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2012 NHL Mock Draft

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Round 1

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1 Edmonton Nail Yakupov RW Sarnia (OHL) 5' 10" 175
DraftSite's comments:Oiler's GM Steve Tambellini comes into the draft with an unprecedented third chance to draft first overall. His team would love to see that consensus number one player being a back-liner, but Nail Yakupov simply stands alone as the best player. Granted, he is not a player who will impact an NHL roster like Stamkos, Ovechkin, or even Taylor Hall did, but Yakupov will help generate offense early on. The fact remains that the Oilers would really like to plug and play a younger defender, whether he be a draftee, or someone already getting on-the-job training on another NHL team. They also would love another solid, good young goaltender. If they hadn't won the draft lottery, Everett Silvertips' Ryan Murray would be the guy in their sights. Ryan was fast-tracked to play in two exhibition games with the season NHL vets who make up the World Championship roster but injuries allowed him to play in the Worlds, a rarity the tournament has never seen! Murray didn't look out of place. It remains to be seen if the Oilers will bypass on the much higher ranked Yakupov and take Ryan Murray, or find an NHL team willing to pay in trade with a polished young defender or goaltender, AND a pick that keeps them in the early slotting to acquire one of the other promising defenders this draft boasts. (Pick possibly in play?)
2 Columbus Ryan Murray D Everett (WHL) 6' 0" 185
DraftSite's comments:If Yakupov is there at two, some think they will avoid drafting a Russian. After two misses on early Russian picks (Zherdev & Filatov), that may be understandable. This pick does give Columbus GM Scott Howson a bargaining chip toward plugging his weakness in goal via trade. The fact remains there are two Russian forwards that are in the mix to be drafted in the first five slottings. I don't think Columbus hesitates in selecting Ryan Murray at number two. In the World Championship practices and exhibition, he looked like an NHL defenseman, with great positioning, up-ice presence, and solid play. (Pick possibly in play?)
3 Montreal Alex Galchenyuk C Sarnia (OHL) 6' 2" 186
DraftSite's comments:With a new regime in place in Montreal, there is a sense that this early pick must be a safe one over hitting for the fences, and coming up short. The question remains, IF, the Canadiens see Alex Galchenyuk as truly the best scorer left on the draft lists, do they take him over Filip Forsberg? GM Marc Bergevin decides a big, robust, goal-scoring center who can stick-handle in a phone booth, fits a long-term need and they take the American-born Galchenyuk.
4 NY Islanders Griffin Reinhardt D Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 6' 3.75" 202
DraftSite's comments:Even if the Isles have set their sights on a defenseman, their decision really comes down to deciding on whether they are looking for size, offense-first, defense-first, toughness, or speedy up-ice attributes. Tough Jacob Trouba stands out at a big tough defense-first back-liner. Dumba is dynamic, tough, speedy and a bit under-sized. Morgan Reilly is a smaller puck-mover who probably has the greatest offensive skills. However, Griffin Reinhardt has a little of all of them, and looked solid in the Memorial Cup.
5 Toronto Filip Forsberg LW Leksands (Allsvenskan) 6' 1" 176
DraftSite's comments:The Maple Leafs would love to add an impact player up front who plays quality physical minutes and scores with regularity. They also are a team crying out for a quick transition offensive man to lead the attack. Even though Morgan Rielly is on their radar, they determine Forsberg could be a fixture up-front for years and could develop into a dominant player capable of lining up on both wings and even play a little center. Compounding this selection is the "Luongo to Leafs talk" which might have the Maple Leafs having to decide just how much this young prospect adds over a quality NHL netminder, but I see the Leafs as probably trying to hold on to this pick.
6 Anaheim Jacob Trouba D US-Under-18 (USAH-NTDP) 6' 1" 196
DraftSite's comments:The Ducks might go forward and take diminutive Finn as a future replacement for Teemu Selanne, but their prospects on the back-line are a bit thin. They may benefit from a sliding Mikhail Grigorenko, to have as a future star. However, more likely they'll get the gift of the Isles not taking Trouba. He is never going to woo you with blazing up-ice speed, but has superior skating skills, is a complete defender, and has all the parts to be dominant in his own end, letting his booming shot go on O.
7 Minnesota Teuvo Teravainen RW Jokerit Helsinki (SM-liiga) 5' 10" 157
