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Sharks Trade Staubitz to Wild


Late Monday afternoon, the San Jose Sharks traded tough right-winger Brad Staubitz to the Minnesota Wild for a fifth-round pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

At 25 years of age, Staubitz (6-1, 215-pounds) has played two seasons with the Sharks.

In 2008-09, he played in 35 games, posting 3 points (1 goal, 3 assists) and 76 penalty minutes.

2009-10 saw him score 3 goals and 3 assists with 110 penalty minutes in 47 games.  Even though he only played in 47 games, he was second on the team in penalty minutes, and got into 12 fights.

He was also given a one-game suspension for contact on an icing play at the beginning of the season.

San Jose is now left with five picks in the upcoming draft: One in the first round (28th overall), one in the third round (88th overall) and three in the fifth round (127th, 129th and 136th).

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