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  • 2016 SAN JOSE SHARKS NHL DRAFT GUIDE

    2016 NHL Draft FIRST NIAGARA CENTER

    Buffalo, NY

    Round 1: Fri., June 24 4 p.m. PT NBC Sports Network

    Rounds 2-7: Sat., June 25 7 a.m. PT NHL Network The San Jose Sharks currently own five draft selections in the 2016 NHL Draft, which begins on Friday, June 24 at

    First Niagara Center in Buffalo, NY, and will be televised on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. PT. Rounds 2-7 will take

    place on Saturday and will be televised on NHL Network at 7 a.m. PT. The Sharks are currently slated to make their first selection in the second round (60th overall). In 2015, San Jose made nine selections, its highest total since 2004 when the draft lasted nine rounds. The Sharks selected right wing Timo Meier ninth overall last season.

    SHARKS DRAFT FACTS

    Going back in time The 2016 NHL Draft returns to Buffalo this year, the site of San Joses first-ever draft selection in franchise history 25 years ago. The Sharks made their first selection in franchise history on June 22, 1991, selecting Spokane forward Pat Falloon second overall. The Sharks also added future franchise icons Ray Whitney (23rd overall, Spokane) and Sandis Ozolinsh (30th overall, Dynamo Riga) in the second round of that same draft. Buffalo also hosted the 1998 NHL Draft, which saw the Sharks select, among others: Brad Stuart (3rd overall, Regina) and Jonathan Cheechoo (29th overall, Belleville).

    Home grown Fourteen players who played for San Jose during the 2015-16 season were originally drafted by the Sharks: Joe Pavelski, Patrick Marleau, Logan Couture, Tommy Wingels, Tomas Hertl, Matt Nieto, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Justin Braun, Chris Tierney, Mirco Mueller, Dylan DeMelo, Nikolay Goldobin, Alex Stalock and John McCarthy.

    Quality and quantity San Jose made nine selections in last years draft and eight selections in the 2014 NHL Draft, the most picks they have made in back-to-back drafts since 2004-05, when the Sharks made 18 picks (8 in 2005 and 10 in 2004). The Sharks enter the 2016 NHL Draft with five selections. New territory The Sharks have never selected 60th overall in the NHL Draft in their franchise history. They have made a handful of selections near the 60th position, including Chris Tierney (55th overall in 2012).

    Some notable players drafted 60th overall include: Damon Severson (New Jersey, 2012), Tomas Tatar (Detroit, 2009), Jimmy Hayes (Toronto, 2008), Brandon Dubinsky (NY Rangers, 2004) and Dan Ellis (Dallas, 2000). Former Sharks forward Ray Sheppard was selected 60th overall by Buffalo in 1984.

    SHARKS DRAFT PICKS Round Overall How Acquired 1-SJ 29 Traded to BOS (M. Jones) 2-SJ 60 3-SJ 90 Traded to DAL (B. Dillon) 4-NYR 111 James Sheppard trade 4-SJ 120 Traded to ARI (M. Letunov) 5-SJ 150 6-SJ 180 7-SJ 210

    BOLD = Picks the Sharks own

  • Spreading them out Below is a look at how San Jose has spread its entry draft selections around over the years (does not include Expansion, Dispersal, Supplemental or Waiver Drafts): Origins of the Sharks Draft Picks

    Position Rd. 1 Rd. 2 All

    Defenseman 8 10 63 Center 7 3 45 Right Wing 11 1 44 Left Wing 3 3 32 Goalie 0 0 25 Forward 1 0 2

    Mining overseas 63 of San Joses all-time draft picks, including nine in the first round, were drafted out of Europe or Russia, the highest total among any other location. Origins of the Sharks Draft Picks League Rd. 1 Rd. 2 All

    Europe/Russia 9 6 63 OHL 2 5 33 WHL 9 1 29 Other 2 2 26

    U.S. High School 1 2 25 QMJHL 2 4 20 NCAA 1 1 15

    Early accolades Several of San Joses draft picks from the 2015 NHL Draft enjoyed successful years in their development, including Sharks first round pick Timo Meier. Meier began the season posting 36 points (11g-25a) in 23 games as the captain of Halifax in the QMJHL, before being traded to Rouyn-Noranda. Meier finished the season T-11th in league scoring with 87 points (34g-53a) in a combined 52 games with both teams, helping the Huskies reach the QMJHL playoffs. Meier added 23 points (11g-12a) in 18 playoff games (finishing 6th in scoring), helping the Huskies win the QMJHL Championship and a spot in the Memorial Cup. Meier finished Memorial Cup play T-2nd

    amongst all players in points (8) and goals (5) in five games as the Huskies fell to London in overtime of the championship game. For his efforts, Meier was named to the Memorial Cup All-Star Team. In addition, the native of Herisau, Switzerland, posted 2g-3a in six games as the captain of Team Switzerland in the 2016 World Jr. Championship.

