Sharks Draft 2018
The college winger had 28 points in his freshman season.
A interesting goalie selection keeps the late rounds chugging along
Sharks trade up for a big center
The 18-year-old Swede had a pretty impressive campaign during the 2017-2018 season.
Everything you need to know to watch the 2018 Entry Draft.
Will Doug Wilson swing for the fences or play it safe?
The Russian forward rounds out San Jose’s 2017 draft.
Sharks make a trade with the Devils to acquire a second California native.
The Sharks traded up to select another center from the USDP.
He’s headed to UMass Amherst this fall.
Two Norrises in one week has got to be a record.
Colorado has an offer on the table the Sharks could match, but should they?
No need to fear this Finn.
The undersized winger has a lot of upside.
A lone bright spot in an otherwise dismal Guelph season projects with a high risk high ceiling
His size and hockey sense stand out.
Injury has caused Kostin to fall, but it shouldn’t scare San Jose.
You can’t spell Hague without “h-u-g-e.”
Shane Bowers brings a little bit of everything, but not too much of anything
The Sharks can take advantage of other teams’ fears.
An intriguing blend of youth, skill, and versatility.