Training camp kicks off today and Sheng Peng of San Jose Hockey Now joins to look at the biggest storylines for the San Jose Sharks this season including how the Sharks look to replace the lost production from Brent Burns’s departure and if Erik Karlsson can fill the void. We next look at the difference between Doug Wilson and Mike Grier with regards to prospect development (11:00) and how long can the veterans hold off William Eklund and Thomas Bordeleau (17:00). We finish by looking at the San Jose Sharks’ bottom-six and trying to figure out where Nick Bonino slots in and who he should play with (22:00).
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