DraftSite's comments:The arrival of Teuvo Teräväinen, alongside Mikael Granlund, would mean a future line-up featuring two skilled but smaller forwards. Mikhail Grigorenko, a bigger presence, could be available here, and would set up nice on wing. Morgan Rielly is another option, as an offensive skating defenseman who could change the complexion of their transition game.
8 Carolina Mikhail Grigorenko RW Quebec (QMJHL) 6' 2.5" 183
DraftSite's comments:If Mikhail Grigorenko falls this far, would the Hurricanes pass? I think not. Some of his late season failures are blamed on his being diagnosed with mononucleosis, but that doesn't dismiss his upside as a guy who, once motivated, can be a dominant scorer. Either he or one of the other lads above will be available here. No matter if the 'canes go Red, or take another center, Radek Faksa, or either Matt Dumba or Morgan Rielly, the Carolina franchise just got better.
9 Winnipeg Morgan Rielly D Moose Jaw (WHL) 6' 0" 190
DraftSite's comments:Fairly certain the the Jets are going to be happy with whichever player falls to them at slot nine, and they will be plenty happy if it is offenseman Morgan Rielly, who will need to round out his defensive game before he sees the NHL rink. He projects in a similar way to Nashville's Ryan Ellis and Hurricane's Ryan Murphy, who will be turned loose offensively and paired with a more defensive partner.
10 Tampa Bay Mathew Dumba D Red Deer (WHL) 5' 11" 165
DraftSite's comments:The talent pool drops after the top ten so Tampa will be happy with whomever is here. Imagine their surprise if Matt Dumba's name is still on their board. He adds his ramblin'-gamblin' offense and defensive open-ice hitting style to the Lighhtning. Farmhand Mark Barberio is great on the PP, but Dumba is the puck-carrier they lack. The lure of big Cody Ceci may be too difficult to pass on.
11 Washington Trade Icon Olli Maatta D London (OHL) 6' 2" 198
DraftSite's comments:Määtä's first year in North America was down and up, but ended with him still considered a big strong positional defender who will grow into the role of PP generator.
12 Buffalo Radek Faksa C Kitchener (OHL) 6' 2" 183
DraftSite's comments:They will be looking at all positions but Faksa provides a big bodied center/forward with power, puck skills and shot. He is the best fit due to his all-around strong physical play and puck work. With two first rounders, a defenseman might also be attractive.
13 Dallas Cody Ceci D Ottawa 67's (OHL) 6' 3" 203
DraftSite's comments:Stars get a big two-way defenseman with plenty of upside. He has size, good feet, and offensive instincts.
14 Calgary Derrick Pouliot D Portland (WHL) 6' 0" 192
DraftSite's comments:The Flames would be more pleased to select budding offensive man, Pouliot, who's wide skating style and stick skills will let him carry the mail and eat big minutes.
15 Ottawa Hampus Lindholm D Rogle BK (Allsvenskan) 6' 3" 185
DraftSite's comments:Drafting a Swedish defenseman worked really well last time the Senators did it. This time, they add one that comes in a little bigger package...
16 Washington Zemgus Girgensons C Dubuque (USHL) 6' 2.25" 195
DraftSite's comments:Still a few year away and coming off a season ending injury, this Latvian-born center plays with power and aggression, despite not having explosive speed. The big Latvian locomotive will need to time to recover from his recent fractured jaw, and needs a bit more development. The wait may yield a solid all-around forward in the Kesler-Toews mold.
17 San Jose Matt Finn D Guelph (OHL) 6' 0" 195
DraftSite's comments:The Sharks can look in any direction here but Finn will be a hockey-smart leader with up-ice explosiveness who's reliable enough in the defensive zone to anchor the PK.
18 Chicago Henrik Samuelsson RW Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 6' 2.1" 192
DraftSite's comments:This slot arguably starts the 4th tier of prospects, giving the Blackhawks the pick of the litter. 'Hawks could choose one of the top three goalie prospects, since they have never drafted one early. There are many more mobile defensemen available, skill wings, big centers, and big forwards. They go big Swedish center-forward with skill and grit in Samuelsson who will never be the carrying-the-biscuit-across-the-blue-line type player, but is a strong wall player with net presence and nastiness. He might be the answer to the complimentary scoring they are seeking to add, plus grit.
19 Tampa Bay Trade Icon Pontus Aberg LW Djurgardens IF (SEL) 5' 11" 187
DraftSite's comments:Again Lightning G.M. Steve Yzerman is surprised that this skilled wing is available. Åberg is a high speed winger with both power & offensive generating skills. He has a deadly wrister from the rush and isn't afraid of reading and jumping into the dirty areas to score.
20 Philadelphia Slater Koekkoek D Peterborough (OHL) 6' 2" 183
