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A powerful winger with good hands and a quick and heavy release.


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May 2022 – Gadjovich enters this offseason in need of a new contract as a pending RFA and it remains to be seen if he is still in the Sharks long term plans. Gadjovich is at an interesting point in his career as he is struggling to find purchase at the NHL level however seems to have moved past the AHL ranks. In his last AHL season he scored an impressive 15 goals in 19 games however this year he only managed three points and eight minutes a game of ice time in 43 NHL games. Regardless of his ability to stick, he seems unlikely to be a fantasy contributor outside of penalty minutes and maybe goals in extremely deep leagues. Donesh Mazloum

October 2021 – Despite an otherwise strong training camp, Gadjovich has been claimed off waivers by the San Jose Sharks. The move offers a potential opportunity to slide into a bottom-six role sooner, rather than later. Dave Hall

May 2021- Heavy set, a hard work ethic, and the ability to capitalize on scoring chances, especially in front of the net; these are just some of the attributes which have made Gadjovich a worthy prospect during his come-up. There was just one element lacking, likely one that stood in the way of him not only seeing top-six minutes in Utica but make the transition into an NHL player – his skating. That all changed during the 2020 off-season, and thus, so did his utilization. After polishing his edge work and stamina during the Covid break, he posted his best statistical season to date, notching 15 goals – finishing second among U23 skaters – and 18 points in just a 19 game span. Already known for his heavy netfront presence, the off-season