    Other ways to find talent The Sharks have had solid success finding NHL-caliber players through the NHL Draft. However, over the past few seasons, the Sharks have found a number of key pieces via undrafted (or drafted and un-signed) free agency. Six players, that had not previously appeared in the NHL before joining the Sharks, suited up for San Jose last season, coming to Team Teal via free agency, including: Joonas Donskoi (FA/2015), Melker Karlsson (FA/14), Matt Tennyson (FA/12), and Barclay Goodrow (FA/14). Since the start of the 2015-16 season, the Sharks have added several other undrafted (or drafted and un-signed)

    prospects, including: D Cavan Fitzgerald, F Jon Martin, G Mantas Armalis, F Marcus Sorensen and D Tim Heed. Fashionably late San Jose currently is slated to make its first selection 60th overall in the draft, the second to last pick in the second round. Assuming they dont trade up, this marks the first time the Sharks have not had a first round pick since 2011, when they drafted Matt Nieto 47th overall in the second round. This marks the latest San Jose has been scheduled to make its first selection of the draft since 2008, when the Sharks made their first pick 62nd overall (third round).

    SHARKS DEVELOPMENT CAMP

    The Sharks will hold their annual summer development camp from July 7-12 at Sharks Ice at San Jose. The camp is designed for Sharks prospects and select invitee prospects to work on fundamental skills in a team-oriented environment. The camp will also include the fourth annual Sharks Prospects Summer Scrimmage to be held on Tuesday, July 12, at Sharks Ice at San Jose. More info about both the camp and the prospects scrimmage will be

    announced at a later date. Shaking things up The Sharks have made several trades involving players (in addition to draft picks) on draft day. Below is a list of the draft-day trades the Sharks have completed that include players (note that pick-for-pick trades not involving players have NOT been included; this list also only includes trades completed on actual draft days):

  • 6/27/15 Acquired D Patrick McNally from Vancouver in exchange for a seventh-round selection (210th overall, previously acquired from the NY Islanders) in the 2015 NHL Draft

    Acquired a seventh-round selection (193rd overall, Jake Kupsky) in the 2015 NHL Draft from Dallas in exchange for G Antti Niemi

    6/30/13 Acquired F Tyler Kennedy from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a second round selection (50th overall, later traded to Columbus) in the 2013 NHL Draft

    6/24/11 Acquired D Brent Burns and a second round selection (37th overall, later traded to Tampa Bay for

    Dominic Moore on Feb. 16, 2012) in the 2012 NHL Draft from Minnesota in exchange for RW Devin Setoguchi, C Charlie Coyle and a first round selection (28th overall, C Zack Phillips) in the 2011

    NHL Draft 6/26/10 Acquired a sixth round selection in the 2010 NHL Draft (163rd overall, D Konrad Abeltshauser) from

    Calgary in exchange for G Henrik Karlsson 6/22/07 Acquired a first round selection (13th overall, later traded along with a second-round pick in 2007 and

    a third-round selection in 2008 to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for the 9th overall pick in 2007 Logan Couture) in the 2007 NHL Draft, a second round selection (44th overall, later traded to the St. Louis Blues) and a fourth round selection (98th overall, later traded to Nashville on June 21, 2008) in the 2009 NHL Draft from the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for G Vesa Toskala and LW Mark Bell

    6/21/03 Acquired RW Scott Parker from Colorado in exchange for a fifth round selection in the 2003 NHL

    Draft (163rd overall, C Brad Richardson, previously acquired from Colorado in Bryan Marchment

    trade on March 8, 2003)

    6/23/02 Acquired the rights to RW Theoren Fleury from the N.Y. Rangers in exchange for a sixth round (194th overall, C Kim Hirschovits) selection in the 2002 NHL Draft

    6/24/01 Acquired LW Adam Graves, D Rich Pilon and future considerations from the N.Y. Rangers in

    exchange for RW Mikael Samuelsson, D Christian Gosselin and a seventh round selection (226th overall, RW Joey Crabb) in the 2002 NHL Draft

    6/27/98 Acquired the rights to D Gary Suter from Chicago in exchange for a ninth round selection (240th overall, D Andrei Yershov) in the 1998 NHL Draft

    6/21/97 Acquired LW Shawn Burr from Tampa Bay in exchange for a fifth round selection (108th overall, D

    Mark Thompson) in the 1997 NHL Draft

    6/26/93 Re-acquired sixth round selection (132nd overall, C Petri Varis) in the 1993 NHL Draft (previously

    traded to Dallas in June 20, 1992 trade for LW Gaetan Duchesne) in exchange for C Dean Evason

    San Jose Sharks Draft History

    ENTRY DRAFTS

    JUNE 26-27, 2015 SUNRISE, FLORIDA BB&T CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2014-15 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 9 Timo Meier Right Wing Halifax (QMJHL) Switzerland