DraftSite's comments:Flyers could long-term fill a need on D here or just go best available here. Between his shoulder injury and being omitted from the NHL R&D camp, Koekkoek starts to get the respect he deserves.
21 Buffalo Trade Icon Tom Wilson RW Plymouth (OHL) 6' 4" 194
DraftSite's comments:The luxury of two first rounders lets the Sabres replace physical wing prospect Zack Kassian with the newest OHL model. The slot Wilson is selected could be lower or higher than here, but he will go in the top 50.
22 Pittsburgh Brady Skjei D US-Under-18 (USAH-NTDP) 6' 1" 183
DraftSite's comments:The Penquins will always be a team that drafts the best available, but this year, the prospects seem close to equal at this juncture. Skjei is an explosive skater, with good reach, and solid two-way ability.
23 Florida Stefan Matteau LW USNTDP (USHL) 6' 1" 201
DraftSite's comments:GM Dale Tallon organization needs backliners but the choice of Matteau provides a tough forward similar in ways to his selection of Kyle Beach while in Chicago.
24 Boston Tomas Hertl C Praha Slavia (Czech) 6' 2" 194
DraftSite's comments:The Bruins will probably be looking hard at players already selected, but take a chance that Hertl becomes a big-bodied scorer and power forward that the Bruins love.
25 St. Louis Scott Laughton C Oshawa (OHL) 6' 0" 170
DraftSite's comments:The Blues have few organizational weaknesses and may be interested in another player or position, but Laugthon was clearly the best Canadian player in the Under-18's, and would be able to project playing anywhere in their forward lines, as he plays an aggressive three zone style that compliments linemates.
26 Vancouver Dalton Thrower D Saskatoon (WHL) 6' 0" 195
DraftSite's comments:Would the Canucks be interested in a feisty defender, a lot like their Kevin Bieksa? Or would they be interested in trying to replace Cody Hodgson with a boom or bust center like Mark Jankowski? Canucks have plenty of directions they can go, but Thrower is a heavy minute player who plays like a warrior and has long-term upside as a developing offensive player.
27 Phoenix Sebastian Collberg RW Frolunda HC (SEL) 5' 11" 174
DraftSite's comments:A team that could look to any position for long-term replacements, they take a flyer on a Swedish flyer who many predicted who be a pick in the teens. He plays a solid all around game and exhibits a strong offensive game. Collberg has superb speed, and scoring ability but his stats in the Swedish Elite pro league, on an veteran club, were thin, because he saw little ice-time. Nonetheless, he may be an legitimate pro scorer as he develops.
28 NY Rangers Andrei Vasilevski G Ufa (KHL) 6' 3" 193
DraftSite's comments:The Blueshirts have little to lose by securing the rights to the best goalie in this draft, no matter how long they wait for his arrival. Goaler Henrik Lundqvist has gas in the tank, but getting a shot at such a good prospect in a city with a Russian population makes this selection friendly all around. Yet if the Russian factor enters in, there ill be two others waiting here also in Malcolm Subban & Oscar Dansk.
29 New Jersey Malcolm Subban G Belleville (OHL) 6' 0.5" 183
DraftSite's comments:This might have been the best year to relinquish the first round pick, that the league fined the Devils for their attempts at signing Kovalchuk to a Cap-skirting contract, since the pick is late and the draft seems pretty solidly entrenched in a 5th tier at this point, one that extends well into the second round. The Devils brain trust has decided though that they are using this pick. The only possible reasoning is they are going to use it to take on one of the goaltenders. Subban is a lightning quick reflex goalie who is not the prototypically sized prospect, and he can look great in one period and undressed in the next. No one can argue that he isn't a feirce competitor, whose relies on his speed and reflexes a bit more than technique.
30 Los Angeles Brendan Gaunce C Belleville (OHL) 6' 2" 205
DraftSite's comments:After winning their first Stanley Cup, the Kings are under no pressure to draft anybody but the best player available. Brendan Gaunce is a physical down-low player who may project as a second line center, but who slides over to wing if necessary. If they want to go defenseman, Damon Severson will be there. At this point, 30 teams might have 20 different players in this spot as best available. Maybe the Kings go big defenseman (Damon Severson) instead of defense. There are dozen of players who they could easily choose from if their opinion varies...including a boom or bust center like Mark Jankowski…if no one has reached at his selection earlier. D-man Ludvig Byström, forwards Colton Sissons, Phillip Di Giuseppe, Scott Kosmachuk, American forwards Nicolas Kerdiles & Stefan Matteau might also get consideration.

