Have a question for right wing Mike Grier? Here’s your chance to ask it.
Grier will be the next player featured for our weekly segment of “Ask the Sharks.” Send in your questions to email@example.com and we’ll ask the 34-year-old the best ones.
This year has started great for Grier. He’s found his scoring touch, notching four goals in the last four games, including the game-winner against the New York Islanders on Jan. 3. A reliable part of the penalty kill, the 225-pound right winger ranks second among Sharks forwards for blocked shots (21) and second on the team in hits (90).
The 6-foot-1 native of Detroit, Mich. joined the Sharks in 2006 when he was signed as a free agent on July 3. Since then, he’s scored 73 points (34 and 39 assists) in 198 games over two-and-a-half seasons.
Grier was originally drafted by St. Louis in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft (ninth round, 219th overall).
Grier’s family is well known throughout the NFL His father, Bobby, is a long-time NFL team executive and is currently the associate director of scouting for the Houston Texans. His brother, Chris, is a national scout/assistant director of college scouting with the Miami Dolphins.