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Bruins Draft Review
September 18, 2019
A few days before the WEHL draft started, the Boston Bruins scouting staff was in a panic. They had too many guys they wanted to draft and not nearly enough draft picks. This led to the Bruins flexing their financial muscle and buying 2 late round picks in the draft.

Round 3 Pick 88 - Dominik Kahun

The Bruins were excited to draft Czech-born German Dominik Kahun in the 3rd round. The Bruins had spent the previous 2 rounds trying to acquire a pick to get this shifty offensive minded forward. Boston believes this is the guy that is going to score the most NHL points this season of all the players in the 2019 WEHL draft.

Round 4 - Pick 118 - Josef Korenar

The Bruins shored up the goaltender depth by picking the AHL all-star Josef Korenar. He is an athletic goalie who had a 2.54 GAA and a SV% of .911 in his first full season in the AHL. He is likely the 3rd goalie on the NHL Sharks depth chart for the upcoming season.

Round 4 - Pick 122 - Joel L'Esperance

Continuing the trend of picking guys who are close to NHL ready, the Bruins selected 6'2 210lb forward Joel L'Esperance with their 2nd pick in the 4th round. He is a goal scorer and was 2nd in the AHL in goals per game with 30 goals in 54 games. He also was able to score twice in 18 NHL games last season.

Round 5 - Pick 140 - Axel Jonsson-Fjallby

The Bruins added to their depth up front with their first of 4 5th round picks when they selected Axel Jonsson-Fjallby. Jonsson-Fjallby is known for his blazing speed and his long blonde hair. He has Michael Grabner upside as is sound defensively but can also put the puck in the net.

Round 5 - Pick 151 - Yegor Zamula

Bucking the Bruins trend, the team selected a 19 year old undrafted dman Yegor Zamula in the 5th round. The 6'3 string bean had 56 points in 61 games in the WHL last season after signing an NHL contract after being a camp invite in Philadelphia. He will be spending another season in Calgary playing for the Hitmen but has the potential to become a top 4 dman with great offensive skills.

Round 5 - Pick 153 - Otto Leskinen

Following in the footsteps of last year's pick of Lawrence Pilut, the Bruins selected Otto Leskinen in the 5th round. Leskinen was one of the top dmen in the Liiga last season with 31 points in 57 games. He is an undersized dmen known for his ability to break the puck out of his end quickly and efficiently.

Round 5 - Pick 155 - Mr Irrelevant - Mat Robson

The Bruins added another goalie to their stable with the final pick in the draft when they selected Mat Robson. This 6'3 23 year old has signed an NHL contract with the Minnesota Wild after playing at the University of Minnesota for the past two seasons.
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