Sharks Stay Quiet At Trade Deadline, Current Contracts Possibly to Blame

March 4th, 2010 by Jason Figueiredo-Dumpit Leave a reply »
Steady as she goes!

Not a bad mentality for some, but for Northern California hockey, it can feel a bit empty.

The San Jose Sharks kept the steering wheel heading due north during the biggest “mover-and-shaker” day of the year and fans are left wondering, where were the fireworks, where was a move for some blue line depth, and where was really anything at all. 

Whether this non-movement was a good decision or not will be answered by the trophy that they bring home at end of the season.  Unfortunately for San Jose’s management, this ship only has one stop…and the waters ahead are looking nefarious.  

There are several reasons for the rather docile NHL Trade Deadline and all of it whittles down to no one really wanted what the Sharks had to offer. 

The Sharks have only four full time forwards and four full time defensemen that will not be a free agent when this offseason rapidly arrives.

Of these eight players, only three (Torrey Mitchell, Marc ...

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