2012 NHL Entry Draft

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2012 NHL Draft
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General information
Date(s)June 22–23, 2012
LocationPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
First selectionRussia Nail Yakupov
Selected by: Edmonton Oilers
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2012 NHL Draft
2012 NHL Draft.png
General information
Date(s)June 22–23, 2012
LocationPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
First selectionRussia Nail Yakupov
Selected by: Edmonton Oilers
NHL Entry Draft
 < 20112013 > 

The 2012 NHL Entry Draft was the 50th NHL Entry Draft. The draft was held June 22–23, 2012, at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.[1] It was the first time that Pittsburgh hosted the draft since the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. The top three picks were Nail Yakupov, Ryan Murray and Alex Galchenyuk.

Eligibility[edit]

Ice hockey players born between January 1, 1992, and September 15, 1994, were eligible for selection in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. Additionally, un-drafted, non-North American players over the age of 20 are eligible for the draft; and those players who were drafted in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, but not signed by an NHL team and who were born after June 24, 1992, were also eligible to re-enter the draft.[2]

Draft lottery[edit]

The NHL draft lottery enables a team to move up to four spots ahead in the draft. Thus, only the bottom five teams were eligible to receive the number one draft pick. Beginning with the 2013 NHL Entry Draft all fourteen teams not qualifying for the Stanley Cup playoffs will have a "weighted" chance at winning the first overall selection.[3] The Edmonton Oilers won the 2012 draft lottery that took place on April 10, 2012, thus moving them up from the second pick to the first pick.[4]

Top prospects[edit]

Source: NHL Central Scouting final (April 9, 2012) ranking.[5]
RankingNorth American skaters[6]European skaters[7]
1Russia Nail Yakupov (RW)Sweden Filip Forsberg (RW)
2Canada Ryan Murray (D)Finland Teuvo Teravainen (LW)
3Russia Mikhail Grigorenko (C)Sweden Sebastian Collberg (RW)
4United States Alex Galchenyuk (C)Sweden Hampus Lindholm (D)
5Canada Morgan Rielly (D)Czech Republic Tomas Hertl (C)
6Canada Cody Ceci (D)Sweden Pontus Aberg (LW)
7Czech Republic Radek Faksa (C)Finland Ville Pokka (D)
8Finland Olli Maatta (D)Sweden Ludvig Bystrom (D)
9United States Jacob Trouba (D)Russia Nikolai Prokhorkin (LW)
10Canada Griffin Reinhart (D)Russia Anton Slepyshev (LW)
RankingNorth American goalies[8]European goalies[9]
1Canada Malcolm SubbanRussia Andrei Vasilevski
2Canada Brandon WhitneySweden Oscar Dansk
3Canada Jake PatersonFinland Joonas Korpisalo

Selections by round[edit]

Round one[edit]