    2 (from COL) 31 Jeremy Roy Defense Sherbrooke (QMJHL) Canada

    3 (from EDM) 86 Mike Robinson Goaltender Lawrence Academy (HS) United States

    4 (from CGY) 106 Adam Helewka Left Wing Spokane (WHL) Canada

    5 130 Karlis Cukste Defense HK Riga (Russia) Latvia

    5 (from NYI) 142 Rudolfs Balcers Left Wing Stavanger (Norway) Latvia

    6 160 Adam Parsells Defense Wausau West High School (HS) United States

    7 190 Marcus Vela Center Langley (BCHL) Canada

    7 (from DAL) 193 Jake Kupsky Goaltender Lone Star (NAHL) United States

    JUNE 27-28, 2014 PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA WELLS FARGO CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2013-14 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 (from CHI) 27 Nikolay Goldobin Right Wing Sarnia (OHL) Russia

    2 (from NSH) 46 Julius Bergman Defense Frolunda HC J20 (SE) Sweden

    2 (from PIT) 53 Noah Rod Right Wing Geneve (SWISS) Switzerland

    3 (from NSH) 72 Alex Schoenborn Right Wing Portland (WHL) United States 3 81 Dylan Sadowy Left Wing Saginaw (OHL) Canada

    4 (from NSH) 102 Alexis Vanier Defense Baie-Comeau (QMJHL) Canada

    5 (from NYR) 149 Rourke Chartier Center Kelowna (WHL) Canada

    6 171 Kevin Labanc Right Wing Barrie (OHL) United States

  • JUNE 30, 2013 NEWARK, NEW JERSEY PRUDENTIAL CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2012-13 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 (from DET) 18 Mirco Mueller Defense Everett Silvertips (WHL) Switzerland

    2 (from NYR) 49 Gabryel Boudreau Left Wing Baie-Comeau (QMJHL) Canada

    4 (from CHI) 117 Fredrik Bergvik Goaltender Frolunda HC J20 (SE) Sweden 5 141 Michael Brodzinski Defense Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) United States

    5 (from CHI) 151 Gage Ausmus Defense USA U-18 (USHL) United States

    7 201 Jake Jackson Center Tartan Titans (MSHSL) United States

    7 (from COL) 207 Emil Galimov Left Wing Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (KHL) Russia

    JUNE 22-23, 2012 PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA CONSOL ENERGY CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2011-12 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 17 Tomas Hertl Center Slavia Praha (Czech) Czech Republic 2 55 Chris Tierney Center London (OHL) Canada

    4 (from CHI) 109 Christophe Lalancette Right Wing Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) Canada

    5 138 Daniel ORegan Center St. Sebastien (HS) Germany

    6 168 Clifford Watson Defense Sioux City (USHL) United States

    7 198 Joakim Ryan Defense Cornell (ECAC) United States

    JUNE 24-25, 2011 ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA XCEL ENERGY CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2010-11 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    2 (from FLA) 47 Matthew Nieto Left Wing Boston U. (HE) United States 3 89 Justin Sefton Defense Sudbury (OHL) Canada

    5 (from WPG) 133 Sean Kuraly Center Indiana (USHL) United States

    6 (from NYR) 166 Daniil Sobchenko Center Yaroslavl (KHL) Ukraine

    6 179 Dylan Demelo Defense Mississauga (OHL) Canada

    7 (from WPG) 194 Colin Blackwell Center St. Johns Prep (HS) United States

    JUNE 25-26, 2010 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA STAPLES CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2009-10 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 28 Charlie Coyle Center South Shore (EJHL) United States 3 88 Max Gaede Right Wing Woodbury (HS) United States

    5 (from CAR) 127 Cody Ferriero Center Governors Academy (HS) United States

    5 (from MIN) 129 Freddie Hamilton Center Niagara (OHL) Canada

    5 (from OTT) 136 Isaac MacLeod Defense Penticton (BCHL) Canada

    6 (from CGY) 163 Konrad Abeltshauser Defense Halifax (QMJHL) Germany

    7 (from ATL) 188 Lee Moffie Defense U. of Michigan (CCHA) United States

    7 (from PIT) 200 Christopher Crane Right Wing Green Bay (USHL) United States

    JUNE 26-27, 2009 MONTREAL, QUEBEC BELL CENTRE ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2008-09 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    2 (from BUF) 43 William Wrenn Defense USA U-18 (USDP) United States

    2 57 Taylor Doherty Defense Kingston (OHL) Canada

    5 147 Philip Varone Center London (OHL) Canada

    7 (from DAL) 189 Marek Viedensky Center Prince George (WHL) Slovakia

    7 207 Dominik Bielke Defense Eisbargen Berlin (DEL) Germany

    JUNE 20-21, 2008 OTTAWA, ONTARIO SCOTIABANK PLACE

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2007-08 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH 3 (from TBL) 62 Justin Daniels Center Kent School (HS) United States

