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Power Rankings: Let Me Take A Selfie

by Ann Frazier & Casey Krygier / sjsharks.com

Team photo day: a chance for the finalized roster can come together and take a photo that proves that this is the definitive roster for the 2017-18 season. 

It's also a chance for sjsharks.com to make the players take selfies.

As the Sharks were waiting around to take that perfect team photo, we asked them to take selfies to help pass the time. And some of those selfies were better than others. 

6. Dave Barr

Technically, this isn't a selfie, as it was taken by Johan Hedberg. However, the phone was in selfie mode, so we're counting it. In that, we're including it in this list but it, unfortunately, ranks at the bottom of the selfies taken.

5. Marcus Sorensen, Kevin Labanc, and Dylan DeMelo

Save for DeMelo, these guys are too cool to really smile. Though the framing is good, it's a solid yet unspectacular selfie. 

4. Evander Kane

Simple, well-framed, and obvious that Kane knows how to take a selfie. Though it lacks some of the personality that the other photos higher on the list have.

3. Eric Fehr, Joakim Ryan, and Justin Braun

Eric Fehr and Joakim Ryan: "Let's smile for this harmless selfie while we wait to go on the ice!"

Justin Braun: "No." 

Points taken off for the dreaded finger over the lens.

2. Chris Tierney and Brenden Dillon

Perfect framing, great hair, and a big smile by Dillon puts this one near the top, only bested by…

1. Martin Jones, Evander Kane, and Timo Meier

You have Jones and Kane squeezing together to fit in the frame while battling Jones's goalie pads, which is impressive enough. 

But what puts this selfie on top of the pile is Timo Meier hamming it up in the background. 

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