While face-of-the-Penguins-franchise Sidney Crosby entered the league the following year, his talented Pittsburgh partner in crime, Evgeni Malkin, was the second overall pick in the 2004 draft. Even more notably, Washington Capitals winger Alexander Ovechkin was taken with the top pick that year.
But the Caps and Penguins were not the only team to make out well in 2004. The Bruins also drafted a solid contributor that year.
Who was the Bruins' first pick in the 2004 NHL draft when the Penguins took Malkin with the No. 2 overall pick?
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