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So Who Was Selected in Round 2 of the NHL Draft?

Two rounds down, five to go. Read on for the full list of who was selected by which team in Round 2.

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Welcome to Day Two of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft! All 31 picks for Round 2 of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft have been completed. Not all future NHL superstars are drafted in the first round. With that in mind, here is the comprehensive list of who was selected in the first round. Keep an eye on these young players as some of them may turn out to be the next Tyler Seguin or Jamie Benn.

  1. Mattias Samuelsson (defense) selected by the Buffalo Sabres
  2. Jonatan Berggren (right wing) selected by the Detroit Red Wings (from Ottawa and New York Rangers)
  3. Serron Noel (right wing) selected by the Florida Panthers (from Arizona)
  4. Jesse Ylonen (right wing) selected by the Montreal Canadiens
  5. Jared McIsaac (defense) selected by the Detroit Red Wings
  6. Jett Woo (defense) selected by the Vancouver Canucks
  7. Alexander Romanov (defense) selected by the Montreal Canadiens (from Chicago)
  8. Olof Lindbom (goaltender) selected by the New York Rangers
  9. Ryan McLeod (center) selected by the Edmonton Oilers
  10. Bode Wilde (defense) selected by the New York Islanders
  11. Jack Drury (center) selected by the Carolina Hurricanes
  12. Ruslan Iskhakov (center) selected by the New York Islanders (from Calgary)
  13. Albin Eriksson (right wing) selected by the Dallas Stars
  14. Scott Perunovich (defense) selected by the St. Louis Blues
  15. Martin Fehervary (defense) selected by the Washington Capitals (from Florida and New Jersey)
  16. Kody Clark (defense) selected by the Washington Capitals (from Colorado)
  17. Jonathan Tychonick (defense) selected by the Ottawa Senators (from the New York Rangers)
  18. Kirill Marchenko (right wing) selected by the Columbus Blue Jackets
  19. Adam Ginning (defense) selected by the Philadelphia Flyers
  20. Akil Thomas (center) selected by the Los Angeles Kings
  21. Sean Durzi (defense) selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs (from San Jose)
  22. Calen Addison (defense) selected by the Pittsburgh Penguins
  23. Benoit-Olivier Groulx (center) selected by the Anaheim Ducks
  24. Kevin Bahl (defense) selected by the Arizona Coyotes (from Minnesota)
  25. Jacob Olofsson (center) selected by the Montreal Canadiens (from Toronto)
  26. Axel Andersson (defense) selected by the Boston Bruins
  27. Filip Hallander (center) selected by the Pittsburgh Penguins (from Colorado)
  28. Gabriel Fortier (left wing) selected by the Tampa Bay Lightning
  29. David Gustafsson (center) selected by the Winnipeg Jets
  30. Ivan Morozov (center) selected by the Vegas Golden Knights
  31. Olivier Rodrigue (goaltender) selected by the Edmonton Oilers (from Montreal)

Stay tuned here for coverage of the Stars’ picks from Rounds 3 through 7. Want to know more about the Dallas Stars’ pick at 44th? Check out our article on him and stay tuned for more articles in the days to come.