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Sharks Draft Order Set, What Kind of Player Is Wilson Jr. Looking for at No. 11?

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The 2022 NHL Draft order has been finalized and all 225 picks have been assigned. Unless there are more trades where picks for this year move hands, which there likely will be, fans and organizations now know who is picking when.

So with just one week until the draft in Montreal, the San Jose Sharks possess nine picks (11, 76, 108, 138, 140, 172, 195, 204, 217). That’s a first-rounder, a third, a fourth, two fifth-rounders, a sixth, and three seventh-rounders.

Sharks director of scouting Doug Wilson Jr. talked to Nick Nollenberger about who San Jose might pick at No. 11 recently:

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BrianJ

Based on the drafts of the past several years, I hope the Sharks get a new General Manager before the draft.

Barry Dingleberry

Draft a good hockey player who is not a bad canucklehead. You can doooit!

Nick H.

Glad to hear he wants BPA.

Sheng Peng

I’m BPA too. I never get drafting for need, this isn’t the NFL or NBA where players usually step right in

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