The 2014 NHL Draft has come and gone, and the short term, and potentially long term, futures of hundreds of young men have been determined.
The top players went where they were expected to go, while some players made pretty substantial slides down the draft board, including a couple, like Ivan Barbeshev and Brayden Point, who were ranked higher up on the final FanSided NHL Draft big board.
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The San Jose Sharks had eight picks in the first six rounds, and used most of the them to bolster the forward positions in the organization.
The Sharks full draft list can be found in the table below.
|San Jose Sharks|
|Rnd||Pick||Overall||Player||Pos||Country||Height||Weight||Amateur League||Amateur Team|
|1||27||27||NIKOLAY GOLDOBIN||RW||RUS||5′ 11″||178||OHL||SARNIA|
|2||16||46||JULIUS BERGMAN||D||SWE||6′ 1″||187||SWEDEN-JR.||FROLUNDA JR.|
|2||23||53||NOAH ROD||RW||CHE||6′ 0″||188||SWISS-JR.||GENEVE JR.|
|3||12||72||ALEX SCHOENBORN||RW||USA||6′ 0″||196||WHL||PORTLAND|
|3||21||81||DYLAN SADOWY||LW||CAN||5′ 11″||183||OHL||SAGINAW|
|4||12||102||ALEXIS VANIER||D||CAN||6′ 4″||215||QMJHL||BAIE-COMEAU|
|5||29||149||ROURKE CHARTIER||C||CAN||5′ 10″||173||WHL||KELOWNA|
|6||21||171||KEVIN LABANC||RW||USA||5′ 10″||186||OHL||BARRIE|
Okay Sharks fans! What do you think of your team’s haul in the 2014 NHL Draft? Excited, or do you feel the team could have done better? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.