Michal Handzus essentially lost his place in the lineup at the trade deadline last year when the Sharks traded for Dominic Moore. Then, Moore got hurt shortly after he was acquired from Tampa Bay, and in April he had to deal with the tragic news of his wife’s illness. In the meantime, Handzus stayed in the lineup and was not effective at even-strength or on the penalty kill, which was one of the biggest reasons he was signed to a two-year deal. It was revealed after the season that Handzus was playing through a hip injury, and his play improved in the World Championships and in Slovakia during the lockout. Will Handzus revert back to his old, steady form, or has the game passed the 35-year-old by?