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Chrona Open To Going Pro, But Focused On NCAA Championship (+)

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Magnus Chrona is open to turning pro after this season.

But right now, the University of Denver goalie is focused on tomorrow’s Frozen Four match-up against the University of Michigan.

Chrona will be facing fellow San Jose Sharks prospect Thomas Bordeleau. Chrona, however, isn’t letting that familiarity alter his game face: “I just spoke to him at dev camp and haven’t spoken to him since. So it will be fun to face him for sure.”

The junior netminder’s trip to TD Garden tomorrow will be the culmination of a year of adding to his game under the tutelage of Sharks goaltending coach Evgeni Nabokov and goaltending development coach Dany Sabourin.

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