Top 25 San Jose Sharks Under 25
Heading into his sophomore season, Dahlen is still looking to prove he’s got top-6 staying power.
Balcers has seized his opportunity after an unconventional route back to the team that drafted him.
Merkley was on more than just the Sharks’ radar during the 2018 draft.
A nice guy, plus a hard-working center? The Sharks struck gold in drafting Jasper Weatherby.
A sports hernia kept the defender out all season — will he be ready for 2022-23?
From college hockey to the NHL, Bordeleau had himself a season.
A burst of offense to close out the season shifted the narrative on the speedy forward.
The headliner of the Sharks’ 2020 draft class will make the jump to the professional level this upcoming season.
Robins is back on track after suffering an MCL sprain during the 2020-21 season.
He’s your 2021-22 Sharks Prospect of the Year.
It’s been a journey for the pint-sized winger to figure out how to translate his skill to the next level, against bigger and stronger competition.
The now-Rangers forward boosted the Barracuda’s scoring, but results have varied at the NHL level.
The Colorado Avalanche — who drafted Meloche — were once high on the defender.
Viel offers fourth-line grit and determination.
There’s a lot to like about what our No. 18-ranked Finn brings to the table.
The 23-year-old became the odd man out this season, and now he’s playing for a new contract.
The hype was high on Kniazev in 2019, and with another year or two in the AHL, his two-way game can only get better.
His first professional season is going well for the 22-year-old.
The definition of intensity, Raska is quickly becoming a fan favorite in San Jose.
Gaudreau was projecting to be a first-round pick before the pandemic, but fell to the third round, 81st overall.
Sawchenko will be a free agent this summer, and a new contract with the Sharks is on the line.
The undrafted forward has fought for an NHL spot — now he needs to figure out what he’s going to do with it.
Plus more reminiscing from Joe Thornton, prospects to watch in the Olympics and more in today’s news and notes.
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.