There weren’t any internet-breaking, blockbuster trades over the weekend at the NHL draft in Buffalo.
The Sharks chose a 19-year-old American-born center with their first selection in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.
The first round of the NHL Entry Draft came and went on Friday night, and the Sharks’ table on the floor in Buffalo was a dormant one.
SAN JOSE – The Sharks don’t have a first round pick headed into the NHL draft in Buffalo this weekend. Their second round pick is second from the bottom, due to winning the Western Conference.
Brent Burns, the only Sharks player among finalists for a major NHL award, lost out on the Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenseman on Wednesday night in Las Vegas.