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SportSan Jose reaches two-year deal with young center Dylan Gambrell

06:11  12 july  2019
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Sabres top pick Dylan Cozens needs thumb 'procedure'

Sabres top pick Dylan Cozens needs thumb 'procedure' BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Sabres top draft pick Dylan Cozens needs a ''procedure'' to repair an injured left thumb. The Sabres provided the update Tuesday, a day after Cozens was scheduled to visit a specialist. Cozens will have the procedure Wednesday. He was hurt Saturday during a three-on-three scrimmage on the final day of the Sabres' developmental camp. A video showed Cozens leaving the ice with his thumb appearing dislocated. Afterward, the Canadian said he was confident his thumb wasn't broken. The 18-year-old center was selected with the No. 7 pick in the draft last month. --- More AP NHL: https://apnews. hockey player profile of Dylan Gambrell , 1996-08-26 Bonney Lake, WA, USA USA. Most recently in the AHL with San Jose Barracuda. Complete player biography and stats.

SAN JOSE — By signing a relatively modest one- year , million contract with the Sharks on Monday, winger Kevin Labanc is betting he can have another solid season. After all, if his NHL career continues on an upward trajectory, a bigger payday is sure to follow. One week after announcing a four- year

San Jose reaches two-year deal with young center Dylan Gambrell© Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports

The San Jose Sharks have reached an agreement with restricted free-agent center Dylan Gambrell, signing him to a two-year contract.

No financial details were released, but GM Doug Wilson did issue a short statement:

"Dylan had success at the AHL level with the Barracuda this past season, helping to lead the league’s youngest team to another Calder Cup Playoff berth. He has continued to show us growth in all areas of his game, and, with his goal in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final, has proven he can handle the pressure of the NHL. We look forward to his continued development, and the impact he will have on the Sharks."

Wild winger Jason Zucker no longer looking like a trade candidate

Wild winger Jason Zucker no longer looking like a trade candidate Wild winger Jason Zucker’s name has been in trade speculation for several months, with word leaking out twice about trades falling through. It may be time to put that speculation to rest. Minnesota GM Paul Fenton told Dane Mizutani of the Pioneer Press that after bringing in wingers Mats Zuccarello and Ryan Hartman in free agency, he’s likely done making moves this summer. Fenton believes the additions, plus the return to health of blue liner Mathew Dumba, should be enough to vault Minnesota back into postseason contention. In June, Zucker was awarded the King Clancy Memorial trophy for his leadership and humanitarian service.

The San Jose Sharks have recalled Dylan Gambrell and Antoine Bibeau, likely just as extra Gambrell was recalled Thursday to San Jose , assigned back to the San Jose Barracuda of the The 22- year old center is up under emergency conditions, meaning he’ll likely go back down when Larkin

SAN JOSE , CA – APRIL 05: Dylan Gambrell #14 of the San Jose Sharks in action against the Colorado Avalanche at SAP Center on April 5 Dylan Gambrell will get his turn. Stay patient. As the Sharks await Joe Thornton’s return from injured reserve, they recalled Gambrell from the Barracuda

Gambrell, 22, played in eight regular-season games and two playoff games for the Sharks this past season.

The team has also signed forward Antti Suomelato a one-year contract.

Both players will still be restricted free agents when the deals expire.

San Jose Police investigating murder of 84-year-old man.
San Jose police are investigating the death of an 84-year-old man as a homicide, after discovering the victim amid a burglary-in-progress call. Officers responded to a residence at the 3200 block of Montecito at about 9:30 a.m. Friday, where they noticed a vehicle leaving the area. Police attempted to stop the vehicle and then engaged in a brief pursuit before calling it off for safety reasons. The officers were unaware at the time of the victim inside the home, who was near death when they arrived, police said. The man, whose identity is pending next-of-kin notification, was pronounced dead at the scene. There have been no arrests.

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