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Harry Potter


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14.06.2003 12:52
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SAN JOSE MERCURY-NEWS: David Pollak and Victor Chi reports the Sharks new general manager, Doug Wilson, is intent on bringing in much-needed toughness to his roster for next season. Wilson cited the season-ending concussion suffered by defenceman Brad Stuart after being sucker-punched by Columbus tough guy Jody Shelley as justification. Wilson added he's also in the market for a "top-six forward" and may part with some picks in this year's draft for the right player.

Spector's Note: Donald Brashear or Sandy McCarthy could be what Wilson's looking for if they become available in this summer's free agent market. Brad May is another who could be of interest to him.




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15.06.2003 17:26
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Nenene wir hatten doch schon einen SJ Thread...

Editiert 16.06.: Vorhandenen Thread geschlossenen...

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17.06.2003 12:27
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Teemu Selanne will probably have teams from the Eastern Conference interested in him, although he'd prefer to sign with his old club, the Anaheim Mighty Ducks. The CBA will be a factor here as the Ducks won't want to commit long-term, and they'll be other clubs willing to pitch him a one-year deal.

Spector's Note: Don't rule out the possibility of Selanne taking less money on a one-year deal to return to Anaheim.



glaub ich auch kaum,dass er von den sharks weggeht, um dann doch nen ein jahresvertrag zu bekommen, wo er dann auch noch weniger verdient


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22.06.2003 12:58
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Was die Sharks in den ersten 3 Runden gedraftet haben war net grad gut.....





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22.06.2003 15:21
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San Jose Signs Erhoff & Patzold

San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has signed defenseman Christian Ehrhoff (AYR-hahf) and goaltender Dimitri Patzold. In keeping with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Last season, Ehrhoff, 20, posted 27 points (10 goals, 17 assists) in 48 games with the Krefeld Penguins of the German Elite League (DEL). In addition, he ranked first on the team in plus/minus (+14). In the DEL playoffs, Ehrhoff tallied nine points (three goals, six assists) in seven postseason games, helping his club capture the League Championship.

Ehrhoff appeared in all seven games with Team Germany at the World Championships from April 26-May 11 in Finland and led all team defensemen and tied for first overall on his in shots (21), helping team Germany to a quarterfinal berth in tournament.

The six-foot-two, 185-pound native of Moers, Germany was originally selected by San Jose in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft (4th round, 106th overall).

Last season, Patzold set a career-low in goals-against average (2.57) over 15 games with Adler Mannheim of the German Elite League (DEL). In addition, he helped the Eagles capture the German Cup Championship.

Patzold, 20, also backstopped Team Germany at the 2002-03 World Junior Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The five-foot-eleven, 175-pound native of Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan was originally selected by San Jose in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft (4th round, 107th overall).

http://www.sjsharks.com/sharks/news/20030622-1056265225.htm



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22.06.2003 15:24
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keeping with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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22.06.2003 15:25
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Ich denke mal,dass Ehrhoff seine Chance bekommt, aber Pätzold nicht, er wird denk ich ma in der ECHL oder AHL spielen, denn die Sharks haben mit Nabby und Kipper zweit gute Goalies und dann kommt noch Toskala. Da wird er keine grosse Chance haben.
Denke wird auf Back-Up in der AHL rauslaufen, aber wenn er sich beweist,vielleicht in ein paar jahren die Chance Back-Up hinter Nabokov zu werden.



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22.06.2003 15:26
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Sharks Conclude Day One

On Saturday evening, the Sharks packed up and left their draft table feeling better about their day that they expected. In a day that included free agent signings, trades and astute draft picks the Sharks showed once again that they enter the draft as prepared as any team in the league.

Before the draft even started, the Sharks brought a familiar face back into the fold when Alexander Korolyuk agreed to terms on a two-year contract.

"This is a very good fit for us," said Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manger Doug Wilson. "He will bring something to the table that we have been looking for and we are happy to have him back in San Jose."

San Jose also added a proven NHLer to the mix when they traded away their second pick in the fifth round (163) to the Colorado Avalanche for tough right winger Scott Parker.

