2010 NHL Entry Draft: Second day results

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Here are the results on the second through seventh rounds of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. We’ll be keeping you up to date throughout the day on every single pick on the second day of the draft.

We won’t have detailed analysis of every single pick, but we will be updating on trade rumors and any moves that are made today. We’ll also have some thoughts on certain picks as they come.

We’ll link a player’s name with any specific thoughts we may have.

Second round:

31. Edmonton Oilers – Tyler Pitlick, C

32. Boston Bruins – Jared Knight, C

33. Florida Panthers – John McFarland, LW

34. Columbus Blue Jackets – Dalton Smith, LW

35. Chicago Blackhawks – Ludwig Rensfeldt, LW

36. Florida Panthers – Alexander Petrovic, D

37. Carolina Hurricanes – Justin Faulk, D

38. New Jersey – Jonathon Merrill, D

39. Minnesota Wild – Brett Bulmer, RW

40. NY Rangers – Christian Thomas, RW

41. Dallas Stars – Patrik Nemeth, D

42. Anaheim Ducks – Devante Smith-Pelly, RW

43. Toronto Maple Leafs – Bradley Ross, LW

44. St. Louis Blues – Sebastian Wannstrom, RW

45. Boston Bruins – Ryan Spooner, C

46. Edmonton Oilers – Martin Marincin, D

47. Los Angeles Kings – Tyler Toffoli, C

48. Edmonton Oilers – Curtis Hamilton, LW

49. Colorado Avalanche – Calvin Pickard, G

50. Florida Panthers –  Connor Brickley, C

51. Detroit Red Wings – Calle Jarnkrok, C

52. Phoenix Coyotes – Philip Lane, C

53. Carolina Hurricanes – Mark Alt, D

54. Chicago Blackhawks – Justin Holl, D

55. Columbus Blue Jackets – Petr Straka, RW

56. Minnesota Wild – Johan Larsson

57. Phoenix Coyotes – Oscar Lindberg

58. Chicago Blackhawks – Kent Simpson

59. Minnesota Wild – Jason Zucker, LW

60. Chicago Blackhawks – Stephen Johns, D

Third through seventh rounds after the jump….


Third Round:

61. Edmonton Oilers – Ryan Martindale, C

62. Toronto Maple Leafs – Greg McKegg, C

63. Tampa Bay Lighting – Brock Beukeboom, D

64. Calgary Flames – Max Reinhart, C

65. New York Islanders – Kieill Kabanov, C

66. Tampa Bay Lighting, Radko Gudas, D

67. Carolina Hurricanes – Danny Biega, D

68. Buffalo Sabres – Jerome Gauthier – Leduc, D

69. Florida Panthers – Joe Basaraba,

70.  Los Angeles Kings – Jordan Weal, C

71. Colorado Avalanche – Michael Bournival, LW

72. Tampa Bay Lightning – Adam Janosik, D

73. Calgary Flames – Joey Leach, D

74. St. Louis Blues – Max Gardiner, C

75. Buffalo Sabres – Kevin Sundher, C

76. Ottawa Senators – Jakub Culek, LW

77. Dallas Stars – Alex Guptill, LW

78. Nashville Predators – Taylor Aronson

79. Toronto Maple Leafs – Sondre Olden, W

80. Pittsburgh Penguins – Bryan Rust, RW

81. Detroit Red Wings – Louis-Marc Aubry, C

82. New York Islanders – Jason Clark

83. Buffalo Sabres – Matt Mackenzie, D

84. New Jersey Devils –  Scott Wedgewood, G

85. Carolina Hurricanes – Austin Levi, D

86. Washington Capitals – Stanislav Galiev, RW

87. Atlanta Thrashers – Julian Melchiori, D

88. San Jose Sharks – Max Gaede, RW

89. Philadelphia Flyers – Michael Chaput, C

90. Chicago Blackhawks – Jochen Nordstrom, C

Fourth Round:

91. Edmonton Oilers – Jeremie Blain, D

92. Florida Panthers – Sam Brittain, G

93. Florida Panthers – Benjamin Gallacher, D

94. Columbus Blue Jackets – Brandon Archibald, D

95. Colorado Avalanche – Stephan Silas, D

96. Tampa Bay Lighting – Geoffrey Schemitsch, D

97. Boston Bruins – Craig Cunningham, LW

98. Buffalo Sabres – Steven Shipley, C

99. Florida Panthers – Joonas Donskoi, RW

100. NY Rangers – Andrew Yogan, C/LW

101. Atlanta Thashers – Ivan Telegin, LW

102. Columbus Blue Jackets – Mathieu Corbeil-Theriault, G

103. Calgary Flames – John Ramage, D

104. St. Louis Blues – Jani Hakanpaa, D

105. Carolina Hurricanes – Justin Shugg, LW

106. Ottawa Senators – Markus Sorensen, RW

107. Colorado Avalanche – Sami Aittokallio, G

108. Calgary Flames – Bill Arnold, C

109. Dallas Stars – Alex Theriau, D

110. Pittsburgh Penguins – Tom Kuehnhackl, RW

111. Detroit Red Wings, Teemu Pulkkinen, LW

112. Washington Capitals – Philip Grubauer, G

113. Montreal Canadiens – Mark MacMillan, C/LW

114. New Jersey Devils – Joe Faust, D

115. Vancouver Canucks – Patrick McNally, D

116. Toronto Maple Leafs – Peter Granberg, D

117. Montreal Canadiens – Morgan Ellis, D

118. Tampa Bay Lightning, James Mullin, C/RW

119. Philadelphia Flyers – Tye McGinn, LW

120. Chicago Blackhawks – Rob Flick, C

Round 5

121. Edmonton Oilers – Tyler Bunz, G

122. Anaheim Ducks – Christopher Wagner, RW

123. Florida Panthers – Zach Hyman, C

124. Columbus Blue Jackets – Austin Madaisky, D

125. NY Islanders – Tony Dehart, D

126. Nashville Predators – Patrick Cehlin, RW

127. San Jose Sharks – Cody Ferriero, C

128. Atlanta Thrashers – Fredrick Pettersson-Wentzel G

129. San Jose Sharks – Freddie Hamilton, C

130. NY Rangers – Jason Wilson, LW

131. Dallas Stars – John Klingberg, D

132. Anaheim Ducks – Tim Heed, D

133. Calgary Flames – Micheal Ferland, LW

134. St. Louis Blues – Cody Beach, RW

135. Boston Bruins – Justin Florek, LW

136. San Jose Sharks – Isaac Macleod, D

137. Colorado Avalanche – Troy Rutkowski, D

138. Phoenix Coyotes – Louis Domingue, G

139. Colorado Avalanhce – Luke Walker, RW

140. Pittsburgh Penguins – Kenneth Agostino, LW

141. Detroit Red Wings – Petr Mrazek, G

142. Washington Capitals – Caleb Herbert, C

143. Buffalo Sabres – Gregg Sutch,  RW

144. Toronto Maple Leafs – Sam Carrick, C

145. Vancouver Canucks – Adam Polasek, D

146. Toronto Maple Leafs – Daniel Brodin, LW

147. Montreal Canadiens – Brendan Gallagher, RW

148. Los Angeles Kings – Kevin Gravel, D

149. Philadelphia Flyers – Michael Parks, RW

150. Atlanta Thrashers – Yasin Cisse, RW

Round 6

151. Chicago Blackhawks – Mirko Hoefflin, C

152. Pittsburgh Penguins – Joe Rogalski, D

153. Florida Panthers – Corey Durocher, LW

154. Columbus Blue Jackets – Dalton Prout, D

155. Atlanta Thrashers – Kendall McFaull, D

156. Tampa Bay Lightning – Brenden O’Donnell, C

157. NY Rangers – Jesper Fasth, RW

158. Los Angeles Kings – Maxim Kitsyn, LW

159. Minnesota Wild – Johan Gustafsson, G

160. Atlanta Thrashers – Tanner Lane, C

161. Anaheim Ducks – Andreas Dahlstrom, C/RW

162. Edmonton Oilers – Brandon Davidson, D

