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Recap of the Ottawa Senators' Draft

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A quick place to find all the players who were drafted by the Sens in 2015

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Overall, the Ottawa Senators took home eight players, which is one more than the average. The fact that half of those picks came in the first or second round is very promising. It was no 2011, but Ottawa may have managed to get some solid future pieces in here. Here's a recap of who was picked each round.

First Round

18th overall: Thomas Chabot, D, Saint John (QMJHL)

From the Robin Lehner/David Legwand trade:

21st overall: Colin White, C, USA NTDP

We also did a more in-depth look at these two prospects.

Second Round

The Sens had the Dallas Stars' pick from the Jason Spezza trade. They then traded up to use New Jersey's pick.

36th overall: Gabriel Gagne, RW, Victoriaville (QMJHL)

The Sens also had their own pick in the second round, which they used to take their third player from the Québec league in four picks

48th overall: Filip Chlapik, C, Charlottetown (QMJHL)

The Sens had no third-round pick because of the Ales Hemsky trade.

Fourth Round

As part of the Eric Gryba trade, the Sens got a fourth-round pick, 107th overall

107th overall: Christian Wolanin, Muskegon (USHL)

The Sens also still had their own pick, with which they took a player with a fantastic name:

109th overall: Filip Ahl, HV71 (SHL)

Fifth Round

139th overall: Christian Jaros, Lulea (SHL)

The Sens also had no sixth-round pick because of the Hemsky trade.

Seventh Round

199th overall: Joel Daccord, Cushing Academy (USHS)