"With Parker, we get a physical presence and a guy coming from a winning environment," said Wilson.

Then in the first round of the draft, with their sixth overall selection, the San Jose Sharks selected right wing Milan Michalek (MEE-lawn mih-HAGH-lehk) from Budejovice of the Czech Republic Extraleague. Michalek was player that the Sharks would have loved to have, but were unsure would still be available at the sixth pick.

"Honestly I was surprised he was still there," said Wilson. "This is a player that we really wanted to pick, a player who is very mature in his game and a player who brings something that this organization needs as it prepares to move forward."

Just ten picks later, the Sharks traded picks with the Boston Bruins to select Steve Bernier from the Moncton Wildcats of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Again, San Jose was looking at a player they really wanted, but in this case, felt would not be available at the 21st selection.

"We thought that there were a few teams ahead of us at 21 that had their eye on him," said Sharks Director of Amateur Scouting Tim Burke. "In fact we knew of at least one team that was going to take him so we found a way to move up."

After the Sharks first two selections, the entire San Jose hockey department was pleased that they had managed to grab the two players they wanted in the first round.

"We knew going into the day that it would take a lot of work at the table to get him (Bernier), but we thought we could do it," said Burke. "We saw him as the most consistent player in the draft based on his game-to-game play and he has great size and skill."

In fact, the only suspicion surrounding Bernier was his weight; a factor the Sharks put little worry in.

"He's not fat," said Burke. "He is a guy who had a little extra weight on him but had a lot of muscle under the hood. We knew he just needed to loose the baby fat and he is already doing that."

In the second round, the Sharks acquired the 43rd overall selection from the New York Rangers for the 50th overall (originally acquired from Boston) and 75th overall (third round) selections of the draft and tabbed center Joshua Hennessy from the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL.

"Hennessy is a kid we have been watching for the last two years and he just keeps getting better and better," said Burke.

While the San Jose scouting team did their homework finding the best prospects in the draft, Doug Wilson did his part to make sure the Sharks could take the players they wanted.

"We wanted the first three guys we took and at times today we really thought that getting all three was a little unrealistic," said Burke. "But Doug (Wilson) kept working on moving us into position and finding teams that were willing to play ball with us. He came through every time."

San Jose's final pick of the day was Matthew Carle from River City of the United States Hockey League (USHL), taken with the 47 overall pick.

"This was another situation where we were sitting at picks 50 and 75 and we really didn't like what we were seeing and we wanted to try and secure another player we wanted," said Burke. "We were able to move up and grab Carle to cap off a good day at the table."

Carle, a six-foot, 182-pound native of Anchorage, Alaska has committed to attend the University of Denver.

The team will now turn their attention to Sunday where they hope to do just as well.

"Our hope is to come out of tomorrow feeling just as good about the day as we do today," said Wilson.

Rounds four through nine of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft will be held tomorrow with San Jose currently holding five selections: Fifth round (139th overall), seventh round (201st and 216th overall), eighth round (236th overall) and ninth round (267th overall).

http://www.sjsharks.com/sharks/news/20030621-1056243675.htm

naja, ma schauen was aus ihnen wird, halte von allen drei nicht soviel, aber wenn wilson die so unbedingt wollte, dann wirds schon seinen greund haben



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22.06.2003 22:44
#9 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

In Antwort auf:
denn die Sharks haben mit Nabby und Kipper zweit gute Goalies

kiprusoff ein guter goalie??? spässle gemacht,alper...wa?
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22.06.2003 23:04
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drum hat man kiprusoff noch 2000 auch noch besser als nabokov eingeschätzt, rein aus spaß, leider hat san jose das durchschaut!