Nail Yakupov was selected first overall by the Edmonton Oilers.
Ryan Murray was selected second overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Filip Forsberg was selected eleventh overall by the Washington Capitals.
#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
1Nail Yakupov (LW) RussiaEdmonton OilersSarnia (OHL)
2Ryan Murray (D) CanadaColumbus Blue JacketsEverett (WHL)
3Alex Galchenyuk (C) United StatesMontreal CanadiensSarnia (OHL)
4Griffin Reinhart (D) CanadaNew York IslandersEdmonton (WHL)
5Morgan Rielly (D) CanadaToronto Maple LeafsMoose Jaw (WHL)
6Hampus Lindholm (D) SwedenAnaheim DucksRögle (Allsvenskan)
7Mathew Dumba (D) CanadaMinnesota WildRed Deer (WHL)
8Derrick Pouliot (D) CanadaPittsburgh Penguins (from Carolina)[1]Portland (WHL)
9Jacob Trouba (D) United StatesWinnipeg JetsUS NTDP (USHL)
10Slater Koekkoek (D) CanadaTampa Bay LightningPeterborough (OHL)
11Filip Forsberg (RW) SwedenWashington Capitals (from Colorado)[2]Leksands (Allsvenskan)
12Mikhail Grigorenko (C) RussiaBuffalo SabresQuebec (QMJHL)
13Radek Faksa (C) Czech RepublicDallas StarsKitchener (OHL)
14Zemgus Girgensons (C) LatviaBuffalo Sabres (from Calgary)[3]Dubuque (USHL)
15Cody Ceci (D) CanadaOttawa SenatorsOttawa (OHL)
16Tom Wilson (RW) CanadaWashington CapitalsPlymouth (OHL)
17Tomas Hertl (C) Czech RepublicSan Jose SharksSlavia Praha (ELH)
18Teuvo Teravainen (RW) FinlandChicago BlackhawksJokerit (SM-liiga)
19Andrei Vasilevski (G) RussiaTampa Bay Lightning (from Detroit)[4]Tolpar Ufa (MHL)
20Scott Laughton (C) CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersOshawa (OHL)
21Mark Jankowski (C) CanadaCalgary Flames (from Nashville via Buffalo)[5]Stanstead College (HS–Quebec)
22Olli Maatta (D) FinlandPittsburgh PenguinsLondon (OHL)
23Mike Matheson (D) CanadaFlorida PanthersDubuque (USHL)
24Malcolm Subban (G) CanadaBoston BruinsBelleville (OHL)
25Jordan Schmaltz (D) United StatesSt. Louis BluesGreen Bay (USHL)
26Brendan Gaunce (C) CanadaVancouver CanucksBelleville (OHL)
27Henrik Samuelsson (C) United StatesPhoenix CoyotesEdmonton (WHL)
28Brady Skjei (D) United StatesNew York RangersUS NTDP (USHL)
29Stefan Matteau (C) Canada
 United States
New Jersey DevilsUS NTDP (USHL)
30Tanner Pearson (LW) CanadaLos Angeles KingsBarrie (OHL)
Notes

Round two[edit]

Sebastian Collberg was selected 33rd overall by the Montreal Canadiens.
Alexandre Mallet was selected 57th overall by the Vancouver Canucks.
#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
31Oscar Dansk (G) SwedenColumbus Blue JacketsBrynäs (Elitserien)
32Mitchell Moroz (LW) CanadaEdmonton OilersEdmonton (WHL)
33Sebastian Collberg (RW) SwedenMontreal CanadiensFrölunda (Elitserien)
34Ville Pokka (D) FinlandNew York IslandersKärpät (SM-liiga)
35Matthew Finn (D) CanadaToronto Maple LeafsGuelph (OHL)
36Nicolas Kerdiles (LW) United StatesAnaheim DucksUS NTDP (USHL)
37Pontus Aberg (LW) SwedenNashville Predators (from Minnesota via San Jose and Tampa Bay)[1]Djurgården J20 (J20 SuperElit)
38Phillip Di Giuseppe (LW) CanadaCarolina HurricanesMichigan (CCHA)
39Lukas Sutter (C) CanadaWinnipeg JetsSaskatoon (WHL)
40Dylan Blujus (D) United StatesTampa Bay LightningBrampton (OHL)
41Mitchell Heard (C) CanadaColorado AvalanchePlymouth (OHL)
42Patrick Sieloff (D) United StatesCalgary Flames (from Buffalo)[2]US NTDP (USHL)
43Ludvig Bystrom (D) SwedenDallas StarsMODO J20 (J20 SuperElit)
44Jake McCabe (D) United StatesBuffalo Sabres (from Calgary)[3]Wisconsin (WCHA)
45Anthony Stolarz (G) United StatesPhiladelphia Flyers (from Ottawa via Phoenix and Columbus)[4]Corpus Christi (NAHL)
46Raphael Bussieres (LW) CanadaMinnesota Wild (from Washington via New Jersey)[5]Baie-Comeau (QMJHL)
47Brock McGinn (LW) CanadaCarolina Hurricanes (from San Jose)[6]Guelph (OHL)
48Dillon Fournier (D) CanadaChicago BlackhawksRouyn-Noranda (QMJHL)
49Martin Frk (RW) CzechDetroit Red WingsHalifax (QMJHL)
50Colton Sissons (C) CanadaNashville Predators (from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay)[7]Kelowna (WHL)
51Dalton Thrower (D) CanadaMontreal Canadiens (from Nashville)[8]Saskatoon (WHL)
52Teodors Bļugers (C) LatviaPittsburgh PenguinsShattuck-St. Mary's (Midget AAA)
53Brian Hart (RW) United StatesTampa Bay Lightning (from Florida via Philadelphia)[9]Exeter (USHS–NH)
54Mike Winther (C) CanadaDallas Stars (from Boston via Toronto, Colorado and Washington)[10]Prince Albert (WHL)
55Chris Tierney (C) CanadaSan Jose Sharks (compensatory)[11]London (OHL)
56Samuel Kurker (RW) United StatesSt. Louis BluesSt. John's Prep (USHS–MA)
57Alexandre Mallet (LW) CanadaVancouver CanucksRimouski (QMJHL)
58Jordan Martinook (LW) CanadaPhoenix CoyotesVancouver (WHL)
59Boo Nieves (C) United StatesNew York RangersKent (USHS–CT)
60Damon Severson (D) CanadaNew Jersey DevilsKelowna (WHL)
61Devin Shore (C) CanadaDallas Stars (from Los Angeles via Philadelphia)[12]Whitby (OJHL)
Notes

