NHL Draft 2013: Updated Look at Pittsburgh Penguins' Targets

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NHL Draft 2013: Updated Look at Pittsburgh Penguins' Targets
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Penguins' GM at the NHL Entry Draft

Following a playoff run that ended earlier than many expected, the Pittsburgh Penguins must now put the past behind them and look to the future and the 2013 NHL Entry Draft (begins on June 30th at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey).

Having traded away their first, second and fourth-round picks in trades for Jarome Iginla, Douglas Murray and Brenden Morrow, the Pens will not be in a position to add a lot of talent to their organization but will still look to add the right talent.

While it is possible that the Penguins may acquire more draft picks through trades of their restricted free agents like Tyler Kennedy and the negotiating rights to their unrestricted free agents like Jarome Iginla, there's no way to be sure what tricks Pens' GM Ray Shero has up his sleeve.  

With that in mind, let's look at three positions of need the Pens have and three key prospects that may address those needs.

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