The Columbus Blue Jackets selected Marko Dano with the No. 27 overall selection in the 2013 NHL Draft.
Columbus entered the day with three first-round selections and expressed an interest in trading them in order to improve the team. Instead, the club used all three picks to select players.
Here's a profile on Dano courtesy of In Lou We Trust:
Dano is known among scouts for being a strong skater and a guy who isn't afraid to mix it up on the ice. He is slightly undersized at 5'-11" and 183 pounds, but he seems to throw his weight around decently, regardless. His performances in international competition have caught a lot of people's attention (not always for the right reasons), and while Slovakia isn't extremely talent-rich, he has been a standout for those teams. He can put up some decent scoring numbers, but is also considered a very good two-way player. One concern is that he can get a little bit too into the "agitator" role and seems to spend a lot of time in the penalty box. He has a solid defensive game, though, and can play minutes on both the PK and the power play giving him potential value in all situations.