Connect with us

Film Room

Winning Play: One Way to Fix Sharks PK, Scout on Gambrell’s Offensive Potential | SJHN+

Published

on

Credit: NBCS Bay Area

“He looks like a more complete player. He looks stronger.”

That what Martin Jones said last night about Dylan Gambrell’s early-season emergence as a go-to San Jose Sharks forward. Gambrell is currently San Jose’s fifth most-used forward, after Logan Couture, Tomas Hertl, Evander Kane, and Kevin Labanc.

The 24-year-old has come a long way, considering he was the team’s 11th most-used forward last year and perhaps not that far from being waived after a disappointing training camp.

Possibly no play in last night’s 3-2 overtime loss to St. Louis exemplified Gambrell’s growth more than this one:

This content is for SJHN+ subscribers only. Get this exclusive content and an ad-free experience for only $3.49 per month or get a yearly subscription for just $29.99!

Current subscribers, please log in to view.

Log In Join Now

Welcome to your new home for San Jose Sharks breaking news, analysis and opinion. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and don't forget to subscribe to SJHN+ for all of our members-only content from Sheng Peng and the National Hockey Now network plus an ad-free browsing experience.

Sheng’s Travel Fund

Help fund Sheng's travel! Every dollar goes to the cost of getting to and from Sharks road games.


Click here to contribute to Sheng's travel pool!

Get SJHN in your inbox!

Enter your email address to get all of our articles delivered directly to your inbox.

Sharks Team & Cap Info

SJHN on Facebook

Follow SJHN on Twitter

All the San Jose Sharks news that's fit to print

Enter your email to get the best Sharks coverage delivered straight to your inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.