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It’s been a well known fact that the Boston Bruins were coveting Windsor star winger Taylor Hall in the months leading up to the NHL Entry Draft. The only problem for the team was that the Edmonton Oilers were sharing the same sentiment and just so happened to be picking one spot ahead of them at number one overall.

Over the last few weeks Edmonton GM Steve Tambellini was careful not to show his hand, and left open the possibility that they could pass on Hall. But when push came to shove, the Oilers dashed Boston’s hopes and went in the direction many figured they would, selecting the potential franchise changer with the number one pick.

Boston team officials watched as Taylor walked to the stage and gracefully donned an Edmonton jersey while images of excited ...

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