The 2010s were pretty good to Erik Karlsson.
The Sharks' defenseman was named to six All-Star teams, won two Norris trophies and signed a lucrative eight-year, $92 million contract last summer to stay in San Jose.
Now, Karlsson has been named to the NHL's All-Decade Second Team.
Paired with Karlsson on the Second-Team blue line is Boston's Zdeno Chara.
Los Angeles' Drew Doughty and Chicago's Duncan Keith were named as the defensemen on the NHL's All-Decade First Team.
From Jan. 1, 2010 through Dec. 31, 2019, Karlsson played in 623 games with the Ottawa Senators and Sharks. He recorded 120 goals and 422 assists during that span.
Last month, NBC Sports ranked Karlsson as the third-best player of the decade behind Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin.
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At just 29 years old, Karlsson has plenty of good hockey ahead of him, and the Sharks are hoping he can help bring the first Stanley Cup to the Bay Area sometime in the near future.
The Sharks were wheeling and dealing at the NHL trade deadline, and it didn't stop when they shipped Barclay Goodrow to the Tampa Bay Lightning for a first-round pick.
San Jose also acquired defenseman Brandon Davidson from the Calgary Flames for future considerations.
The 28-year-old has played in just seven games this season for the Flames and has been a bottom tier defenseman during his career.
He's on a $700K expiring deal with around $150K left, so this amounts to the Sharks just needed a body after trading Patrick Marleau, Brendon Dillon and Goodrow.
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Welcome to the Bay, Brandon Davidson.
While the Sharks held on to Joe Thornton, the Sharks reportedly made a last-minute deal with before Monday's NHL trade deadline.
David Pagnotta reported Monday that the Barclay Goodrow has been traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman confirmed the report.
The Athletic's Pierre LeBrun, along with Pagnotta, are hearing San Jose will be getting a first-round pick in return from Tampa Bay.
The Sharks went into the deadline without a first-round pick.
Goodrow, 26, forever will be remembered as the hero who scored the game-winning goal against the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 7 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series last season. 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.
More to come ...