This season has not exactly gone as planned for the San Jose Sharks. Currently sitting 27th in the league and 13 points behind the wild card spot, it is safe to say that nobody would have predicted the season going this way back in October.
Cody Glenn-USA TODAY Sports We’re in the countdown to the 2020 NHL Trade Deadline. The NHL trade deadline is Monday, Feb. 24 at 12 p.m. Pacific Time, which means we have just a few days to see what General Manager Doug Wilson has planned.
Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images “I don’t speak to Doug Wilson. He seems to think they have a lot coming with the Barracuda. I’m like, what f****** movie is he watching?” That’s one scout’s opinion of the San Jose Sharks’ AHL prospects and their ceilings.
Since the San Jose Sharks’ first season in 1991, there has been a multitude of extraordinary talent throughout the organization. From the top goal scorers, assist leaders, and skaters, to the best goalies and defensemen, the Sharks organization and fans have seen it all.
Players continue to be on the move in advance of the Feb. 24 NHL Trade Deadline, as the Washington Capitals have acquired defenseman Brenden Dillon from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick and a conditional 2021 third round pick.