Discussion in 'San Jose Sharks' started by Fistfullofbeer, May 11, 2020.
Sharks Sign Forward Timur Ibragimov
AHL depth dude!
Sharks are loading up on AHL forwards here jeez.
Oh wow. I thought he would be in the KHL for a few more years.
Welcome to team teal, Timur!! Congratulations!
IMHO the NHL has a better financial position going forward than KHL. That might be a big part of decision.
Talk about a signing out of the blue.
He was also a part of the most stacked KHL org. Likely he would have never been given a chance with them
Dunno if that would really be the case. I feel like they would've left him in the MHL if that were the case but they saw enough to elevate him to the VHL early.
I liked his tool's, from what little video was available of him last draft.
Here is some video of him from almost a year ago...
Makes a nice pass, and then scores on a rebound starting at 2:11.
Fair enough. We also have two of his friends and former teammates on the cuda now with Knhyz and Melni
Even in Russia people don’t know much about him. And he definetly wouldn’t get a chance to play is SKA, no roster spot for him, only in VHL (Russian AHL). Let’s see.
With all these SKA guys in the system now, hope that means Marat Khusnutdinov is high on our draft radar…kids been rising up the rankings fast it seems.
Didn't his MHL numbers translate to a 10 points/year player?
if Dug somehow gets this guy in the second round I will be so so happy!!
He played just 10:45 per game in VHL. And had 56 shots in 35 games. I think it’s not bad for rookie season.
In MHL (Russian junior league) he had 7 points in 7 games. It’s also not bad.
And yes, he is player for bottom-6, workhorse
Fire DW. Just cuz.
Ermahgerd, it's Timur Tirme
Timur loaned to TPS (Finland).
TPS kiinnitti venäläishyökkääjä Timur Ibragimovin
Yup. The sharks like to loan guys out there to get men’s league experience. They have some kind of scout/evaluator who also works for TPS and can report back to the sharks
Tomi Kallio at eliteprospects.com
One important note on these prospects signing for Europe (from any club), as things stand now leagues in Europe are going to start normally (in terms of schedule, there might be restrictions on attendance), while it seems to be pretty unclear when the AHL for an example, let alone university/junior leagues are going to start over there.
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