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What’s Going On With Ferraro, Kahkonen & Dahlen’s Contract Negotiations? (+)



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The San Jose Sharks have already re-signed their significant UFAs, but what about their RFAs?

Last month, the Sharks inked both pending UFAs Alexander Barabanov and Jaycob Megna to two-year extensions.

What’s Sharks’ Cap Situation After Signing Barabanov, Megna? (+)

Unsigned forwards Noah Gregor and Jonathan Dahlen, defensemen Mario Ferraro and Nicolas Meloche, and goaltender Kakko Kahkonen are San Jose’s significant RFAs.

San Jose Hockey Now estimates that the San Jose Sharks, if they trade either James Reimer or Adin Hill – Reimer and Hill make roughly the same amount of money – will have about $11 million dollars of cap space to offer their RFAs. This is assuming that the Sharks’ termination of Evander Kane’s contract is upheld.

UPDATED: Why Might Kane’s Playoff Success Be Good for Sharks?

So what’s the latest on contract negotiations, especially with Ferraro, Kahkonen, and Dahlen?

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