San Jose Sharks: Keeping Tabs On the 2009 Draft Picks

November 18th, 2009 by Jason Figueiredo-Dumpit Leave a reply »

It has been five months since the 2009 NHL Draft took place, and unless your draft picks were named Tavares, Hedman, Duchene, or Kane, you have probably already forgotten who your team selected.

This definitely rings true for the San Jose Sharks. In the 2009 Draft, the Sharks didn’t pick until late in the second round and although San Jose has had great success in finding gems in these later rounds, it is easy for players to quickly slip through the cracks if we are not constantly reminded about how they are performing in the leagues that they are currently playing.

Here is a quick look at how the San Jose Sharks 2009 Draft Class is currently performing in this young hockey season.


William Wrenn, D – Second Round, 43th Overall Pick

Drafted for his outstanding play with the U.S National Under-18 Team, Wrenn is currently playing in his first year with University of Denver Pioneers.

The Anchorage Alaska native notched an assist in his second game and through nine ...

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