Top 25 San Jose Sharks Under 25
The 24-year-old has a chance to become a roster regular — what will he make of it?
Robins had to learn to outplay his size — now his size has caught up, and so has his game.
The undersized winger has proven himself time and again along the way — can he break through to the big league this year?
This newcomer earned a contract at Sharks development camp, but also showed off a riskier side to his play.
His first season as an AHL starter was rough, but can Korenar prove he’s still starting material?
The Russian winger draws comparisons to Ovi — both good and bad.
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Hertl may not light up the scoreboard, but he always tilts the ice in San Jose’s favor.
Sharks fans fell in love with "Timo Time" last season. Where will the Swiss power forward’s upside take him this year?
We miss you already, Cobra.
There’s a top six spot open and Labanc has a chance to take it.
The young defenseman out of Guelph has a very high ceiling.
A hole just might’ve opened for the Denver product.
Who needs Erik Karlsson when you could have the Latvian Legend?
The Finnish League’s leading scorer is ready to bring his talents to North America.
Everything is going according to plan.
Time is running out on the once-heralded defenseman’s NHL chances.
Just another Ottawa hockey star bound for greener pastures.
I’m not saying he’s better than Cale Makar, but I’m not not saying that, either.
Ivan Chekhovich has the offensive tools to become a late-round gem, but can he find the consistency to put it all together?
Who needs Erik, anyway?
With his first shot against grown men, the scoring winger will need to prove that his offensive flash wasn’t just for juniors.