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Deep Blue Sea: Winners and Snoozers

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Sharks went big and Erik Karlsson stayed home.

Jan 22, 2018; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson (65) skates with the puck in the second period against the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center. Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

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:

Here’s how everyone else did: