Eric Fehr scores first postseason goal since 2016, gets cheap-shotted by Jason Chimera
Former Capitals forward Eric Fehr spent 34 games in the AHL this season, but got a new lease on his NHL life at the trade deadline.
The Toronto Maple Leafs dealt Fehr, who they had previously loaned to AHL San Diego, to the Sharks for a seventh-round pick. Since then, Fehr has primarily served as the Sharks fourth line center.
After scoring three goals in 14 regular season games with San Jose, Fehr found the back of the net in the postseason for the first time, Tuesday night. Fehr’s second period goal helped the Sharks’ thrash the Ducks 7-1 during Game Three of their first-round series.
The Sharks now lead 3-0.