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July 22, 2021

FCHockey’s FULL Seven-Round Staff Mock

We’re in the Endgame now.

The Buffalo Sabres are on the clock with the first round of the 2021 NHL Draft will commence at 8 p.m. ET. It’ll kick off the first 31 picks (sorry, Arizona Coyotes) and a year’s worth of work, give or take a few months, will come to fruition for the NHL’s 32 clubs.

It’s the same at FCHockey. Both Friday and Saturday’s events will put a bow on the efforts of our entire scouting staff for the 2021 draft.

But we wouldn’t leave you without one last piece of fun: our FULL 2021 NHL Draft Mock. Seven rounds. 224(ish) picks. Some internal cursing amongst the group.

And here it is:

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Here we go.

And if you want to just skip to the bottom for the breakdown by round or team, we won’t mind.


1. Buffalo Sabres: William Eklund | LW | Djurgardens (SHL) | RANK: 5
HT: 5’9.75″ | WT: 176 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Curtis Schwartzkopf

With Jack Eichel‘s departure almost a certainty, Buffalo takes the dynamic William Eklund to build a young core of players. Passing on the consensus No. 1 is made possible by the Sabres having some depth on the left side of their defensive group. With Eklund, they’re getting a forward who is close to NHL-ready and who has very strong puck possession traits and high-end offensive abilities. A well rounded forward with a lot of potential will work nicely with a forward group that includes Dylan Cozens and Jack Quinn.

2. Seattle Kraken: Jesper Wallstedt | G | Lulea (SHL) | RANK: 8
HT: 6’3″ | WT: 214 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Kyle Watson

If you need any justification for picking a goaltender early in the draft, take a look at this year’s playoffs. There is no clear-cut No. 1 pick and no one who is a surefire top-line forward or top-pairing defenseman. There stands a chance Jesper Wallstedt will be the best player to come out of the 2021 draft. Great goaltenders are hard to come by, and Seattle can set themselves up between the pipes for the first 20 years of their existence by picking Wallstedt.

3. Anaheim Ducks: Owen Power | D | Michigan (NCAA) | RANK: 1
HT: 6’6″ | WT: 213 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Josh Bell

I really believe that Owen Power will be gone by this point. He’s very likely the No. 1 pick and in the off-chance the Sabres go another way, the Kraken will scoop him up. But for this exercise, Anaheim is the proud owners of the shiny new defender. After taking Jamie Drysdale last year, the Ducks look set to solidify their defensive corps for the foreseeable future. Power brings intelligence, a strong transition game, a long reach, and impressive four-way ability, especially considering his size. With Trevor Zegras, Maxime Comtois, Sam Steel, and Jacob Perreault up from, continuing to add to the defensive pool is the way to go here.

4. New Jersey Devils: Luke Hughes | D | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 3
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 184 | NAT: USA | PICK: Justin Froese

Luke Hughes just makes sense for the Devils in this spot. Not only is there organizational familiarity and New Jersey’s need for an x-factor on the back end, but his trajectory towards being the best player in this draft class is a solid bet if he’s given a good development path. Hughes projects as a game-changing type player who is elite in transition. I like the bet on multiple elite attributes and the player buying in to develop a stronger off-puck presence.

5. Columbus Blue Jackets: Matthew Beniers | C | Michigan (NCAA) | RANK: 4
HT: 6’1.5″ | WT: 175 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joseph Aleong

There’s been a notable premium placed on top centers in the draft in recent years. With somewhat of a blank slate of young players to work with, Columbus opts for the best two-way center in the draft in Matthew Beniers, who should be one of the first players from his draft class to reach the NHL. Armed with exciting young KHL wingers Kirill Marchenko and Yegor Chinakhov but with a dearth of center prospects, Beniers both fills an organizational need for the Blue Jackets and represents the best value left on the board.

6. Detroit Red Wings: Brandt Clarke | D | Barrie (OHL) | RANK: 2
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 185 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Dylan Krill

Brandt Clarke could turn out to be a slam dunk pick for the Red Wings. Making their right-side on defense stacked with Clarke and Moritz Seider, setting them up for years. Clarke is a highly-offensive defenseman who loves to join the offense and contribute on rushes. He has the potential to become a #1 power play quarterback and add to the Red Wings heavy prospect pool. Detroit doesn’t rush prospects, and that is very beneficial to Clarke, to allow him to develop and reach his highest ceiling, and then join the Wings when they are competitive again.