    4 (from TBL) 92 Samuel Groulx Defense Montreal (QMJHL) Canada

    4 (from NSH) 106 Harri Sateri Goaltender Tampere (FNL) Finland

    5 (from MTL) 146 Julien Demers Defense Ottawa (OHL) Canada

    6 177 Tommy Wingels Center Miami U. (CCHA) United States

    7 (from NYI) 186 Jason Demers Defense Victoriaville (QMJHL) Canada

    7 (from BUF) 194 Drew Daniels Right Wing Kent School (HS) United States

    JUNE 22-23 2007 COLUMBUS, OHIO NATIONWIDE ARENA ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2006-07 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 (from STL) 9 Logan Couture Center Ottawa (OHL) Canada

    1 (from WSH) 28 Nick Petrecki Defense Omaha (USHL) United States

    3 83 Timo Pielmeier Goaltender Koln-Jr. (DEL Jr.) Germany

    3 (from COL) 91 Tyson Sexsmith Goaltender Vancouver (WHL) Canada

    6 (from COL) 165 Patrik Zackrisson Left Wing Rogle (SWE-1) Sweden

    6 173 Nick Bonino Center Avon Old Farms (HS) United States

    7 (from PIT) 201 Justin Braun Defense U-Mass Amherst (HE) United States

    7 203 Frazer McLaren Left Wing Portland (WHL) Canada

    JUNE 24, 2006 VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA GENERAL MOTORS PLACE

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2005-06 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 (from MTL) 16 Ty Wishart Defense Prince George (WHL) Canada

    2 (from CBJ) 36 Jamie McGinn Left Wing Ottawa (OHL) Canada

    4 (from NYI) 98 James DeLory Defense Oshawa (OHL) Canada

    5 143 Ashton Rome Right Wing Kamloops/Red Deer (WHL) Canada

    7 202 John McCarthy Left Wing Boston University United States

    7 (from TB) 203 Jay Barriball Left Wing Sioux Falls (USHL) United States

  • JUNE 30, 2005 OTTAWA, ONTARIO SHERATON HOTEL AND TOWERS

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2004-05 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 (from ATL) 8 Devin Setoguchi Right Wing Saskatoon (WHL) Canada

    2 (from CGY) 35 Marc-Edouard Vlasic Defense Quebec (OMJHL) Canada

    4 112 Alex Stalock Goaltender Cedar Rapids (USHL) United States 5 140 Taylor Dakers Goaltender Kootenay (WHL) Canada

    5 149 Derek Joslin Defense Ottawa (OHL) Canada

    5 (from TB) 162 Paul (P.J.) Fenton Forward U-Mass Amherst (HE) United States

    6 183 William Colbert Defense Ottawa (OHL) Canada

    6 (from ANA) 193 Tony Lucia Left Wing Wayzata (USHSW) United States

    JUNE 26-27, 2004 RALEIGH, N.C. RBC CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2003-04 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH 1 (from DAL) 22 Lukas Kaspar Right Wing Litvinov (Czech) Czech Republic

    3 (from BOS) 94 Thomas Greiss Goaltender Kolner Haie (Germany) Germany

    4 (from BOS) 126 Torrey Mitchell Center Hotchkiss Prep. (USHSE) Canada

    4 (from BOS) 129 Jason Churchill Goaltender Halifax (QMJHL) Canada

    5 (from DAL) 153 Steven Zalewski Center Northwood Prep (USHSE) United States

    7 (from FLA) 201 Michael Vernace Defenseman Brampton (OHL) Canada

    7 225 David MacDonald Defenseman New England (EJHL) United States

    8 (from FLA) 234 Derek MacIntyre Goaltender Soo (NAHL) United States

    9 (from BOS) 288 Brian Mahoney-Wilson Goaltender Catholic Memorial (USHSE) United States 9 289 Christian Jensen Defenseman New Jersey Jr. (Indep. Jr.) United States

    JUNE 21-22, 2003 NASHVILLE, TENN. GAYLORD ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2002-03 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 6 Milan Michalek Right Wing Budejovice (Czech) Czech Republic

    1 (from BOS) 16 Steve Bernier Right Wing Moncton (QMJHL) Canada

    2 (from NYR) 43 Joshua Hennessy Center Quebec (QMJHL) Canada

    2 (from CGY) 47 Matthew Carle Defenseman River City (USHL) United States 5 (from PIT) 139 Patrick Ehelechner Goaltender Hannover (Germany) Germany

    7 (from FLA) 201 Jonathan Tremblay Right Wing Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) Canada

    7 (from PHI) 205 Joe Pavelski Center Waterloo (USHL) United States

    7 216 Kai Hospelt Center Kolner Haie (Germany) German

    8 236 Alexander Hult Center HV 71 Jonkoping (Sweden) Sweden

    9 267 Brian OHanley Defenseman BC High School (USHSE) United States

    9 (from CHI) 276 Carter Lee Right Wing Canterbury (USHSE) United States

    JUNE 22-23, 2002 TORONTO, ONTARIO AIR CANADA CENTRE

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2001-02 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 27 Mike Morris Right Wing St. Sebastians (USHS) United States