Round three[edit]

#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
62Joonas Korpisalo (G) FinlandColumbus Blue JacketsJokerit U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
63Jujhar Khaira (LW) CanadaEdmonton OilersPrince George (BCHL)
64Tim Bozon (LW) FranceMontreal CanadiensKamloops (WHL)
65Adam Pelech (D) CanadaNew York IslandersErie (OHL)
66Jimmy Vesey (LW) United StatesNashville Predators (from Toronto via Los Angeles)[1]South Shore (EJHL)
67Mackenzie MacEachern (LW) United StatesSt. Louis Blues (from Anaheim)[2]Brother Rice (USHS–MI)
68John Draeger (D) United StatesMinnesota WildShattuck-St. Mary's (Midget AAA)
69Daniel Altshuller (G) CanadaCarolina HurricanesOshawa (OHL)
70Scott Kosmachuk (RW) CanadaWinnipeg JetsGuelph (OHL)
71Tanner Richard (C)  SwitzerlandTampa Bay LightningGuelph (OHL)
72Troy Bourke (LW) CanadaColorado AvalanchePrince George (WHL)
73Justin Kea (C) CanadaBuffalo SabresSaginaw (OHL)
74Esa Lindell (D) FinlandDallas StarsJokerit U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
75Jon Gillies (G) United StatesCalgary FlamesIndiana (USHL)
76Chris Driedger (G) CanadaOttawa SenatorsCalgary (WHL)
77Chandler Stephenson (C/LW) CanadaWashington CapitalsRegina (WHL)
78Shayne Gostisbehere (D) United StatesPhiladelphia Flyers (from San Jose via Florida)[3]Union (ECAC)
79Chris Calnan (RW) United StatesChicago BlackhawksNobles (USHS–MA)
80Jake Paterson (G) CanadaDetroit Red WingsSaginaw (OHL)
81Oskar Sundqvist (C) SwedenPittsburgh Penguins (from Philadelphia via Phoenix)[4]Skellefteå J20 (J20 SuperElit)
82Jarrod Maidens (C/LW) CanadaOttawa Senators (from Nashville)[5]Owen Sound (OHL)
83Matt Murray (G) CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsSault Ste. Marie (OHL)
84Steven Hodges (C) CanadaFlorida PanthersVictoria (WHL)
85Matt Grzelcyk (D) United StatesBoston BruinsUS NTDP (USHL)
86Colten Parayko (D) CanadaSt. Louis BluesFort McMurray (AJHL)
87Frederik Andersen (G) DenmarkAnaheim Ducks (from Vancouver)[6]Frölunda (Elitserien)
88James Melindy (D) CanadaPhoenix CoyotesMoncton (QMJHL)
89Brendan Leipsic (LW) CanadaNashville Predators (from NY Rangers)[7]Portland (WHL)
90Ben Johnson (C/LW) United StatesNew Jersey DevilsWindsor (OHL)
91Daniil Zharkov (LW) RussiaEdmonton Oilers (from Los Angeles)[8]Belleville (OHL)
Notes

