The Boston Bruins had to settle for being runner-up at Tuesday's NHL draft lottery, but they still should come away from the June 25-26 draft with a nice prize.
This year's draft, considered a deep one, is led by Tyler Seguin and Taylor Hall as the top two prospects. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli was on hand in Toronto for the announcement and said afterward he's undecided about which player he would select if he had the choice. The Edmonton Oilers will have the first pick, but Chiarelli said he's excited about having either Hall or Seguin.
Chiarelli told ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun that he would be "very, very content" with either one. "I would be very excited to get either of these players," Chiarelli said.
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