    2 (from TB) 52 Dan Spang Defense Winchester (USHS) United States

    3 (from CHI) 86 Jonas Fiedler Right Wing Plymouth (OHL) Czech Republic

    5 139 Kris Newbury Center Sarnia (OHL) Canada

    5 163 Tom Walsh Defense Deerfield Academy (USHS) United States

    7 (from ATL) 217 Tim Conboy Defense Topeka (USHL) United States 9 288 Michael Hutchins Defense Des Moines (USHL) United States

    JUNE 23-24, 2001 SUNRISE, FLA. NATIONAL CAR RENTAL CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 2000-01 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 20 Marcel Goc Center Schwennigen (German) Germany

    4 (from CHI) 106 Christian Ehrhoff Defense Krefeld (German) Germany

    4 (from NYR) 107 Dimitri Patzold Goaltender Erding (German) Kazakhstan

    5 (from BUF) 140 Tomas Plihal Center Liberec Jr. (Czech Jr.) Czech Republic 6 (comp. Norton) 175 Ryane Clowe Right Wing Rimouski (QMJHL) Canada

    6 (from VAN) 182 Tom Cavanagh Left Wing Phillips-Exeter HS United States

    JUNE 24-25, 2000 CALGARY, ALBERTA THE SADDLEDOME

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1999-00 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    2 (from CHI) 41 Tero Mtt Defense Jokerit Jr. (Finland) Finland

    4 (from NYR) 104 Jon DiSalvatore Right Wing Providence College (HE) United States

    5 (from CHI) 142 Michal Pinc Left Wing Rouyn Noranda (QMJHL) Czech Republic 5 (from DET) 166 Nolan Schaefer Goaltender Providence College (Hockey East) Canada

    6 183 Michal Macho Center Martin (Slovakia Jr.) Slovakia

    8 246 Chad Wiseman Left Wing Mississauga (OHL) Canada

    8 (from WSH) 256 Pasi Saarinen Defense Ilves (Finland) Finland

    JUNE 26, 1999 BOSTON, MASS. THE FLEET CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1998-99 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 14 Jeff Jillson Defense Univ. of Michigan (CCHA) United States 3 82 Marc Concannon Left Wing Winchedon High School United States

    4 111 Willie Levesque Right Wing Northeastern University (HE) United States

    5 (from NJ) 155 Niko Dimitrakos Right Wing University of Maine (HE) United States

    8 229 Eric Betournay Center Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) Canada

    8 (from OTT) 241 Doug Murray Defense Applecore (EJHL) Sweden

    9 257 Hannes Hyvonen Right Wing Espoo (Finland) Finland

  • JUNE 27, 1998 BUFFALO, N.Y. MARINE MIDLAND ARENA

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1997-98 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 (from NSH) 3 Brad Stuart Defense Regina (WHL) Canada

    2 (from NSH) 29 Jonathan Cheechoo Right Wing Belleville (OHL) Canada

    3 (comp. Belfour) 65 Eric LaPlante Left Wing Halifax (QMJHL) Canada 4 98 Rob Davison Defense North Bay (OHL) Canada

    4 (from BUF) 104 Miroslav Zalesak Right Wing HC Nitra (Slovakia) Slovakia

    5 127 Brandon Coalter Left Wing Oshawa (OHL) Canada

    5 (from DAL) 145 Mikael Samuelsson Right Wing Sodertalje (Sweden) Sweden

    7 185 Robert Mulick Defense Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) Canada

    8 212 Jim Fahey Defense Catholic Memorial (USHSE) United States

    JUNE 21, 1997 PITTSBURGH, PA. PITTSBURGH CIVIC ARENA ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1996-97 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 2 Patrick Marleau Center Seattle (WHL) Canada

    1 (from CAR) 23 Scott Hannan Defense Kelowna (WHL) Canada

    4 (from SJ-NYR) 82 Adam Colagiacomo Right Wing London/Oshawa (OHL) Canada

    5 (from BOS) 107 Adam Nittel Right Wing Erie (OHL) Canada

    7 163 Joe Dusbabek Right Wing Notre Dame (CCHA) United States

    8 192 Cam Severson Left Wing Lethbridge/Prince Albert (WHL) Canada

    9 219 Mark Smith Center Lethbridge Canada

    JUNE 22, 1996 ST. LOUIS, MO. KIEL CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1995-96 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 2 Andrei Zyuzin Defense Salavat Yulayev (Russia) Russia

    1 (from CHI) 21 Marco Sturm Center/LW Landshut (Germany) Germany

    3 55 Terry Friesen Goaltender Swift Current (WHL) Canada

    4 102 Matt Bradley Right Wing Kingston (OHL) Canada

    6 137 Michel Larocque Goaltender Boston University (HE) Canada 7 164 Jake Deadmarsh Defense Kamloops (WHL) Canada

    8 191 Cory Cyrenne Center Brandon (WHL) Canada

    9 217 David Thibault Left Wing Drummondville (QMJHL) Canada

    JULY 8, 1995 EDMONTON, ALBERTA EDMONTON COLISEUM

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1994-95 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 12 Teemu Riihijarvi Right Wing Kiekko-Espoo Jrs. (Finland) Finland

