PITTSBURGH – Two Maine teenagers — Brian Hart of Cumberland and Jon Gillies of South Portland — were selected Saturday on the second day of the NHL draft.

Hart, a forward, was taken in the second round by the Tampa Bay Lightning with the 53rd overall pick. The former Greely High standout played at Phillips Exeter Academy for two seasons and will attend Harvard in the fall.

Gillies, a goalie, was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the third round. He was the 75th pick overall. Gillies spent the past two years with the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League and is headed to Providence College, where he’ll be a teammate of Hart’s brother, Kevin.

Two UMaine recruits also were selected. Devin Shore, a center who most recently played for Whitby of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, was chosen by Dallas with the last pick in Round 2, No. 61 overall. Ben Hutton, a defenseman from Nepean of the Central Canadian Hockey League, went to Vancouver in the fifth round with the No. 147 pick.

Six drama-free rounds whizzed by Saturday without the fireworks produced Friday night, when the Pittsburgh Penguins shook up the league by sending center Jordan Staal to Carolina and defenseman Zbynek Michalek to Phoenix.

Brian Dumoulin of Biddeford was traded to Pittsburgh as part of the package for Staal.

“Starting in the last week, some of the things going on behind the scenes felt more like free agency or a trade deadline than a draft,” Pittsburgh Coach Dan Bylsma said.

Maybe for the Penguins. Not so much for the rest of the league. Most of the trades Saturday consisted of an exchange of draft picks, as some of the biggest names available — Columbus Blue Jackets forward Rick Nash and Vancouver goaltender Roberto Luongo — stayed put.

“I’m not surprised,” said Canucks General Manager Mike Gillis. “You need a lot of synergy to get trades done. You need compelling reasons to do them. If we’re considering trading a very high-end player, you need compelling reasons to do it. We’re going to go through and we exhaust every one of those reasons.”

Besides, it likely won’t remain quiet for long. There could be more movement over the next week before the free-agency period begins July 1.

“There was certainly plenty of offers that were made, at least that came my way,” Penguins General Manager Ray Shero said. “I think you’ll see these things start to pick up once we get to July 1. There might be a domino.”

There were 56 Americans selected in the draft, including nine in the second round.

TRADE: The Philadelphia Flyers acquired defenseman Luke Schenn from the Toronto Maple Leafs for forward James van Riemsdyk.

Schenn, the older brother of Flyers forward Brayden Schenn, should help fill the void created by the loss of Chris Pronger, who is unlikely to return because of post-concussion symptoms.

SHARKS: San Jose agreed to terms on a three-year contract with newly acquired defenseman Brad Stuart.

AVALANCHE: Colorado locked up one of its promising young forwards, signing Matt Duchene to a two-year deal.