Complete 2003 entry draft

[1st] LW - Milan Michalek
[1st] RW - Steve Bernier
[2nd] C - Joshua Hennessy
[2nd] D - Matt Carle
[4th] G - Patrick Ehelechner
[7th] RW - Jonathan Tremblay
[7th] C - Joe Pavelski
[7th] C - Kai Hospelt
[8th] F - Alexander Hult
[9th] D - Brian O'Hanley
[9th] RW - Carter Lee

Entire Sharks draft history.


Sharks draft Milan Michalek and Steve Bernier
The Sharks drafted Milan Michalek with the 6th overall pick in the 2003 NHL entry draft. San Jose then traded the 21st, 66th and 107th picks to Boston to move up and select Steve Bernier at 16th.

first round draft pick Milan Michalek

Photo posted with permission from HC �esk� Bud�jovice.

RW Milan Michalek [6,1 - 185pds] is projected as a solid two way player. TSN expert Bob McKenzie called him the most NHL ready player in the draft. Michalek scored 3 goals and 5 assists in 46 games for HC �esk� Bud�jovice. Milan also had 2 goals and 2 assists in 6 games for the the Czech Republic at this year's WJC tournament

Steve Bernier

RW Steve Bernier [6,3 - 233pds] had 49 goals and 52 assists in 72 games for the Moncton Wildcats of the QMJHL this season. The consensus is that Steve Bernier needs to work on conditioning, but he has a very high offensive upside. It is nice to see another large RW that can run over someoe en route to the puck, deja vu?

Follow the draft:
- TSN draft center
- Hockey's Future draft preview
- Spectors trade rumors


Sharks add enforcer Scott Parker
Sharks enforcer Scott ParkerSan Jose dealt a fourth round selection [163] to the Colorado Avalanche for enforcer Scott Parker. Parker had 4 points and 82 penalty minutes in 43 games for the 'Lanche last season.

Hockeyfights.com Scott Parker fight card.

Korolyuk signs with San Jose
Left wing Alexander Korolyuk agreed to re-join San Jose after scoring 14 goals and 15 assists in 45 games with AK Bars Kazan last season.