The trade deadline reviews are in, and it looks like the Doug Wilson and the Sharks (which sounds like a terrible band name) came out on top with the acquisitions of Eric Fehr and Evander Kane and selling Troy Grosenick and Brandon Bollig to the Nashville Predators.
Wilson didn’t do much at last year’s trade deadline — just the Jannik Hansen and Nikolay Goldobin swap — so it’s been awhile since we’ve had to adjust to major moves. And we won’t get much time to do that, either. Evander Kane is expected to join the Sharks tonight as they face off against the Edmonton Oilers.
Kick back for today and read about how the Sharks made all the right moves this week:
Statistically Speaking: Sharks get Kane at bargain price - Article - TSN
In San Jose, though, Kane ought to be a good fit for a team that needs another scoring threat. Kane isn’t an offensive saviour, but he can be a useful contributor provided that he has linemates that can create offensive opportunities for him.
Evander Kane: 10 things to know about newest San Jose Shark
Kane has scored 20 goals and assisted on 20 more in 61 games this season, but that’s not exactly why some think of the 26-year-old from British Columbia as offensive.
Five reasons the San Jose Sharks traded for Evander Kane
The Sharks made a big move before Monday's trade deadline, trading for Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane. Dieter Kurtenbach breaks down the deal and what it means for San Jose.
Sharks acquire Evander Kane in trade with Sabres
The Sharks acquired Kane in exchange for a 2019 conditional first-round pick, a 2019 conditional fourth-round pick and forward Danny O'Regan.
Sharks abandon comfort zone with acquisition of Evander Kane | NBCS Bay Area
High-powered left wing Evander Kane will either make a huge difference for the Sharks or he will be a high-priced mistake.
NHL trade deadline 2018: Sharks acquire Evander Kane from the Sabres - CBSSports.com
Kane was one of the blue-chip pieces being speculated on all day.
Here’s how everyone else did:
Biggest Winners and Losers at the 2018 NHL Trade Deadline
Just a few weeks after deciding to enter the trade market as sellers, the New York Rangers made the boldest move of the 2018 NHL trade deadline when they dealt their captain Ryan McDonagh to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Down Goes Brown: NHL Trade Deadline winners and losers - Sportsnet.ca
After a busy deadline day that saw 16 deals involving 31 players, it's going to take some time to sort it all out. Yep, that'll do it, let's get to the winners and losers.
NHL trade deadline 2018: The winners and losers
Today’s NHL trade deadline started slowly and finished strong.
NHL - Trade deadline winners and losers include Rangers, Capitals, Flyers, Rick Nash, Evander Kane
The Rangers might have raised the white flag on this season, but their prospect haul gives them prime resources for a rebuild. The Jets swooped in to nab Paul Stastny, while the Capitals, Sabres, Mike Green and Max Pacioretty didn't fare quite as well.
NHL Trade Deadline 2018: Who were the big winners and big losers? - CBSSports.com
The Lightning are the biggest winners, while Erik Karlsson and the Senators never found a suitor
NHL trade deadline: Full list of deals made | SI.com
Here is the full list of trades made at the NHL’s deadline on Monday.
NHL - Trade deadline 2018 - The trades, the grades and what's next
The 2018 NHL trade deadline has come and gone, but the trade details are still trickling in. Our team of reporters are keeping track of all the deals and the latest talk between teams.
Hurricanes, NHL trade deadline | hockey update, Feb. 26, 2018 | News & Observer
The Carolina Hurricanes made no major moves at the NHL deadline on Feb. 26, 2018, leaving the team intact for the final 20 games of the season.
Kings stand pat at NHL trade deadline
The Kings did not make any acquisitions before the NHL trade deadline on Monday, figuring the return of center Jeff Carter, some recent additions earlier this month and the development of youngsters will set them up for a playoff run.