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Sharks at Ducks Rookie Tournament: Rosters, how to watch & open thread

San Jose Sharks defenseman Ryan Merkley (6) looks up ice during the San Jose Sharks game versus the Anaheim Ducks on September 18, 2018, at SAP Center at San Jose in San Jose, CA. Photo by Matt Cohen/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

There’s hot rookie on rookie action going down in the desert this weekend, as a group of vaguely south-western United States teams come together for the annual Rookie Showcase. This year, the Arizona Coyotes are playing host, with games being held at Gila River Arena and the Ice Den practice facility.

Broadcasts will be restricted to the teams’ local markets. Streaming information will be posted on the Sharks’ website, likely closer to puck drop at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET. Audio broadcasts can be found on the Sharks Audio Network.

The Sharks Rookies will play three games over the course of the weekend, one each against the Anaheim Ducks, Vegas Golden Knights and Colorado Avalanche rookie squads, all at the Ice Den in Scottsdale, Arizona.




Ethan Cardwell, Macauley Carson, Brandon Coe, William Eklund, Zachary Gallant, Liam Gilmartin, Danil Gushchin, Dillon Hamaliuk, Krystof Hrabik, Timur Ibragimov, Vladislav Kotkov, Max McCue, Jacob McGrew, Adam Raska, Scott Reedy, Tristen Robins, Kyle Topping, Jasper Weatherby, Ozzy Wiesblatt


Jeremie Biakabutuka, Nick Cicek, Santeri Hatakka, Artemi Kniazev, Gannon Laroque, Ryan Merkley, Cole Moberg, Montana Onyebuchi


Zachary Emond, Benjamin Gaudreau



Jack Badini, Hunter Drew, Max Golod, Benoit-Olivier Groulx, Bryce Kindopp, Alex Limoges, Vincent Marleau, Mason McTavish, Logan Nijhoff, Sasha Pastujov, Jacob Perreault, Greg Printz, Brayden Tracey, Sean Tschigerl, Trevor Zegras


Axel Andersson, Mikael Diotte, Jamie Drysdale, Louka Henault, Tyson Hinds, Nathan Larose, Miguel Tourigny, Olen Zellweger


Gage Alexander, Roman Durny