    2 38 Peter Roed Center White Bear Lake (HS) United States 3 64 Marko Makinen Right Wing TPS Jrs. (Finland) Finland

    4 90 Vesa Toskala Goaltender Ilves Jrs. (Finland) Finland

    5 116 Miikka Kiprusoff Goaltender TPS Jrs. (Finland) Finland

    5 (from DET) 130 Michal Bros Center Olomouc Jrs. (Czech) Czech Republic

    6 (from FLA) 140 Timo Hakanen Center Assat Jrs. (Finland) Finland

    6 142 Jaroslav Kudrna Left Wing Penticton (BCJHL) Czech Republic

    7 (from DAL) 167 Brad Mehalko Right Wing Lethbridge (WHL) Canada

    7 168 Robert Jindrich Defense Plezn (Czech) Czech Republic 8 194 Ryan Kraft Center Minnesota (WCHA) United States

    9 220 Mikko Markkanen Right Wing TPS Jrs. (Finland) Finland

    JUNE 28-29, 1994 HARTFORD, CONN. HARTFORD CIVIC CENTER

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1993-94 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 11 Jeff Friesen Left Wing Regina (WHL) Canada

    2 37 Angel Nikolov Defense Litvinov (Czech) Czech Republic

    3 66 Alexei Yegorov Center SKA St. Petersburg (CIS) Russia 4 89 Vaclav Varada Left Wing Vitkovice (Czech) Czech Republic

    5 115 Brian Swanson Center Omaha (USHL) United States

    6 141 Alexander Korolyuk Center Soviet Wings (CIS) Russia

    7 167 Sergei Gorbachev Right Wing Dynamo Moscow (CIS) Russia

    8 193 Eric Landry Right Wing Guelph (OHL) Canada

    9 219 Evgeni Nabokov Goaltender Torpedo UST Kamenogorsk (CIS) Kazakhstan

    10 240 Tomas Pisa Left Wing Pardubice Jrs. (Czech) Czech Republic

    10 245 Aniket Dhadphale Left Wing Marquette Electricians (AAA) United States 11 271 David Beauregard Left Wing St. Hyacinthe (QMJHL) Canada

    JUNE 26, 1993 QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC LE COLISE

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1992-93 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 6 Viktor Kozlov Left Wing Dynamo Moscow (CIS) Russia

    2 28 Shean Donovan Right Wing Ottawa (OHL) Canada

    2 (from HFD) 45 Vlastimil Kroupa Defense Litvinov (Czech) Czech Republic

    3 58 Ville Peltonen Left Wing IFK Helsinki (Finland) Finland 4 80 Alexander Osadchy Defense CSKA Moscow (CIS) Ukraine

    5 106 Andrei Buschan Defense Sokol Kiev (CIS) Ukraine

    6 132 Petri Varis Center sst Pori (Finland) Finland

    6 154 Fredrik Oduya Defense Ottawa (OHL) Sweden

    7 158 Anatoli Filatov Right Wing Torpedo UST-Kamenogorsk (CIS) Kazakhstan

    8 184 Todd Holt Right Wing Swift Current (WHL) Canada

    9 210 Jonas Forsberg Goaltender Djurgarden Jrs. (Sweden) Sweden

    10 236 Jeff Salajko Goaltender Ottawa (OHL) Canada 11 262 Jamie Matthews Center Sudbury (OHL) Canada

  • JUNE 20, 1992 MONTREAL, QUEBEC MONTREAL FORUM

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1991-92 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 3 Mike Rathje Defense Medicine Hat (WHL) Canada

    1 (from MIN) 10 Andrei Nazarov Left Wing Dynamo Moscow (CIS) Russia

    3 51 Alexander Cherbayev Left Wing Khimik Voskresensk (CIS) Russia 4 75 Jan Caloun Right Wing Litvinov (Czech) Czech Republic

    5 99 Marcus Ragnarsson Defense Djurgarden (Sweden) Sweden

    6 123 Michal Sykora Defense Tacoma (WHL) Czech Republic

    7 147 Eric Bellerose Right Wing Trois-Riviers (QMJHL) Canada

    8 171 Ryan Smith Defense Brandon (WHL) Canada

    9 195 Chris Burns Goaltender Thunder Bay (USHL) Canada

    10 219 Alexandr Kholomeyev Left Wing Izhorets (CIS) Russia

    11 243 Victor Ignatjev Defense Riga Hockey Club (CIS) Latvia

    JUNE 22, 1991 BUFFALO, N.Y. MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

    ROUND OVERALL NAME POSITION 1990-91 CLUB (LEAGUE) COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    1 2 Pat Falloon Right Wing Spokane (WHL) Canada

