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Sheng’s Daily: Noah Gregor Can’t Beat His Uncle at Galaga

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Yesterday at San Jose Hockey Now, Erik Fowle brought us Part 5 of his deep dive into the San Jose Sharks system, sharing his research about seven intriguing San Jose prospects in a massive, insightful write-up:

Deep Dive into San Jose’s Prospects, Part 5: Intriguing Youngsters

21 prospects down, just 12 more to go!

In other San Jose Sharks news…

The Vlasics mourned Kelly:

Noah Gregor isn’t good at Galaga:

Apparently, Timo Meier’s agent asked the San Jose Sharks if the young star could play in the Swiss League this fall. Not surprisingly, the Sharks said no. (Swiss Hockey News)

Around the NHL…

Per Elliotte Friedman, Colorado is looking to upgrade in goal, make a play for Taylor Hall. (Colorado Hockey Now)

Islanders-Lightning remember 9/11 on the eve of Game Three. (NYI Hockey Now)

Penguins deal Nick Bjugstad to Wild to create cap space. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

George Richards answers your Panthers questions in a mailbag. (Florida Hockey Now)

Kevan Miller still wants to play. (Boston Hockey Now)

Possible San Jose Sharks UFA target Tyler Toffoli wants to stay with the Canucks. (Sportsnet)

Brayden Point looked like he took the ice for morning skate, but he didn’t play in Game Three. (Tampa Bay Times)

Nathan MacKinnon wins the Lady Byng Trophy. (NHL)

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