Who Did the Bruins Select in the First Round of the 2003 NHL Draft?

Who Did the Bruins Select in the First Round of the 2003 NHL Draft?With six selections in the first four rounds, the 2003 NHL draft was an exciting one for Bruins fans and the future of the organization.

In fact, the team's top two picks that season are still members of the Black and Gold, but which player did the Bruins select with their first-round selection in the 2003 draft?

The '03 class has turned out to be a star-studded group. No. 1 overall pick, Marc-Andre Fleury, has made two Stanley Cup Finals appearances and won a Gold Medal in 2010 with Team Canada. Nathan Horton, whom the B's acquired this offseason, was selected at No. 3 overall while Thomas Vanek (No. 5), Dion Phaneuf (No. 9), Jeff Carter (No. 11) and Zach Parise (No. 17) were all Top 20 picks.

The answer is, of course, Mark Stuart. The Bruins selected Stuart with the No. 21 pick overall.

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