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22.06.2003 23:15
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Sharks holen Korolyuk zurück

San Jose, 22. Juni Der russische Stürmer Alexander Korolyuk wird nach einem Jahr Pause zu den San Jose Sharks in die NHL zurückkehren. Der 27-jährige Rechtsaußen spielte bereits von 1997 bis 2002 für die Kalifornier, wechselte dann aber im vergangenen Jahr im Streit um genügend Eiszeit mit dem damaligen Trainer Darryl Sutter zurück nach Russland. Bei AK Bars Kazan war er in der letzten Spielzeit mit 31 Punkten aus 45 Spielen der zweitbeste Scorer des Teams. Vor einem Monat machte Korolyuk einen Abstecher zu Shark's Manager Doug Wilson und brachte seinen Wunsch über eine Rückkehr zum Ausdruck, nachdem Sutter ja bereits während der letzten Spielzeit entlassen wurde. "Wir sind froh, dass er wieder da ist, und er genauso. Wir benötigen viel Schnelligkeit und Talent, das bringt er mit", so Wilson, der einräumte, dass Korolyuk unter Sutter "sicher ein wenig frustriert war".
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23.06.2003 10:08
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Jetzt auch offiziell


San Jose Signs Ehrhoff & Patzold

San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the club has signed defenseman Christian Ehrhoff (AYR-hahf) and goaltender Dimitri Patzold. In keeping with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Last season, Ehrhoff, 20, posted 27 points (10 goals, 17 assists) in 48 games with the Krefeld Penguins of the German Elite League (DEL). In addition, he ranked first on the team in plus/minus (+14). In the DEL playoffs, Ehrhoff tallied nine points (three goals, six assists) in seven postseason games, helping his club capture the League Championship.

Ehrhoff appeared in all seven games with Team Germany at the World Championships from April 26-May 11 in Finland and led all team defensemen and tied for first overall on his in shots (21), helping team Germany to a quarterfinal berth in tournament.

The six-foot-two, 185-pound native of Moers, Germany was originally selected by San Jose in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft (4th round, 106th overall).

Last season, Patzold set a career-low in goals-against average (2.57) over 15 games with Adler Mannheim of the German Elite League (DEL). In addition, he helped the Eagles capture the German Cup Championship.

Patzold, 20, also backstopped Team Germany at the 2002-03 World Junior Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The five-foot-eleven, 175-pound native of Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan was originally selected by San Jose in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft (4th round, 107th overall).

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23.06.2003 10:12
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Day-Two Ends With Seven Picks

On Sunday morning, the Sharks wrapped up their work at the draft table as they concluded day two of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. Entering day-two with five picks, San Jose Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson secured two more selections through trades as the Sharks selected seven prospects on Sunday.

The first pick was made when the Sharks selected goaltender Patrick Ehelechner from Hannover of the German Elite League (DEL) with the 139th overall selection (fifth round), their first pick on the second day of the 2003 National Hockey League Entry Draft held in Nashville, Tenn., at the Gaylord Entertainment Center.

Ehelechner, 19, was ranked by NHL's Central Scouting as their third highest European goaltender, up from number four in their mid-term rankings. In 2002-03, the six-foot-two, 172-pound native of Rosenheim, Germany appeared in four games with Hannover and posted a 5.90 goals-against average in 162 minutes of action. In addition, he appeared for Team Germany at the 2003 World Junior Championships and posted a 1.57 GAA and one shutout in three tournament games. He also represented his country at the 2002 World Under-18 Championships in Slovakia and posted a 3.83 goals-against average over seven games.

"He is a kid we have been watching develop for a couple years now," said Sharks Director of Amateur Scouting Tim Burke. "He is a big, tall goaltender with some life to him. Based on his development over the past two seasons and his skills, we did not expect to him to be available on day-two. When he was still out there, we felt we needed to secure this player."

In the seventh round, San Jose selected right wing Jonathan Tremblay, 19, from Acadie-Bathurst of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with the 201st overall pick (originally acquired from Florida). In 62 games with the Titans, the six-foot-three, 230-pound native of Fauquier, Ontario posted one assist and ranked second on his team in penalty minutes (232).

"He brings a real physical presence to the table and he puts his teammates at ease when he in out there," said Burke. "This was an area we needed to address and this was the guy we wanted to address that."

