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Sheng’s Daily: Ferraro Wins Gold, Barabanov Stands Out

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Fun facts about the No. 7 pick — that’s where the San Jose Sharks are picking on July 23rd: How many Hall of Famers were drafted out of that spot? Who played the most games? How many goalies came out of there?

What Are Sharks’ Chances to Draft Hall of Famer at No. 7?

In other San Jose Sharks news…

Mario Ferraro has won a World Championships gold medal!

Kevin Labanc, Ryan Donato, and Sasha Chmelevski took the bronze!

Some key San Jose Sharks’ World Championships stats:

  • Ferraro was one of four Canadian defensemen to play over 20 minutes a night: Troy Stecher (22:09), Sean Walker (20:47), Ferraro (20:43), and Owen Power (20:07)
  • Labanc notched six points in 10 appearances (13:20 Minutes Per Game), while Donato registered four (14:09) — meanwhile, Chmelevski scored four points in limited ice time (9:39 in eight games)
  • Alexander Barabanov led Russia with eight points in eight games
  • Timo Meier was second on Switzerland with four goals in eight contests
  • Marcus Sorensen played a regular shift and notched four points in seven tilts (15:42)
  • Alexander True didn’t have much scoring luck (two points in seven games) but was second among Danish forwards in usage at 18:35 Per Game
  • Lean Bergmann played in six of fourth-place Germany’s 10 games, averaging 10:34 a night

Around the NHL…

The winner of the all-Canadian North Division will be able to travel back and forth across the border during the third and final rounds of the playoffs. (TSN)

Is there a way to win a Mitch Marner trade? (Sportsnet)

Chris Peters talked to a scout about Taya Currie’s game — the goalie just became the first woman to be selected in the OHL draft. (Hockey Sense)

Aleksander Barkov, Patrice Bergeron, and Mark Stone were named finalists for the Selke Trophy. (NHL)

Auston Matthews, Jaccob Slavin, and Jared Spurgeon were named finalists for the Lady Byng Trophy. (NHL)

Dater column: After big team meeting, Avs give all-talk, no action performance

Jonathan Marchessault Hat Trick Propels Vegas Golden Knights

Source: Penguins Look for Veteran Goalie; Jarry, Malkin Safe from Kraken

BHN Daily: Trotz Accuses Boston Bruins Bergeron Of ‘Cheating’

Anders Lee Seen Skating at TD Garden Ahead of Islanders, Bruins Game 5

Seider Named World Tourney Top Defenseman By IIHF

FHN Daily: Luongo, Gallant win Gold for Canada v. Lundell and Finland

Flyers name Ian Laperriere head coach of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms

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david barnard

iirc, True also was among the tournament leaders in F/O%.

Sasha had some key impacts despite being mostly a 4th liner. he scored an important goal against Canada that gave TeamUSA some life support (although they ultimately lost a close contest); and in the Bronze medal game, he had a filthy assist off the rush.

Barabanov had the best overall personal results. i’m sure his performance has the SJ management excited about what might come next season, as well as providing some reassurance about the 1M signing.

andrew

Hard to imagine Toronto couldn’t get Barabanov in the lineup. He’s looked like money everywhere else.

david barnard

well, perhaps they could’ve used during their playoff run after all. oh well!

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