2010–11 San Jose Sharks · NHL
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General Manager Doug Wilson
Coach Todd McLellan
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The 2010–11 San Jose Sharks season is the Sharks' 19th season in the National Hockey League.

Off-season Edit

Team captain Rob Blake retired on June 18, 2010.

The Sharks announced that they would not offer Evgeni Nabokov a contract for the 2010–11 season.[1]

The Sharks re-signed centers Joe Pavelski and Patrick Marleau to four-year deals on June 24, 2010.

The Sharks re-signed defenseman Niclas Wallin and center Scott Nichol to one-year contracts on June 26, 2010.

Sharks signed free agent goaltender Antero Nittymaki to a two-year contract, replacing long time goaltender Evgeni Nabokov.

Regular seasonEdit

See also: 2010–11 NHL season


The Sharks will attempt to return to the playoffs for the seventh consecutive season.

Schedule and resultsEdit

Pre-season Edit

Regular Season Edit

Standings Edit

Divisional standings Edit

Conference standings Edit

Player statsEdit


Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played in; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; +/- = Plus/minus; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals 
Updated April 22, 2010.[2]

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM


Note:  Min, TOI = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T,T/OT = Ties; OTL = Overtime losses; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots against; SV = Shots saved; SV% = Save percentage;

Regular season

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Sharks. Stats reflect time with the Sharks only.
Traded mid-season
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and records Edit

Awards Edit

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded

Records Edit

Milestones Edit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached

Transactions Edit

The Sharks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2010–11 season.

Trades Edit

June 21, 2010[3] To Minnesota Wild
Brad Staubitz
To San Jose Sharks
5th-round pick (#129 overall) in 2010
June 24, 2010[4] To Atlanta Thrashers
Future Considerations
To San Jose Sharks
Mike Vernace
Brett Sterling
7th-round pick (#188 overall) in 2010
June 26, 2010[5] To Calgary Flames
Henrik Karlsson
To San Jose Sharks
6th-round pick (#163 overall) in 2010
June 26, 2010[6] To Pittsburgh Penguins
7th-round pick in 2011
To San Jose Sharks
7th-round pick (#200 overall) in 2010

Free agents acquired Edit

Player Former team Contract terms
Carter Hutton[7] Adirondack Phantoms 1 year, $560,000 entry-level contract
Antero Nittymaki[8] Tampa Bay Lightning 2 years, $4 million
T.J. Trevelyan[9] Worcester Sharks 1 year, $500,000
Sean Sullivan[9] San Antonio Rampage 1 year, $500,000
Jamal Mayers[10] Calgary Flames 1 year, $600,000

Free agents lost Edit

Player New team Contract terms
Evgeni Nabokov[11] SKA St. Petersburg 4 years, $24 million
Manny Malhotra[12] Vancouver Canucks 3 years, $7.5 million
Brett Sterling[13] Pittsburgh Penguins 1 year, $500,000
Mike Vernace[14] Tampa Bay Lightning 1 year, $500,000
Ryan Vesce[15] Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod undisclosed
Dwight Helminen[16] Pelicans 1 year
Joe Callahan[17] Florida Panthers 1 year, $525,000

Claimed via Waivers Edit

Player Former team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via Waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via Retirement Edit

Rob Blake[18]

Players Signings Edit

Player Contract terms
Tommy Wingels[19] 2 years, $1.375 million entry-level contract
Taylor Doherty[7] 2 years, $1.43 million entry-level contract
Marek Viedensky[7] 3 years, $1.8 million entry-level contract
Harri Sateri[7] 3 years, $2.0375 million entry-level contract
Joe Pavelski[20] 4 years, $16 million
Patrick Marleau[20] 4 years, $27.6 million
Scott Nichol[21] 1 year, $760,000
Niclas Wallin[21] 1 year, $2.5 million
Andrew Desjardins[21] 1 year, $500,000
Cam MacIntyre[22] 2 years, $1.2 million
Jay Leach[23] 1 year, $500,000
Jason Demers[24] 2 years, $2.5 million contract extension
Devin Setoguchi[25] 1 year, $1.8 million
Steven Zalewski[26] 1 year, $500,000
Derek Joslin[27] 1 year, $500,000

Draft picks Edit

San Jose's picks at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, California.

