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2020 NHL Free Agency: Every Sharks trade, signing, transaction, rumor

It’s a Jumbo Joe watch, really.

San Jose Sharks center Patrick Marleau (12) and Joe Thornton (19) celebrate Thorntons second-period goal during the San Jose Sharks game versus the Los Angeles Kings on December 27, 2019, at SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, CA Photo by Matt Cohen/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The San Jose Sharks head into 2020 free agency not all too differently that in 2019; last year, they were hoping young players would step up, this year they’re banking on the veteran players bouncing back. So far a change in net and a recycling of forwards leaves fans with one question: is this roster really that much better?

Still, the off-season is far from over. Here’s ever move Doug Wilson and company make during free agency:

October 5, 2020


To San Jose Sharks: Ryan Donato (F)

To Minnesota Wild: 2021 third-round selection


To San Jose Sharks: Devan Dubnyk (G), 2022 seventh-round selection

To Minnesota Wild: 2022 fifth-round selection


  • Jayden Halbgewachs (F), 2 years at $725,000
  • Nicolas Meloche (D), 1 year at $700,000
  • Maxim Letunov (F), 1 year at $700,000
  • Jacob Middleton (D), 2 years at $725,000

October 7, 2020


  • Antti Suomela (F), 1 year at $700,000


  • Kevin Labanc (F)
  • Jonathan Dahlen (F)
  • Tony Sund (D)


  • Jeremy Roy (D)
  • Andrew Shortridge (G)

October 9, 2020


  • Stefan Noesen (F), 1 year at $925,000


  • Melker Karlsson will not re-sign with Sharks

October 10, 2020


  • Kevin Labanc (F), 4 years at $4,725,000

October 13, 2020


  • Patrick Marleau, 1 year at $700,000
  • Matt Nieto, 1 year at $700,000

October 16, 2020


  • Ozzy Wiesblatt, 3 years at $897,500