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What’s Scott Reedy’s Ceiling? Chris Peters, Russ Cohen Chime In | SJHN+

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On Friday, Scott Reedy signed an entry-level contract with the San Jose Sharks.

The Sharks’ 2017 fourth-round pick should make his Barracuda debut this Tuesday against Henderson. His two-year ELC actually begins in 2021-22, so right now, he’s just getting his feet wet.

“I’m gonna try to be a sponge and learn from the guys around me and really take in what the coaches have to say about my game,” Reedy said. “For me to be a presence at the end of the season here is a good opportunity to get ahead on the start of next season and understand what I need to focus on to get to the next level.”

What does San Jose have in Reedy? The 22-year-old forward enjoyed a solid senior season at the University of Minnesota, notching 11 goals and 17 assists in 28 games.

But how much of that production will translate to the NHL? And what other skills does he bring to the table?

Chris Peters of Hockey Sense and Russ Cohen of Sportsology and EP Rinkside share why we might be surprised by the 6-foot-2 right-hander.

San Jose Sharks assistant general manager Tim Burke and Reedy himself also chimed in.

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