BREAKING: Sharks Release 2022-23 Training Camp Roster, Schedule

The San Jose Sharks have launched their coaching camp roster.

There isn’t any Joe Thornton or another surprises on it.

See the complete roster right here.

Sharks followers’ hearts had been set a-flutter by reviews that fan favourite Thornton had moved again to San Jose — and video of Jumbo understanding in teal.

VIDEO: Thornton Skating with Sharks

Thornton is believed to have a need to play his twenty fifth NHL season. The 43-year-old UFA was the No. 1 choose of the 1997 NHL Draft, and performed from 2005 to 2020 in San Jose.

At the second, we’re unsure what Thornton’s future holds.

Instead, William Eklund and Thomas Bordeleau can be among the many children competing for San Jose Sharks’ jobs up entrance. They’ll be vying with Max Veronneau, Jasper Weatherby, Scott Reedy, Jonah Gadjovich, and Jeffrey Viel for roles alongside these 12 presumed opening evening Sharks forwards Tomas Hertl, Logan Couture, Timo Meier, Kevin Labanc, Luke Kunin, Oskar Lindblom, Alexander Barabanov, Nick Bonino, Nico Sturm, Matt Nieto, Noah Gregor, and Steven Lorentz.

Prospects Ryan Merkley, Santeri Hatakka, Artemi Kniazev, and Nick Cicek may even attempt to seize a spot on the blueline. Erik Karlsson, Mario Ferraro, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Radim Simek, Matt Benning, Jaycob Megna, and Markus Nutivaara are the seven veteran incumbents on the San Jose protection.

The plan is for Kaapo Kahkonen and James Reimer to share the web for the San Jose Sharks this 12 months, however I’m wondering which No. 3 goalie they will convey to Europe? Ex-Sharks back-up Aaron Dell has been taking part in Captain’s Skates, however maybe Strauss Mann and Eetu Makiniemi will push Dell.

Training camp opens on Sept. 22. Training camp is open to the general public. The Sharks open their pre-season on Sept. 25 on the SAP Center in opposition to the Los Angeles Kings. Per Sharks PR, this is the complete camp schedule:

DATE – GROUPS – TIME – LOCATION
Sept. 22 – Group A – 9:00 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 22 – Group B – 9:00 am – Tech CU Arena
Sept. 22 – Group C – 10:30 am – Sharks Rink

Sept. 23 – Group A – 9:00 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 23 – Group B – 9:00 am – Tech CU Arena
Sept. 23 – Group C – 10:30 am – Sharks Rink

Sept. 24 – Group A – 9:00 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 24 – Group B – 9:00 am – Tech CU Arena
Sept. 24 – Group C – 10:30 am – Sharks Rink

Sept. 25 – Non-Game Group – 10:00 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 25 – Game Group – 4:00 pm – SAP Center vs. LAC

Sept. 26 – Day Off

Sept. 27 – Game Group – 10:30 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 27 – Game Group – 7:30 pm – SAP Center vs. ANA
Sept. 27 – Non-Game Group – 12:00 pm – Sharks Rink

Sept. 28 – Non-Game Group – 10:00 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 28 – Game Group – 11:30 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 28 – Game Group – 7:00 pm – Toyota Arena at LAK (Ontario, CA)

Sept. 29 – Full Team – 11:00 am – Sharks Rink

Sept. 30 – *Split Squad
Sept. 30 – Anaheim Group – 10:30 am – Sharks Rink
Sept. 30 – Anaheim Group – 7:00 pm – Honda Center at ANA
Sept. 30 – Vegas Group – 10:30 am – Gray Rink
Sept. 30 – Vegas Group – 7:00 pm – T-Mobile Arena at VGK

The Sharks will fly to Europe on Oct. 1, play one exhibition in opposition to EIS Berlin on Oct. 4, then open the common season in Prague versus the Nashville Predators on Oct. 7.

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