Editor's Note: The above video is from the Sharks 2015-16 Season Preview show
SAN JOSE - The Sharks have made four more cuts to their training camp roster, including some top young prospects.
Forwards Rourke Chartier and Dylan Sadowy; defenseman Jeremy Roy and goaltender Joel Rumpel were all reassigned on Wednesday evening. Rumpel will stay in town and join the AHL Barracuda camp, while the others will return to their junior clubs.
Chartier and Roy are the more notable cuts. The 19-year-old Chartier, a fifth round pick in 2014, finished third in goals in the WHL last season in earning first All-Star team honors, while Roy was drafted with the first pick of the second round (31 overall) by San Jose at the 2015 draft.
Of the four only Sadowy, a third round pick in 2014, is unsigned.
The Sharks, who had off on Wednesday, will reconvene for practice on Thursday with a roster of 37 players.