The 2012 NHL Entry Draft continues on Saturday, with teams making selections in rounds two through seven after an extremely exciting and eventful Round 1 on Friday evening. The Pittsburgh Penguins, movers and shakers on Friday night, have made their first selection of Saturday, the 52nd overall choice in this years draft.
The Penguins select center Theodor Blueger from Shttuck St. Mary's (Minn.). In 51 games, he had 88 points (24-64)— Seth Rorabaugh (@emptynetters) June 23, 2012
Blueger comes from Shattuck St. Mary's high school in Minnesota, which produced a player some might be a tad familiar with in Sidney Crosby. Blueger does not even turn 18 years old until August, so he has plenty of time to fill out his 6-foot, 171-pound frame.
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