Round four[edit]

#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
92Matia Marcantuoni (C/RW) CanadaPittsburgh Penguins (from Columbus)[1]Kitchener (OHL)
93Erik Gustafsson (D) SwedenEdmonton OilersDjurgården J20 (J20 SuperElit)
94Brady Vail (C) United StatesMontreal CanadiensWindsor (OHL)
95Josh Anderson (RW) CanadaColumbus Blue Jackets (from NY Islanders via Vancouver)[2]London (OHL)
96Ben Thomson (LW) CanadaNew Jersey Devils (from Toronto)[3]Kitchener (OHL)
97Kevin Roy (C) CanadaAnaheim DucksLincoln (USHL)
98Adam Gilmour (C) United StatesMinnesota WildNobles (USHS–MA)
99Erik Karlsson (C/LW) SwedenCarolina HurricanesFrölunda J20 (J20 SuperElit)
100Thomas DiPauli (C) United StatesWashington Capitals (from Winnipeg)[4]US NTDP (USHL)
101Cedric Paquette (C) CanadaTampa Bay LightningBlainville-Boisbriand (QMJHL)
102Rhett Holland (D) CanadaPhoenix Coyotes (from Colorado)[5]Okotoks (AJHL)
103Loic Leduc (D) CanadaNew York Islanders (from Buffalo)[6]Cape Breton (QMJHL)
104Gemel Smith (C) CanadaDallas StarsOwen Sound (OHL)
105Brett Kulak (D) CanadaCalgary FlamesVancouver (WHL)
106Tim Boyle (D) United StatesOttawa SenatorsNoble (USHS–MA)
107Austin Wuthrich (RW) United StatesWashington CapitalsNotre Dame (CCHA)
108Andrew O'Brien (D) CanadaAnaheim Ducks (from San Jose)[7]Chicoutimi (QMJHL)
109Christopher Lalancette (RW) CanadaSan Jose Sharks (from Chicago)[8]Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)
110Andreas Athanasiou (C/LW) CanadaDetroit Red WingsLondon (OHL)
111Fredric Larsson (D) SwedenPhiladelphia FlyersBrynäs J20 (J20 SuperElit)
112Zach Stepan (C) United StatesNashville PredatorsShattuck-St. Mary's (Midget AAA)
113Sean Maguire (G) CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsPowell River (BCHL)
114Alexander Delnov (LW) RussiaFlorida PanthersMytishchi (MHL)
115Trevor Carrick (D) CanadaCarolina Hurricanes (from Boston)[9]Mississauga (OHL)
116Nick Walters (D) CanadaSt. Louis BluesEverett (WHL)
117Taylor Leier (LW) CanadaPhiladelphia Flyers (from Vancouver via Columbus)[10]Portland (WHL)
118Mikko Vainonen (D) FinlandNashville Predators (from Phoenix)[11]HIFK U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
119Calle Andersson (D) SwedenNew York RangersFärjestad J20 (J20 SuperElit)
120Jaccob Slavin (D) United StatesCarolina Hurricanes (from New Jersey)[12]Chicago (USHL)
121Nikolai Prokhorkin (LW) RussiaLos Angeles KingsCSKA (MHL)
Notes

Round five[edit]

