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Ty Dellandrea traded to San Jose Sharks


In a recent trade move, the San Jose Sharks announced the acquisition of Port Perry’s Ty Dellandrea from the Dallas Stars. The Sharks traded a 2025 fourth-round selection (Winnipeg’s pick) for the 23-year-old forward.

The deal was announced on Wednesday, June 19th.

Dellandrea played 42 games with the Stars last season, tallying nine points (two goals, seven assists) and accruing 23 penalty minutes. Notably, he ranked sixth among team forwards in hits (63) and fifth in shorthanded ice time (78:19). During the 2024 postseason, Dellandrea contributed one goal in six games, aiding the Stars in their run to the Western Conference Final against the Edmonton Oilers. Over his NHL career, Dellandrea has played 151 games, amassing 42 points (14 goals, 28 assists).

In the Americal Hockey League (AHL), Dellandrea appeared in 87 games for the Texas Stars, scoring 59 points (27 goals, 32 assists). His junior career in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) with the Flint Firebirds was marked by leadership roles, including two seasons as team captain and a total of 216 points (94 goals, 122 assists) in 231 games. He was honoured with the OHL Commitment Award for his exemplary leadership and dedication. Ty spent his minor hockey years playing for the Port Perry Predators and Central Ontario Wolves ‘AAA’ team. Famously, he did not start playing rep hockey until his under-13 season.

On the international stage, Dellandrea has made his mark. He represented Canada at the 2020 World Junior Championship, contributing five points in seven games and earning a gold medal as an assistant captain. His achievements in that tournament, including some items from the gold medal victory, are proudly displayed at the Scugog Sports Hall of Fame. This international success is a testament to Dellandrea's skill and potential, and bodes well for his future with the Sharks.

Originally from Port Perry and a former student at Uxbridge Secondary School, Dellandrea was selected 13th overall by Dallas in the 2018 National Hockey League (NHL) Draft. At six-foot-two and 190 pounds, he brings both physicality and experience to the Sharks’ roster.

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