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Jack Eichel (l.) became the highest-drafted NCAA player in 8 years when the Buffalo Sabres selected him with the No. 2 overall pick in the NHL Draft on Friday in Florida. He joined BC's Noah Hanifin (r.) and Michigan's Zach Werenski in becoming the first NCAA trio ever selected in the top eight. In all, seven current or incoming college players were taken in the first round with the rest of the draft Saturday.

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