What were our impressions of how San Jose Sharks prospects performed at the Rookie Faceoff?
Keegan and Sheng started from the net out, touching on Georgi Romanov, Magnus Chrona, and Mason Beaupit’s performances (2:00).
They agree that Shakir Mukhamadullin was the San Jose Sharks’ top prospect in this tourney (5:45). But Sheng thinks Mukhamadullin will have to clean this up before he makes the jump.
They also share their thoughts about Gannon Laroque (12:00), Artem Guryev (17:30), Jake Furlong (23:12), Henry Thrun (25:45), and Luca Cagnoni (26:35).
Finally, they talk about the San Jose Sharks prospects up front.
What was impressive about Quentin Musty (27:45)? Next, they touch on Ethan Cardwell (33:25).
Why does Sheng say of Kasper Halttunen, “There is a lot to work with, but there is a lot to work on” (35:10)?
How did Tristen Robins fare (41:10)? Did we see the best and worst of Thomas Bordeleau at the Rookie Faceoff (43:20)? We also talked about William Eklund (49:20).
Keegan says he was disappointed by Danil Gushchin’s tournament (52:55).
We wrap up with thoughts about Brandon Coe (57:48), Ozzy Wiesblatt (1:02:20), and Bradley Marek (1:07:05).
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