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The Rangers' Three First-Round Picks in the 2018 NHL Draft

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In the seven-round 2018 National Hockey League Entry Draft, the Rangers had 10 picks, including three in the first round. Below are the team's first three selections:

1. Vitali Kravtsov - A native of Vladivostok, Russia, Kravtsov was selected with the ninth overall pick in the draft after registering seven points in 35 games with Traktor Chelyabinsk, a team in the Kontinental Hockey League. He has shown significant improvement this season, with 17 points through 33 games.

2. K'Andre Miller - Selected 22nd overall, Miller is a 6-foot-3, 206-pound defenseman who previously played for the U.S. National Under-18 Team and is now in his first season with the University of Wisconsin. He has 17 points through his first 18 games and leads all NCAA freshman defensemen in scoring.
3. Nils Lundkvist - A 5-foot-11, 180-pound defenseman, Lundkvist was taken by the Rangers with the 28th overall pick in the draft. He had five points in 28 games with Lulea HF in Sweden last year and has six points through 24 games this season.

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