7. San Jose Sharks: Mason McTavish | C | Peterborough (OHL) | RANK: 10
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 207 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Brandon Holmes

The Sharks of days past were built down the middle with the likes of Joe Thornton, Joe Pavelski, and current captain Logan Couture, and what better way to ring in a new era of San Jose hockey by building around a young, competitive center in Mason McTavish. McTavish’s hockey sense and 200-foot awareness sets him apart in this draft class, as he thinks the game as well as anybody and can distribute the puck to teammates nearly as well as he can shoot the puck. McTavish is a natural leader and would be a fantastic addition for the Sharks to help lead their infusion of youth to the lineup.

8. Los Angeles Kings: Dylan Guenther | RW | Edmonton (WHL) | RANK: 6
HT: 6’1.5″ | WT: 175 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joel Henderson

The Kings have been trying to build up the middle again for a few years and filling in the gaps with competitive, smart, versatile goal-scoring wingers certainly isn’t the easiest. In Dylan Guenther, Los Angeles gets a player who understands skating pathways, filling gaps, finding open seams, and delivering a quick release wrist shot with power and accuracy. A top-six goal scoring winger and a threat on the power play.

9. Vancouver Canucks: Simon Edvinsson | D | Frolunda J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 7
HT: 6’4.25″ | WT: 198 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Fredrik Haak

Simon Edvinsson is a technically-skilled defenseman that likes to contribute in both ends. Great reach and strong gap control and great skating abilities makes it difficult to be creative when you face him. Edvinsson is also a player that likes to use his smooth hands and makes offensive journeys. A defenseman that could be a top player in his team in the future.

10. Ottawa Senators: Kent Johnson | C | Michigan (NCAA) | RANK: 9
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 167 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Sebastian Death

Ottawa is able to acquire an offensive dynamo and skilled playmaker in Kent Johnson. Johnson possesses excellent hands and creativity alongside his premier hockey IQ. He has some of the best vision and awareness in this years draft class, and is an excellent skater who is very strong on his edges and can pull off phenomenal dekes/passes at full speed. While he will likely not immediately slot into the Senators top-six, Johnson has the skill to be a difference maker for his team after he has had some time to develop in the minor leagues.

11. Arizona Coyotes: Forfeit

The Arizona Coyotes’ first-round selection in the 2021 NHL Draft has been forfeited due to the organization breaking the NHL’s combine protocol.

12. Chicago Blackhawks: Chaz Lucius | C | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 14
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 185 | NAT: USA | PICK: Ray Napientek

Chaz Lucius may be the best pure goal scorer and had a top-five potential before an unfortunate lower-body injury. Chicago receives a forward with the potential to lead his team in goals with his powerful, accurate shot. His ability to find open areas on the ice and read plays is excellent. As his skating continues to get stronger, Lucius has the potential to be a top-line forward. Underrated playmaker.

13. Calgary Flames: Cole Sillinger | C | Sioux Falls (USHL) | RANK: 13
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 197 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Aaron Vickers

Cole Sillinger’s playmaking ability amongst his peers in this draft class is elite, and his shot makes him a significant dual threat to do damage to opposing goaltenders. Though there are some issues with his ability to play with pace, there’s no denying the offensive upside that the forward possesses. If he can further grow his vision and adaptability, Sillinger will develop nicely into a top-six threat with massive upside.

14. Philadelphia Flyers: Matthew Coronato | RW | Chicago (USHL) | RANK: 20
HT: 5’10.25″ | WT: 183 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Galloway

A smaller forward who owns a relentless motor, and an excellent shot, Matthew Coronato is a controlled zone entry machine who is also impressive at driving to the guts of the ice with the puck and unleashing his accurate shot. The combo of his skills with his competitiveness makes him a perfect fit in the Flyers organization. Coronato will fit as a top-six scoring winger, as well as a great power play contributor for Philadelphia for years to come.

