Here is the list of trades and acquisitions since January, as listed by The Hockey News website:
|Apr 03, 2013|
SHARKS LAND RUGGED VETERAN TORRES
The San Jose Sharks acquired winger Raffi Torres from the Phoenix Coyotes for a third-round draft pick in 2013.
|Apr 03, 2013|
SHARKS BRING BACK D-MAN HANNAN
The San Jose Sharks acquired defenseman Scott Hannan from the Nashville Predators for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2013.
|Apr 02, 2013|
RANGERS ADD MUSCLE, GRIT WITH CLOWE
The New York Rangers acquired winger Ryane Clowe from the San Jose Sharks for a second-round draft pick in 2013, a third-round draft pick in 2013 and a conditional second-round draft pick in 2013.
|Apr 01, 2013|
'HAWKS LAND VETERAN C HANDZUS
The Chicago Blackhawks acquired center Michal Handzus from the San Jose Sharks for a 2013
|Mar 25, 2013|
PITTSBURGH LANDS STAY-AT-HOME D-MAN MURRAY
The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired defenseman Douglas Murray from the San Jose Sharks for a second-round pick in 2013 and a conditional second-round pick in 2014.
|Jan 16, 2013|
RANGERS GET BIG, TOUGH MASHINTER
The New York Rangers acquired winger Brandon Mashinter from the San Jose Sharks for winger Tommy Grant and a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2014.
Ryane Clowe's first game witht he New York Rangers was incredible. He scored two goals and one assist. Way to go, Ryane! I'll be watching the games to see how you do, just as I do with any Sharks alumni playing on other teams. Sharks players always have a special place in my heart. I wish all of you the best and thank you for the great action and memories.
The team's streak started on March 25th, with a 5-3 win over the Ducks in Anaheim. Next, the Sharks came home for spell, where they faced the Ducks on the 27th: this time shutting the waterfowl 4-0. The following night, Detroit challenged the Sharks, hoping to take advantage of a team supposedly weary from a road stint and the second of back-to-back games. The Sharks came out strong, again beating the opposition AND getting a second shut-out 2-0 (in consecutive nights, no less).
On March 30th, San Jose faces the Coyotes, new Shark Raffi Torres former team, beating Phoenix 3-2. On April 1, the Canucks flew in to try and break the winning streak. They left after losing 3-2. The Wild hoped to be spoilers on April 3rd, only to turn tail, leaving after a 4-2 loss. The Calgary Flames were full of hot air, but the Sharks drowned them out with a 2-1 win on April 5th.
It took the Dallas Stars on April 7th, the final home game at the tank to break the cycle. San Jose lost in a shoot out to Dallas, 4-5. The next game is on Tuesday, April 9th at Columbus.
San Jose (47 points) as of Sunday, April 7th, holds fifth place in the Western Conference overall and third in the Pacific, one point below Los Angeles (48).
Courtesy of the San Jose / NHL listed below are a couple of highlights. The Dan Boyle goal is amazing.
Boyle's end-to-end skate for the tying goal on Friday 4/6 verses Calgary
Raffi Torres series of hits which draws a Sharks power play from games verses Dallas 4-6-13
Let's Go Sharks!!!
stay safe out there!
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