The draft is over, and there are a bunch of new Sabres that you'll never see for at least three years. Read all about them, and the rest of the draft, right here.
PYSYK SHOULDERED THE LOAD FOR OIL KINGS - Buffalo Sabres
At just 6-foot-1 and 174 pounds, Mark Pysyk doesn't have the broad shoulders of some of the bigger players in the 2010 Entry Draft class. However, he was forced to carry most of the load at both ends of the ice this season for the WHL's Edmonton Oil Kings.
Sabres Take Two Defensemen And A Forward In 3rd Round - WGR 550
The Sabres never traded into the second round, but made three picks in the third round.
Sabres Edge: Devine wraps up the 2010 draft
Although the Sabres came to L.A. looking for forwards, they just had too many defensemen fall to them, he said.
Trades announced at the NHL Entry Draft on Day 2 - NHL.com
There were 5 of them.
A look at the Entry Draft by the numbers - NHL.com - 2010 NHL Entry Draft
The 2010 NHL Entry Draft is history -- and teams will now begin working to help turn the talented youngsters they've selected into actual NHL players.
Winners and Losers at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft - Puck Daddy
Here are some winners and losers for the 2010 Draft, both in players, teams and themes.
Two minutes for snoozing - The Globe and Mail
While the B’s created a buzz and the Canucks and Panthers made a deal, little excitement has come from LA at this years NHL Entry Draft
US program improving, Czechs, Slovaks diminishing - THN
Selection of American players was strong once again, but the once powerful Czech and Slovak programs have severely fallen off.