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SJHN Daily: Duclair, Granlund Top Sharks on TSN’s Trade Bait Board



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The San Jose Sharks could be one of most active teams at the Trade Deadline.

They’ve got four names on TSN’s top-50 Trade Bait board.

Speedy winger Anthony Duclair, a pending UFA with a $3 million AAV, rings in at No. 20.

Center Mikael Granlund, enjoying a resurgent season and playing a premium position, comes in at No. 25, though he’s got one year left on his contract after this year at $5 million AAV.

Goalie Kaapo Kahkonen, a pending UFA with a $2.75 million AAV, has had an admirable campaign despite playing behind one of the NHL’s worst team defenses.

Winger Alexander Barabanov, a pending UFA with a $2.5 million AAV, has just three goals and nine points in 34 games, but the playmaker has a solid track record of production otherwise since he joined the Sharks in 2021.

The Trade Deadline is on Mar. 8 and San Jose Hockey Now will have plenty of coverage of it in the next two weeks.

So consider this an appetizer!


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