The NHL announced the order of the 2021 NHL Draft this week. The Sharks currently own eight selections heading into the draft with their first pick coming at No. 7 overall.
The draft takes place on Friday, July 23 starting at 5 p.m. PT (Round 1; ESPN2) and Saturday, July 24 starting at 8 a.m. PT (Round 2-7; NHL Network) and once again will be conducted virtually.
Below is a complete list of San Jose's draft picks:
Round 1 - No. 7
Round 2 - None
Round 3 - No. 71
Round 4 - No. 103 & No. 121 (acquired from Toronto Maple Leafs)
Round 5 - No. 135 & No. 156 (acquired from Colorado Avalanche)
Round 6 - No. 167
Round 7 - No. 199
The Sharks acquired its 121st overall pick from Toronto via a three-way trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets and the Maple Leafs, which also sent Stefan Noesen to Toronto.
Additionally, when the Sharks traded Devan Dubnyk to Colorado, they received a fifth-round pick from the Avalanche in exchange for the goaltender.
San Jose's second-round selection belongs to the Ottawa Senators, as the final piece of the Erik Karlsson trade, while two third-round picks - No. 87 and No. 90 - belong to the Montreal Canadiens (traded for fourth-round pick in 2020) and the Minnesota Wild (included as part of Ryan Donato trade, which was originally acquired from the Pittsburgh Penguins for Patrick Marleau), respectively.
For the complete draft order, click here.