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How every PWHL team looks after the 2024 draft

When teams face off against PWHL New York next season, they face the prospect of having to try to match two offensive threats down the middle.

First, there's Alex Carpenter, who is a risk to score from anywhere on the ice.

Coming over the boards next could be first-overall pick Sarah Fillier, a player with offensive creativity in spades. She's scored at every level she's played at, including on the international stage with the Canadian national team.

"She's played already against the best in the world, with the best in the world," New York GM Pascal Daoust told reporters after selecting Fillier with the first pick in the 2024 PWHL Draft in Minnesota on Monday night. "She's always outstanding facing them or playing with them."

WATCH | 1st pick Fillier on joining PWHL New York:

Every team in the six-team league got better at Monday's draft, which saw 42 players selected from seven different countries. The majority of those players came from college, but teams also stocked up on veteran talent from Europe.

Next on the off-season calendar is free agency on June 21. Here's how all six teams look after the draft:

Watching the players who had the most success in season one, Ottawa GM Mike Hirshfeld went into his second draft with two goals: get tougher and gritter, and add size. He checked both boxes within the first two picks.

Ottawa selected Edmonton's Danielle Serdachny second overall, adding a play-making power forward who should be able to contribute in the PWHL immediately.

Serdachny, who scored the golden goal at the world championship for Team Canada this past spring, should bring the competitiveness and grit that Hirshfeld was after.

On the blue line, Ottawa added 26-year-old Finnish defender Ronja Savolainen from