Follow the Boston Bruins draft results at the 2018 NHL Draft right here on! Get live updates on all of their draft picks, plus any trades that GM Don Sweeney might make. The B’s do not have a first-round pick as of Friday afternoon, but the draft kicks off at 7 p.m. EST on Friday at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.


3:10 p.m.: Bruins announce they have drafted Russian center Pavel Shen with the 212th overall pick, completing their 2018 draft class.

2:32 p.m.: Bruins announce they have drafted Canadian defenseman Dustyn McFaul with the 181st overall pick.

1:10 p.m.: Bruins announce they have drafted American forward Curtis Hall with the 119th overall pick.

12:20 p.m.: Bruins announce they have drafted Czech forward Jakub Lauko with the 77th overall pick.

11:49 a.m.: Bruins announce they have drafted Swedish defenseman Axel Andersson with the 57th overall pick.

Bruins Draft Picks:

No. 57 (Round 2) — D Axel Andersson, Sweden
No. 77 (Round 3, via Panthers) — F Jakub Lauko, Czech Republic
No. 119 (Round 4) — F Curtis Hall, Princeton, N.J.
No. 181 (Round 6) — D Dustyn McFaul, Waterdown, Ontario
No. 212 (Round 7) — F Pavel Shen, Ufa, Russia

Barring a trade, the Bruins’ highest pick comes at No. 57 overall. However, the pick is nothing to scoff at. While it will take at least a few years for the pick to develop either way, there’s always the chance that they find an eventual frontline player in that spot.

Notable Second-Round Picks:

Patrice Bergeron (45th overall, 2003)
David Krejci (63rd overall, 2004)
Milan Lucic (50th overall, 2006)