The San Jose Sharks, parent club of the AHL’s Worcester Sharks, have signed unrestricted free agent defenseman Sean Sullivan and unrestricted free agent forward T.J. Trevelyan to one-year contracts, executive vice president and general manager Doug Wilson announced today.
In 77 games with the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage during 2009-10, Sullivan, 26, finished eighth amongst league defensemen with 49 points (12-37-49) and represented the Rampage at the 2010 AHL All-Star Classic. In four seasons with San Antonio, he amassed 89 points (21-68-89) in 183 games.
Prior to his time in the AHL, Sullivan spent four years at Boston University and posted 43 points (9-34-43) in 155 collegiate games.
The six-foot, 190-pound native of Boston was originally drafted by Phoenix in 2003.
Last season with the Worcester Sharks, Trevelyan led the team in goals (28), matching his career high despite missing 17 games due to injury. He notched 44 points (28 goals, 16 assists) in 63 contests for Worcester
In the 2010 Calder Cup Playoffs, he tied for the team lead with four goals, despite missing three games, and finished with six points (four goals, two assists) in eight games.
Trevelyan has played in 271 American Hockey League games with Providence, Iowa and Worcester, posting 182 points (97 goals, 85 assists) and 98 penalty minutes.
The five-foot-nine, 180-pound native of Mississauga, Ontario played four collegiate seasons at St. Lawrence, where he was one of ten finalists for the Hobey Baker Award in 2005-06. That same season, he led the ECAC in scoring and was named First Team All-American and ECAC Player of the Year.