2010 NHL Draft Analysis: Boston Bruins

June 29th, 2010 by Joel Dundas Leave a reply »
The Boston Bruins got an absolute gift this season when they traded disgruntled winger Phil Kessel to the Toronto Maple Leafs for this year’s first and second round picks. These picks turned out to be the second and thirty second overall picks in the 2010 NHL Draft.

With such a deep draft the Bruins had a chance to rebuild the franchise without even going in a slump.

Having the second pick meant that the Bruins had the pleasure of taking either Taylor Hall or Tyler Seguin. With both promising to be superstar caliber players, the Bruins got an early Christmas gift at the second pick.

That being said, let’s see who the Bruins drafted this year.

With the second overall pick the Bruins were thrilled to select Tyler Seguin from the Plymouth Whalers. Seguin likely has the most potential of any player in the draft, and could very easily turn out to be the best player of the 2010 draft class.

Seguin recorded 106 points in just his second season in the league, and was named the OHL MVP, and the CHL's Top Prospect.

Tyler Seguin is an extremely creative centre, he doesn't have that physical game ...

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