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The Nail in the Coffin for 2021 Sharks

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KyleErik, and JD review the weekend series against the St. Louis Blues. We discuss why the San Jose Sharks should be looking ahead, Antti Suomela Hive stands proud (5:00), and Patrick Marleau’s weekend (9:45). Then we debate the development process (12:00), if the top line should be broken up (20:00), and when we think we will see Ivan Chekhovich with the San Jose Sharks (26:30).

 

 

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david barnard

they need to bring in a HC who is into developing young players on the verge of becoming full time NHL players. perhaps it’s time for the Sharks to seriously look at a Euro HC? spread the young scoring talent around the top 2 lines where they can get good minutes with good players. there are fewer RW’s (Blichfeld and Chmelevski) in the prospect pipeline ready for NHL minutes, than LW’s (Leonard, Balcers, Chekhovich, and Gregor). Chmelevski and Gregor are also centers that, like Hertl, would need to break in as wingers. True might be the only true center prospect… Read more »

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