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Columbus Blue Jackets Second Day Selections

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Columbus Blue Jackets Picks - Rounds Two Through Seven

#   - Name                     Birthdate     Born                Hgt.   Wgt.   League-Team             Pos.   Sht/Cth
37 - STEFAN LEGEIN 11/24/1988 Oakville, ON  5'9"   170     OHL-MISSISSAUGA    RW     Right

53 - WILL WEBER       10/28/1988 Gaylord, MI    6'4"    205     GAYLORD HS-Mich.   Def.     Left

68 - JAKE HANSEN     8/21/1989   St.Paul, MN   6'0"    168     USHL-SIOUX FALLS  Wing   Right

94 - MAXIM MAYOROV 3/26/1989   Leninogorsk, RUS 6'2" 187 RUS-2-LENINOGORSK Wing Left

158 - ALLEN YORK      6/17/1989   Wetaskiwin, ALB 6'4"    170     AJHL-CAMROSE      Goalie  Left

211 - TRENT VOGELHUBER 7/13/1988 Dublin, OH 6'2" 185 NAHL-ST. LOUIS     RW      Right

Stefan Legein - 500K

The Central Scouting report read:
A skilled forward with a good work ehtic... is a two-way player with a high energy style... has excellent speed and is a feisty fore-checker... takes the body well and is not afraid to be hit... has an accurate shot... plays the role of agitator which increases his number of penalties... needs to improve strength of his shot. Scouting Video - 300K l 700K

He was one of 40 draft-eligible prospects at the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game. He was an OHL All-Star for Mississauga in the Eastern Conference and won the fastest skater at the skills competition, while registering 2-1-3 in the game. Legein finished 11th in the league in goals scored for the 2006-07 season.

Will Weber - 300K

Will was the No. 1 overall pick in the United States Hockey League Draft and will play for the Chicago Steel next season.

Jake Hansen

Jake played 15 regular season games and seven playoff games with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the United States Hockey League. Sioux Falls won the Clark Cup Championship in 2006-07. In the regular season he tallied 4-4-8 with 14 penalty minutes, including two power-play goals. In the playoffs, he had 0-2-2 with six penalty minutes and was a +1 plus/minus in seven post season games.

Maxim Mayorov -  300K l 700K

The Central Scouting report read:
A power forward that protects the puck well... is strong on his skates and has good first step quickness... has good puck skills and is effective in front of the net... has a strong physical presence.

Mayorov played for Team Russia at the 2007 Under-18 Five Nation Tournament. He had 6-4-10 and six penalty minutes in 28 games for Leninogorsk in the Russian-2 league last season.

Trent Vogelhuber - 300K

Trent, who was born in Cleveland and then moved to Dublin, Ohio, became the first Central Ohio product to be taken in the NHL Draft.
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