163. San Jose Sharks – Konrad Abeltshauser, D

164. St. Louis Blues – Stephen Macaulay, LW

165. Boston Bruins – Zane Gothberg, G

166. Edmonton Oilers – Drew Czerwonka, LW

167. Carolina Hurricanes – Tyler Stahl, D

168. Nashville Predators – Anthony Bitetto, D

169. Atlanta Thrashers – Sebastian Owuya, D

170. Pittsburgh Penguins – Reid McNeill, D

171. Detroit Red Wings – Brooks Macek, C

172. Vancouver Canucks – Alex Friesen, C

173. Buffalo Sabres – Cedrick Henley, LW

174. New Jersey Devils – Maxime Clermont, G

175. Vancouver Canucks – Jonathan Iilahti, G

176. Washington Capitals – Samuel Carrier, D

177. Anaheim Ducks – Kevin Lind, D

178. Ottawa Senators – Mark Stone, RW

179. Philadelphia Flyers – Nicholas Luuko, D

180. Chicago Blackhawks – Nick Mattson, D

Round 7

181. Edmonton Oilers – Kristians Pelss, C/LW

182. Toronto Maple Leafs – Josh Nicholls, RW

183. Florida Panthers – R.J. Boyd, D

184. Columbus Blue Jackets – Martin Oullette, D

185. New York Islanders –  Cody Rosen, G

186. Tampa Bay Lightning – Teigan Zahn, D

187. Carolina Hurricanes – Frederik Anderson, G

188. San Jose Sharks – Lee Moffie, D

189. Minnesota Wild – Dylen McKinlay, RW

190. New York Rangers – Randy McNaught, RW

191. Chicago Blackhawks  – MacMillian Carruth, G

192.  Anaheim Ducks – Brett Perlini, RW

193. Calgary Flames – Patrick Holland, RW

194. Nashville Predators – David Elsner, RW

195. Boston Bruins – Maxime Chudinov, D

196. Ottawa Senators – Bryce Aneloski, D

197. Colorado Avalanche – Luke Moffatt, C

198. Nashville Predators – Joonas Rask, C

199. Calgary Flames – Peter Stoykewych, D
 
200. Nashville Predators – Chistopher Crane, RW

201. Detroit Red Wings – Benjamin Marshall, D

202.  Edmonton Oilers – Kellen Jones, C/LW

203. Buffalo Sabres – Christian Isackson, RW

204. New Jersey Devils – Mauro Jorg, RW

205. Vancouver Canucks – Sawyer Hannay, D

206. Philadelphia Flyers – Ricard Blidstrand, D

207. Montreal Canadiens – John Westin, LW

208. Buffalo Sabres – Riley Boychuk, LW

209. Philadelphia Flyers – Brendan Ranford, LW

210. Boston Bruins – Zach Trotman, D

Bergeron takes advantage of slow Sens change, sends Game 6 to OT (Video)

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Every game in this Senators – Bruins series has been decided by one goal, so why not send Game 6 to overtime?

Oh, and speaking of overtime, this contest going beyond regulation makes it 17 OT games, tying an NHL record for the most in a single round.

Ottawa appeared to take a “lazy change” with a 2-1 lead, and Patrice Bergeron made the Senators pay, putting in a rebound to collect the goal that eventually sent this contest to overtime.

VIDEO: Bruins take three delay of game penalties in first period

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The delay of game-puck over the glass rule is the one call in the NHL that gets made pretty consistently. It might get missed on occasion, but it’s a pretty black and white rule.

If you shoot the puck over the glass in your own defensive zone without it hitting another object, it is a penalty. Really nothing to argue about there.

