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Who Will Sharks Pick at No. 11? Chris Peters Talks 2022 Draft

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Sheng introduces his new co-host, plus examines the news and notes around the San Jose Sharks, including Alexander Barabanov’s new deal (3:00), if Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson could be on their way out of San Jose, what a Burns trade could look like (9:00), and what’s the hold up on Mario Ferraro’s new deal (23:00). Then we discuss the latest on the new GM search (33:00) and Patrick Marleau’s retirement (37:00).

Finally, the Daily Faceoff’s Chris Peters joins the show to talk about being on the road again (52:00), the 2022 NHL Draft (54:00), his most recent mock draft, and who he has the San Jose Sharks picking (1:03:00). Chris also reviews the seasons of some of the Sharks’ top prospects including William Eklund (1:24:00), Brandon Coe (1:27:00), and Ozzy Wiesblatt (1:30:00). And why is Chris down on Brad Lambert?

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