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 28 Charlie Coyle C/RW Flag of the United States United States South Shore Kings (Eastern Junior Hockey League)
3 88 Max Gaede RW Flag of the United States United States Woodbury High School (United States High School-MN)
5 127 (from Carolina) Cody Ferriero C Flag of the United States United States The Governor's Academy (United States High School-MA)
5 129 (from Minnesota) Freddie Hamilton D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Niagara IceDogs (Ontario Hockey League)
5 136 (from Ottawa) Isaac Macleod D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Penticton Vees (British Columbia Hockey League)
6 163 (from Calgary) Konrad Abeltshauser D Flag of Germany Germany Halifax Mooseheads (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League)
7 188 (from Atlanta) Lee Moffie D Flag of the United States United States Michigan Wolverines (Central Collegiate Hockey Association)
7 200 (from Pittsburgh) Chris Crane RW Flag of the United States United States Green Bay Gamblers (United States Hockey League)

Roster Edit

Updated August 20, 2010.[28]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
22 Flag of Canada.svg Boyle, DanDan Boyle


D R 43 2008 Ottawa, Ontario
29 Flag of Canada.svg Clowe, RyaneRyane Clowe

LW L 37 2001 Fermeuse, Newfoundland
39 Flag of Canada.svg Couture, LoganLogan Couture

C L 31 2007 Guelph, Ontario
60 Flag of Canada.svg Demers, JasonJason Demers

D L 31 2008 Dorval, Quebec
1 Flag of Germany Greiss, ThomasThomas Greiss

G L 34 2004 Füssen, West Germany
15 Flag of Canada.svg Heatley, DanyDany Heatley

RW L 39 2009 Freiburg im Breisgau, West Germany
40 Flag of Canada.svg Huskins, KentKent Huskins

D L 41 2009 Almonte, Ontario
28 Flag of the United States Leach, JayJay Leach

D L 40 2009 Syracuse, New York
12 Flag of Canada.svg Marleau, PatrickPatrick Marleau

C/LW L 40 1997 Aneroid, Saskatchewan
Flag of Canada.svg Mayers, JamalJamal Mayers

C R 45 2010 Toronto, Ontario
43 Flag of the United States McCarthy, JohnJohn McCarthy

LW L 33 2006 Boston, Massachusetts
64 Flag of Canada.svg McGinn, JamieJamie McGinn

LW L 31 2006 Fergus, Ontario
68 Flag of Canada.svg McLaren, FrazerFrazer McLaren

LW L 32 2007 Winnipeg, Manitoba
17 Flag of Canada.svg Mitchell, TorreyTorrey Mitchell

C R 35 2004 Greenfield Park, Quebec
3 Flag of Sweden Murray, DouglasDouglas Murray

D L 40 1999 Stockholm, Sweden
21 Flag of Canada.svg Nichol, ScottScott Nichol

C R 45 2009 Edmonton, Alberta
30 Flag of Finland Niittymaki, AnteroAntero Niittymaki

G L 39 2010 Turku, Finland
41 Flag of the United States Ortmeyer, JedJed Ortmeyer


RW R 41 2009 Omaha, Nebraska
8 Flag of the United States Pavelski, JoeJoe Pavelski

C R 35 2003 Plover, Wisconsin
16 Flag of Canada.svg Setoguchi, DevinDevin Setoguchi

RW R 33 2005 Taber, Alberta
19 Flag of Canada.svg Thornton, JoeJoe Thornton


C L 40 2005 London, Ontario
44 Flag of Canada.svg Vlasic, Marc-EdouardMarc-Edouard Vlasic

D L 33 2005 Montreal, Quebec
7 Flag of Sweden Wallin, NiclasNiclas Wallin

D L 45 2010 Boden, Sweden

Farm teams Edit

Worcester SharksEdit

The Sharks' affiliate in the American Hockey League is the Worcester Sharks.

Stockton ThunderEdit

The Sharks' affiliate in the ECHL is the Stockton Thunder for 2010-11.[29]

References Edit

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