#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
122Charles Hudon (LW) CanadaMontreal Canadiens (from Columbus)[1]Chicoutimi (QMJHL)
123Joey LaLeggia (D) CanadaEdmonton OilersDenver (WCHA)
124Ryan Culkin (D) CanadaCalgary Flames (from Montreal)[2]Quebec (QMJHL)
125Doyle Somerby (D) United StatesNew York IslandersKimball Union (USHS–NH)
126Dominic Toninato (C) United StatesToronto Maple LeafsDuluth East (USHS–MN)
127Brian Cooper (D) United StatesAnaheim Ducks (from Anaheim via Montreal)[3]Fargo (USHL)
128Daniel Gunnarsson (D) SwedenMinnesota WildLuleå (Elitserien)
129Brendan Woods (LW) United States
 Canada
Carolina HurricanesWisconsin (WCHA)
130Connor Hellebuyck (G) United StatesWinnipeg JetsOdessa (NAHL)
131Seth Griffith (C) CanadaBoston Bruins (from Tampa Bay)[4]London (OHL)
132Michael Clarke (C) CanadaColorado AvalancheWindsor (OHL)
133Logan Nelson (C) United StatesBuffalo SabresVictoria (WHL)
134Branden Troock (RW) CanadaDallas StarsSeattle (WHL)
135Graham Black (C) CanadaNew Jersey Devils (from Calgary)[5]Swift Current (WHL)
136Robert Baillargeon (C) United StatesOttawa SenatorsIndiana (USHL)
137Connor Carrick (D) United StatesWashington CapitalsUS NTDP (USHL)
138Daniel O'Regan (C) United StatesSan Jose SharksSt. Sebastian (USHS–MA)
139Garret Ross (LW) United StatesChicago BlackhawksSaginaw (OHL)
140Michael McKee (D) CanadaDetroit Red WingsLincoln (USHL)
141Reece Willcox (D) CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersMerritt (BCHL)
142Thomas Spelling (D) DenmarkNew York Rangers (from Nashville)[6]Herning (Superisligaen)
143Clarke Seymour (D) CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsPeterborough (OHL)
144Henri Kiviaho (G) FinlandDallas Stars (from Florida)[7]KalPa U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
145Cody Payne (RW) Great Britain[60] / CanadaBoston BruinsPlymouth (OHL)
146Francois Tremblay (G) CanadaSt. Louis BluesVal-d'Or (QMJHL)
147Ben Hutton (D) CanadaVancouver CanucksNepean (CCHL)
148Niklas Tikkinen (D) FinlandPhoenix CoyotesBlues U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
149Travis Brown (D) CanadaChicago Blackhawks (from NY Rangers)[8]Moose Jaw (WHL)
150Alexander Kerfoot (C) CanadaNew Jersey DevilsCoquitlam (BCHL)
151Colin Miller (D) CanadaLos Angeles KingsSault Ste. Marie (OHL)
Notes

Round six[edit]

