The Sharks didn't have a first-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft, but they'll be busy during Day 2 on Saturday.
By trading defenseman Justin Braun to Philadelphia earlier this week, the Sharks moved back into the second round. They held the No. 41 pick but traded it to the Vegas Golden Knights for the No. 48 overall pick and the No. 82 pick.
After selecting Artemi Kniazev the Sharks moved back up in the draft and selected Dillon Hamaliuk at No. 55 overall, swapping the No. 82 and No. 91 picks to the Devils for the second-round selection. San Jose then made another deal, picking up the No. 164 selection and forward Tom Pyatt for pick No. 215 and Francis Perron.
San Jose later moved up to draft Yegor Spiridonov at No. 108 overall.
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Here's a tracker of all the Sharks' picks:
Round 2 -- No. 48 overall -- Artemi Kniazev, Defenseman, Russia
Round 2 -- No. 55 overall -- Dillon Hamaliuk, LW, WHL
Round 4 -- No. 108 overall -- Yegor Spiridonov, C, Russia
Round 5 -- No. 153 overall --
Round 6 -- No. 164 overall --
Round 6 -- No. 184 overall --
Round 7 -- No. 215 overall --