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Jonathan Dalhen? Maxim Letunov? Danil Yurtaykin?

You might be surprised that Erik Fowle considered these San Jose Sharks prospects at the end of their ropes as legitimate prospects.

Read Erik’s reasoning here!

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Around the NHL…

Adrian Dater on what it’s like to cover playoff hockey in an empty building. (Colorado Hockey Now)

Dan Kingerski on why Pittsburgh’s future depends on defeating Montreal. (Pittsburgh Hockey Now)

Get to know Chris Dreidger, Sergei Bobrovsky’s back-up. (Florida Hockey Now)

Tuukka Rask eyes a Wednesday return. (Boston Hockey Now)

Islanders enjoying their time together in the bubble. (NYI Hockey Now)

Ryan Reaves, Robin Lehner, Tyler Seguin, and Jason Dickinson take a knee before the Vegas-Dallas game. (ESPN)

Ex-Shark Mike Grier and Bryce Salvador are excited to coach an all-minority youth team at an upcoming hockey tournament. (NHL)

Brenden Dillon and the MSE Foundation have donated 10,000 medical face masks to local first responders and food assistance organizations. (Twitter)

Hockey Hall of Famer Angela James on overcoming adversity. (Sportsnet)

Go to Bad Sports Art for all your sports photography needs! (Sin Bin)

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