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San Jose Sharks 2015 Draft

Sharks round out draft with Helewka, Latvians

Two huge American goaltenders among the Sharks' final seven picks.

Goalie drafted with McLellan compensatory pick

The 6'4" goalie will attend the University of New Hampshire.

Sharks trade up, draft 2nd round steal Jeremy Roy

One of the best defense prospects in the draft fell to the 2nd round and the Sharks moved quickly to grab him.

Sharks pick Timo Meier

Halifax power forward scored 44 goals and 90 points this season.

2015 NHL Draft Open Thread

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Who do experts think the Sharks will pick tonight?

For an early preview of who the Sharks might select this evening, we turn to a compilation of mock drafts.

Draft order, start time and coverage for Round 1

The action gets underway at 4pm on the west coast.

Likely top-5 pick Marner interviewed again by SJ

Is San Jose trying to move up?

Several good defensemen should be available at 39

Nicolas Meloche is just one of a bevy of strong defensemen likely to be available for the Sharks in the 2nd round.

Anthony Beauvillier could be a second round steal

Excellent at both ends of the ice, Beauvillier's size could cause him to fall to the second round where the Sharks would be landing a steal at 39th overall.

Lawson Crouse isn't as good or bad as some suggest

Lukewarm take time: Crouse shouldn't be considered in the top five but is still well worth drafting before the middle of the first round.

Travis Konecny is one of this draft's wildcards

Injuries and size have held back the hype, but Travis Konecny is as skilled as they come.

Kyle Connor is anything but a reach at ninth

The Michigan commit flew a bit under the radar this season but deserves legitimate top-ten consideration.

Zach Werenski's freshman season was historic

The young University of Michigan defender is coming off an unbelievable freshman season and could very well be the best player available when the Sharks pick.

Provorov could be Sharks' best prospect dman ever

It's a longshot that the Russian defenseman will fall to 9th overall but the Sharks should be ecstatic if he does.

Explosive Mathew Barzal is a top-ten talent

We begin our series on prospects the Sharks could have a chance to draft next Friday with a profile of one of the most complete forwards available.