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The San Jose Sharks have signed left wing Brad Winchester to a one-year contract. Winchester was brought into training camp on a tryout basis and ended up earning a contract Monday. Winchester appeared in five preseason games, posting one goal, one assist and a team-high 18 penalty minutes. Winchester split time last season between St.
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