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Wilson Jr. & Will on Eklund, Bordeleau, Sharks Dev Camp Standouts | SJHN+

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Can’t argue with hockey in August!

San Jose Sharks Development Camp culminated last night in a prospects scrimmage, a wide-open affair that was taken by Team Ricci 10-4.

There were highlights a-plenty! Check out the San Jose Hockey Now Podcast’s Twitter to see them:

San Jose Sharks assistant general manager Joe Will and director of scouting Doug Wilson Jr. recapped dev camp this morning: How ready is William Eklund for North American pro hockey? How has Thomas Bordeleau really improved this off-season? Was Ozzy Wiesblatt the only San Jose Sharks prospect to stay in town all summer? How good was Artemi Kniazev last night? Why does Danil Gushchin have a chip on his shoulder? How was Ryan Merkley’s fitness? Did any other Sharks prospects surprise with their physio? Which under-the-radar prospects popped at dev camp?

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