Winger was hoping the Caps would offer a four-year deal. When they balked, he took a three-year offer from Sharks.

Five-day session at Kettler will feature top prospects and three of four 2015 draft picks.

“As I thought about the trade, and going to Washington, a team that had a really good chance of winning a Stanley Cup last year,” Oshie said.



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