San Jose Sharks start day two with two early picks

The San Jose Sharks entered the second day of the NHL Draft with 10 draft picks, including two second-round selections.

They used the first of their two second-round picks on Northeastern-bound center, Cameron Lund, at No. 34 overall.

Lund, 18, is a native of Bridgewater, Mass., and had 50 points in 62 games, plus 49 penalty minutes, for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL.

The No. 34 pick originally belonged to Arizona and came over in Thursday’s trade that saw the Sharks send the 11th overall selection to the Coyotes for picks at 27, 34 and 45. San Jose used the 27th overall selection to draft Swedish-born center Filip Bystedt.

Rounds two through seven will be completed today

As of now, the Sharks also hold one third-round pick (No. 76), one in the fourth round (No. 108), two in the fifth round (nos. 138 and 140), one in the sixth round (No 172), and three in the seventh round (nos. 195, 204 and 217).

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