UPDATE = Holy crap Devin Setoguchi got traded along with Charlie Coyle (top prospect) and a first round pick for Minnesota Wild defenseman Brent Burns and a second round pick.
CSN Bay Area's Brodie Brazil is dropping some San Jose Sharks news via Twitter in a little bit... stay tuned.
And the news is that Devin Setoguchi's contract was extended by 3 years, allegedly at 3 million per year. This is conjecture, but Seto's slow start to last season probably decreased the streaky winger's financial value; this is fine by me, as the Sharks need plenty of salary cap space to sign a top defenseman, among others.
From here on out, let's hope Seto's production doesn't imitate Jonathan Cheechoo's decline, as many have said in a gross oversimplification. He has indeed had two mediocre seasons after his breakout 2008-09 season, but if his surge at the end of the regular season and his hat trick in the playoffs are any indication, the extended contract is going to pay dividends.