The first player that was drafted in the 2006 NHL Draft has gone pro. No, not Erik Johnson. Nope, not Jonathan Toews. Not Kessel. Not Kyle Okposo. If you had 17th overall pick Trevor Lewis in your "Who's Gonna Bolt?" pool, congratulations, you've won a year's supply of jam preserves and my unending scorn.
Dave Shand from WTKA radio in Ann Arbor reported that Lewis signed a two year deal with the Kings while at their Prospect Training Camp. Lewis would have been a freshmen this season for Michigan.
On a totally unrelated note, NTDP forward Colin Wilson, the son of NHL player Carey Wilson, has committed to Boston University. He'll likely start with the Terriers in 2007.