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Exit Interview: Gregor Admits To Not Having ‘Best Attitude’ To Start Season, What Changed (+)

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San Jose Sharks forward Noah Gregor went from being in and out of the lineup to a top-nine regular by the end of the season.

It was a tough beginning of the season for Gregor. Through Jan. 16, the healthy winger had only dressed in 20 of the Sharks’ first 45 games.

Quinn on ‘Equation’ for Gregor To Stay In Sharks’ Line-Up

Gregor, like he did last year, finished the season on a high note though. In seven games in April, Gregor had five goals and one assist. San Jose Sharks head coach David Quinn noticed a growing maturity from the 24-year-old.

Sharks Locker Room: Quinn on Gregor’s Growing Maturity, Couture or Hertl to Wing Next Year

Gregor was open about his early-season struggles and how he was hurting himself, and what helped turn his season around. He also shared some great insight about the kind of “backup game” he needs to have if he’s not scoring.

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