Barclay Goodrow was 21 years old when he first suited up for the Sharks. His run in San Jose came to an end Monday when he was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
San Jose also sent Tampa a 2020 third-round draft pick, and received a 2020 first-round pick and Anthony Greco in return from the Lightning. Later Monday night, Goodrow thanked Sharks fans for six years of memories.
Goodrow, who turns 27 years old Wednesday, always will have a place in the hearts of Sharks fans. He became a hero when he scored the game-winning goal against the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 7 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series last season.
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He has scored a career-high 24 points this season -- eight goals and 16 assists.
Goodrow has 71 points over 268 career games. The Toronto native has scored 26 goals and 45 assists as a Shark.