The Boston Bruins had some issues with it in the first period of Sunday’s playoff game against the Ottawa Senators when they took three — three! — delay of game penalties in the first 15 minutes of Game 6, giving the Senators plenty of opportunities to draw first on the scoreboard.

It all started 17 seconds into the game when Sean Kuraly, the Bruins’ Game  5 overtime hero, was guilty of it. Twelve minutes later, Joe Morrow was guilty of it. Then three minutes after that, Colin Miller sent one over the glass. You can see them all in the video above.

Fortunately for the Bruins they were able to kill off all three penalties and keep the game scoreless.

Because hockey can sometimes be a random, unpredictable and maddening game, the Bruins got a power play of their own late in the period when Mark Stone was sent off for tripping. It took the Bruins less than a minute to capitalize when Drew Stafford scored his first goal of the playoffs to give his team a 1-0 lead.

So through all of that — three penalties and a 12-6 shots disadvantage that included a clear breakaway on Tuukka Rask — the Bruins went into the first intermission with the lead.

The lead did not last long into the second period, however, thanks to Ottawa goals from Bobby Ryan and Kyle Turris.

The Bruins’ issues keeping the puck in play in the period was very reminiscent of that Penguins-Capitals playoff game a year ago when the Penguins, when trying to protect a third period lead, took three consecutive delay of game penalties in the third period of Game 6, opening the door for a Capitals comeback that sent the game to overtime. The Penguins ended up winning the game anyway to clinch the series.

Couture wants Sharks to re-sign Thornton, Marleau

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The San Jose Sharks 3-1 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night was not only the end of their 2016-17 season, it could have also been the end of an era.

With veterans Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau eligible for unrestricted free agency on July 1, their future with the team remains uncertain, and neither one seemed prepared to talk about it in the immediate aftermath of Saturday’s defeat.

Sharks forward Logan Couture was asked if he wants to see the two players return next season and made it pretty clear that he does.

“You’re asking a guy who’s played with those guys for eight years,” said Couture, via Paul Gackle of the Mecrury News. “I love those guys. They play hard. If you guys only knew what they play through. The respect level that I have for those two guys is just through the roof.”

There are a number of variables that are going to play a role in whether or not the two leading scorers in franchise history will be back.

Along with their willingness to return is the fact that both players will be entering their age 38 seasons and already showed some signs of slowing down this season. How much cap space are the Sharks going to be willing to invest in the duo when they already have $55.7 million in salary cap space committed to 16 players for next season, especially given their ages.

If this does turn out to be the end for Thornton and/or Marleau in San Jose their time will be remembered more for not winning a Stanley Cup and probably not for how much success they have actually had on the ice, both individually and as a team. Not only have Thornton and Marleau been two of the NHL’s best and most productive players over the past decade, but the Sharks have been one of the NHL’s best teams. Since the 2005-06 season, when Thornton first arrived in San Jose, the Sharks have won a league best 547 regular season games (11 more than the team with the second-most wins, the Pittsburgh Penguins) while their 64 playoff wins are tied for the fourth most (Anaheim Ducks) behind only the Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Blackhawks, and Detroit Red Wings.

WATCH LIVE: Maple Leafs, Bruins facing elimination on Sunday

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It is a win or go home situation for the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs on Sunday, as both teams enter their respective Game 6s facing elimination in their first-round playoff series’.

The Bruins need to beat the Ottawa Senators to force a Game 7 on Tuesday night, while the Toronto Maple Leafs need a win to extend their series against the Presidents’ Trophy winning Washington Capitals to a decisive seventh game on Wednesday.

Both games will be shown on the NBC Networks and streamed online.

Here is all of the information you need for Sunday’s games.

Boston Bruins vs. Ottawa Senators

Time: 3:00 p.m. ET

Network: NBC (Stream Online Here)

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Washington Capitals

Time: 7:00 p.m. ET

Network: NBCSN (Stream Online Here)