There was a lot of intrigue after the first two picks of the 2015 NHL Draft. CHL players were front and centre for most of it, including Sarnia's Pavel Zacha, who jumped all the way to No. 6.
Swedish winger John Dahlstrom was taken 211th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks - the last pick in the NHL Draft. But he intends to channel the luck of Patric Horqvist to beat his long odds.
Mike Babcock continues to relish the challenge of being the head coach of the Maple Leafs, despite waking up scared every morning, with a goal to develop good hockey players but first and foremost, good human beings.
Peter Chiarelli wouldn't take all the credit for what the Edmonton Oilers did at the NHL Draft, stating that Craig MacTavish was the one who laid down the foundation that allowed him to do what he did.
He dominated the rinks in his home country China, moved to Canada to find better competition and now is honoured to be the first Chinese-born hockey player drafted in the NHL Draft, a huge moment for his place of birth.