Sharks Draft 2021
Five picks in Round 1 went to Pacific Division teams.
The final Sharks pick is a QMJHL ... skater?
Can the 18-year-old join a successful list of players hailing from Ornskoldsvik, Sweden?
The German forward is on the up-and-up.
Another OHL selection, who missed last season due to the shutdown.
Another off-the-board defender? Doug Wilson, why?
The OHL winger should’ve been their early fourth-round pick, but what do I know?
The Sharks go off the board for a WHL defender.
The Sharks traded down to take a goaltender in the third.
To quote the kid himself: Booyah!
Here’s comes the boy! Hello boy!
A short, and not terribly sweet, list.
The Wolverine hockey center was bested only by Sharks prospect Thomas Bordeleau in scoring last season.
The Sharks are picking in the top ten, but the rankings are even more up in the air than usual.