2015 NHL Mock Draft- Who Will the Boston Bruins Pick


The team at FanSided are hard at work breaking down players and teams as they head into the 2015 NHL Entry Draft taking place at the end of the month. In anticipation of this event, the organization has tasked its teams to dig down and make their picks for who they should take in the first round.

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While the Boston Bruins don’t get to pick until fourteenth, there are still a lot of great players in this year’s draft class. So, breaking down the facts and figures, the team at Causeway Crowd started making plans for who would be available when our turn to bat came up.

Here’s who the thirteen teams before us chose in this year’s NHL Entry Draft.

The Edmonton Oilers team over at Oil On Whyte quickly chose Connor McDavid as the first overall pick in this year’s draft.

The Buffalo Sabres squad at Saber Noise were up next, and unsurprisingly snapped up Jack Eichel as the number two pick.

Next up was the Arizona Coyotes team at Howlin Hockey. They went with Dylan Strome as the number three selection this year.

In fourth position was the Toronto Maple Leafs crew at Editor in Leaf. Team Toronto went with Mitch Marner.

The fifth overall pick belonged to the Carolina Hurricanes. The team at Cardiac Cane decided to go with Noah Hanifan.

The team at Pucks and Pitchforks selected sixth for the New Jersey Devils, and they went with Mathew Barzal.

Broad Street Buzz had the seventh choice in the draft, and on behalf of the Philadelphia Flyers, they chose Lawson Crouse.

The Columbus Blue Jackets had the eighth pick this time around, and the team at Union and Blue went with Zach Werenski.

The team at Blades of Teal, representing the San Jose Sharks went with Pavel Zacha as the ninth overall pick.

Rounding out the top ten was Mile High Sticking. On behalf of the Colorado Avalanche, they selected Mikko Rantanen.

The Florida Panthers had the eleventh spot this time around, and the team over at The Rat Trick selected Ivan Provorov.

The Dallas Stars came up next, and the team at Blackout Dallas grabbed Jeremy Roy (before we could) as the twelfth pick of this year’s draft. (Here’s what we thought of him as a draft choice.)

The team at Rink Royalty ended up with the thirteenth slot. On behalf of the Los Angeles Kings, they went and grabbed (taking our next likely choice with them) Paul Bittner.

Now it’s our turn, and we’ll let you know who we picked later today.

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