    2 23 Ray Whitney Center Spokane (WHL) Canada

    2 (from MIN) 30 Sandis Ozolinsh Defense Dynamo Riga (Soviet Elite) Latvia

    3 45 Dody Wood Center Seattle (WHL) Canada

    4 67 Kerry Toporowski Defense Spokane (WHL) Canada 5 89 Dan Ryder Goaltender Sudbury (OHL) Canada

    6 111 Fredrick Nilsson Center Vasteras (Sweden) Sweden

    7 133 Jaroslav Otevrel Left Wing Zlin (Czech) Czech Republic

    8 155 Dean Grillo Right Wing Warroad, Minn. (H.S.) United States

    9 177 Corwin Saurdiff Goaltender Waterloo (USHL) United States

    10 199 Dale Craigwell Center Oshawa (OHL) Canada

    11 221 Aaron Kriss Defense Cranbrook, Mich. (H.S.) United States

    12 243 Mikhail Kravets Right Wing SKA Leningrad (Soviet Elite) Russia

  • SHARKS 2015-16 PROSPECT LIST as of 6/23/16 LEFT WING HT WT S BORN BIRTHPLACE 2015-16 TEAM LGE GP G A PTS PIM ACQ

    Rudolfs Balcers 5-11 165 L 4/8/97 Liepaja, Latvia Stavanger Oilers GET 43 15 9 24 16 ED/15

    Latvia WJCA 5 1 1 2 0

    Emil Galimov 6-1 185 L 5/9/92 Nizhnekamsk, Russia Yaroslavl Lokomotiv KHL 49 9 14 23 52 ED/13

    Nikolay Goldobin 5-10 185 L 10/7/95 Moscow, Russia San Jose NHL 9 1 1 2 0 ED/14

    San Jose AHL 60 21 23 44 18

    Adam Helewka San Jose AHL 3 0 1 1 0 ED/15

    Spokane WHL 19 16 13 29 23

    Red Deer WHL 34 26 19 45 34

    Nikita Jevpalovs 6-1 210 R 9/9/94 Riga, Latvia San Jose AHL 60 5 9 14 12 FA/15

    Allen ECHL 5 1 5 6 2

    Bryan Lerg 5-10 175 L 1/20/86 Livonia, Michigan San Jose NHL 6 0 0 0 0 FA/14

    San Jose AHL 64 21 30 51 37

    Jon Martin 6-2 220 R 8/23/95 Winnipeg, Manitoba Swift Current WHL 66 38 31 69 74 FA/16

    San Jose AHL 8 0 0 0 2

    John McCarthy 6-1 195 L 8/9/86 Boston, Massachusetts San Jose NHL 1 0 0 0 0 ED/14

    Frazer McLaren 6-5 230 L 10/29/87 Winnipeg, Manitoba San Jose AHL 14 0 0 0 23 FA/15

    Jeremy Morin 6-1 190 R 4/16/91 Auburn, New York Rockford AHL 28 9 13 22 24 TR/16

    Toronto AHL 13 2 4 6 8

    San Jose AHL 18 5 9 14 12

    Marcus Sorensen 5-11 70 L 4/7/92 Sodertalje, Sweden Djurgardens SHL 47 15 19 34 6 FA/16

    CENTER HT WT S BORN BIRTHPLACE 2015-16 TEAM LGE GP G A P PIM ACQ

    Colin Blackwell 5-9 190 R 3/28/93 Lawrence, Massachusetts Harvard ECAC 28 6 13 19 12 ED/11

    Ryan Carpenter 6-0 190 R 1/18/91 Oviedo, Florida San Jose NHL 1 0 0 0 0 FA/14

    San Jose AHL 66 18 37 55 33

    Rourke Chartier 5-10 190 L 4/2/96 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Kelowna WHL 42 25 21 46 16 ED/14

    Canada WJC 5 0 2 2 2

    Cody Ferriero 5-11 195 R 12/19/91 Boston, Massachusetts Rapid City ECHL 31 11 14 25 56 ED/10

    Utah ECHL 8 2 3 5 14

    Jake Jackson 5-11 190 L 12/5/94 Oakdale, Minnesota Michigan Tech WCHA 11 0 1 1 17 ED/13

    Danny O'Regan 5-9 175 R 1/30/94 Berlin, Germany Boston University H-East 39 17 27 44 16 ED/12

    Daniil Tarasov 6-0 185 L 6/20/91 Moscow, Russia Dynamo Moscow KHL 37 4 4 8 14 FA/13

    Marcus Vela 6-2 200 L 12/21/95 Ste-Catherine, Quebec New Hampshire H-East 37 7 9 16 24 ED/15

    RIGHT WING HT WT S BORN BIRTHPLACE 2015-16 LGE GP G A P PIM ACQ

    Chris Crane 6'1 190 R 12/2/91 West Chester, Ohio San Jose AHL 9 0 2 2 4 ED/10

    Allen ECHL 41 21 17 38 22

    Barclay Goodrow 6-2 215 L 2/26/93 Toronto, Ontario San Jose NHL 14 0 3 3 16 FA/14

