The San Jose Sharks have made a flurry of moves this past offseason. They have really changed the dynamic of this team and kept them in contention for the next several years.
To recap: The Sharks traded Devin Setoguchi and Dany Heatley to the Minnesota Wild for Brent Burns and Martin Havlat in two separate deals. Also, San Jose acquired Jim Vandermeer and Colin White to help bolster the defense, and they acquired Andrew Murray, James Sheppard and Michal Handzus to fill the open spaces in the third and fourth lines.
However, what the Sharks currently lack is depth.
Murray and Sheppard are great pick-ups, but how much can they contribute to a high-octane offense, such as San Jose?
It is for that reason that the Sharks still have work to do in the free agent department.
Here are definite options for the Sharks before training camp starts up.