The trade deadline is today at noon Pacific, 3 pm EST.
We know all of the major trade rumors coming through San Jose, with Erik Karlsson and Evander Kane at the forefront. We know Joel Ward has been asked for his six-team no-trade list, and that Paul Martin is looking for a team that will offer him a job at the NHL level.
All we have left to do is sit and wait.
Feel free to use the comments to go to town on any new rumors as they come up. In the meantime, here’s your Sharks news and notes from around the web:
Sharks look for answers after back-to-back defeats
San Jose Sharks center Joe Pavelski was going through a period-by-period analysis of his team's 3-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks at United Center on Friday. But just as he started to assess the third period, he stopped, sighed and skipped ahead to the frustrating conclusion.
Why a Sharks trade for Sabres' Kane seems unlikely
The Sharks are reportedly kicking tires on a trade for embattled Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane.
Wild complete comeback over Sharks in overtime
Martin Jones made 38 saves in the Sharks overtime loss.
Sharks trade reigning AHL goalie of the year for late pick | NBCS Bay Area
Just over four years after Troy Grosenick burst on to the scene with a shutout in his NHL debut, the Sharks traded him to Nashville.
Martin Jones' biggest strength lately? Stopping the Wild's | NBCS Bay Area
With Martin Jones in net Sunday against the Wild, the Sharks goaltender is suited to shut down what Minnesota is best at.
Sharks end road trip with third straight loss | NBCS Bay Area
The Sharks blew a two-goal lead, but salvaged a point after losing to the Minnesota Wild in overtime on Sunday.
Feature: Sharks In Desperate Need of More Power Play Opportunities | Sports Radio Service
Peter DeBoer’s squad was deprived of something other than a win on Friday night: opportunities on the power play.
And here’s the blood in the water around the league:
Leafs might shop for defence help on NHL deadline day | Toronto Star
The Leafs seem set at forward, and the surplus could lead to at least a small deal before Monday’s 3 p.m. NHL trade deadline.
NHL trade deadline 2018: Nine players to watch
Rental players aren't the only ones drawing interest around the league. This trade deadline could be an exciting one.
NHL Rumour Roundup: Latest on the Penguins, Blues, Sharks, Canadiens - Sportsnet.ca
After a few trades at the beginning of the day, Sunday's action came to a stop. As we get closer to Monday's trade deadline, here's the latest scuttlebutt around the NHL.
NHL trade deadline: Rangers' Rick Nash headed to Bruins in blockbuster deal - CBSSports.com
Boston gave New York a hefty haul for the 33-year-old winger.
NHL Trade Deadline 2018: Maple Leafs acquire Tomas Plekanec from Canadiens - CBSSports.com
Toronto picks up a versatile depth piece in the 35-year-old Plekanec.
Canucks GM under pressure to move Thomas Vanek before NHL trade deadline - Sportsnet.ca
Canucks GM Jim Benning earned a lot of goodwill last year by having such a strong trade deadline, but as his team sinks towards another bottom-five finish, Benning is under pressure to do it again. At the very least, he has to move pending UFA Thomas Vanek.
Ilya Kovalchuk reiterates desire to return to NHL next season – ProHockeyTalk
Ilya Kovalchuk made a bit of news after he won the Olympic gold medal with the Olympic Athletes from Russia. The 34-year-old winger confirmed that he wants to return to the NHL next season.
How L’Affaire Lindros gave birth to the NHL's trade call - Sportsnet.ca
They are two words we hear a lot at this time of year: Trade call. But for most, we don’t understand exactly what they mean, how the process works, and especially how they came to be.
Letestu traded to Nashville for Aberg, flipped to Columbus for pick - Sportsnet.ca
Veteran centreman Mark Letestu has been traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets by way of the Nashville Predators.
NHL absence led to many firsts in men's tournament
The lengthy list of firsts witnessed in men's ice hockey at the Pyeongchang Olympics is both impressive and in many cases outright stunning, contributing to one of the most topsy-turvy tournaments in memory.
Without NHL, Olympic hockey barely made a sound | Sam Donnellon - Philly
The lack of NHL players in Pyeongchang may have contributed to the low attendance and popularity surrounding hockey.