The 2012 NHL Entry Draft rolls on Saturday, with team's burning through selections in rounds two through seven. The Pittsburgh Penguins have already chosen center Theodor Blueger in round two on Saturday, and now have added another center and a goalie to the mix in round three. Via Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Penguins take Swedish C Oskar Sundqvist with their first choice in Round 3.— Dave Molinari (@MolinariPG) June 23, 2012
Just two selections later, the Penguins chose a netminder:
Penguins take Sault Ste. Marie G Matthew Murray with their second choice in Round 3.— Dave Molinari (@MolinariPG) June 23, 2012
In six years, Pittsburgh general manager Ray Shero has only selected six European-born players. In the 2012 draft, Shero has already chosen three.
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