Biggest Takeaways from New Jersey Devils' 2013 NHL Draft

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Biggest Takeaways from New Jersey Devils' 2013 NHL Draft
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The New Jersey Devils made all the headlines this past weekend at Prudential Center during the 2013 NHL draft, trading for Vancouver Canucks goaltender Cory Schneider and drafting Martin Brodeur's son Anthony in the seventh round.

New Jersey made three trades throughout the course of the draft, allowing them to end the day with Schneider and five draft selections. The Devils selected Brodeur, three forwards and a defenseman over the course of seven rounds.

While the Schneider deal stole the show, the Devils actually wound up having a pretty successful draft in terms of prospects. Here are my three takeaways from the weekend and some future insight going into free agency.

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