The 2017 NHL Entry Draft has come and gone and the Pittsburgh Penguins have made their mark.
Trading away the 31st pick was one thing, but the Pittsburgh Penguins had other plans in mind when it came to drafting. The Penguins drafted six players, four of whom were defenceman, and were ready to set the path for the next generation of Penguins stars.
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In the end, the Penguins laid the foundation for their future and selected some players. We don’t know how well they will pan out, but we can guess based on what we know. This week on Penguins Talk, we will be judging and grading how the Penguins did at the draft.