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  1. San Jose Sharks Saros Francouz Dumoulin - Weegar Skjei - Čerňák Byram - Holl Kulikov - Gudas Pacioretty - Erikson Ek - Hintz Burakovsky - Kotkaniemi - Tuch Foligno - Kampf - Coleman Kuraly - Cizikas - Trenin Khaira
  2. Big thanks to our commissioners for your dedicated work! Also, thanks to all GMs who made sure the draft kept going at a nice pace! I must also say kudos to your picks! Some surprising names who I am looking forward to see if called today in the real draft. PS: Also, my opinion is this year´s format worked well and we have been done in less than a week. Me, personally, I like it! Welcome the 2021 NHL draft class to the Shark territory!
  3. With the 160th overall pick in the 2021 NHL Draft the San Jose Sharks select Jakub Brabenec.
  4. With the 121st pick overall in the 2021 NHL Draft the San Jose Sharks select Kalle Ervasti. Next to pick is @Nail.
  5. The San Jose Sharks in the 2021 NHL Draft with the 106th pick overall select Sean Tschigerl. @Peachman32 is up.
  6. pick 73 Minnesota - skipped pick 74 Tampa Bay - Devon Levi The San Jose Sharks in the 2021 NHL Draft with the 75th overall pick select Victor Stjernborg. @inane is up.
  7. The San Jose Sharks select in the 2021 NHL Draft as 11th overall pick Matthew Coronato.
  8. First of all, thank you all for your congratulations! This league is so good, awesome commissioners, active and knowledgeable GMs! That´s also why Sharks are so humble and happy to win it! As I mentioned on discord we needed some luck this year. If Boston or NY Islanders are in "our" conference we are not making aggressive trades before the deadline (they too strong!). There are up and rising teams in the West right now though and it was fun to battle it out this year in all rounds against Colorado, Los Angeles, Ottawa and finally Boston. We are excited to battle again next season, I feel like more contenders are coming! Lastly, Blake Coleman is my hero. Also thanks to NY Rangers for giving us few more final games of experience out of Tyler Johnson! It is so funny to win the league and have almost nobody to talk to about it and to celebrate with. My girlfriend told me "congratulations", though. She usually gets mad when I talk about my fantasy team. I am telling her "Love, I have 6 million to spend below of my budget of 81.5 million, I need an advice." She goes: "What? You have 81.5 million and you are giving me nothing?!" Followed by announced trades we made (Erik Čerňák, welcome to the San Jose!) this is our list of protected players for the expansion draft: G Juuse Saros D Erik Čerňák D Justin Holl D MacKenzie Weegar F Andre Burakovsky F Blake Coleman F Joel Eriksson Ek F Roope Hintz F Jesperi Kotkaniemi F Nino Niederreiter F Alex Tuch Hey, Seattle, take your time, we are mentally ready to have one of our good player being stolen by you. Good luck in your inaugural season!
  9. Sharks will not resign following players: Jaroslav Halák, G David Bernhardt, D Riley Nash, C Cody McLeod, LW Matthew Filipe, LW
  10. Unfortunatelly it seems like forwards would benefit even more by having shots on goal multiplied by .25! Top 14 skaters in shots on goal leaderboard are forwards and only 3 Ds are in top 42. :/
  11. I believe the changes made are mostly for good! Some feedback for impact on my team: INFO ONE Weak team plus minus players average now 12 PTS more Strong team plus minus players average now 2.5 PTS more Removing plus minus is good! INFO TWO My forwards average now 6.1 PTS more My defenders average now 3.7 PTS more My goalies average now 0 PTS more The changes benefit forwards overall (I guess added stats are more likely being accumulated by them). So I reviewed an overall balance among positions as a last step. INFO THREE Share of players by position out of top 800 scoring players is: 8.5% of goalies, 32.4% of defenders and 59.1% of forwards. These are shares by position if we rank players: Top 100: 8% - 19% - 73% (goalies - defenders - forwards) 101-200: 11% - 34% - 55% 201-300: 9% - 29% - 62% 301-400: 7% - 35% - 58% 401-500: 11% - 34% - 55% 501-600: 9% - 29% - 62% 601-700: 10% - 37% - 53% 701-800: 3% - 42% - 55% Goalies seem to be quite evenly distributed. Forwards occupy too many spots in Top 100 with 7 being at the very top. Only 2 defenders made it to top 29! GWG, SHP, OG are all stats benefiting forwards in my view (newly added PD might as well). Or shall we search for ways how to support D more? Just a small change might be needed. What do you guys think?
  12. San Jose Sharks Jaroslav Halák Juuse Saros Pavel Francouz (IR) MacKenzie Weegar - Justin Holl Brady Skjei - Radko Gudas Dmitri Kulikov - Brian Dumoulin Travis Dermott Michal Kempný (IR) Max Pacioretty - Pierre-Luc Dubois - Andre Burakovsky Nino Niederreiter - Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Tyler Johnson Roope Hintz - Joel Eriksson Ek - Alex Tuch Casey Cizikas - Blake Coleman - Craig Smith Sean Kuraly - Jujhar Khaira Riley Nash (IR)
  13. It is that time of year (hopefully even in this weird year) that we can be proud of our prospects for going to the WJC! Woooo! We should also not forget about those who are eligible to go but failed to impress. Shout out to my group of shames, namely: Donovan Sebrango, Alex Campbell, Jake Neighbours, Tristen Robins (all CAN), Alexander Pashin (RUS), Domenick Fensore, Jayden Struble, Wyatt Kaiser, Eamon Powell (all USA), Joni Jurmo (FIN) Total of ten prospects speak about inability of Puck´s Sharks GM. GM pmalina was asked about this but refused to put himself in a hot seat: "In my job I follow the best of the best in the NHL. We look at rankings, predict what NHL GMs will do at draft table. All of these kids were drafted in a real life. All of them! And that´s what matters. We did good! And so if these guys appear to be busts now, fine but don´t blame me."
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