The Los Angeles Kings took Cole Hults No. 134 overall, while Denis Smirnov was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche with the No. 156 pick, and Aarne Talvitie went off the board moments later at No. 160 to the New Jersey Devils.
Barratt, a center from Morrisville, Pa., is the first Penn State prospect to be taken in this year's NHL entry draft and the seventh in program history.
Balancing early-morning workouts and afternoon scrimmages with an internship in the athletic department is all in a day's work for Russ Rose's senior outside hitter.
The 2017 recruiting class checks into its new digs this weekend in University Park. Here's a rundown on Penn State's newest crop of freshmen.
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