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Sport San Jose Sharks looking to acquire a first-round pick

02:51  20 january  2020
02:51  20 january  2020 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

Eller's goal completes Capitals' stunning OT win over Sharks

  Eller's goal completes Capitals' stunning OT win over Sharks WASHINGTON (AP) — Lars Eller scored with 2:59 remaining in overtime after the Washington Capitals rallied from two goals down in the final minute of regulation, completing a stunning 5-4 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday. T.J. Oshie tied the game with 14.2 seconds left. Eller also assisted Jakub Vrana’s second goal of the game inside the final minute. Evander Kane had his third career hat trick for San Jose, which never trailed before Eller's game-winner. Logan Couture also scored for the Sharks.Nic Dowd had a second-period goal for Washington.

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Sharks general manager Doug Wilson probably didn’t think much about including a first-round pick for Ottawa when San Jose traded for defenseman Erik Karlsson back in September of 2018. After all, the Sharks have been picking in the back third of the draft for years with the exception of 2015 when the Sharks picked ninth overall, grabbing Timo Meier.

Doug Wilson wearing a suit and tie© Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Unfortunately, Wilson is watching a potential disaster at hand as the Sharks find themselves with the sixth-worst record in the NHL with little hope that they will vault themselves into any sort of playoff contention in the second half of the season. Instead, the Ottawa Senators could find themselves with two high-quality lottery picks in what is considered to be a deep 2020 draft.

Eller's goal completes Capitals' stunning OT win over Sharks

  Eller's goal completes Capitals' stunning OT win over Sharks WASHINGTON (AP) Lars Eller scored with 2:59 remaining in overtime after the Washington Capitals rallied from two goals down in the final minute of regulation, completing a stunning 5-4 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday. T.J. Oshie tied it with 14.2 seconds left, and Eller also assisted Jakub Vrana's second goal of the game inside the final minute.Evander Kane had his third career hat trick for San Jose, which never trailed before Eller's winner. Logan Couture also scored for the Sharks. Nic Dowd had a second-period goal for Washington.

San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson made a major splash at the NHL trade deadline, acquiring It is possible that the Sharks could re-sign Kane, who is looking to get a raise from the The first - round pick Buffalo acquired is conditional on Kane re-signing. If Kane does not re-sign, the

Heat looking to trade for first - round pick The Miami Heat don't currently have any picks in the draft, but they're going through all of their The Heat could trade one of their current players to acquire a first - round pick or they can even deal next year’s first - round pick to get into this year’s first round .

With the Sharks struggling offensively and needing more young talent that they don’t have from years of trading off their picks or top prospects, the Ottawa Sun’s Bruce Garrioch writes that Wilson is “embarrassed” that he traded that first-round pick and is now looking to acquire another one now that San Jose doesn’t have one. However, that could be an issue since the Sharks' top pending unrestricted free agents aren’t likely to bring in a first-rounder between Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, Melker Karlsson, Brenden Dillon, Stefan Noesen, Tim Heed, Radim Simek and goalie Aaron Dell.

With a “For sale” sign on the door, Garrioch wonders if Wilson will have to make some major changes to fix the Sharks, which would mean dipping into their core. San Jose could be forced to consider trading Meier, Tomas Hertl and Brent Burns, which would shake up the squad significantly. Unfortunately for the Sharks, Wilson now has an aging roster with major commitments to Evander Kane (five more years at $7 million Average Annual Value), Marc-Edouard Vlasic (six more years at $7 million AAV), Burns, (five more years at $8 million AAV), Karlsson (seven more years at $11.5 million AAV) and goaltender Martin Jones (four more years at $5.75 million AAV).

Sharks’ Logan Couture out approximately 6 weeks with broken ankle

  Sharks’ Logan Couture out approximately 6 weeks with broken ankle Logan Couture will be out of the Sharks’ lineup for approximately six weeks because of a broken bone in his left ankle. Couture, 30, was injured midway through the second period at St. Louis on Tuesday when he went into the end boards after getting tangled with Blues defenseman Vince Dunn. “Weird play,” Couture said Thursday during the team’s morning skate in preparation to host Columbus at SAP Center. “He nudged me a little bit when I wasn’t expecting it. That’s my own fault, I’ve got protect myself one-on-one going into the boards. I take responsibility for not protecting myself the proper way.

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The San Jose Sharks traded for pending unrestricted free agent Evander Kane on Monday as they The Buffalo Sabres will receive a conditional first - round pick in 2019 if Kane re-signs with San I'm looking forward to having the opportunity to possibly play in the playoffs and add as much as I can to

Doug Wilson wearing a suit and tie© Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

With few young players on the horizon, the Sharks may be in quite a bit of trouble and could be forced to reverse course and start a rebuild sooner rather than later unless they can turn things around quickly.

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