The Anaheim Ducks selected Quebec defenders Noah Warren and Tristan Luneau on Friday in the second round of the National Hockey League draft.
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Selected 42nd overall, Warren first joined forward Nathan Gaucher, who had been called up in the first round (22nd) by the Ducks on Thursday night. The Anaheim organization continued its momentum by calling another product of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, Luneau, in 53rd place.
Warren and Luneau both played with the Gatineau Olympiques last season.
Only 17 years old, Warren has an excellent size, measuring 6'5" and weighing 216 pounds. In 62 games with the Olympiques in 2021-2022, the Montrealer collected 24 points.
In the case of Luneau, 18, he scored 43 points in 63 games with the Gatineau club last season. The young man from Victoriaville added six assists in seven playoff games.