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Wild selects Marshall Warren with the 166th overall pick

Defenseman's 34 points in 58 games ranked fourth among USNTDP U18 D-men.

by Brian Halverson /

VANCOUVER -- With three left wings and a center already in the fold from the 2019 NHL Draft, the Minnesota Wild chose left-shot defenseman Marshall Warren with the first of its two sixth-round selections at No. 166 overall.

Here is a look at Marshall Warren's stats:

Height: 5-foot-11

Weight: 170 lbs.

Shoots: Left

Hometown: Laurel Hollow, NY

2018-19 team: USNTDP U18

NHL Central Scouting Rank: 61st (North American skaters)

Scouting report: A skilled puck handler and protector on the blue line, Warren's 34 points (8-26=34) in 58 games ranked fourth among USNTDP U18 defensemen. Warren is an excellent skater with a quick first step and is a calm puck carrier with an ability to quickly move the puck up ice.

The Boston College commit, like teammate and Wild first-round pick Matt Boldy, Warren is a skilled two-way defenseman who is not afraid to jump up into the play in the offensive zone when needed. He possesses great hockey sense and decision-making skills from the back end.

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