Thornton staying with Sharks with one-year deal

Sharks Where Thornton's'heart Is and Where I'm Happy

Kevin Kurz Sharks where Thornton's'heart is and where I'm happy

The latest news is suggesting that the Dallas Stars, the Anaheim Ducks, the Sharks and the Leafs were in the running for the 37-year old.

Per TSN's Darren Dreger, the Sharks have extended Marleau a two-year contract offer, one that Marleau and his family are now mulling over.

San Jose is pushing to get Patrick Marleau back in the fold.

There is genuine uncertainty regarding Marleau from everyone I've talked to.

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The San Jose Sharks are bringing back forward Joe Thornton on a one-year contract, reports CSN Bay Area's Kevin Kurz. I've seen some people worry that the Sharks haven't announced that deal yet - and, it's true that he hadn't put pen to paper as of Saturday - but Thornton has committed to return to the Sharks on a one-year deal. The six-time All-Star won the Hart Memorial Trophy (league MVP) and Art Ross Trophy (league's top point scorer) in 2005-06 but is coming off something of a drop-off in 2016-17.

In other words, relax, Thornton supporters. Thornton allowed himself to be courted by other teams over the course of the last week, but he ultimately chose to take another shot at bringing the Stanley Cup to Northern California with a team that will look quite similar to the squad that reached the final in 2016 after defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic and goalie Martin Jones signed contract extensions earlier in the day.

While finalized numbers have yet to be released, it has been estimated that the one-year deal won't fall below $6 million total. He has gone eight straight seasons playing every game and had 27 goals and 19 assists last season.

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