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How Are Sharks’ Top Prospects Progressing?

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KyleErik, and JD look at the top prospects in the San Jose Sharks pipeline and review their seasons, what their comps currently look like, and where they fit into the Sharks’ reset. We discuss Jonathan Dahlén (3:00), Daniil Gushchin (11:00), Tristen Robins (18:00), Thomas Bordeleau (23:30), Artemi Knyazev (29:00), Ozzy Wiesblatt (36:00), Brandon Coe (42:00), and Ryan Merkley (44:00).

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Edward

I think you guys are underselling what Coe did last season a bit. He started really rough 2 assists in 12 games, and was barely given any ice time. He finished with 1g-4a in 9 games, and was playing on the top line in his D1 in the AHL. (He obviously was the third guy on that line, but to go from the point where you aren’t trusted to play more than 5 minutes, while D1s Ozzy and Robins are getting normal minutes, to being a top line AHL forward in one year is pretty wild.)

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