#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
152Daniel Zaar (RW) SwedenColumbus Blue JacketsRögle J20 (J20 SuperElit)
153John McCarron (RW) United StatesEdmonton OilersCornell (ECAC)
154Erik Nystrom (LW) SwedenMontreal CanadiensMODO J20 (J20 SuperElit)
155Jesse Graham (D) CanadaNew York IslandersNiagara (OHL)
156Connor Brown (RW) CanadaToronto Maple LeafsErie (OHL)
157Ryan Rupert (C) CanadaToronto Maple Leafs (from Anaheim)[1]London (OHL)
158Christoph Bertschy (C)  SwitzerlandMinnesota WildBern (NLA)
159Colin Olsen (G) United StatesCarolina HurricanesUS NTDP (USHL)
160Ryan Olsen (C) CanadaWinnipeg JetsSaskatoon (WHL)
161Jake Dotchin (D) CanadaTampa Bay LightningOwen Sound (OHL)
162Joseph Blandisi (C/RW) CanadaColorado AvalancheOwen Sound (OHL)
163Linus Ullmark (G) SwedenBuffalo SabresMODO J20 (J20 SuperElit)
164Simon Fernholm (D) SwedenNashville Predators (from Dallas via Florida)[2]Huddinge J20 (J20 SuperElit)
165Coda Gordon (LW) CanadaCalgary FlamesSwift Current (WHL)
166Francois Brassard (G) CanadaOttawa SenatorsQuebec (QMJHL)
167Riley Barber (RW) United StatesWashington CapitalsUS NTDP (USHL)
168Clifford Watson (D) United StatesSan Jose SharksSioux City (USHL)
169Vincent Hinostroza (C) United StatesChicago BlackhawksWaterloo (USHL)
170James de Haas (D) CanadaDetroit Red WingsToronto Lakeshore (OJHL)
171Tomas Hyka (RW) CzechLos Angeles Kings (from Philadelphia)[3]Gatineau (QMJHL)
172Max Gortz (RW) SwedenNashville PredatorsFärjestad J20 (J20 SuperElit)
173Anton Zlobin (RW) RussiaPittsburgh PenguinsShawinigan (QMJHL)
174Francis Beauvillier (C/LW) CanadaFlorida PanthersRimouski (QMJHL)
175Matthew Benning (D) CanadaBoston BruinsSpruce Grove (AJHL)
176Petteri Lindbohm (D) FinlandSt. Louis BluesJokerit U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
177Wesley Myron (LW) CanadaVancouver CanucksVictoria (BCHL)
178Samuel Fejes (LW) United StatesPhoenix CoyotesShattuck-St. Mary's (Midget AAA)
179Marek Mazanec (G) CzechNashville Predators (from NY Rangers)[4]Plzeň (ELH)
180Artur Gavrus (C) BelarusNew Jersey DevilsOwen Sound (OHL)
181Paul LaDue (D) United StatesLos Angeles KingsLincoln (USHL)
Notes

Round seven[edit]

#PlayerNationalityNHL TeamCollege/Junior/Club Team
182Gianluca Curcuruto (D) CanadaColumbus Blue JacketsSault Ste. Marie (OHL)
183Dmitri Sinitsyn (D) RussiaDallas Stars (from Edmonton via Los Angeles)[1]UMass Lowell (Hockey East)
184Marek Langhamer (G) CzechPhoenix Coyotes (from Montreal)[2]J Pardubice (Noen ELJ)
185Jake Bischoff (D) United StatesNew York IslandersGrand Rapids (USHS–MN)
186Matt DeBlouw (C) United StatesCalgary Flames (from Toronto)[3]Muskegon (USHL)
187Kenton Helgesen (D) CanadaAnaheim DucksCalgary (WHL)
188Louis Nanne (LW) United StatesMinnesota WildEdina (USHS–MN)
189Brendan Collier (LW) United StatesCarolina HurricanesMalden Catholic (USHS–MA)
190Jamie Phillips (G) CanadaWinnipeg JetsToronto (OJHL)
191Brandon Whitney (G) CanadaChicago Blackhawks (from Tampa Bay via San Jose)[4]Victoriaville (QMJHL)
192Colin Smith (C) CanadaColorado AvalancheKamloops (WHL)
193Brady Austin (D) CanadaBuffalo SabresBelleville (OHL)
194Jonatan Nielsen (D) SwedenFlorida Panthers (from Dallas)[5]Linköpings J20 (J20 SuperElit)
195Christian Djoos (D) SwedenWashington Capitals (from Calgary)[6]Brynäs J20 (J20 SuperElit)
196Mikael Wikstrand (D) SwedenOttawa SenatorsMora (Allsvenskan)
197Jaynen Rissling (D) CanadaWashington CapitalsCalgary (WHL)
198Joakim Ryan (D) United StatesSan Jose SharksCornell (ECAC)
199Matt Tomkins (G) CanadaChicago BlackhawksSherwood Park (AJHL)
200Rasmus Bodin (LW) SwedenDetroit Red WingsÖstersunds (Division 1)
201Valeri Vasilyev (D) RussiaPhiladelphia FlyersSpartak (MHL)
202Nikita Gusev (LW) RussiaTampa Bay Lightning (from Nashville)[7]CSKA (MHL)
203Sergei Kostenko (G) RussiaWashington Capitals (from Pittsburgh)[8]Novokuznetsk (MHL)
204Judd Peterson (C/RW) United StatesBuffalo Sabres (from Florida via Chicago)[9]Marshall (USHS–MN)
205Colton Hargrove (LW) United StatesBoston BruinsFargo (USHL)
206Tyrel Seaman (C) CanadaSt. Louis BluesBrandon (WHL)
207Matthew Beattie (LW) United StatesVancouver CanucksExeter (USHS–NH)
208Justin Hache (D) CanadaPhoenix CoyotesShawinigan (QMJHL)
209Viktor Loov (D) SwedenToronto Maple Leafs (from NY Rangers)[10]Södertälje (Allsvenskan)
210Jaycob Megna (D) United StatesAnaheim Ducks (from New Jersey)[11]Nebraska–Omaha (WCHA)
211Nick Ebert (D) United StatesLos Angeles KingsWindsor (OHL)
Notes

