Comments Off on 2010 NHL Entry Draft: Taylor Hall Goes First , Tyler Seguin Second
As expected, the Edmonton Oilers used the No. 1 pick to select Taylor Hall, while the Boston Bruins selected Tyler Seguin with the second overall pick.

Hall, who won back-to-back Memorial Cups and Memorial Cup MVPs, gives the Oilers a very talented offensive-minded forward who should bring a certain amount of cache and respect back to the fledgling Oilers franchise.

In Seguin, the Bruins get a player who won the OHL scoring title and is the more well-rounded of the two top picks. Given Seguin’s skillset, the Bruins feel as if he is ready to step into their everyday lineup as a top-six forward. While I am sure that Bruins GM Peter Chirarelli received plenty of phone calls regarding the second overall pick, there was never any doubt that he would keep the pick. Many ...

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