BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Bruins had eight picks entering day two of the 2015 NHL Draft, and ended their Saturday by using seven of those selections.
With their first pick in the second round of the draft, No. 37 overall, the Bruins selected Bandon Carlo.READ MORE: Framingham Man Seriously Injured In New Hampshire Rollover UTV Crash
Carlo is a 6’4″ defenseman from the Tri-City Americans of the Western Hockey League.
With the No. 45 pick on Saturday, the Bruins opted for Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson, committed to Boston University.
The two-way center led the Omaha Lancers of the USHL with 53 points in 50 games last season.
Using the No. 52 pick in the second round, Boston took Jeremy Lauzon off the board.
Lauzon is a defenseman who last played with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the QMJHL.
Boston had three first round picks on Friday after trading Dougie Hamilton and Milan Lucic in a flurry of moves.
In the first round, the Bruins selected defenseman Jakub Zboril from Saint John of the QMJHL at No. 13, left winger Jake DeBrusk from Swift Current of the WHL at No. 14, and right winger Zachary Senyshyn from Sault St. Marie of the OHL at No. 15 with those picks.READ MORE: Rep. Stephen Lynch: 'We Have To Get To An Agreement' On Stalled Infrastructure Bill
Here are Boston’s second day draft picks:
Second Round — 37th overall — Brandon Carlo
Second Round — 45th overall — Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson (acquired from Calgary for Dougie Hamilton)
Second Round — 52nd overall — Jeremy Lauzon (acquired from Calgary for Dougie Hamilton)
Third Round — 75th Overall — Daniel Vladar
Fourth Round — 105th Overall — Jesse Gabrielle
Fifth Round — 135th Overall — Traded to Minnesota’s for the Wild’s 5th round pick in 2016
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Seventh Round — 195th Overall — Jack Becker