Tuesday Sharks Links: Wilson talks about entering 'most important part' of rebuild

Also the team still expects Raffi Torres to make a comeback, more on potential draft day deals and on the Sharks' need to add additional top 100 picks.

  • Doug Wilson views this offseason as "the most important part of the transition process we've gone through the last year," which could pave the way for a significant trade or free agent signing in the coming weeks. [CSN Bay Area]/
  • Which raises the question, will the Sharks be able to trade their way out of self-imposed rebuild mode? [Puck Daddy]
  • Veteran winger Raffi Torres has played just 12 games in the past two years but the Sharks remain hopeful he can recover from his multiple ACL surgeries and return to action by the start of the season. [CSN Bay Area]
  • Despite the organization repeatedly stressing the significance of the upcoming draft, the team goes into it with just two picks in the top 100, including zero selections between picks 39 and 106. That needs to change. [Hockey Buzz]
  • Gare Joyce's mock draft has the Sharks picking up Mathew Barzal at 9th overall. [Sportsnet]
  • American hockey fans are in luck. With TSN losing its entry draft rights to Sportsnet, the likes of Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger will join NBCSN's first-ever U.S. draft broadcast on Friday. [Broad Street Hockey]
  • Habs forward and current RFA Alex Galchenyuk has fired his agent, former Shark Igor Larionov. [Montreal Gazette]/
  • Kings center and pending UFA Jarret Stoll was charged with one count of cocaine possession on Monday two months after being arrested in Vegas. [Orange County Register]