Bruins Pick Up Five More Players In NHL Draft
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BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston Bruins had five selections in the second day of the 2011 NHL Draft on Saturday in St. Paul, Minnesota.
With the 40th pick, they took Alexander Khokhlachev, a 17-year-old forward who tallied 76 points in 67 games last season in Windsor of the OHL.
The B’s selected forwards Anthony Camara, a left wing from Saginaw of the OHL, and Brian Ferlin, a right wing from Indiana of USHL, in the third and fourth rounds.
In the fifth, they chose defenseman Robby O’Gara, who attended Milton Academy. He’s committed to Yale in the fall.
The Bruins finished up by selecting a goalie, Lars Volden of Norway.
In the first round Friday, Boston chose defenseman Dougie Hamilton of Niagara of the OHL with the ninth overall pick.