Eric Fehr has officially joined the Sharks.
The 32-year-old forward practiced with the team in Nashville yesterday and is expected to fill out the fourth line tonight. Instead of going on about him, I’ll turn you over to the man himself:
Hopefully it won’t be too awkward playing with guys he beat out for the Stanley Cup just two years ago.
Here’s more Sharks news and notes from around the web:
Eric Fehr is hoping to revitalize his NHL career with Sharks
Eric Fehr is bringing experience, professionalism and his Stanley Cup ring to the Sharks' dressing room.
Fehr or Foul: Sharks acquire a fourth-line center, but is he the solution? | NBCS Bay Area
The Sharks made a move to fill the hole down the middle on their fourth line. How effectively Eric Fehr can do that is another matter.
Scoring binge masks deeper issues for Sharks' third line | NBCS Bay Area
The good news is that the Sharks' third line is scoring in bunches. The bad news is that their success doesn't appear sustainable.
Boedker's Goal Marks $1 Million Raised Through Goals For Kids Program
The Sharks Foundation announced that it has reached $1 million through the Goals For Kids Program with Mikkel Boedker's goal.
San Jose Sharks Path to a Stanley Cup
The San Jose Sharks are fighting just to make the playoffs, so winning the Stanley Cup this season might seem very unlikely. It turns out, it isn't as unlikely as one might expect.
Doug Wilson expects Joe Thornton to rejoin Sharks this year
Doug Wilson expects Joe Thornton to return from a right-knee injury this season.
Sharks get what they deserve in Fehr trade with Maple Leafs
The Sharks acquired Eric Fehr for a seventh-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft to plug their hole at fourth line center.
Brent Burns will suit up for the Sharks game with the Blues
Brent Burns is healthy enough to play against the St. Louis Blues Tuesday.
And news from around the NHL:
10 most annoying things NHL GMs say at trade deadline
You'll be hearing a lot from NHL GMs during deadline week, but you may not be satisfied by what they say. Here are 10 annoying things to look out for.
Sabres' Evander Kane expects to be dealt before NHL trading deadline - Sportsnet.ca
Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane says he fully expects to be dealt before the NHL's trading deadline hits Monday.
Seattle to begin ticket drive for potential NHL team on March 1 - Sportsnet.ca
Fans will be able to send in deposits to become a season-ticket holder for a Seattle NHL franchise on March 1.
Only On AP: Puck, player tracking being tested at Olympics
GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) — Finland players looked at the numbers and laughed.
The NHL Needs to Copy the Olympics - VICE Sports
Dave Lozo has three ways the NHL can grow its audience and popularity by shamelessly copying the Olympics.
Kings Trade Darcy Kuemper to Arizona for Tobias Rieder, Scott Wedgewood - Jewels From The Crown
The Kings sell high on Darcy Kuemper to acquire another depth forward. Is the bottom-six upgrade worth the goalie downgrade?
Carolina Hurricanes Hockey is for Everyone Spotlight: PNC Arena’s Sensory Inclusion Program Opens New Doors - Canes Country
Events at PNC Arena now cater to a previously underserved population.