The Sharks' offseason moves are a lot like the electric slide. Lots of flash and shimmying about, but in the end you're kind of standing in the same spot. Amid the debut of new home jerseys and some marquee contract extensions, they acquired forward Tyler Kennedy and sent T.J. Galiardi packing. Otherwise their depth chart is only slightly altered.
What does this mean? It means that the Sharks are a playoff team again, but it's not clear that they've fixed the problems they had last year in a season that left many Sharks fans seeking therapy. They opened the season with seven straight wins, then dropped seven straight and looked like they were mailing it in when they traded away Ryane Clowe and Michal Handzus, but they somehow managed to pull it back together and win the first round of the playoffs.
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