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Penguins 2nd-day picks

| Saturday, June 28, 2014, 9:10 p.m.

Penguins 2nd-day picks

Sam Lafferty

Round drafted: Fourth

Position: Right winger

Hometown: Hollidaysburg

Height/weight: 6-0/175 pounds

Shoots: Right

Age: 19

2013-14 stats: 21 goals, 34 assists, 55 points in 25 games at Deerfield Academy


Pre-Draft rankings: Not ranked by International Scouting Service; not ranked by Red Line Report

Anthony Angello

Round drafted: Fifth

Position: Center

Hometown: Albany, N.Y.

Height/weight: 6- 4190

Shoots: Right

Age: 18

2013-14 stats: 11 goals, 10 assists, 21 points in 58 games at Omaha (USHL)

Pre-Draft rankings: Not ranked by International Scouting Service; ranked No. 281 by Red Line Report

Jaden Lindo

Round drafted: Sixth

Position: Right wing

Hometown: Brampton, Ontario

Height/weight: 6- 1194

Shoots: Right

Age: 18

2013-14 stats: Nine goals and nine assists in 40 games at Owen Sound (OHL)

Pre-Draft rankings: Ranked No. 116 by Intentional Scouting Service; ranked No. 222 by Red Line Report

Jeff Taylor

Round drafted: Seventh

Position: Defenseman

Hometown: Albany, N.Y.

Height/weight: 6-0/180

Shoots: Left

Age: 18

2013-14 stats: Three goals and 13 assists in 41 games at Union College (NCAA)

Pre-Draft rankings: Not ranked by International Scouting Service; not ranked by Red Line Report

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