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Sharks re-sign Stefan Noesen, Antti Suomela and others

October 9, 2020, 8:05 PM ET [0 Comments]
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The San Jose Sharks have re-signed several players over the last few days and most notably, forward Stefan Noesen. Noesen had six goals and eight points in 34 games after joining the Sharks in December and his contract is a one-year deal at $925,000. He’ll likely be able to win a spot in the bottom-six again next season.



Antti Suomela also re-signed with the Sharks two days ago, inking a one-year deal worth just $700,000. He played 20 NHL games this past season and seven points.

Other minor signings announced on Monday were Maxim Letunov and Nicolas Meloche, who each signed a one-year deal worth $700,000, as well as Jayden Halbgewachs and Jacob Middleton, whose deals each carry an AAV of $725,000.



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Here’s today’s poll question (results and discussion will be posted in a future article):

Are you happy to see Stefan Noesen brought back?
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OTHER SHARKS ARTICLES FROM OCTOBER

Sharks reportedly working on potential trade with Wild for Dubnyk/Donato
Weekly Recap: Sharks Edition (October 4)
Sharks acquire Ryan Donato from Wild
Sharks acquire Devan Dubnyk from Wild
Sharks select Ozzy Wiesblatt at 31st overall
Recapping all of San Jose's picks in the 2020 NHL Draft
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