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Just two days ago, the San Jose Sharks were executing a perfect offseason plan. They made their first, and most critical, course of action by parting ways with franchise goaltender Evgeni Nabokov. The move enabled San Jose to have more flexibility in re-signing the rest of their key free agents. While the decision to not bring Nabokov back wasn't easy, even the biggest Nabokov supporters realize the move was a necessary one under the salary cap. The Sharks clearly had to choose between bringing back the soon to be 35-year-old Nabokov or soon to be 31-year-old star forward Patrick Marleau. Marleau is now the bigger staple in San Jose (by virtue of being the longest tenured Shark), and he is coming off back to back career seasons in goals. He  ...

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