15. Dallas Stars: Fabian Lysell | RW | Frolunda J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 11
HT: 5’10.5″ | WT: 172 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

As one of the lowest scoring teams in the league the last few seasons, Dallas is sorely in need of an injection of skill to the forward ranks. Fabian Lysell fits that skill requirement and is one of the higher ceiling players available in the draft. Adding Lysell’s skillset to a group that includes last year’s first rounder Mavrik Bourque, as well as the up-and-coming core gives Stars fans hope that the team’s scoring woes will soon be a thing of the past.

16. New York Rangers: Brennan Othmann | LW | Flint (OHL) | RANK: 22
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 175 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joseph Aleong

The Rangers likely want to shop this pick for more NHL-ready help, but Brennan Othmann is a worthy selection at this spot. His skating, pro-level shot power and release, and tenacity off the puck to push the pace of play are all appealing tools for a modern top-nine NHL forward. New York is well-stocked with young, high-end offensive talent; adding a forward who brings a different physical element could be what the team is looking for.

17. St. Louis Blues: Corson Ceulemans | D | Brooks (AJHL) | RANK: 12
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 198 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Brandon Holmes

The Blues can replenish their defensive pool by picking up Corson Ceulemans. In Ceulemans, St. Louis gets a versatile, multi-tool defenseman who can skate, make plays in the offensive zone, and play physical in his own zone. Ceulemans could serve to spend some time ironing out his defensive game and overall decision making at the University of Wisconsin, and if he can address those areas for improvement he projects as a potential top-four, all-situations defenseman that the Blues could plug into their lineup.

18. Winnipeg Jets: Fyodor Svechkov | C | Ladia Togliatti (MHL) | RANK: 18
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 187 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Dylan Krill

Fyodor Svechkov is an intelligent center who is arguably the best defensive forward in this draft. He will add to the Jets’ center depth and give them a useful option to shutdown opponents’ top players, while also contributing offense with his creative playmaking, vision and consistent smart decision making with the puck. He does have top-six upside.

19. Nashville Predators: Carson Lambos | D | Winnipeg (WHL) | RANK: 29
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 197 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

The Predators have a long a storied history of developing some of the best defensemen in the game, and Carson Lambos has the potential to continue that tradition. While he had a short and uneven draft year, the tools are there for him to become a mobile two-way, top-four defenseman. He’ll have the opportunity to apprentice under an experienced defense corps and if there is any team that can unlock the true potential of Lambos, it’s Nashville.

20. Edmonton Oilers: Sebastian Cossa | G | Edmonton (WHL) | RANK: 15
HT: 6’6″ | WT: 210 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Shaun Richardson

Sebastian Cossa will be able to provide the Oilers some long-term certainty in the net. He’s particularly tall, yet more mobile and quick than most goalies his size. He tracks pucks and reads plays well, has quick lateral movement and a good blocker and glove. Since Cossa has played with the Oil Kings through junior, he should be very comfortable remaining in Edmonton and the familiarity would help his mental preparation, especially earlier in his career.

21. Boston Bruins: Zach Dean | C | Gatineau (QMJHL) | RANK: 23
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 176 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joseph Aleong

The Bruins aren’t afraid to stray from convention in the first round, but adding a young center from the QMJHL with great two-way potential definitely seems like it could interest them. Zach Dean‘s production this year doesn’t jump out, but he possesses great speed, puckhandling, and excels at playing between checks in both ends. He has all the tools to eventually fill a middle-six role as a center in the NHL.

22. Minnesota Wild: Aatu Raty | C | Karpat U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) | RANK: 17
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 185 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Joel Henderson

Minnesota selects the much-debated Finnish forward to add to their re-tooling cupboard. Aatu Raty is a great transition center who flashes high-end attributes at times. The Wild could develop him into a smart, two-way, middle-six player.

23. Detroit Red Wings: Logan Stankoven | C | Kamloops (WHL) | RANK: 19
HT: 5’8″ | WT: 170 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Dylan Krill

Logan Stankoven just fits the Red Wings style and brings so many tools that the organization holds to high value. Detroit isn’t one to shy away from size and loves players with high-skill and high-compete, making Stankoven a perfect mold for the Red Wings.

