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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Sharks acquired pending restricted free agent forward Tyler Kennedy from the Pittsburgh Penguins for a second-round pick in Sundays draft. The trade gives the Sharks depth up front that they were seeking and gives the Penguins a needed high pick after trading their first and second-rounders before the deadline for forward Jarome Iginla and defenceman Douglas Murray. General manager Doug Wilson said he had been targeting Kennedy for about a year and said he will be an important piece in the present and future for the team. "Hes a guy that for us fits perfectly with how we want to play and the type of ingredients that he brings filling out our top nine," Wilson said. "He can go up and down, he plays with an edge, he can score some goals. Thats the type of player weve been looking for. Not only additional scoring but maintain the identity that we tried to build with our team the last year in particular." Pittsburgh acquired San Joses pick, 50th overall, in the second round. The Penguins had been slated to make their first pick at No. 77. The Sharks later traded up two spots in the first round with Detroit to select Swiss defenceman Mirco Mueller 18th overall. San Jose gave up the 20th pick and Pittsburghs second-rounder, 58th overall, to get Mueller, who played last season for Everett of the Western Hockey League. "He can play all over the rink," Sharks scouting director Tim Burke said. "He gets the play started and he kills a lot of plays. We got a lot of good reports on him." The Sharks acquired the pick from the Penguins from an in-season deal that sent defenceman Douglas Murray to Pittsburgh. San Jose also will get a 2014 second-rounder from Pittsburgh in the Murray deal. The Sharks still had one second-round pick from the deal that sent Ryane Clowe to the New York Rangers and took forward Gabryel Boudreau 49th overall. Boudreau had 22 goals and 41 assists in 67 games with Baie-Comeau in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Mueller had six goals and 25 assists in 63 games this season. The 6-foot-3, 176-pound Mueller is considered a mobile defenceman with the ability to create offence. He was ranked as the ninth best North American skater and third best defenceman heading into the draft by NHL Central Scouting. "Its a great day for me," Mueller said. "I play a simple game, a puck-moving defenceman. I try to make plays from my own end and try to get it forward." Kennedy had six goals and five assists in 46 games last season and adds needed depth to the Sharks forward contingent. He also had two goals and three assists in nine playoff games. But Kennedy was often a healthy scratch as the Penguins made it to the Eastern Conference final before being swept by Boston and got the sense from general manager Ray Shero after the season that he wasnt in Pittsburghs plans. "I thought I had a great playoff," Kennedy said. "Im kind of stumped. Im really kind of lost why they didnt want me more. I think Im a great player." Kennedy has 76 goals and 92 assists in 372 career games with Pittsburgh. He also has 12 goals and 15 assists in 76 career playoff games, helping the Penguins win the Stanley Cup in 2009. "I think Im an energy guy," Kennedy said. "I think I bring a lot of energy to the ice and I think I have a good skill set. I try to finish my checks when I can." Kennedy is one of two pending restricted free agent forwards on the Sharks, joining TJ Galiardi. San Jose has to decide whether to tender qualifying offers to both players by Tuesday. The free agency period starts Friday and the Sharks have about $3.6 million of salary cap space with 19 players under contract, according to CapGeek.com. But forward Marty Havlat could provide cap relief if he begins the season on long-term injured reserve following off-season surgery. Kennedy said he would like to sign with San Jose. The Sharks have been busy already this off-season, signing potential unrestricted free agent Raffi Torres to a $6 million, three-year deal, and agreeing to a five-year extension with star centre Logan Couture that keeps him off the free agent market next summer. San Jose has also signed potential restricted free agent forwards Andrew Desjardins and James Sheppard and defenceman Jason Demers to contracts. San Jose also made a trade with Chicago to move down six spots in the fourth round and selected Swedish goalie Fredrik Bergvik. San Jose got a fifth-rounder in the deal and sent the Blackhawks a 2015 fifth-round pick. That gave the Sharks two fifth-round picks this year and they took defenceman Michael Brodzinski from Muskegon of the USHL with their own pick and defenceman Gage Ausmus, who is planning to play at the University of Denver, with Chicagos. San Jose finished the draft by taking Minnesota centre Jacob Jackson of Tartan High School in Oakdale, Minn., and Russian left wing Emil Galimov in the seventh round.
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. -- The guys in green raced off the court and into the locker room where they danced and sang, compared whose shot was most likely to end up featured on "One Shining Moment," and checked Twitter to see who was giving them a shoutout.Butch Harmon believes mental mistakes costs Jordan Spieths title defence at the Masters, but fully expects him to claim more major titles. Last years champion topped the leaderboard after each of the first three rounds at Augusta and held a five-shot advantage during the final round before a dramatic meltdown on the back nine.After reaching the turn off the back of a run of four consecutive birdies, Spieth bogeyed the 10th and 11th before finding the water twice on his way to a quadruple-bogey at the 12th. That spell handed the advantage to Danny Willett, who fired a bogey-free 67 to claim victory, while Spieth was left to rue his run of errors after the turn. Spieth saw his five-shot lead disappear in the space of three holes The swing was a physical mistake, but where Spieth was aiming the ball was the problem, Harmon told Sky Sports. At the 10th he missed his drive to the right, missed the green to the right in the bunker and then couldnt get aggressive with the bunker shot and made a bogey.He had a good chance to make a par at 11 and didnt, which was the type of putt he had been making all week long. He had been the bounceback man all week. What happened at 12 though nobody could have predicted. It wasnt even close to making it and then his third shot almost came up short of the water - thats how bad it was. Jordan Spieth reflected on his final round meltdown at Augusta Its easy to say now, but he made mental mistakes and should have played the ball at 12 over towards the bunker.ddddddddddddHe said himself that had he gone for the bunker instead of the flag he would have still had the lead. Thats just golf and thats the way it happens.Spieth closed the week alongside Lee Westwood in a tie for second, with the result his third consecutive top-two Masters finish and his fifth consecutive major top-five. Spieth twice had to take a drop at Augustas 12th Although Harmon fears it may take Spieth time to recover from his nightmare finish to the opening major of the year, he has no doubt the 22-year-old will make a return to the winners circle.He is a young player and is a true champion, theres no doubt about that, Harmon told Sky Sports. He has already proven that, as we have watched him win major championships and watched him win the Masters last year.Hes going to win this again in the future. He had this tournament, theres no doubt about that and he knows it, so thats whats going to be hard for him to live. Also See: Greatest Masters ever More to come from Willett Masters Season Pass Golf live on Sky Sports 4 ' ' '
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