The dust has settled on the 2013 NHL Draft, and the teams and scouts have returned home for some well-deserved time off.
It was an eventful day that saw 211 prospects join NHL organizations and eight players switch teams in 16 trades.
Each team arrived at Prudential Center with a plan in place and certain goals it wanted to accomplish. Here's a quick look at all 30 teams, what it was thought they would do, and what they left New Jersey with:
The thought: They've invested heavily in young forwards recently, but with a draft deep in skilled forwards, would they look for another? Or would one of the rich crop of young blueliners be too much to pass on?
The results: The Ducks got a little of both. With their first-round pick they selected solid two-way blueliner Shea Theodore from the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League, and in the second round got skilled Danish forward Nick Sorensen, who got stuck in a numbers crunch in 2012-13 with Quebec in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Finnish center Miro Aaltonen could turn into a steal in the sixth round if he recovers from a broken ankle.