Monday Sharks Links: Sharks interested in Michigan forward Zach Hyman
Your daily assortment of links to news and analysis from around the hockey world.
- According to Elliotte Friedman's weekly 30 Thoughts column, the Sharks are one of at least three teams reportedly interested in acquiring the rights to Panthers draft pick Zach Hyman. The 22-year-old University of Michigan forward scored 22 goals and 54 points in 37 games this season and is unlikely to sign with Florida, who will lose his rights and see him become a UFA if they can't come to an agreement by August. [Sportsnet]
- Sharks prospect Rourke Chartier's Kelowna Rockets suffered a heartbreaking overtime loss to the Oshawa Generals in yesterday's Memorial Cup Final. [CBC]
- Adam Gretz's takeaways from the DeBoer hiring. [Eye On Hockey]
- Vancouver might be dangling goaltender Eddie Lack for a second round pick. [Canucks Army]
- The NHL is likely to end draft pick compensation to teams whose fired coaches and GMs get hired by other clubs. A final ruling is expected at the Board of Governors meeting in Las Vegas scheduled during the NHL awards. [The Score]
- Here's the full broadcast schedule for the 2015 Stanley Cup Final between Chicago and Tampa Bay which gets underway on Wednesday. [Pro Hockey Talk]/