SportSan Jose reaches two-year deal with young center Dylan Gambrell

06:11  12 july  2019
06:11  12 july  2019 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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San Jose reaches two-year deal with young center Dylan Gambrell© Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports

The San Jose Sharks have reached an agreement with restricted free-agent center Dylan Gambrell, signing him to a two-year contract.

No financial details were released, but GM Doug Wilson did issue a short statement:

"Dylan had success at the AHL level with the Barracuda this past season, helping to lead the league’s youngest team to another Calder Cup Playoff berth. He has continued to show us growth in all areas of his game, and, with his goal in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final, has proven he can handle the pressure of the NHL. We look forward to his continued development, and the impact he will have on the Sharks."

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San Jose has a couple pending RFAs that look to be the future of this team, and Gambrell is one of them. The 22- year -old impressed Sharks coach Peter DeBoer every time he Dylan Gambrell is a player the Sharks want to keep around for a while. Over the past season, he displayed a strong work

We start with center Dylan Gambrell . Dylan Gambrell 's second professional season didn't begin in Here's what to expect from the most recent San Jose draft pick to make his NHL debut. Gambrell is known for his versatility and two -way acumen, in large part because of his speed and hockey sense.

Gambrell, 22, played in eight regular-season games and two playoff games for the Sharks this past season.

The team has also signed forward Antti Suomelato a one-year contract.

Both players will still be restricted free agents when the deals expire.

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