Yegor Chinakov looks set to sign his entry-level contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets after winning the KHL Gagarin Cup with Avangard Omsk. Ivan Chekhovich made his NHL debut last night in the San Jose Sharks 3-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche. Top prospect for the 2021 NHL Entry Draft Francesco Pinelli recorded a hat
Saturday night was a huge night for NCAA players making their professional debuts. The Montreal Canadiens’ top prospect took home a huge honor while scoring his first goals at the next level. The Minnesota Wild have another talented young forward on the way, as he proved in his first American Hockey League (AHL) game. Lastly,
Monday was a jam-packed night in the world of National Hockey League prospects. A Chicago Blackhawks defensive prospect made the best of a quick trip to the American Hockey League (AHL). A pair of San Jose Sharks draft picks had big nights in the Western Hockey League (WHL). The Arizona Coyotes are hoping they found
While the World Junior Championship took New Year’s Day off to prepare for today’s quarterfinal round, there was top-notch action in college hockey on Friday night. A recent draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers was honored by his conference before taking the ice. Meanwhile, a defensive prospect for the Montreal Canadiens is showing he can
Sweden has made their final cuts as they prepare to fly to Edmonton for the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship. One of their biggest rivals, Finland, has named a Florida Panthers’ prospect as their team captain for the tournament. In other action across Europe, we will check in on prospects of both the San Jose
It’s safe to say that right now there are a lot of holes on the San Jose Sharks’ roster. One of the major ones is the forward position, despite the bandages general manager Doug Wilson put together by signing Patrick Marleau and Matt Nieto. With this year’s NHL Draft, they selected a quality bunch of
The San Jose Sharks are a team most noted for their constant playoff contention. They missed the playoffs this year for only the second time since the 2003-04 season. Because of this, the team relies on its mid and late-round drafting to build the young core of its roster. The Sharks also have a history
Tristen Robins realized his boyhood dream earlier this month, when the Saskatoon Blades’ star centerman was selected by the San Jose Sharks in the second round, 56th overall in the 2020 NHL Draft. Coming off a breakout 2019-20 Western Hockey League season where he totaled 33 goals and 73 points, THW’s Carson Shmyr wrote about
The Arizona Coyotes loaned out a former fifth-overall pick to Finland, the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks sign two Western Hockey League (WHL) superstars and first-round picks from the 2020 NHL Entry Draft to entry-level contracts, and a recent Los Angeles Kings’ draft pick is excelling in Sweden. Coyotes Loan Hayton to Finland
Sasha Chmelevski was drafted in the sixth round (185th overall) in 2017. Many times, sixth round picks don’t end up making it to the NHL, or even the AHL, but the San Jose Sharks have a knack for finding talent late in the draft. From his time in the OHL to representing his country internationally,
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