The Penguins have acquired Patrick Marleau from the Sharks for a conditional third-round pick.
The third-round pick will become a second-rounder if the Penguins win the Stanley Cup. The 40-year-old Marleau has 10 goals and 10 assists in 58 games since re-joining the Sharks earlier this season.
Marleau will make his season debut on Thursday.
Marleau was sitting, waiting for a contract before inking a one-year deal with the Sharks late last night. He was at Wednesday’s practice skating on the top line with Logan Couture and Timo Meier, so he could have some punt value in daily contests. He had 16 goals on 161 shots (9.9 SH%) and 21 assists (37 points) in 82 games a season ago.
The Sharks have signed Patrick Marleau to a one-year deal worth $700K.
In his 21st NHL season, Marleau had 16 goals and 21 assists (37 points) in 82 games with the Maple Leafs. He ended up being traded to the Hurricanes and subsequently bought out this summer. He returns to San Jose, where he spent the first 19 years of his career and joins a team that is in need of wing depth.
The Hurricanes will buyout Patrick Marleau.
It was expected that Carolina would buy Marleau out after acquiring him from Toronto but GM Don Waddell confirmed it on Thursday. The Hurricanes received a first and seventh-round to take on the $6.25M cap-hit that comes with buying him out. It is believed that Marleau wants to return to San Jose to close out his career.
The Carolina Hurricanes acquired Patrick Marleau, a conditional 2020 first-round pick and a 2020 seventh-round pick from the Maple Leafs for a 2020 sixth round pick.
Marleau has one-year left on his contract that carries a $6.25M cap-hit that the Maple Leafs wanted to move in order to clear space to sign restricted free agents Mitch Marner, Andreas Johansson and Kasperi Kapanen. Marleau has not missed a game since the 2009 season but had just 16 goals and 21 assists (37 points) in 2018-19. Carolina might buy the 39-year-old winger out.
The Maple Leafs signed Patrick Marleau to a three-year deal worth $18.75M ($6.25M AAV).
Source: @LeafsPR 07/3/17, 5:46 am EST
Marleau was promoted to the Sharks top-line in the morning skate.
Marleau has three goals and eight assists (11 points) in his last 12 games and tonight he will skate on the top-line with Joe Thornton and Melker Karlsson.
The Sharks have signed Patrick Marleau to a three-year contract extension with an annual cap-hit of $6.66 million US.
Marleau has 21 goals and 26 assists (47 points) in 51 games this season with the Sharks. Marleau is currently in his 16th season with the Sharks, he has 908 points (425G / 483A) in 1215 career NHL games (all with SJ).
Marleau skated this morning after being in a car accident on Tuesday.
Marleau was reportedly fine after the accident and his presence on the ice this morning confirmed that. He is good to go for Thursday vs. Tampa Bay.
Patrick Marleau is the NHL's First Star of the week.
Marleau is off to a blistering start with 9 G, 4 A including 3 GWG in the Sharks first 5 games of the season.
Marleau moves down to the second line for tonight's game. He has 27 goals and 53 points in 67 games.
Marleau centers Pavelski and Winnik on 2nd line. #SJSharks
Marleau moves up to the second line with Couture out. He has 26 goals and 52 points in 61 games.
Totally different line combinations for Sharks vs Wild. Thornton, Marleau, Couture all playing on different lines.
Marleau is expected to start tonight's game on his own line. The versatile forward has 26 goals and 50 points in 60 games.
Look for some revamped #sjshark lines vs. DET today, tentatively: 12-39-29,
Marleau starts today's game on the second line. He has 22 goals and 45 points in 56 games.
Marleau Couture Ferriero
Marleau takes Ryane Clowe's spot on the second line for tonight's game. The Aneroid, Saskatchewan potted 17 goals and 36 points over 42 games this season. His fantasy hockey value remains untouched.
Marleau skating with Handzus and McGinn on third line, which again is the way it finished in the Minnesota loss.
Marleau was demoted to the third line and figures to stick there for at least another game. The former 2nd overall pick has 10 goals and 20 points through 24 games but hasn't posted a point in his last four games.
Patrick Marleau skated on the wing with Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski.
Marleau moves back to the top line and on the left side of Joe Thornton. He has 10 goals and 20 points through 21 games as he continues to be one of the league's most reliable snipers.
Marleau was back on the ice with his teammates on Thursday at HP Pavilion, skating with Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski. He’ll be in the lineup on Friday when the Sharks play their first road game against Anaheim.
Marleau plays, as expected.
Marleau was "worn down" from the flu, said McLellan. Rode the bike today and will play Friday.
As expected, Marleau will be fine and will keep his ironman streak going. Feel free to dress him across all formats.
Source: Kevin Kurz 10/12/11, 1:05 pm EST
Patrick Marleau is in the building today, but still not skating. It's the third straight practice he's missed due to illness.
With the team not playing until Friday, then can afford to rest their number one LW. The former captain has not missed a game since the 2008-2009 campaign, so don't expect him to sit out.