|Feb. 22 6:05 AM PT7:05 AM MT8:05 AM CT9:05 AM ET14:05 GMT10:05 PM 北京时间7:05 AM MST9:05 AM EST18:05 UAE9:05 ET - The San Jose Sharks have acquired defenseman Roman Polak and forward Nick Spaling from the Toronto Maple Leafs for two second-round picks and Torres.
Analysis: Torres hasn't played this season because of suspension and injury. He also has an expiring contract.
|Oct. 7 2:28 PM PT3:28 PM MT4:28 PM CT5:28 PM ET21:28 GMT5:28 AM 北京时间2:28 PM MST4:28 PM EST1:28 UAE (+1)17:28 ET - The San Jose Sharks have sent forward Raffi Torres on a conditioning assignment in the minors following the completion of his 41-game suspension. The Sharks added Torres to the active roster Wednesday and immediately assigned him to the Barracuda of the AHL.
Analysis: Torres was suspended for half the season for an illegal check to the head of Anaheim's Jakob Silfverberg in an exhibition game. It was the fifth suspension of Torres' career. Torres is also working his way back from a knee injury that sidelined him all of last season but coach Peter DeBoer said he believes Torres can contribute to the Sharks down the stretch.
|Oct. 5 1:13 PM PT2:13 PM MT3:13 PM CT4:13 PM ET20:13 GMT4:13 AM 北京时间1:13 PM MST3:13 PM EST0:13 UAE (+1)16:13 ET - Torres was hit with the longest suspension in NHL history for a hit on another player when the league banned him Monday for the first 41 games of the season for an illegal check to the head of Anaheim's Jakob Silfverberg.
Analysis: This marks the fifth and most significant suspension for Torres in his career. His previous longest ban had been a 21-game suspension - initially 25 games - for a high hit on Chicago's Marian Hossa in the first round of the playoffs in 2012 when he played with Phoenix. The previous longest suspension for player-on-player violence was a 30-game suspension to Chris Simon of the New York Islanders in December 2007 for stomping on the skate of Pittsburgh's Jarkko Ruutu.