    San Jose AHL 57 20 19 39 43

    Kevin Labanc 5-10 185 R 12/12/95 Brooklyn, New York Barrie OHL 65 39 88 127 70 ED/14

    Jeremy Langlois 5-10 175 R 6/20/90 Tempe, Arizona San Jose AHL 68 12 22 34 26 FA/14

    Timo Meier 6-1 210 L 10/8/96 Herisau, Switzerland Halifax QMJHL 23 11 25 36 22 ED/15

    Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL 29 23 28 51 24

    Switzerland WJC 6 2 3 5 4

    Noah Rod 5-10 185 L 6/7/96 La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland Geneve-Servette SWISS 44 7 9 16 12 ED/14

    Switzerland WJC 6 4 2 6 6

    Alex Schoenborn 6-0 200 R 12/12/95 Minot, North Dakota Portland WHL 67 27 30 63 80 ED/14

    DEFENSE HT WT S BORN BIRTHPLACE 2015-16 LGE GP G A P PIM ACQ

    Gage Ausmus 6-1 210 L 4/22/95 East Grand Forks, Minnesota North Dakota NCHC 42 0 11 11 33 ED/13

    Julius Bergman 6-1 190 R 11/2/95 Stockholm, Sweden San Jose AHL 60 3 8 11 40 ED/14

    Michael Brodzinski 5-11 195 R 5/28/95 Ham Lake, Minnesota San Jose AHL 6 0 0 0 6 ED/13

    Minnesota Big Ten 37 8 13 21 34

    Karlis Cukste 6-2 205 L 6/17/97 Riga, Latvia Chicago USHL 44 4 11 15 10 ED/15

    Latvia WJCA 5 0 3 3 6

    Cavan Fitzgerald 6-1 195 R 8/23/96 Boston, Massachusetts Halifax QMJHL 39 10 19 29 25 FA/15

    Shawinigan QMJHL 28 5 14 19 21

    Tim Heed 5-11 175 R 1/27/91 Goteborg, Sweden Skelleftea SHL 52 8 15 23 6 FA/16

    Patrick McNally 6-2 205 L 12/4/91 Glen Head, New York San Jose AHL 35 1 2 3 17 TR/15

    Mirco Mueller 6-3 205 L 3/21/95 Winterthur, Switzerland San Jose NHL 11 0 0 0 7 ED/13

    San Jose AHL 50 1 10 11 35

    Adam Parsells 6-5 190 L 1/3/97 Wausau, Wisconsin Chicago USHL 53 3 9 12 12 ED/15

    Jeremy Roy 6-0 190 R 5/4/97 Richelieu, Quebec Sherbrooke QMJHL 45 6 28 34 27 ED/15

    Joakim Ryan 5-11 185 L 6/17/93 Rumson, New Jersey San Jose AHL 66 2 26 28 26 ED/12

    Karl Stollery 5-11 180 L 11/21/87 Camrose, Alberta San Jose AHL 67 6 18 24 65 TR/15

    Cliff Watson 6-2 185 L 12/21/93 Sheboygan, Wisconsin Michigan Tech WCHA 37 2 8 10 53 ED/12 GOALTENDER HT WT C BORN BIRTHPLACE 2014-15 TEAM LGE GP MIN GAA W-L-O SO SV% ACQ

    Mantas Armalis 6-4 195 L 9/6/92 Plunge, Lithuania Djurgardens SHL 34 1986 2.42 16-16-2 2 .918 FA/16

    Fredrik Bergvik 6-1 175 L 2/14/95 Stockholm, Sweden Allvenskan Mora IK 5 258 3.72 0-4-0 0 .849 ED/13

    HockeyEtta Tranas 4 1.94 .922

    Aaron Dell 6-0 200 L 5/4/89 Airdrie, Alberta San Jose AHL 40 2281 2.42 17-16-1 4 .922 FA/15

    Troy Grosenick 6-1 185 L 8/27/89 Brookfield, Wisconsin San Jose AHL 28 1574 3.16 11-10-2 0 .894 FA/13

    Jake Kupsky 6-5 210 L 10/27/95 Waukeshaw, Wisconsin Union ECAC 10 449 3.20 2-3-1 0 .891 ED/13

    Mike Robinson 6-3 195 L 3/27/97 Bedford, New Hampshire Boston Junior Bruins EHL 16 667 2.97 7-5-0 0 .910 ED/15

    Joel Rumpel 6-5 220 L 3/14/91 Swift Current, Saskatchewan San Jose AHL 2 119 2.51 1-0-1 0 .881 FA/15

    Allen ECHL 39 2135 2.81 21-11-4 2 .907

    Harri Sateri 6-1 205 L 12/29/89 Toijala, Finland Vityaz Podosk KHL 45 2564 2.43 15-23-6 4 .929 ED/08 Acquired: ED/YR= Entry Draft/Year Drafted

    FA/YR= Free Agent/Year Signed TR/YR= Through Trade/Year Acquired WA/YR=Via Waivers/Year Acquired

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