The St. Louis Blues started off their 2012 NHL Draft class by selecting Wisconsin native and University of North Dakota-bound forward Jordan Schmaltz. But he's only the tip of the iceberg, as the team's front office will pick six times on Saturday afternoon to round out the draft.
The team's picks on Saturday all fall at either No. 25 or No. 26 in every round between the second round and the seventh. Schmaltz was one of six Americans drafted on Friday night, with three of those players— Henrik Samulesson, Bradley Skjei and Stefan Matteau— being picked after the Blues took at No. 25 overall.
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