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Morehouse on Sharks’ World Juniors Prospects & More (+)

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The San Jose Sharks are tied for the third-most prospects at the World Junior Championships.

They’re behind only the Arizona Coyotes and Buffalo Sabres for the most players named to WJC rosters. The Sharks have six prospects – center Will Smith and defenseman Eric Pohlkamp for USA, center Filip Bystedt and defenseman Mattias Havelid for Sweden, defenseman Jake Furlong for Canada, and winger Kasper Halttunen for Finland – headed to Gothenburg for the start of tournament on Dec. 26.

San Jose Sharks director of amateur scouting Chris Morehouse discussed the organization’s prospects, those going to the WJCs, and those not today.

Besides Smith and company, Morehouse also talked up Quentin Musty, Luca Cagnoni, Cam Lund, David Klee, Brandon Svoboda, Theo Jacobsson, and Axel Landen’s solid campaigns.

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