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Brewin Flames

Boston Bruins 2019 NHL Draft

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:bos: 2019 NHL Draft Picks


* Subject to change


Draft Tracker



:bos: First round picks the last 5 years


2014 1st Round (25th overall) David Pastrnak, LW


2015 (13th overall) Jakub Zboril D


(14th overall) Jake DeBrusk LW 


(15th overall) Zachary Senyshyn RW


2016 1st Round (14th overall) Charlie McAvoy D 


2017 1st Round (18th overall) Urho Vaakanainen, D


2018 None 


First selection was...


Axel Andersson | D | 2nd Round, 57th Overall


The 6-foot, 178-pound native of Sweden, who was the 27th-ranked European skater, according to NHL Central Scouting, skated with Djugardens IF J20 last season, producing 6 goals and 25 assists (first on team) for 31 points in 42 games

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2019 NHL Draft

* Subject to change

Round 1 (30th overall) John Beecher, C, USA U-18 (NTDP)

Round 3 (92nd overall) Quinn Olson, LW

Round 5 (154th overall) Roman Bychkov, D

Round 6 (185th overall) Matias Mantykivi, F

Round 7 (192nd overall) Jake Schmaltz, F

Edited by Brewin Flames

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John Beecher, C, USA U-18 (NTDP)

NHL Central Scouting ranking: No. 49 (North American skaters)

Beecher (6-3, 212) was a bit overlooked because of the top talent ahead of him on the USA Hockey National Team Development Program Under-18 team, but his superior speed, especially for his size, allowed him to get up and down the ice and protect the puck in tight. He had 39 points (12 goals, 27 assists) in 56 games despite not seeing first-unit power-play time. He'll continue to develop his game at the University of Michigan next season.

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