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2015 Draft Journal

by Chris Lund / Toronto Maple Leafs



It's Day Two of the NHL Draft in Sunrise. It'll be a busy day for the Leafs who own nine picks today. As a result, they'll have 10 picks in a draft for the first time in 14 years. Settle in for a day of rapid fire drafting, which is sure to see the club bolster its pipeline.

1:40 PM: The Leafs used their last two picks on Stephen Desrocher of the Oshawa Generals and Nikita Korostelev of the Sarnia Sting. That's a wrap on the 2015 NHL Draft.

12:23 PM: The Leafs have selected Dmytro Timashov of the Quebec Remparts with the 125th overall pick.

12:20 PM: Get a look at new Leafs defender Martin Marincin.



12:08 PM:
THINGS ARE HAPPENING!

The Leafs have made four selections, taking Jeremy Bracco, Andrew Nielsen, Martins Dzierkals and Jesper Lindgren with four of their picks.

Following the Lindgren selection the Leafs packaged the 107th pick with Brad Ross and acquired defenceman Martin Marincin from the Oilers.

10:55 AM: Meet Travis Dermott.

Travis Dermott (@travisdermott) says hello, #Leafs Nation. #TMLtalk #TMLDraft

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10:40 AM: With the 34th overall selection, the Maple Leafs picked Travis Dermott of the Erie Otters.


9:59 AM: Colorado trades 31 to San Jose for pick 39, a 2016 second rounder and Colorado's sixth in 2016.

9:55 AM: For those who want to tune in to rounds 2-7, we'll be streaming them at mapleleafs.com/live.


9:30 AM: We're on the Draft Floor for Day Two. A rundown of the team's nine picks is available below.



Welcome to the MapleLeafs.com journal live from the NHL Draft in Sunrise, Florida at the BB&T Center. The Leafs currently hold the fourth and 24th overall selections on Friday. We'll update the goings-on as they happen below.

11:30 PM: Here's what Mark Hunter had to say following the conclusion of round one.


10:15 PM: The Leafs have traded pick 29 for picks 34 and 68. They now own nine picks on day two of the NHL Draft: 34, 61, 65, 68, 95, 107, 125, 155 and 185.

10:10 PM: The Leafs are back on the clock at 29. Here's a list of who went where.

Philadelphia selects Travis Konecny
Winnipeg selects Jack Roslovic
Montreal selects Noah Juulsen
Anaheim selects Jacob Larsson
Islanders select Anthony Beauvillier

9:45 PM: The Leafs swapped pick 24 to Philadelphia in exchange for picks 29 and 61. With the gap between players so much smaller at this stage of the draft, the ability to stockpile picks becomes much more valuable

9:40 PM: The Leafs are on the clock. Here's how the draft shook out prior to 24.

Winnipeg selects Kyle Connor
Ottawa selects Thomas Chabot
Detroit selects Evgeny Svechnikov
Minnesota selects Joel Eriksson Ek
Ottawa selects Colin White
Washington selects Ilya Samsonov
Vancouver selects Brock Boeser

9:25 PM: A message from Mitch Marner and a look at his first meeting with the head coach of the Maple Leafs.

Mitch Marner has a message for #Leafs Nation. #TMLtalk #TMLDraft

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9:00 PM: Trade update? Trade update!

The Buffalo Sabres acquired Jamie McGinn and Ryan O'Reilly in exchange for Mikhail Grigorenko, Nikita Zadorov, JT Compher and the 31st overall pick.

The Edmonton Oilers acquired Griffin Reinhart in exchange for the 16th and 33rd overall picks.

8:48 PM: The picks since the Leafs took Mitch Marner are as follows:

Carolina selects Noah Hanifin
New Jersey selects Pavel Zacha
Philadelphia selects Ivan Provorov
Columbus selects Zach Werenski
San Jose selects Timo Meier
Colorado selects Mikko Rantanen
Florida selects Lawson Crouse
Dallas selects Dennis Gurianov
Boston selects Jakub Zboril, Jake DeBrusk and Zachary Senyshyn
New York Islanders select Mathew Barzal

7:38 PM: With Dylan Strome headed to Arizona, the Leafs select Mitch Marner with the fourth overall selection.


7:24 PM: Buffalo selects Jack Eichel. Another stunner early in round one.

7:18 PM: The Edmonton Oilers take Connor McDavid. What a plot twist.

7:00 PM: Roll call is complete courtesy of Mr. Jim Gregory. Now we wait.

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