Your easy guide to all the Sens’ 2016 draft picks
After trading up for the 11 overall pick, the Senators picked centre Logan Brown of the Windsor Spitfires.
The easiest way to keep track of tonight's picks
Since the Senators have a history of taking defenders from Sweden, I previewed some of the potential players who could be selected in the 2016 NHL Draft.
Who could the Senators be taking at #12? Here are a few options on defence.
We decided to make the Sens' first Russian draft pick since 2007
Who could the Senators be taking at #12? Here are a few options at the forward position.
With needs at various positions, the Senators need to take whomever they think is the best player available at the 12th spot overall. At least there are plenty of options.
The Sens have a 2.5% chance of picking 1st-overall!