Sharks acquired Moore from Lightning.

The Tampa Bay Lightning have dealt center Dominic Moore and a seventh round pick in 2012 to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a second round pick in 2012 (acquired by the Sharks from the Minnesota Wild).

SPECTOR’S NOTE: The Sharks were seeking help with their penalty kill. Moore will certainly help in that regard. As for the Lightning, it’s a good return for Moore, especially if the Wild continue to slide in the Western Conference standings.

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6 Responses to Lightning trade Moore to Sharks.

  1. ryan says:

    wow, good trade for tampa. moore is only good in the playoffs.

  2. wupuck says:

    In that case, Moore’s probably exactly what the Sharks need

  3. BruinsMike says:

    Even if it was true that Moore is “only good in the playoffs” (it isn’t true), who cares? The playoffs are exactly what the Sharks are acquiring him for. A late 2nd round pick in an awful draft is nothing to get excited about for Tampa Bay fans.

  4. Aj says:

    Your very right, but your talking about moving a guy who you probably won’t re-sign (and will get nothing for) and/or could replace cheaper in the off season in order to turn your 7th rounder into a 2nd. It’s no 1st overall, but as we can all agree, adding more depth to your farm system is never at all a bad thing. Not to mention maybe this pick is turned into trade bait down the line if Yzerman wants to make another deal (for a goalie?).

  5. JJB says:

    I’m not sure where you are getting awful draft from. This IMO is a very solid and very deep draft. Not a whole ton of stand out superstar talent, but tons of NHL talent.

    Good deal for both teams.

  6. Dave says:

    Late 2nd round pick???? What league are you watching? It is the talentless Wild’s pick.

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