Bruins Will Have No. 2 Overall Pick in 2010 NHL Draft

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Bruins Will Have No. 2 Overall Pick in 2010 NHL Draft The anticipation is over.

After Tuesday night’s NHL Draft Lottery, the Bruins learned they will be making the No. 2 overall selection in the 2010 NHL draft. 

The Edmonton Oilers, who finished 2009-10 with the worst record in the league, will make the first overall selection, while the Florida Panthers will pick third.

Boston acquired Toronto’s first- and second-round draft picks in exchange for sending Phil Kessel to the Maple Leafs prior to the 2009-10 season. The B’s had an 18.8 percent chance of landing the first pick and a 60.8 percent chance of landing the first or the second pick. 

The top two picks in this year’s draft are expected to be Tyler Seguin (Plymouth/Ontario Hockey League) and Taylor Hall (Windsor/Ontario Hockey League).  

The 2010 NHL draft will take place at the Staples Center in L.A. on Friday and Saturday, June 25-26.

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