Boston Bruins: Recap of 2015 NHL Draft


Don Sweeney, Cam Neely, and the Boston Bruins concluded the 2015 NHL Draft on Saturday afternoon. The club selected a bevy of youngsters, most of who are which unknown to fans.

On Friday night, the Bruins became the first team in 47 years to make back-to-back-to-back selections in the opening round. It was widely speculated that Sweeney would trade the picks to move up in the draft or make a splash elsewhere, but instead the Bruins selected players with the 13th, 14th and 15th pick.

The Bruins traded away Milan Lucic and Dougie Hamilton on Friday afternoon just hours before the draft started.

For those of you who may have missed the action from Sunrise, Florida, here’s a look at all their selections.

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Round 1, Pick 13: Boston chose defenseman Jakub Zboril of the Czech Republic. The six-foot, 184-pounder last played for Saint John of the QMJHL.

Round 1, Pick 14: Boston chose forward Jake Debrusk of Canada. The five-foot-eleven, 174-pounder last played for Swift Current of the WHL.

Round 1, Pick 15: Boston chose forward Zachary Senyshyn of Canada. The six-foot-one, 192-pounder last played for Sault Ste. Marie of the OHL.

Round 2, Pick 37: Boston chose defenseman Brandon Carlo out of the United States. The six-foot-five, 196-pounder last played for Tri-City of the WHL.

Round 2, Pick 45: Boston chose center Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson. The six-foot. 190-pounder last played for Omaha of the USHL.

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Round 2, Pick 52: Boston chose defenseman Jeremy Lauzon out of Canada. The six-foot-one, 193-pounder last played for Rouyn-Noranda of the QMJHL.

Round 3, Pick 75: Boston chose goalie Daniel Vladar out of the Czech Republic. The six-foot-five, 185-pounder last played for Kladno of the CZREP-2.

Round 4, Pick 105: Boston chose forward Jesse Gabrielle out of Canada. The five-foot-ten, 205-pounder last played for Regina of the WHL.

Round 6, Pick 165: Boston chose center Cameron Hughes out of Canada. The five-foot-eleven, 163-pounder last played for the University of Wisconsin.

Round 7, Pick 195: Boston chose center Jack Becker out of the United States. The six-foot-three, 188-pounder last played for Mahtomedi of the HIGH-MN.

Next: Bruins Deal Away Lucic and Hamilton