NHL Draft 2013: 2nd round concludes, Bolland traded to Maple Leafs

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A complete look at selections 31-through-61 in the 2013 NHL Draft.

The second round of the 2013 NHL Draft included some notable trades, as the Buffalo Sabres traded defenseman Andrej Sekera to the Carolina Hurricanes for Jamie McBain and the No. 35 overall selection, while the Chicago Blackhawks acquired two selections in the 2013 Draft and an additional pick in the 2014 draft from the Toronto Maple Leafs for Dave Bolland.

Here's a complete rundown of selections No. 31 through 61:

31. Florida: Ian McCoshen
32. Colorado: Chris Bigras
33. Tampa Bay: Adam Ernie
34. Montreal: Jacob De La Rose
35. Buffalo: JT Compher
36. Montreal: Zach Fucale
37. Los Angeles: Valentin Zykov
38. Buffalo: Connor Hurley
39. Phoenix: Laurent Dauphin
40. Dallas: Remi Elie
41. Philadelphia: Robert Hagg
42. New Jersey: Steve Santini
43. Winnipeg: Nick Petan
44. Pittsburgh: Tristian Jarry
45. Anaheim: Nick Sorensen
46. Minnesota: Gustav Olofsson
47. St. Louis: Tommy Vannelli
48. Detroit: Zach Mastasiuk
49. San Jose: Gabryel Boudreau
50. Columbus: Dillon Heatherington
51. Chicago: Carl Dahlstrom
52. Buffalo: Justin Bailey
53. Washington: Madison Bowey
54. Dallas: Philippe Desrosiers
55. Montreal: Artturi Lehkonen
56. Edmonton: Marc-Olivier Roy
57. St. Louis: William Carrier
58. Detroit: Tyler Bertuzzi
59. Winnipeg: Eric Comrie
60. Boston: Linus Arnesson
61. Washington: Zachary Sanford

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