The 2012 NHL Entry Draft is rolling along at a fast and furious pace on Saturday, as teams make selections in rounds two through seven. The Florida Panthers have only four total picks in the 2012 draft, with three taking place on Saturday. Two picks are in the books already, with the Panthers choosing Steven Hodges in the third round an Alexander Delnov in the fourth round. Via the team's official twitter feed:
With the 84th pick (3rd Round) in the #NHLDraft, #FlaPanthers select Steven Hodges— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) June 23, 2012
Thirty slots later, Florida took Russian winger Delnov:
With the 114th pick (4th Round) in the #NHLDraft, #FlaPanthers select Alexander Delnov.— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) June 23, 2012
The Panthers have one selection remaining Saturday, in the sixth round, barring any trades. It is the 174th pick overall.
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