Round 2

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31 Columbus Oscar Dansk G Brynas IF (SEL) 6' 2" 185
32 Edmonton Ludvig Byström D Modo Hockey (SEL) 6' 0" 190
33 Montreal Mark Jankowski C Stanstead College 6' 2.75" 171
34 NY Islanders Ville Pokka D Karpat Oulu (SM-liiga) 6' 0.5" 192
35 Toronto Colton Sissons RW Kelowna (WHL) 6' 1" 182
36 Anaheim Michael Matheson D Dubuque (USHL) 6' 1" 170
37 Nashville Trade Icon Phillip Di Giuseppe LW Michigan 6' 0" 190
38 Carolina Nicolas Kerdiles C US-Under-18 (USAH-NTDP) 6' 1" 183
39 Winnipeg Scott Kosmachuk RW Guelph (OHL) 6' 0.25" 182
40 Tampa Bay Tim Bozon LW Kamloops (WHL) 6' 1" 178
41 Colorado Jordan Schmaltz D Green Bay (USHL) 6' 2" 170
42 Buffalo Tanner Pearson LW Barrie (OHL) 6' 0" 192
43 Dallas Mike Winther C Prince Albert (WHL) 5' 11" 170
44 Buffalo Trade Icon Adam Pelech D Erie (OHL) 6' 2" 200
45 Philadelphia Trade Icon Damon Severson D Kelowna (WHL) 6' 1" 175
46 Minnesota Trade Icon Patrick Sieloff D Windsor (OHL) 6' 0" 173
47 Carolina Trade Icon Lukas Sutter C Saskatoon (WHL) 6' 1" 205
48 Chicago Matt Murray G Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 6' 3" 160
49 Detroit Emil Lundberg LW Sodertalje SK (Allsvenskan) 6' 3.25" 201
50 Nashville Trade Icon Martin Frk RW Halifax (QMJHL) 6' 0.5" 198
51 Montreal Trade Icon Tanner Richard C Guelph (OHL) 6' 0" 177
52 Pittsburgh Devin Shore C Whitby (OJAHL) 6' 0" 184
53 Florida Brady Vail LW Windsor (OHL) 6' 1" 190
54 Colorado Trade Icon Nick Ebert D Windsor (OHL) 6' 0.5" 193
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San Jose Dane Fox C Erie (OHL) 6' 0.25" 182
56 St. Louis Dominic Toninato C East High School 6' 0.25" 165
57 Vancouver Anton Slepyshev LW Penza Dizel (Vysshaya) 6' 0" 160
58 Phoenix Brian Hart RW Phillips Exeter Academy 6' 1" 195
59 NY Rangers Daniil Zharkov RW Belleville (OHL) 6' 3" 195
60 New Jersey Seth Griffith RW London (OHL) 5' 10.5" 186
61 Dallas Trade Icon Boo Nieves C Kent School 6' 2" 185

