The San Jose Sharks opened their 2017 NHL Draft with a bit of a surprise last night, selecting center Josh Norris from the U.S. National Team Development Program. San Jose enters today with seven picks to supplement Norris in his draft class,. The Sharks are set to pick once in the second round (49th overall), once in the fourth (123rd overall), twice in the sixth (159th and 174th overall), and thrice in the seventh (205th, 212th, and 214th overall).
We’ll be following all of San Jose’s picks throughout the day, updating this post each time they make a selection and/or a transaction, so consider this your thread for the day. Additionally, we’ll be writing posts on each player, and linking to those stories in this post.
How to watch the 2017 NHL Draft - Day Two
6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT | Friday, June 23
United Center, Chicago
American TV: NBCSN | Canadian TV: Sportsnet
Live streaming on Sportsnet Now (Canada)
San Jose Sharks Day Two Picks
49. Mario Ferraro (D, Des Moines Buccaneers [USHL])
102. Scott Reedy (C/RW, U.S. National U18 Team [USDP]); Pick acquired from New York Rangers pick in exchange for the 123rd and 174th overall picks
159. Jacob McGrew (RW, Spokane Chiefs [WHL])
185. Alexander Chmelevski (C, Ottawa 67s [OHL]); Pick acquired from New Jersey Devils in exchange for 205th and 214th overall picks
212. Ivan Chekhovich (C/LW, Baie-Comeau Drakkar [QMJHL])