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— Sheng Peng (@Sheng_Peng) July 21, 2021
What qualities might the San Jose Sharks be looking for in another goalie?
These clues that Doug Wilson dropped might indicate who he wants to pair with Adin Hill:
It’s our final Draft big board: Who do we want the San Jose Sharks to draft? Who are our top-10 players?
In other San Jose Sharks news…
Maxim Letunov and Nikolai Knyzhov are pumped for Phoenix.
San Jose Sharks TV analyst and Jr. Sharks director Curtis Brown is joining the USHL’s Lincoln Stars on a part-time basis:
13-year NHL veteran Curtis Brown has been named our Hockey Strategy & Player Development Coach! #AllAboard🚂
— Lincoln Stars (@LincolnStars) July 20, 2021
Around the NHL…
Potential first-round pick Logan Mailloux is asking to not get picked:
— Logan Mailloux (@loganmailloux_) July 20, 2021
His victim, however, does not believe that Mailloux has shown “heartfelt” remorse. This story was published before Mailloux withdrew himself from the Draft. (The Athletic)
After jail for sex offense, former Blackhawks video coach uses interns to build his new business. (TSN)
The NHL is announcing its schedule on Thursday and there will be an Olympic break — however, that doesn’t mean yet that the players are going to Beijing. (ESPN)
Yannick Weber announces his retirement:
“There is no doubt” that Vladimir Tarasenko will be 100 percent ready for the upcoming season, says the doctor who performed Tarasenko’s third shoulder surgery. (The Athletic)
Seattle’s Carey Price decision is coming down to the wire, according to Elliotte Friedman. (Sportsnet)
Athletic therapists get funding for the study of Toradol and other painkillers in amateur and professional sports. (TSN)
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