Last season, the Nashville Predators were close to trading defenseman Dante Fabbro to the San Jose Sharks.
The Predators decided to re-sign Fabbro to a one-year deal this offseason in the hopes he will rejuvenate his career under new head coach Andrew Brunette.
What is the reason behind the potential trade of Dante Fabbro?
He will receive a qualifying offer of $2.5 million next offseason. If the Predators decide he is not a good fit, he will be traded.
The San Jose Sharks could still be a fit for Fabbro as his former college head coach Dan Quinn is now the coach of the Sharks.
If Dante Fabbro doesn’t work out for the Nashville Predators, he’ll likely be traded at the NHL trade deadline for some draft assets.