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The Nashville Predators have traded defenseman Scott Hannan to the San Jose Sharks for a conditional 7th round pick. Hannan will return to the team where he started his career with and played for from the 1998-99 season through 2006-07.
Hannan is 34 and signed a one year deal during the summer. However, because of his lack of play as of late, Hannan found himself a 7th or 8th defenseman on the Predators' roster. Hannan suffered an upper body injury March 17 in Edmonton during the first period. He was then placed on injured reserve and has yet to return.
The British Columbia native played in 29 games and had a -11. His offensive production was absent as he posted only one assist.
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Per multiple sources, Hannan has officially been traded to the San Jose Sharks. Nashville, in return, will acquire a conditional 6th/7th round draft selection from San Jose in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
Nashville sends Hannan to San Jose for a conditional 67th round pick. #tradecentre
— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) April 3, 2013
And per David Pollak..
#SJSharks conditional deal...
A Nashville Predators fan was caught on camera picking his nose and eating it during Tuesday night's game against the Colorado Avalanche. Making matters even worse, FOX Sports had the "Bridgestone Performance Moment" graphic on the screen at the time.
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The San Jose Sharks added some toughness and defensive depth at the trade deadline Wednesday by dealing draft picks to acquire forward Raffi Torres from Phoenix and defenseman Scott Hannan from Nashville.
The Coyotes received a third-round pick in this year's draft for Torres while the Predators will get either a sixth or seventh-rounder for Hannan.
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