24. Florida Panthers: Olen Zellweger | D | Everett (WHL) | RANK: 26
HT: 5’9″ | WT: 175 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Tomas Zubrus

Olen Zellweger may not be the biggest guy, but he’s a smooth skating defenseman who could quarterback the power play and would be a pest to play against in other situations. He’s also reliable defensively, which is one of the biggest needs the Panthers core needs.

25. Columbus Blue Jackets: Nikita Chibrikov | RW | SKA-1946 (MHL) | RANK: 21
HT: 5’10” | WT: 170 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Joseph Aleong

Nikita Chibrikov is a slippery, dangerous winger who showed fairly well across three Russian leagues before playing a starring role for Russia at the Under-18s. While his top speed and defensive intensity leave room for improvement, his elite playmaking ability and flashy puck handling should fit in nicely among the current crop of young Columbus forwards.

26. Minnesota Wild: Simon Robertsson | RW | Skelleftea J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 27
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 190 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Joel Henderson

Simon Robertsson has the ability to evade in high traffic, play physical on the wing, and process skating and passing lanes very quickly. He should project nicely as a two-way NHL winger.

27. Carolina Hurricanes: Isak Rosen | RW | Leksands J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 16
HT: 5’11” | WT: 156 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Justin Froese

Carolina adds to their crop up front by going with the smart and speedy Isak Rosen who provides value late in the round. Versatility is the strength of his game and there are a lot of translatable elements that will provide the base while he rounds his offensive repertoire. He needs to grow his game physically, but is a strong off-puck player who relishes playing up tempo.

28. Colorado Avalanche: Francesco Pinelli | C | Kitchener (OHL) | RANK: 31
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 185 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Dylan Krill

Francesco Pinelli is a playmaker with excellent vision and great creativity with the puck. Colorado loves players with high-end skill, so they won’t let Pinelli to slip past them. He’s a good add to the already stacked Avalanche prospect system.

29. New Jersey Devils: Oskar Olausson | RW | HV71 J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 38
HT: 6’1.25″ | WT: 180 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Justin Froese

Oskar Olausson provides one of the higher offensive ceilings with thanks to puck skill and a manipulative approach. He’s equally dangerous as a playmaker or shooter and the foundation is there to become a stronger and more efficient skater. He will need to work on his game off-puck and become more accountable from his positioning to route selection but the upside to be a top-six is there.

30. Vegas Golden Knights: Zachary Bolduc | C | Rimouski (QMJHL) | RANK: 25
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 175 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Shaun Richardson

Vegas needs help down the middle and Zachary Bolduc is a nice fit. He gets around the ice well and has good speed that should continue to improve as he develops, but even now he has plenty of ability to slot into this lineup. Offensively, he has good puck skills and an excellent shot. Defensively, there are some holes in his game but not to any degree that causes concern. The Golden Knights have an established group of fundamentally sound forwards who will be able to mentor Bolduc and help fill in any of the gaps.

31. Montreal Canadiens: Xavier Bourgault | C | Shawinigan (QMJHL) | RANK: 24
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 172 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Josh Bell

The Canadiens take the best player available in Xavier Bourgault. Largely considered to be a 15-25 selection, he is simply too good to pass up this late. The highly-dynamic offensive player shows remarkable intelligence in his game. He’s a strong skater and he shows exceptional positioning and awareness. He has some impressive creativity to his game that adds to his ability to drive the net. This is a strong first pick for Montreal.

32. Columbus Blue Jackets: Jack Peart | D | Fargo (USHL) | RANK: 34
HT: 5’11.25″ | WT: 186 | NAT: USA | PICK: Joseph Aleong

A late riser in the draft process, Jack Peart‘s stock jumped once he moved from the high school ranks to Fargo, where he seamlessly slid in on the back end and produced more offense than expected. Peart handles forecheck pressure well, using his agility to beat checkers and move the puck out of his end quickly. His 1-on-1 defending is impressive, and while he doesn’t have a particular standout skill, he is well-rounded enough and has the hockey sense to project a shutdown NHL role.

