The first pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft was a lock. The third seemed so, too. Whichever Finn the Winnipeg Jets took at No. 2 — either Patrik Laine of Jesse Puljujarvi — would leave the other to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
But Finnish GM and former scout Jarmo Kekalainen surprised the draft floor Friday night when his club took Pierre-Luc Dubois.
Rory Boylen and Gary Joyce joined Ben Ennis Saturday on Sportsnet Magazine Live to examine the decision that left Puljujarvi to be taken instead by the Edmonton Oilers.