the young Hill, and they seem to have found it in a familiar face. The club announced today...
Fear The Fin Jul 26, 2021
Sharks will not qualify Donato, Merkley

Sharks will not qualify Donato, Merkley

Photo by Brandon Magnus/NHLI via The team only retained rights to forward Noah Gregor and goaltender Adin Hill. Free Agency is approaching San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson doesn’t seem to be in a negotiating mood. Of the four pending restricted free agents on the team, just one has been issued a qualifying offer from the club. Noah Gregor, drafted by the Sharks in the fourth round of the 2016 NHL draft, has been issued a qualifying offer. Due to not meeting the threshold of professional games, Gregor has 10.2(c) status, meaning other teams cannot offer...
The Hockey Writers Jul 26, 2021

Sharks Have Too Many Goaltending Options to Settle for Adin Hill

The NHL Entry Draft has finally come to an end, and San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson has still made no big moves. Though the club is in dire…
The Hockey Writers Jul 19, 2021

Sharks Get Adin Hill to Improve League-Worst Goaltending

Preying on one of the teams that had too many good goaltenders to protect, the San Jose Sharks acquired Adin Hill from the Arizona Coyotes. The full trade was Hill…
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Coyotes trade Adin Hill to San Jose Sharks for goalie prospect and high draft pick

Coyotes trade Adin Hill to San Jose Sharks for goalie prospect and high draft pick

The Coyotes made a trade on Saturday, sending Adin Hill to the San Jose Sharks before the NHL expansion draft player protection lists were due.       
Fear The Fin Jul 17, 2021
San Jose Sharks acquire goaltender Adin Hill

San Jose Sharks acquire goaltender Adin Hill

Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Hill will be the Sharks’ protected goaltender in the Seattle Expansion Draft. With the exception of the Vegas Golden Knights, 30 NHL general managers were scrambling to move players around before the roster freeze deadline at noon Pacific that took place before those same teams submitted their protected list to the NHL and NHLPA. San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson saw this as an opportunity to pursue some help in between the pipes, acquiring goaltender Adin Hill from the Arizona Coyotes along with a seventh-round pick in 2022 in...
Last Word on Hockey Jul 17, 2021

RFA Adin Hill Traded to San Jose Sharks

The Arizona Coyotes traded restricted free agent goaltender Adin Hill to the San Jose Sharks. Details have not been disclosed as to salary since Hill is a restricted free agent and will need to be signed. Elliotte Friedman confirmed the trade. ARI/SJ deal will be Adin Hill and a 7th for Josef Korenar and a […] The post RFA Adin Hill Traded to San Jose Sharks appeared first on Last Word On Hockey.

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