2022 NHL Trade Deadline: Every San Jose Sharks trade, waiver claim & signing – Fear The Fin

    The craziness of Monday’s trade deadline is behind us and the San Jose Sharks look a bit calmer as acting GM Joe will try to get the club back on the winning track next fall.

    These are all the moves the sharks have made so far to achieve that goal:

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    resignation claim: ryan dzingel, f

    to start, and to point out that the team is desperate for offense, the sharks selected ryan dzingel off waivers when the toronto maple leafs acquired the 30-year-old forward in a trade with the arizona coyotes and immediately placed him on waivers to reassign it to the ahl. if he had pulled it off, he would have been a decent depth piece and probably served as a black ace in the playoffs. instead, he headed to san jose…where he was eventually assigned to the ahl.

    dzingel has a one-year, $1.1 million contract and will become an unrestricted free agent this summer.

    Acquired: alex stalock, ga edmonton oilers: future considerations

    This move has less to do with the future of the Sharks and more to do with 1. getting the team through a period where their goal runs out and 2. doing the right thing for a player who deserves a break. Stalock gave the Sharks many good years and no doubt the organization saw an opening and opportunity here, but it’s not a move made with longevity in mind. future considerations are likely to turn into a depth player or, at most, something like a seventh-round draft pick.

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    stalock, 34, is in the final year of a three-year contract capped at $785,000.

    signed: tomas hertl, f

    One of the Sharks’ biggest moves at this trade deadline was taking a big name off the board: The team’s top center signed a maximum eight-year contract extension to keep his talent in the Bay Area. long-term. And all it will cost the sharks is $8.1375 million each year.

    it’s worth it.

    acquired: kaapo kahkohnen, g; 2022 fifth-round pick (sjs)a minnesota wild: jacob middleton, d

    Capturing the hype that former echl defender jacob middleton earned for himself over the course of this season, the sharks secured another goalkeeper, hoping to not only get through this injury spell, but also look forward to the future of the fold. Kaapo Kahkohnen was expected to become the goaltender for the Minnesota Wild franchise just a few seasons ago. Could he take over the starting role in San Jose when James Reimer, 34, becomes a free agent in 2023?

    It also comes in very cheap, swapping Middleton’s contract for an identical $725,000 contract. both players will become restricted free agents this summer.

    acquired: anthony bitetto, danew york rangers: nick merkley, rw/c

    I’ll be honest, I’m not sure what to make of this one. It seems that, given his play early in the season and in the AHL, as well as his extremely attractive $750,000 contract, the Sharks might have gotten more for the 24-year-old Nick Merkley than the 31-year-old AHL defender. , anthony bitetto . i guess with middleton out someone will have to come up, leaving room for an ahl defender. New York needed to clear a defensive logjam and the Sharks have a lot of forwards in the last six. Seems like wasted leverage, but what do I know?

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    merkley will be in group 6 ufa this summer. bitetto will also become an unrestricted free agent. The Sharks may not have planned on re-signing Merkley, and this will give him another chance elsewhere.

    Acquired: 2024 Fifth Round Pick (Col)tocolorado avalanche: andrew cogliano, lw ( 50 percent retained)

    This exchange affected me, I’m not going to lie. Doug Wilson really loved Andrew Cogliano, and he wanted this team to be successful with him. he is an incredible worker, someone who has done reps in the league and i have come to appreciate him as a player and a person in his time in san jose. Knowing the off-ice struggles he’s had this season, I’m going to think about him and his family a lot for the rest of the season and the postseason.

    I’m glad the team was able to do the right thing to send him to a contender, and a fifth-round pick is expected for a 34-year-old deep forward. the salary withheld is small change.

    acquired: antoine morand, ctotampa bay lightning: alexei melnichuk, g

    with the acquisition of kahkonen earlier in the day, it seemed certain that a sharks goalie would be on the move. Many predicted, or perhaps hoped, that the team would trade James Reimer to maximize potential performance. Instead, the board is engaging with Reimer, who has been the bona fide starter for basically the entire season, and sent in a goalkeeper who has regressed in his development. Melnichuk’s days at the club seemed numbered from the moment Zachary Sawchenko beat the 23-year-old Russian goalkeeper for a squad spot.

    Tampa Bay’s AHL goal is a nightmare, and if the team wants a historic three-peat championship title, they’ll need insurance on the net, and hey, at least Melnichuk is cheap. again, it sounds like the sharks might have pushed for more, but taking out a pending restricted free agent the front office wasn’t going to re-sign is something, at least.

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