Found June 20, 2013 on BaySportsNet:
The San Jose Sharks took care of one of their top offseason priorities today, re-signing free agent left-winger Raffi Torres. Torres was acquired by the Sharks at the trade deadline from the Phoenix Coyotes and played in 11 regular season games and the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. During his short stint with the Sharks, he contributed six points, while racking up 38 hits and just four penalty minutes. His speed and grittiness on the ice seemed to fit San Jose’s style of play perfectly. We are very excited to bring Raffi back to the San Jose Sharks,” GM Doug Wilson said. “He competes hard in all three zones and brought a lot of ingredients to our lineup last season. We think he is a great fit for our club moving forward.” Torres was a force in the first round playoff sweep over the Vancouver Canucks, delivering 18 hits and adding a game winning goal in Game 2 of the series. He was forced to sit out most of the second round series loss to the Los Angeles Kings after de...
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