October 17, 2008


As reported on TSN.com

San Jose, CA (Sports Network) - The NHL's San Jose Sharks recalled left wing Brad Staubitz from the American Hockey League's Worcester Sharks, San Jose General Manager Doug Wilson announced on Friday.

Staubitz has played 196 games over three-plus seasons for San Jose's development affiliates in Cleveland and Worcester, recording seven goals, 24 assists, and 577 penalty minutes.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound forward was originally signed by San Jose as a free agent in September of 2005.


Brad still has a ton of fans in Ottawa and they will be thrilled for him. Attaboy Brad!!


Anonymous said...

Staubitz rules, bought time they noticed him and let him play with the big boys, got lots of talent and lots of fans, think he'll be great for the Sharks program.

Valerie said...

He got ice time and, like the pre=season, got himself a 5-for-fighting. He's consistent. Too bad they got shut-out by the Ducks.

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