The Sharks then selected center Joe Pavelski, 18, from Waterloo of the United States Hockey League (USHL) after acquiring the 205th overall pick (seventh round) from Philadelphia in exchange for San Jose's sixth round selection in the 2004 Entry Draft. The five-foot-11, 195-pound native of Plover, Wisconsin ranked first on Waterloo in goals (36) and points (36-33=69), while also ranking second on the team in assists (33). In addition, Pavelski tied for the team lead in games played (60) and led the team in shots (227). He garnered a First Team All-USHL selection and was also named to the USHL's All-Rookie Team.

"Joe is an offensively gifted player that has put up a lot of points," said Burke. "He will spend one more year at the junior level and then attend the University of Wisconsin."

With their third pick in the seventh round (216th overall), San Jose tabbed center Kai Hospelt from Kolner Haie of the German Elite League. In 2002-03, the six-foot-one, 187-pound forward posted two assists in 21 games and finished as Central Scouting's 99th ranked European skater. He represented Team Germany at the 2003 World Junior Championships and tallied one assist in six games.

"This was a guy that we felt was a special player," said Burke. "He did play at the World Juniors, but it was in a different role than he would normally fill. At the tournament he was moved to the third line, whereas he is normally on the top. Some scouts felt he wasn't the same player, but he wasn't asked to be. He was put in a role that required him to play a more conservative style and be solid defensively and that is what he did. He played very well for his age and was always in the right place on the ice."

In the eighth round, the Sharks selected center Alexander Hult from HV 71 Jonkoping (YEHN-shur-peeng) of the Swedish Elite League. Hult, 18, posted two penalty minutes in one game with Jonkoping in 2002-03.

"He is a solid two-way player," said Burke. "He is not a scorer, but he is solid."

With their final two selections in the ninth round, San Jose selected defenseman Brian O'Hanley of Boston College High School (USHSE) with the 267th overall pick and, after acquiring Chicago's 276th overall pick in exchange for an eighth round selection in 2004, chose right wing Carter Lee of the Canterbury School (USHSE) in Connecticut.

A native of Quincy, Massachusetts, O' Hanley (six-foot, 177-pounds) scored 43 points last season (22 goals and 21 assists) and was named the Conference Co-MVP.

"O' Hanley was another kid we liked, but we knew that he would slide a little, so we felt we could grab him in the later rounds," said Burke. "He was the leading scorer for his league as a defenseman and was very impressive.

"Lee put up a lot of goals but again, we knew he was not on some other team's lists, so we felt that we could take him later as well," said Burke.

Overall, the draft was considered a success by San Jose's hockey department.

"If I have known that we would end up doing as well as we did over the two days, I would have been a lot more relaxed this weekend," said Wilson.

"From a quality and a diversity standpoint, I really like what we did," said Burke. "We did miss out on one guy we liked in the middle rounds, but we had to do that to get the top four players we wanted on day-one and I would rather miss in the middle rounds than in the first or second."

For a complete look at the players selected by San Jose in this year's draft, click here.

BEHIND THE SCENES
While most of the attention this weekend was focused on the draft, Wilson was also hard at work with other Sharks prospects. After agreeing to terms with Christian Ehrhoff and Dimitri Patzold, Wilson held initial conversations with Marcel Goc's agent and plans to continue those talks into next week. Wilson also shed some light on the Sharks second round selection from 2000, Tero Maatta.

"Tero will come over for a development camp this summer, as will Ehrhoff and Patzold," said Wilson. "He will then return to Finland for one more year before we bring him over here. He had a great year last season and we wanted him to have another year dominating the play there before the move."


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23.06.2003 21:25
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@alper...na? endlich wieder korky zurueck
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23.06.2003 21:29
#15 RE:San Jose Sharks Thread geschlossen

man muss einen Spieler nachdem man ihn gedraftet hat innerhalb von 2 jahren signen ansonsten, so der hintergedanke, hat man kein wirkliches interesse, und der spieler würde wieder der allgemeinheit zur verfügung stehen

das erklärt auch das immer größere interesse an europäern für die gilt das nämlich net

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