Round 3

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62 Columbus Gianluca Curcurto D Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) 6' 1" 187
63 Edmonton Coda Gordon LW Swift Current (WHL) 6' 1" 179
64 Montreal Andreas Athanasiou LW London (OHL) 6' 0" 165
65 NY Islanders Jake McCabe D US-Under-18 (USAH-NTDP) 6' 0.25" 192
66 Nashville Trade Icon Jaynen Rissling D Calgary Hitmen (WHL) 6' 3" 215
67 St. Louis Trade Icon James Melindy D Moncton (QMJHL) 6' 1" 181
68 Minnesota Brett Kulak D Vancouver (WHL) 5' 11.75" 165
69 Carolina Jarrod Maidens C Owen Sound (OHL) 6' 2" 170
70 Winnipeg Rhett Holland D Okotoks (AJHL) 6' 1.75" 202
71 Tampa Bay Chandler Stephenson LW Regina (WHL) 5' 9" 170
72 Colorado Troy Bourke LW Prince George (WHL) 5' 10" 150
73 Buffalo Andrey Makarov G Saskatoon (WHL) 6' 1" 178
74 Dallas Robbie Baillargeon RW Indiana (USHL) 5' 11" 161
75 Calgary Logan Nelson C Victoria Royals (WHL) 6' 1" 176
76 Ottawa Mackenzie MacEachern C Brother Rice High School 6' 3" 185
77 Washington Matia Marcantuoni C Kitchener (OHL) 6' 0" 189
78 Philadelphia Trade Icon Gemel Smith C Owen Sound (OHL) 5' 9.25" 153
79 Chicago Brandon Whitney G Victoriaville (QMJHL) 6' 5" 191
80 Detroit Dylan Blujus D Brampton (OHL) 6' 3" 180
81 Phoenix Trade Icon Artur Gavrus C Owen Sound (OHL) 5' 11" 178
82 Ottawa Trade Icon Dillon Fournier D Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) 6' 1" 160
83 Pittsburgh Raphael Bussieres LW Baie-Comeau (QMJHL) 6' 0" 183
84 Florida Jim Vesey LW South Shore (EJHL) 6' 2" 185
85 Boston Jon Gillies G Indiana (USHL) 6' 4" 204
86 St. Louis Ryan Rupert C London (OHL) 5' 9" 186
87 Anaheim Trade Icon Riley Barber RW USNTDP (USHL) 5' 11" 180
88 Phoenix Anthony Stolarz G Corpus Christi (NAHL) 6' 5" 200
89 NY Rangers Anton Zlobin RW Shawinigan (QMJHL) 5' 11.5" 186
90 New Jersey Trevor Carrick D Mississauga (OHL) 6' 2" 169
91 Edmonton Trade Icon Francois Tremblay G Val-d'Or (QMJHL) 6' 2" 194

Round 4

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92 Pittsburgh Trade Icon Chris Tierney C London (OHL) 6' 0" 170
93 Edmonton Max Iafrate D Kitchener (OHL) 6' 2" 220
94 Montreal Cedric Paquette C Blainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL) 6' 1" 197
95 Philadelphia Trade Icon Niklas Tikkinen D Blues Espoo (SM-liiga) 5' 11" 172
96 New Jersey Trade Icon Travis Brown D Moose Jaw (WHL) 6' 1" 179
97 Anaheim Michael McKee D Lincoln (USHL) 6' 4" 230
98 Minnesota Teodors Bluegers C Shattuck-St. Marys School 6' 0" 176
99 Carolina Justin Haché D Shawinigan (QMJHL) 6' 2" 201
100 Washington Trade Icon Josh Anderson LW London (OHL) 6' 1" 183
101 Tampa Bay Mitchell Moroz LW Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 6' 2" 180
102 Phoenix Trade Icon Collin Olson G USNTDP (USHL) 6' 3" 190
103 NY Islanders Trade Icon Chris Calnan RW Noble & Greenough School 6' 2" 195
104 Dallas Jake Dotchin D Owen Sound (OHL) 6' 2" 207
105 Calgary Calle Andersson D Farjestads BK (SEL) 6' 1" 194
106 Ottawa Sam Kurker RW St. John's Preparatory School 6' 2" 200
107 Washington Tyrel Seaman LW Brandon (WHL) 6' 3" 207
108 Anaheim Trade Icon Jacob Slavin D Chicago (USHL) 6' 2" 200
109 Chicago Jujhar Khaira LW Prince George (WHL) 6' 3" 184
110 Detroit Tomáš Hyka LW Gatineau (QMJHL) 5' 11" 158
111 Philadelphia Joonas Korpisalo G Jokerit Helsinki (SM-liiga) 6' 1" 163
112 Nashville Matt Deblouw C Muskegon (USHL) 6' 0.5" 185
113 Pittsburgh Mikko Vainonen D HIFK Helsinki (SM-liiga) 6' 2" 210
114 Florida Branden Troock RW Seattle (WHL) 6' 3" 185
115 Carolina Trade Icon Eric Locke LW Saginaw (OHL) 5' 9.5" 171
116 St. Louis Kristoff Kontos C Mississauga (OHL) 6' 1" 200
117 Columbus Trade Icon Matt Campagna C Sudbury (OHL) 5' 11" 170
118 Nashville Trade Icon Steven Hodges C Victoria Royals (WHL) 5' 11" 165
119 NY Rangers Graham Black C Swift Current (WHL) 5' 11" 173
120 Carolina Trade Icon Charles Simard-Hudon LW Chicoutimi (QMJHL) 5' 8.5" 165
121 Los Angeles Brock McGinn LW Guelph (OHL) 5' 11" 168

