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Sharks Conclude 2012 NHL Draft with Five Selections

San Jose Selected Four Forwards and Two Defenseman Over the Weekend

Saturday, 06.23.2012 / 3:45 PM / News
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Sharks Conclude 2012 NHL Draft with Five Selections


SAN JOSE, California – The San Jose Sharks concluded the 2012 NHL Draft today with Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson and Director of Scouting Tim Burke making five selections for a total of six in the two-day draft.

After selecting center Tomas Hertl in the first round (17th overall) on Day One of the 2012 draft, the Sharks made their next selection in the second round (55th overall), choosing center Chris Tierney from the London Knights in the Ontario Hockey League. He was ranked 118th by Central Scouting among all North American Skaters.

Tierney posted 34 points (11 goals, 23 assists), 20 penalty minutes and was a +25 in 65 games. The six-foot, 181-pound native of Keswick, Ontario helped London win the OHL title and earn a berth in the Memorial Cup. He added seven points (five goals, two assists) and four penalty minutes in 19 postseason games.

The Sharks acquired a fourth round selection (109th overall) from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange a seventh round selection in 2012 (191st overall, previously acquired from Tampa Bay) and a fourth round selection in 2013. With the 109th selection, San Jose selected Christophe Lalancette from Acadie-Bathhurst in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. He was ranked 62nd by Central Scouting among all North American Skaters.

Lalancette, a six-foot, 168-pound right wing from Roberval, Quebec posted 47 points (16 goals, 31 assists and 35 penalty minutes in 63 games with Acadie-Bathhurst.

In the fifth round, San Jose selected center Daniel O’Regan out of St. Sebastian High School in Massachusetts. O’Regan was ranked 76th by Central Scouting among all North American Skaters.

He posted 56 points (21 goals, 35 assists) in 27 games and also played ten games with the United States U-18 team, where he picked up seven points (three goals, four assists). O’Regan is scheduled to attend Boston University this fall and his father, Tom, played for the Pittsburgh Penguins as well as playing professionally in Germany.

In the sixth round, the Sharks took defenseman Clifford Watson out of Sioux City in the USHL. Watson, a stay-at-home defenseman, posted eight points (all assists) in 58 games and 53 penalty minutes last season. He was ranked 170th by Central Scouting among all North American Skaters. He is scheduled to play at Sioux City this upcoming season and then committed to attend Ohio State University.

In the seventh round, with their final selection of the 2012 NHL Draft, San Jose selected defenseman Joakim Ryan from Cornell University. Ryan was ranked 174th overall by Central Scouting among all North American Skaters.

In his freshman season at Cornell, Ryan posted 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) and 20 penalty minutes in 34 games.

Click here for a comprehensive look at the Sharks selections in the 2012 NHL Draft.

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WESTERN CONFERENCE
  TEAM GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1 NSH 61 41 13 7 186 143 89
2 ANA 62 38 17 7 182 174 83
3 STL 60 38 18 4 188 151 80
4 CHI 61 36 20 5 180 146 77
5 VAN 60 35 22 3 171 156 73
6 WPG 62 31 20 11 173 168 73
7 LAK 59 29 18 12 162 152 70
8 CGY 61 33 24 4 174 158 70
9 MIN 60 31 22 7 169 158 69
10 SJS 61 30 23 8 171 174 68
11 DAL 61 27 25 9 191 202 63
12 COL 61 26 24 11 161 175 63
13 ARI 61 20 34 7 134 206 47
14 EDM 62 18 34 10 142 206 46

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2014-2015 REGULAR SEASON
SKATERS: GP G A +/- Pts
J. Pavelski 61 31 24 12 55
L. Couture 61 21 31 3 52
J. Thornton 57 12 39 -2 51
B. Burns 61 16 29 -2 45
P. Marleau 61 12 31 -13 43
T. Wingels 54 12 15 -4 27
T. Hertl 61 10 14 -3 24
J. Braun 50 1 19 3 20
M. Vlasic 56 7 11 11 18
M. Karlsson 32 9 7 3 16
 
GOALIES: W L OT Sv% GAA
A. Niemi 24 15 7 .913 2.60
A. Stalock 5 7 1 .899 2.85
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