Wild trade defenseman Calen Addison to the Sharks

San Jose Sharks (Wikimedia Commons)

According to the National Hockey League on Wednesday, the Minnesota Wild traded Calen Addison of Brandon, Manitoba to the San Jose, Sharks for right winger Adam Raska and a fifth round pick in the 2026 National Hockey League Entry Draft.

In 2013-24, Addison has five assists in 12 games with the Wild. He was a -3 with six penalty minutes, three power play points, 18 shots on goal, four blocked shots, three hits, and one takeaway.

In 2022-23, Addison had three goals and 26 assists for 29 points in 62 games. He was a -17 with 22 penalty minutes, one game-winning goal, 18 power-play points, 77 shots on goal, 38 blocked shots, 19 hits, 11 takeaways, and 21 giveaways. Addison’s game-winning goal came on November 23, 2022 in a 6-1 Wild win over the Winnipeg Jets. Addison scored from Jonathon Merrill and Matt Boldy at 2:50 of the second period. At the time, the Wild went up 2-0. It was Addison’s only game-winning goal in his NHL career, as he played four seasons with the Wild since 2020.

Anyway you look at it, it has been a disastrous season for the Sharks out of the gate. They have a record of one win, 10 regulation losses and one loss in extra time for three points. The Sharks are the worst team in the entire NHL.

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