Round 5

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122 Calgary Trade Icon Nick Walters D Everett (WHL) 6' 2" 200
123 Edmonton Daniel O'Regan C St. Sebastian's School 5' 9.5" 172
124 NY Islanders Trade Icon Christopher Lalancette RW Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) 6' 0" 154
125 NY Islanders Alexandre Mallet C Rimouski (QMJHL) 6' 1" 202
126 Toronto Daniel Altshuller G Oshawa (OHL) 6' 2" 194
127 Anaheim Trade Icon Francois Brassard G Quebec (QMJHL) 6' 1" 160
128 Minnesota Marcus McIvor D Brampton (OHL) 6' 1" 204
129 Carolina Roman Will G Moncton (QMJHL) 6' 1" 191
130 Winnipeg Matej Beran LW P.E.I. (QMJHL) 6' 5" 208
131 Tampa Bay Ryan Culkin D Quebec (QMJHL) 6' 1" 174
132 Colorado Jesse Graham D Niagara (OHL) 5' 11" 160
133 Buffalo Nikolai Prokhorkin LW CSKA Moscow (KHL) 6' 2" 183
134 Dallas Brian Cooper D Fargo (USHL) 5' 9" 180
135 New Jersey Trade Icon Fredrik Larsson D Brynas IF (SEL) 6' 3" 172
136 Ottawa Grant Besse RW Benilde-St. Margaret's School 5' 10" 175
137 Washington Carter Rigby LW Kelowna (WHL) 6' 0" 210
138 San Jose A.J. Michaelson C Waterloo (USHL) 6' 0" 182
139 Chicago John Draeger D Shattuck-St. Marys School 6' 1.5" 186
140 Detroit Jake Bischoff D Grand Rapids High School 6' 0.25" 178
141 Philadelphia Conner Carrick D USNTDP (USHL) 5' 10" 183
142 Nashville Zack Leslie D Guelph (OHL) 6' 1" 177
143 Pittsburgh Matt Rupert LW London (OHL) 5' 9.5" 178
144 Dallas Trade Icon Michael Houser G London (OHL) 6' 1" 185
145 Boston Devin Tringale LW Lawrence Academy 6' 0.5" 188
146 St. Louis Philip Tot RW Lethbridge (WHL) 6' 2" 187
147 Vancouver Justin Hickman C Seattle (WHL) 6' 2" 196
148 Phoenix Colin Smith C Kamloops (WHL) 5' 10" 172
149 Chicago Trade Icon Kenton Helgesen D Calgary Hitmen (WHL) 6' 3" 186
150 New Jersey Gustav Rydahl C Farjestads BK (SEL) 6' 2" 194
151 Los Angeles Ron Knot D Praha Slavia (Czech) 6' 3" 189

Round 6

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152 Columbus Michael Clarke C Windsor (OHL) 6' 1" 184
153 Edmonton Cody Corbett D Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 6' 0" 210
154 Montreal Kevin Roy LW Lincoln (USHL) 5' 8" 166
155 NY Islanders Mikko Lehtonen D TPS Turku (SM-liiga) 6' 0.25" 181
156 Toronto Mitch Heard C Plymouth (OHL) 6' 1" 190
157 Toronto Trade Icon Ben Johnson C Windsor (OHL) 5' 11.5" 185
158 Minnesota Erik Karlsson C Frolunda HC (SEL) 5' 11" 160
159 Carolina Francis Beauvillier C Rimouski (QMJHL) 6' 1" 170
160 Winnipeg Chris Driedger G Calgary Hitmen (WHL) 6' 2" 175
161 Tampa Bay Zane Jones LW Victoria Royals (WHL) 6' 3" 205
162 Colorado Zach Stepan C Shattuck-St. Marys School 6' 0" 160
163 Buffalo Thomas Parisi D New Hampshire Jr. (EJHL) 6' 0" 195
164 Nashville Trade Icon Michal Plutnar D Tri-City (WHL) 6' 1" 163
165 Calgary Dominik Volek LW Regina (WHL) 6' 0" 168
166 Ottawa Patrik Machac C Kladno (Czech) 5' 9" 165
167 Washington Nikita Gusev LW CSKA Moscow (KHL) 5' 9" 163
168 San Jose Taylor Burke RW Gatineau (QMJHL) 6' 1" 195
169 Chicago Matthew Beattie LW Phillips Exeter Academy 6' 3" 184
170 Detroit Marek Langhammer G Pardubice (Czech) 6' 2" 172
171 Los Angeles Trade Icon Jake Montgomery LW Shattuck-St. Marys School 6' 3" 192
172 Nashville Jason Stephanik LW New Jersey Hitmen (EJHL) 6' 2" 177
173 Pittsburgh Colten Martin D Kelowna (WHL) 6' 0" 170
174 Florida Reid Gow D Spokane (WHL) 5' 11" 182
175 Boston Warren Steele D Kingston (OHL) 5' 11" 194
176 St. Louis Tomas Nosek C Pardubice (Czech) 6' 3" 180
177 Vancouver Jake Paterson G Saginaw (OHL) 6' 0" 173
178 Phoenix Corbin Boes G Brandon (WHL) 6' 3" 216
179 Nashville Trade Icon Connor Hellebuyck G United States 6' 4" 185
180 New Jersey Samuel "Hunter" Fejes LW Shattuck-St. Marys School 6' 1" 179
181 Los Angeles Tobias Tornkvist RW Rogle BK (Allsvenskan) 6' 3.75" 190

