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Sabres re-sign Danny O’Regan to a one-year deal

Sabres re-sign Danny O’Regan to a one-year deal

Restricted free agent Danny O’Regan agrees to a one-year, two way deal with the Sabres The Buffalo Sabres announced this morning they’ve re-signed forward Danny O’Regan to a one-year, two-way deal worth $874,125. The 24-year-old will remain a restricted a free agent next summer when his new contract expires. O’Regan was of course the prospect acquired in the deadline trade back in February that sent Evander Kane to the San Jose Sharks. The 2012 fifth-round pick played two games with the Sabres and 18 with the Amerks last season. He had 13 goals and 40 points in 49 games for the...

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The Mercury News Jul 14, 2018
Sharks star Pavelski holds lead in Tahoe celebrity golf tournament

Sharks star Pavelski holds lead in Tahoe celebrity golf tournament

Pavelski had 23 points Saturday. His best finish in two previous appearances is 10th. He knows he’s going to have to hold off Mulder if he’s going to win his first celebrity golf tournament.
Fear The Fin Jul 12, 2018
Reports: Sharks still in on Karlsson, Pacioretty to be traded

Reports: Sharks still in on Karlsson, Pacioretty to be traded

Whatever happened to the pending trade call with Tampa Bay? It’s tough to make any sense of the dumpster fire that is the Ottawa Senators, who have consistently managed to butcher every existing avenue for improving the team. Erik Karlsson’s saga continues this week, with the Senators nowhere near a trade for the want-away superstar who rejected their eight-year, $80 million extension. Karlsson, you’ll recall, was reportedly dealt to Tampa Bay, pending a call with the NHL office. And then he wasn’t. Suddenly, Dallas jumped in the mix and were reportedly front-runners until their...
The Mercury News Jul 9, 2018
Sharks file federal suit over parking at BART station in San Jose

Sharks file federal suit over parking at BART station in San Jose

The filing moves the issue forward, even as the Sharks and VTA have been meeting to find a compromise.
Fear The Fin Jul 7, 2018
Sharks promote Tim Burke, Doug Wilson Jr. in front office changes

Sharks promote Tim Burke, Doug Wilson Jr. in front office changes

The Sharks shook up their internal management structure today. The San Jose Sharks announced a change in their internal management system today, with Director of Scouting Tim Burke being promoted to Assistant General Manager. Doug Wilson Jr., the Director of Hockey Operations, will take Burke’s former position as head scout. As the Sharks’ chief scout for the last 15 years, Burke has been responsible for the team finding late-round gems like Joe Pavelski, Justin Braun, Joakim Ryan, and Kevin Labanc. Under his tenure, the Sharks have also selected Charlie Coyle, Matt Carle, Timo Meier,...
Fear The Fin Jul 7, 2018
Sharks re-sign Dylan DeMelo to two-year contract

Sharks re-sign Dylan DeMelo to two-year contract

San Jose re-ups its sixth defenseman to a cheap contract. The San Jose Sharks announced they have re-signed defenseman Dylan DeMelo to a two-year contract with an acerage annual value of $900,000. The contract comes in a bit above what his $715,000 qualifying offer would have been, but a touch under what Matt Cane projected a two-year deal to cost San Jose against the salary cap. Happy to be back for another 2 years. Can’t wait to get things going in October. See you soon fans!— Dylan DeMelo (@ddems2) July 7, 2018 DeMelo, 25, took over the sixth defensemen spot from Tim Heed...
Last Word on Hockey Jul 7, 2018
Dylan DeMelo Re-signs with San Jose Sharks

Dylan DeMelo Re-signs with San Jose Sharks

The San Jose Sharks have re-signed defencemen Dylan DeMelo to a two-year deal worth $1.8 million or $900,000 per season AAV. This deal carries him through the 2020-21 season. DeMelo became an unrestricted free agent when he did not receive a qualifying offer from the San Jose Sharks on June 25th. https://twitter.com/renlavoietva/status/1015711703491891201 https://twitter.com/KKurzNHL/status/1015722313247961088 Dylan Demelo Stays a Shark DeMelo, 25, has spent his entire three-year NHL career with the San Jose Sharks. He has scored three career goals along with 29 assists for 32 career points...
Sportsnet.ca Jul 7, 2018
Sharks re-sign defenceman Dylan DeMelo to two-year contract

Sharks re-sign defenceman Dylan DeMelo to two-year contract

The San Jose Sharks have re-signed defenceman Dylan DeMelo to a two-year contract. The post Sharks re-sign defenceman Dylan DeMelo to two-year contract appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Fear The Fin Jul 6, 2018
Sharks sign camp invitee Vladislav Kotkov

Sharks sign camp invitee Vladislav Kotkov

Kotkov, a Russian forward, is worth a lottery pick for his numbers alone. The San Jose Sharks announced today that they have signed forward Vladislav Kotkov to a standard entry-level contract. Kotkov, a 6-foot-4, 205 pound Russian winger for the Chicoutimi Saguenéens of the QMJHL, scored 51 points in 67 games (including playoffs) this season. eliteprospects.com Kotkov put up solid, if unspectacular-looking numbers this year While old NHL equivalency scores suggested players going straight from the QMJHL to the NHL retain about 28% of their scoring, new more...
Sportsnet.ca Jul 6, 2018
Sharks sign forward Vladislav Kotkov to entry-level deal

Sharks sign forward Vladislav Kotkov to entry-level deal

The San Jose Sharks have signed forward Vladislav Kotkov to an entry-level contract. The post Sharks sign forward Vladislav Kotkov to entry-level deal appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Mercury News Jul 6, 2018
Sharks notes: will any prospects at camp reach the NHL this year?

Sharks notes: will any prospects at camp reach the NHL this year?

Dylan Gambrell, Rudofs Balcers and Jacob Middleton are first in line for recalls to the Sharks this season.
Fear The Fin Jul 6, 2018
Meet the 2018 Sharks Development Camp invitees

Meet the 2018 Sharks Development Camp invitees

You might know the usual suspects of the Sharks’ system, but here are 12 new names to look out for. The Sharks’ Prospect Development camp will finish up tonight with the Prospects Scrimmage at the SAP Center, marking the unofficial end of the 2017-18 hockey calendar until the preseason gets underway in September. And while most fans’ focus at tonight’s game will be on high profile Sharks picks like Ryan Merkley and Rudolfs Balcers, there’s another group of players worth giving your attention to. This year’s camp included 12 invitees, undrafted or unsigned players from the...
The Mercury News Jul 6, 2018
70-goal scorer among top attractions at annual Sharks prospect scrimmage

70-goal scorer among top attractions at annual Sharks prospect scrimmage

Sharks prospect Jayden Halbgewachs led the Canadian junior hockey leagues in scoring last season.
The Mercury News Jul 3, 2018
Thoughts: how do the Sharks move forward after missing out on John Tavares?

Thoughts: how do the Sharks move forward after missing out on John Tavares?

Losing out on John Tavares might be a blessing in disguise for the Sharks.
Golden Gate Sports Jul 3, 2018

San Jose Sharks: No reason to panic after missing out on Tavares

The San Jose Sharks must find alternative plans to upgrade the roster after losing out on the top free agent available. Credit Doug Wilson for getting the San Jose Sharks in a financial position to potentially add a marquee player in free agency. The Sharks, looking to add some firepower to their lineup, sent a […] San Jose Sharks: No reason to panic after missing out on Tavares - Golden Gate Sports - Golden Gate Sports - A Bay Area Sports Site

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