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The San Jose Sharks select Swedish center Filip Bystedt with No. 27 in the 2022 NHL Draft. We discuss Mike Grier’s first move as a General Manager by trading down with the Arizona Coyotes, then passing on Brad Lambert and others. Next, a draft profile of Filip Bystedt and where he fits into the Sharks prospect pipeline (7:30). Then we discuss some of the best moves in the first round of the NHL Draft and who the San Jose Sharks should be looking to draft with their two second-round picks (16:00).

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Nimrod

Byfield wasn’t on my radar before today but the more I read watch, and listen the more optimistic I get. That being said I look forward to the 2023 draft with so many options: Tank hard for Bedard, Dismay till Matvei, Look silly for Fantilli, aim low for Barlow…Its gonna be a long year but maybe someday the sharks will be good again.

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