Round 7

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182 Columbus Mikael Wikstrand D Mora (Allsvenskan) 6' 0.75" 185
183 Los Angeles Trade Icon Esa Lindell D Jokerit Helsinki (SM-liiga) 6' 1.5" 182
184 Phoenix Trade Icon Christian Djoos D Brynas IF (SEL) 5' 11" 150
185 NY Islanders Loic Leduc D Cape Breton (QMJHL) 6' 4" 194
186 Calgary Trade Icon Brady Brassart C Calgary Hitmen (WHL) 6' 1.25" 180
187 Anaheim Myles Bell D Regina (WHL) 5' 11.25" 204
188 Minnesota Cliff Watson D Sioux City (USHL) 6' 3" 205
189 Carolina Adam Chlapik C Muskegon (USHL) 6' 0" 185
190 Winnipeg Brandon Devlin D Windsor (OHL) 6' 1" 187
191 San Jose Trade Icon Thomas Spelling RW Herning (Denmark) 6' 1" 165
192 Colorado Richard Mraz RW Poprad (Slovak) 6' 2" 194
193 Buffalo Troy Donnay D Erie (OHL) 6' 6.25" 182
194 Dallas Andrew Ryan LW Halifax (QMJHL) 6' 2" 170
195 Calgary Patrik Bartosak G Red Deer (WHL) 6' 1" 181
196 Ottawa J.C. Lipon RW Kamloops (WHL) 6' 0" 178
197 Washington Nathan Pancel LW Sudbury (OHL) 5' 10" 182
198 San Jose Jordan Martinook C Vancouver (WHL) 6' 1" 208
199 Chicago Alex Gudbranson D Kingston (OHL) 6' 2" 205
200 Detroit Nikita Kolesnikov D Blainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL) 6' 4" 213
201 Philadelphia Oscar Sundqvist C Skelleftea AIK (SEL) 6' 3" 187
202 Tampa Bay Trade Icon Ashton Sautner D Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) 5' 11" 176
203 Washington Trade Icon Kyle Hope D Owen Sound (OHL) 6' 1" 193
204 Buffalo Trade Icon Christophe Bertschy LW Bern (NLA) 5' 9" 162
205 Boston James De Haas D Toronto Lakeshore (OJAHL) 6' 2.75" 197
206 St. Louis Brian Morgan C New Hampshire Jr. (EJHL) 6' 0.25" 175
207 Vancouver MacKenzie Weegar D Nepean (CJHL) 5' 11" 183
208 Phoenix Cain Franson C Vancouver (WHL) 6' 1" 167
209 Toronto Trade Icon Logan McVeigh C Kamloops (WHL) 6' 0" 180
210 Anaheim Trade Icon Ben Thomson LW Kitchener (OHL) 6' 4" 212
211 Los Angeles Tyler Wood D Noble & Greenough School 6' 2.5" 189

Position Totals

Center: 51
Left Winger: 40
Right Wing: 26
Defense: 73
Goalie: 21




* = Junior; ** = Sophomore; *** = Freshman