33. Buffalo Sabres: Ayrton Martino | LW | Omaha (USHL) | RANK: 40
HT: 5’11” | WT: 160 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Curtis Schwartzkopf

The agile Ayrton Martino uses his speed to beat defenders wide and has a natural ability to make high level passes to high danger areas of the ice for scoring chances. His defensive game needs some work, but the Sabres are in need of fast offensive-minded forwards and Martino fits the bill.

34. Anaheim Ducks: Samu Tuomaala | RW | Karpat U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) | RANK: 33
HT: 5’10” | WT: 174 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Josh Bell

Samu Tuomaala loves to shoot and knows how to put the puck in the net. There are some concerns with his defensive effort, but his ability to turn up his game in crucial moments is extremely impressive. He’s definitely known for his shooting ability but he’s a strong passer as well, able to create opportunities for his teammates. With the Ducks utilizing Jacob Perreault and Tuomaala in the near future, Anaheim shouldn’t have a problem putting the puck in the net.

35. Seattle Kraken: Zachary L’Heureux | LW | Halifax (QMJHL) | RANK: 45
HT: 5’11” | WT: 196 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Kyle Watson

Concerns about Zachary L’Heureux‘s suspensions are heavily outweighed by his elite puck skills and solid production. He possesses a solid build and uses it to drive to the net and create high-danger chances. The key to his development will be channelling his aggressiveness and competitiveness into positive avenues.

36. Vegas Golden Knights: Jack Bar | D | Chicago (USHL) | RANK: 55
HT: 6’2.5″ | WT: 193 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Shaun Richardson

Jack Bar is an effective defenseman in all three zones. Offensively, he can contribute with his play along the blue line but can also come down the wall to attack deeper in the zone. In the defensive zone, he plays physically and defends well along the boards and in front of the net. He should be able to slot into the top-four down the road with top pair potential as he continues to develop.

37. Arizona Coyotes: Matthew Samoskevich | RW | Chicago (USHL) | RANK: 30
HT: 5’10.75″ | WT: 191 | NAT: USA | PICK: Ray Napientek

Matthew Samoskevich has a very high skillset offensively and can make some plays at top speed that’ll wow you. His motor is good and he shows the ability to be a playmaker at the next level. Type of player that can control the game with the puck on his stick.

38. Detroit Red Wings: Sasha Pastujov | RW | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 39
HT: 6’0.25″ | WT: 184 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Krill

Sasha Pastujov has great potential to become a duel threat winger with top-six upside. His talent alone is worth a first round pick, but there are concerns with his skating and defensive play. With the Red Wings not being competitive for a while, Pastujov will have lots of time to fully develop at the University of Notre Dame.

39. Ottawa Senators: Anton Olsson | D | Malmo J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 61
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 198 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Sebastian Death

Anton Olsson is a reliable, two-way puck moving defenseman who has the size and skill to be a regular contributor in the NHL. His best skills — awareness, slot/rush defense, poise and IQ — will translate well to the NHL. Like most defenseman, he will need some years to develop to work on his skating, decision-making and put on size.

40. Nashville Predators: William Stromgren | LW | MODO (ALLSVENSKAN) | RANK: 46
HT: 6’3″ | WT: 175 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

The wait for William Stromgren may be longer than it would be for some other options at this pick, however the payoff could be massive. At his best, Stromgren is a five-tool offensive talent who can beat defenders with skill, speed, and/or strength. He is still raw physically, and at times he can be reactive, however as he adds weight and coordination to his frame, he has the potential to develop into an offensive force.

41. Vancouver Canucks: Prokhor Poltapov | LW | Krasnaya Armiya (MHL) | RANK: 37
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 176 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Fredrik Haak

Prokhor Poltapov is a true nightmare to face for opposing defensemen. He is a sneaky player that does smart plays and unpredictable moves on the ice whenever he gets a chance. Poltapov works hard both ways and puts a lot of honor in his defensive responsibility. Extremely high ceiling and development potential.

42. Ottawa Senators: Samu Salminen | C | Jokerit U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) | RANK: 112
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 186 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Sebastian Death

Samu Salminen is a raw prospect with lots of potential. He possesses good size, a heavy accurate shot and strong offensive awareness. He is very much a work in progress though. He needs to further develop his skating, as he lacks mobility and edge strength. Salminen looks like a potential bottom-six forward in the NHL with power play potential if he develops well.

