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Penguins take another power forward, Judd Caulfield, with fifth-round pick

Jonathan Bombulie
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VANCOUVER — For the third time in as many picks, the Pittsburgh Penguins chose a power forward in the fifth round of the NHL Draft on Saturday afternoon.

They chose 6-foot-3, 204-pound right wing Judd Caulfield from the U.S. National Team Development Program.

First-rounder Samuel Poulin and third-rounder Nathan Legare are also power forwards.

A North Dakota native, he had 12 goals and 36 points in 64 games last season.

Jonathan Bombulie is a Tribune-Review assistant sports editor. You can contact Jonathan by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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