NHL Draft 2019: Sharks select Dillon Hamaliuk in second round

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NHL Draft 2019: Sharks select Dillon Hamaliuk in second round
NHL Draft 2019: Sharks select Dillon Hamaliuk in second round

The San Jose Sharks trade picks 82 and 91 to the New Jersey Devils for pick 55. At 55, they select Dillon Hamaliuk, a 6-foot-3 winger from the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League (WHL). Hamaliuk was ranked anywhere from 48 to 153, depending on the scouting service, but his average rank value put him around 87 overall. This pick is a reach in that capacity. However, we know teams, on average, can exceed the Central Scouting ranks' expected career value by differing from the service's rankings. Hamaliuk played just 31 games this season after suffering a season-ending injury in December. In those 31 healthy games, he scored 11 goals and added 15 assists for 26 total points. His estimated

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