Locked On Sharks
Late First-Round Options for Sharks?
The San Jose Sharks got dominated by the Vancouver Canucks 7-2. I examine the few bright spots, like Andrew Agozzino and Jacob Peterson’s games, but overall a disappointing game on several fronts. Instead, I focus more on some potential late first-round picks for the San Jose Sharks including Otto Stenberg (10:00), Dmitri Simashev (14:00), and Jayden Perron (18:00).
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