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Sharks Announce Roster For Fourth Annual "Pacific Division Shootout" Sept. 8-12 In Los Angeles

by Staff Writer / San Jose Sharks

Sharks Top Prospects To Faceoff Against Peers From Phoenix, Los Angeles And Anaheim

Many of the top prospects from the San Jose Sharks organization will travel to San Jose next week in preparation for the fourth annual “Pacific Division Shootout,” which will be held Sept. 8-12 at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo.
 
The tournament will showcase prospects from the Sharks, Phoenix Coyotes, Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim Ducks.  This event is a chance for fans to see the future stars of the NHL as they compete against their own peer groups.  The tournament will consist of two games each day (except Sunday, Sept. 10), highlighted by the Consolation and Championship Games on Tuesday, Sept. 12. 
 
“This tournament provides a great opportunity for our prospects and recent draft picks to play in a game environment against members of their own peer group,” said Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Doug Wilson.  “It gives our scouting staff an opportunity to evaluate our players and see their progression first-hand. The tournament has seen some great players on the ice and this year will be no different.”
 
 “Future Sharks” scheduled to participate in this year’s tournament include first round draft selections Lukas Kaspar (2004), Devin Setoguchi (2005) and Ty Wishart (2006), as well as Marc-Edouard Vlasic (second round, 2005) and Jamie McGinn (second round, 2006) and Joe Pavelski (seventh round, 2003).
 
The tournament roster for the Sharks, as of Aug. 30, is listed below.
 
Following the tournament, the Sharks are scheduled to hit the ice on Sept. 15, as their 2006 Training Camp begins at Logitech Ice at San Jose.  The Sharks first preseason game will be Sept. 19 vs. the Kings at Staples Center.
 
San Jose will open the 2006-07 NHL season on Oct. 5 vs. St. Louis.
 

2006 SAN JOSE SHARKS ROOKIE TOURNAMENT ROSTER (as of Aug. 30, 2006)

NO. PLAYER POS S HT WT PLACE OF BIRTH DOB
  FORWARDS          
63 BARARUK, David LW L 6-0 180 Moose Jaw, SK 5/26/83
             
69 BERNHARDT, Justin C L 6-1 155 Litvinov, Czech Rep. 2/25/85
47 CAVANAGH, Tom C L 6-0 190 Warwick, RI 3/24/82
68 FELDE, Erik LW L 5-11 175 Anchorage, AK 12/29/87
56 HOOTON, Brock RW R 6-2 205 Nanaimo, B.C. 3/20/83
46 IGGULDEN, Mike C R 6-3 205 St. Catharine's, ON 11/9/82
43 KASPAR, Lukas RW R 6-2 205 Litvinov, Czech Rep. 9/3/1986
70 LEISENRING, Brady C R 5-11 190 Stowe, VT 9/7/82
             
52 MACHO, Michal C/RW R 5-11 170 Martin, Slovakia 1/17/82
64 McGINN, Jamie LW L 5-11 180 Fergus, ON 8/5/88
53 PAVELSKI, Joe C L 5-11 190 Plover, WI 7/11/84
54 ROME, Ashton RW R 6-1 205 Nesbitt, MAN 12/31/85
48 SETOGUCHI, Devin RW R 5-11 190 Taber, AB 1/1/87
42 TREMBLAY, Jonathan RW R 6-3 250 Timmins, ON 3/3/84
             
             
  DEFENSE          
57 DeLORY, James D R 6-4 215 Scarborough, ON 3/3/88
65 JOSLIN, Derek D L 6-1 195 Richmond Hill, ON 3/17/87
             
60 KING, Randy D L 6-2 215 Salt Lake City, UT 5/22/87
61 McCUE, Matt D L 6-4 200 Cochrane, AB 7/5/88
62 POTUER, Graham D R 6-1 200 Red Deer, AB 2/18/88
51 SPANG, Dan D L 6-0 200 Winchester, MA 8/16/83
             
67 VLASIC, Marc-Edouard D L 6-1 190 Montreal, PQ 3/30/87
58 WISHART, Ty D L 6-4 205 Belleville, ON 5/19/88
             
  GOALTENDERS          
NO. PLAYER POS C HT WT PLACE OF BIRTH DOB
33 DAKERS, Taylor G L 6-1 165 Richmond, B.C. 9/14/86
1 GREISS, Thomas G L 6-0 175 Koln, Germany 1/29/86
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