The Boston Bruins and general manager Don Sweeney had the night off on Monday with no first round pick.
They decided not to trade into the first round and had to wait until pick #58 overall to make their first pick.
With the #58 pick overall, Sweeney and the Bruins decided to select Mason Lohrei.
From Elite Prospects:
Where Lohrei stood out was as a puck-carrier. His puck skills in small are situations stuck out as a distinct positive in a few instances, particularly for someone of his stature. He's got a snappy wrist shot, with good form and an ability to generate a lot of power with very little movement, suggestive of a really strong upper-body.