San Jose Sharks Number 3 Prospect

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  1. hohosaregood

    hohosaregood Banned

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    We should finish this off and we're all bored.


    1. Joshua Norris 9(30.61%)
    2. Jeremy Roy 14(29.17%)
     
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    Voted for Ryan. Also like Ferraro.

    Overall not too thrilled with the lack of obviously impactful players. We need some high-end talent in our pipeline. We have plenty of mid-level talent. Other than tanking, how can we get that high-end talent? Trade?
     
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    spintheblackcircle ...so that happened.

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    They just finished the top 20 Blue Jacket prospects and this list is so feeble in comparison.
     
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    Yeah, this list is pretty terrible. ESPN ranked us #30 out of 31 teams (Penguins were last). This may actually be generous. :-(
     
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    We could start by drafting less players with high floors/low ceilings and draft more boom/bust prospects. Less Norris prospects and more Yamamoto kinds. Not saying Yamamoto will succeed, but I'd rather take that risk than getting a more than likely bottom six player.
     
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    Lebanezer I'unno? Coast Guard?

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    Add DeSimone to the next one.
     
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    Yep. But the sharks seemed pleased with how many of their picks make the big show, ie those infographics that used to go around showing avg draft # and nhl played games. My take is its just a lot of mediocrity.
     
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    IMO we've had worse. The group we have right now isn't flashy but it's all pretty solid potential. Which is like a huge step up from the no potential years.

    However, DW hasn't really drafted a franchise caliber player in a long long time and he's never done it on purpose.
     
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    Agreed. How soon people forget when Brandon Mashinter & Ben Ferrio were top sharks prospects.

    I went with Gambrell.
     
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    SwolePatrol Eberle=Clutch

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    Also went with Gambrell

    Could be a mid 6 winger
     
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    Gambrell hype is sweeping the nation
     
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    I was pretty close to picking Gambrell, especially seeing how I picked him last time. Then Joakim envy hit.
     

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