(UPDATE 1:20 PM)- After swinging a pick for pick deal with the Winnipeg Jets, the Sens made consecutive picks at 189 and 190. With the 189th they grabbed Kelly Summers from the Carleton Place Canadians and at 190 they took Francis Perron from Rouyn-Noranda.
(UPDATE 11:48 AM)- With their 100th overall selection, the Senators went with centre Shane Eiserman. Eiserman spent last season with Dubuque of the USHL.
(UPDATE 11:08 AM)- With the 70th overall selection, the Senators take high school defenceman Miles Gendron.
(UPDATE 10:22 AM)- At 40th overall, the Ottawa Senators have selected defenceman Andreas Englund from Djurgarden. In talking about the selection both Bob McKenzie and Craig Button talked about Englund as a project, suggesting that he is a couple years away. Englund is a 6’3 defensive defenceman.
Things did not go the way the Ottawa Senators thought they would in Round 1. No team made an offer that Bryan Murray felt was good enough and as a result, Jason Spezza is still a member of the Ottawa Senators. July 1 becomes the next pressure point for teams looking to add a top line centre but in the meantime, the Sens shift their focus to Day 2 of the Entry Draft.
Ottawa will make their first selection at 40th overall. Will update this post with rumours and draft pick information as they become available.