Off the Charts Draft Series: Grading the Sharks' 2019 draft

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Off the Charts Draft Series: Grading the Sharks' 2019 draft
Off the Charts Draft Series: Grading the Sharks' 2019 draft

After a topsy-turvy second day at the 2019 National Hockey League (NHL) Entry Draft, the San Jose Sharks are now five prospects deeper. The team traded back three times (if you consider trading a current pick for a pick in next year's draft a trade back) and traded up three times (if you count the trade that included Tom Pyatt and Francis Perron as trading up). At a glance, the team's draft was, well ... weird, is maybe the best way to put it. Before we grade each pick, here's a look at the team's 2019 selections, thanks to HockeyDB. To grade a draft class, we need to first establish player rankings. We'll use Blue Bullet Brad's top 100 players to begin with. He starts with aggregated rankings

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