Panthers select Jonathan Ang and Riley Stillman in fourth round of 2016 NHL Draft

Cats address foward and defense in round four

The Florida Panthers stepped to the podium twice in the fourth round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft and came way with center/right wing Jonathan Ang and defenseman Riley Stillman.

Ang, a forward from Peterborough of the OHL, was taken with the 92nd pick overall (acquired from Vancouver). In 68 games with the Petes, he scored 21 goals and added 28 assists. He upped his numbers in the playoffs, finishing with 9 points (3G/6A) in seven postseason games.

The 5'11" native of Markham, ON was ranked 95th among North American skaters by NHL Central Scouting.

Stillman, taken 114th overall, is a legacy selection. His father Cory played two seasons for the Panthers from 2008 to 2010. In 62 games with the OHL's Oshawa Generals this past season, the young blue-liner totaled 5 goals and 21 points while posting a -5 rating. He struggled in Oshawa's five-game playoff loss to Kingston, finishing the series with a -6 rating.

The 6'0", 181-pound native of Peterborough, ON was ranked 66th among North American skaters by NHL Central Scouting.