2.27: SportsNet Central: Sharks make moves at deadline
Brodie Brazil reports on the players the Sharks acquired at the trade deadline.
So you know things are bad when your coach takes a stick upside the head and -- leave the bench then it. After finally finish a brutal nine game road trip. Their plane hasn't mechanical. And you get to stable does night in Minnesota. And the Sharks -- do little good karma and it just might be. -- first they're finally back -- San Jose second Douglas Murray who hasn't played since taking a puck to the Florida February 16 skated Monday. He says he wanted to play on the -- but doctors have cleared him. Barton tablet is skating as well has been for five days but refuses to put a timetable on his return from a torn hamstring hit march might be realistic. His return to the Sharks do have a couple of new healthy bodies acquired on trading deadline day but Brazil. Reports. Approximately 65 minutes before the trade deadline the Sharks pulled the trigger a acquiring veteran forwards TJ -- RD -- -- Daniel -- from Colorado. My first impression was just. Elation I don't know I've figured it out there for me this season and I mean. I'll go and anything specific but I was just really have that have a fresh start somewhere -- kind of broke the first third down I was getting traded then. Well I just -- -- short putter to use Ortiz -- and how unhappy continuity there look at credible than. -- they're very good very good trade -- vote for. Coordinator initiative his team. You guys have shown they can score in this league and we played against -- -- very well. They're very good friends are bringing them both finished the immigration aspect of which is always a concern. And then there is the other half of this equation that Jamie McGinn who found out in that -- airplane at 28000. Feet somewhere over Kansas. That he was the newest member. -- Colorado Avalanche. She has been a long day but it's you know it's kind of shocked but he's done. They -- -- I am thankful for instance is done for me it's a great organization has had a lot of fun here. Saying goodbye to his teammates at the airports was an emotional experience. Yeah it's it's pretty tough you know like they're -- real close friends and you know and airwaves for your family and everything like that that all you have is your teammates are it's. It's pretty emotional time but it's you know I can say that's the business and that's hockey. In San Jose Brodie Brazil Comcast sports net. Yeah a lot more Sharks coverage and I know you -- -- check out -- rad knows take on the trade deadline and how the team improved. Without making a blockbuster deal it's only. On CSN Bay Area dot.