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Edmonton had the No. 1 pick for the third straight year. Columbus had the second pick and the biggest name available on the trade market in Rick Nash. Anaheim and Vancouver had some enticing chips on the table as well, with the Ducks and Canucks perhaps ready to part with Bobby Ryan and Roberto Luongo, respectively. But in the end, it was the host Penguins who stole the show at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft in Pittsburgh. The Penguins pulled off the biggest deal of the weekend, shipping Jordan Staal to Carolina for a package that included Brandon Sutter, Brian...
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