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What Will Sharks Look Like in 3 Years?



Kyle and Erik look at what the San Jose Sharks will look like over the next three years. We discuss if Bordeleau, Eklund, Wiesblatt, and Robins will be making an impact, the timeline with the older players (11:00), and what is needed for the San Jose Sharks to turn it around this season (14:00). Then they analyze why Jonathan Dahlén needs to hit the ground running (20:00) and what we think will happen this year (24:00).

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david barnard

Dahlen was a top line projection back in 2017. he’s slipped down to barely a 40-pt projected 2nd liner. if he does top out as a 40-pt consistent NHL’er for the Sharks i’ll be fine with it, but he has to prove it. we can’t/shouldn’t pretend he’s some high end talent whose going to be a real “difference maker” for this team. i’ll believe it when i see it. i could see a similar path as Dilly for Knyzhov. and EK65 played very well with him. he needs a more seasoned/confident Knyzhov, but they had a little something going last… Read more »

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