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Sharks Announce Reserve List Moves

by San Jose Sharks Staff / San Jose Sharks
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson announced today that the team has made the following roster moves.


The Sharks issued the following players qualifying offers, thus retaining their rights:

PLAYER HOW OBTAINED 2007-08 CLUB
Timo Pielmeier NHL Entry Draft, 2007 – 3rd round, 83rd overall St. John’s (QMJHL)
Tyson Sexsmith NHL Entry Draft, 2007 – 3rd round, 91st overall Vancouver (WHL)

The following players were not signed and will re-enter the NHL Draft:

PLAYER HOW OBTAINED 2007-08 CLUB
James DeLory NHL Entry Draft, 2006 – 4th round, 98th overall Oshawa (OHL)

GREAT PR
The Professional Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) announced recently that the San Jose Sharks, Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals are the finalists for the Dick Dillman Award, given annually to the team judged to be tops in media relations.

The Dillman Award honors the memory of the late Dick Dillman, who was a highly respected media relations guru for the now-defunct Minnesota North Stars.

The PHWA presents separate Dillman awards for the Eastern and Western Conferences. The Canadiens, Capitals and Flyers are the Eastern candidates, while Sharks, Stars and Wild are candidates in the West. The winners will be announced at the NHL draft in Ottawa on June 20.

The Sharks have won two of the past three Dillman awards, and the Capitals won the Eastern Conference Dillman in 2007. Minnesota won in 2005-06 when only one Dillman was awarded.

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