Draftees based on nationality[edit]

RankCountryPicksPercent
North America15473.0%
1 Canada10047.4%
2 United States5425.6%
Europe5727.0%
3 Sweden2210.4%
4 Russia125.7%
5 Finland94.3%
6 Czech Republic62.8%
7 Latvia20.9%
 Denmark20.9%
  Switzerland20.9%
8 France10.5%
 Belarus10.5%
 Great Britain10.5%

North American draftees by state/province[edit]

RankState/ProvinceSelectionsTop Selection
1Flag of Ontario.svg Ontario44Slater Koekkoek, 10th
2Flag of Alberta.svg Alberta17Matthew Dumba, 7th
3Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec14Mike Matheson, 23rd
4Flag of British Columbia.svg British Columbia10Griffin Reinhart, 4th
5Flag of Minnesota.svg Minnesota9Brady Skjei, 28th
6Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Saskatchewan8Ryan Murray, 2nd
6Flag of Michigan.svg Michigan8Jacob Trouba, 9th
6Flag of Massachusetts.svg Massachusetts8Sam Kurker, 56th
9Flag of New Jersey.svg New Jersey4Anthony Stolarz, 45th
9Flag of Illinois.svg Illinois4Thomas Di Pauli, 100th
11Flag of Wisconsin.svg Wisconsin4Alex Galchenyuk, 3rd
11Flag of New York.svg New York3Dylan Blujus, 40th
11Flag of Manitoba.svg Manitoba3Chris Dreidger, 76th
11Flag of Florida.svg Florida3Shayne Gostibehere, 78th
11Flag of Alaska.svg Alaska3Austin Wuthrich, 107th
16Flag of Maine.svg Maine2Brian Hart, 53rd
17Flag of Arizona.svg Arizona1Henrik Samuelsson, 27th
17Flag of California.svg California1Nic Kerdiles, 36th
17Flag of the Northwest Territories.svg Northwest Territories1Steven Hodges, 84th
17Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Newfoundland and Labrador1James Melindy, 88th
17Flag of Colorado.svg Colorado2Jaccob Slavin, 120th
17Flag of Virginia.svg Virginia1Brendan Woods, 129th
17Flag of Connecticut.svg Connecticut1Robert Baillargeon, 136th
17Flag of Pennsylvania.svg Pennsylvania1Riley Barber, 167th
17Flag of North Dakota.svg North Dakota1Paul LaDue, 181st
17Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Nova Scotia1Brandon Whitney, 191st
17Flag of Texas.svg Texas1Colton Hargrove, 205th
17Flag of New Brunswick.svg New Brunswick1Justin Hache, 208th

Further reading[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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