2009 NHL Draft: Boston Bruins select Ben Sexton in 7th round



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The Boston Bruins finished off their 2009 NHL Entry Draft by selecting center Ben Sexton from the Nepean Raiders (CJHL). Sexton is the son of Florida Panthers Assistant General Manager Randy Sexton. Sexton has committed to play college hockey at Clarkson in the fall 2010. He racked up 35 points and 54 PIMs in 38 games for Nepean this season.

Center

Shoots: Right

5'11"

182 lbs

Kanata, ON

Date of Birth: 6/6/91

...and we finally solved the mystery of where the surplus of Bruins smiling Pooh Bear jerseys went.

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