Oilers beat out Bruins for No. 1 pick
TORONTO -- After finishing with a league-low 62 points, the Edmonton Oilers have won the NHL draft lottery for the first overall pick.
Boston, the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, will pick second in the June 25-26 draft after acquiring Toronto's first-round pick in an offseason trade that sent Phil Kessel to the Maple Leafs.
The Oilers (27-47-8) came into the annual lottery Tuesday with a 25 percent chance of securing the top pick and will select first for the ...
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