Max Miller from The Hockey News joins for insight into what he has seen at San Jose Sharks development camp. We start with Will Smith and how fast he looks on the ice and his processing ability, and if Quentin Musty is a dark horse to play nine games in the NHL before heading back to the Sudbury Wolves. Next, we talk the backup San Jose Barracuda goalie battle between Georgi Romanov and Magnus Chrona (12:00). Max also talks about Valtteri Pulli and his ability to protect the crease and Henry Thrun earning the coaching staff’s trust (15:00). Finally, some of the other standouts, including Ethan Cardwell and the decision the San Jose Sharks will have with Filip Bystedt this summer (20:00).
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