Islanders take Saginaw Spirit draft pick, former U-M commit Bode Wilde

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Islanders take Saginaw Spirit draft pick, former U-M commit Bode Wilde
Islanders take Saginaw Spirit draft pick, former U-M commit Bode Wilde

Bode Wilde took longer than expected to learn his NHL destination, but the New York Islanders took the Saginaw Spirit draft pick in the second round of the NHL Draft. The Islanders took the 6-foot-3 defenseman in Saturday's second round with the 41st pick overall. Wilde, who decommitted from Harvard and the University of Michigan, was projected to hear his name in the first round Friday. The Montreal native has dual citizenship and played in the United States National Training Development Program for the 2017-18 season. in the program, he scored three goals with 13 assists in 25 games. In 61 games playing with the United States National Under-18 team, Wilde scored 12 goals with 29 assists. The

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