Erik Karlsson

On Sept. 13, 2018, the San Jose Sharks made an absolutely shocking trade with the Ottawa Senators. They traded for two-time Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson, as well as forward prospect Francis Perron, in exchange for Chris Tierney, Rudolfs Balcers, Dylan Demelo, and former Sharks draft pick Josh Norris, as well as a 2020 unprotected
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Defence wins championships, right? Well, if that’s true — and the St. Louis Blues were pretty darn good on the back end — then the top teams here could have a leg up on the competition. Defensive depth is crucial, but having a couple studs on the blue line is also invaluable. There is no
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David Poile has had a long career in the NHL, including stints as the Atlanta/Calgary Flames assistant general manager, 15 years as the Washington Capitals general manager from 1982-1997, and has been the Nashville Predators only general manager since their inception into the league in 1998. Over his time in the league, he has become
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With only two jerseys retired in the history of the revived Ottawa Senators, there could stand to be some new additions. It could take some time, though. Defenseman Chris Phillips’ No. 4 jersey just got retired alongside long-time captain Daniel Alfredsson’s (No. 11). Admittedly few others come close to matching their contributions to the team,
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The San Jose Sharks immediately felt the pressure of a new hockey season and were instantly put on the back-pedal after dropping four games in a row to start 2019. They continued to have a horrible October and were 4-8-1 by the end of the month. The team has been recovering during November, and have
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On Tuesday, Aug. 27, EA Sports released their first wave of ratings for the top 50 players in NHL 20. According to the EA website, overall attributes take into account individual abilities for both skaters and goalies. Related: NHL 20 Player Ratings: 31-40 EA will be revealing the ratings for the top 50 players until the
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© Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports Karlsson signing fallout Frank Seravalli: The San Jose Sharks now have $26.5 million committed to three defensemen for six seasons – Erik Karlsson, Brent Burns and Marc-Edouard Vlasic. Arpon Basu: The Sharks have about $13 million in salary cap space but have UFAs Joe Pavelski and Joe Thornton, as well
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report this ad In today’s News & Notes, Erik Karlsson has undergone groin surgery, Pavel Datsyuk has signed a new contract in the KHL and the Vancouver Canucks won’t be moving the 10th overall selection. Related: NHL News & Notes: Bruins, Predators & More Karlsson Undergoes Groin Surgery As many expected would be the case,
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