43. Arizona Coyotes: Scott Morrow | D | Shattuck St. Marys (USHS) | RANK: 81
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 195 | NAT: USA | PICK: Ray Napientek

Scott Morrow is an offensive-minded defenseman that can carry the puck well. His defensive deficiencies are there right now, but his work ethic should make him better in his own zone. Look for Morrow to continue to fill out his solid frame and develop into a top-four defenseman for Arizona.

44. Chicago Blackhawks: Wyatt Johnston | C | Windsor (OHL) | RANK: 50
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 178 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Ray Napientek

Chicago grabs another forward similar to their pick last season in Lukas Reichel, but Wyatt Johnston does a lot of things that help teams win that do not necessarily always show up on the scoresheet. Johnston’s motor is very good and is responsible in all three zones. He’s has the potential to be a middle-six forward, but has a limited ceiling.

45. Calgary Flames: Daniil Chayka | D | CSKA (KHL) | RANK: 28
HT: 6’2.75″ | WT: 187 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Aaron Vickers

Daniil Chayka still projects as a potential top-four defenseman but does have some obstacles to overcome in order to get there. Still, he’s a value pick that almost immediately becomes Calgary’s top defense prospect and a player that the team can expect to contribute at some level in the NHL down the road.

46. Philadelphia Flyers: Dylan Duke | LW | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 41
HT: 5’10” | WT: 175 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Galloway

A small but energetic and competitive forward, Dylan Duke‘s willingness to be first on the puck makes him a good puck retrieval player and his speed through transition is another asset that makes him intriguing for a player in this range. He’ll be a great asset to the more skilled players in the Flyers lineup, and play a role in the middle-six that every team needs.

47. Dallas Stars: Stanislav Svozil | D | Kometa Brno (Czech) | RANK: 35
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 182 | NAT: CZE | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

Stanislav Svozil is a player that many see as a first rounder. What he lacks in flash he makes up for with poise and intelligence. While he can play a quiet style, he is a net positive in all three zones and there are few weaknesses in his game. He may not be a home run swing however getting a consistent and reliable defender that can play in all-situations at this point in the draft is great value.

48. Detroit Red Wings: Shai Buium | D | Sioux City (USHL) | RANK: 54
HT: 6’3″ | WT: 209 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Krill

Shai Buium adds to the Wings defensive prospects and will bring size, soft hands and great vision. He is still a raw talent and viewed to have top-four potential with the ability to play on both special teams. He can play a strong two-way game with physicality and also contribute offensively.

49. Los Angeles Kings: Evan Nause | D | Quebec (QMJHL) | RANK: 44
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 186 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joel Henderson

Evan Nause is consistent at defending the rush and turning play positively. He chooses outlet and transition moments very well. He should project well to the NHL with their new brand of efficiency.

50. Winnipeg Jets: Brent Johnson | D | Sioux Falls (USHL) | RANK: 42
HT: 5’11” | WT: 161 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Krill

Brent Johnson has the potential to be a very mobile, two-way defenseman who can play in the top-four, and in all situations and both special teams. He is very smart with his decisions and rarely looks great overwhelmed, making consistent efficient plays. He has great vision, gap control and an effective shot.

51. Nashville Predators: Alexander Kisakov | LW | Dynamo Moskva (MHL) | RANK: 78
HT: 5’10” | WT: 150 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

Second in both goals and points in the MHL this year, Alexander Kisakov has been a riser throughout the season and provides good value. With an effortless stride and quick strike puck skills, he adds another layer of skill to the Predators prospect cupboard. With an aging and declining offensive core, he fits an organizational need.

52. New York Islanders: Benjamin Gaudreau | G | Sarnia (OHL) | RANK: 32
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 175 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Josh Bell

Detroit’s goalie prospects are definitely the weakest link to their prospect system, and Benjamin Gaudreau could definitely fill a huge need. With a regular year and an OHL season he could have possibly been in more discussions for the first round, so getting him much later is a great value. He proved that he can handle tough situations playing behind a weak Sting team and displayed how good he is at the U18’s. The potential is a No. 1 starter.

53. Buffalo Sabres: Aleksi Heimosalmi | D | Assat U20 (U20 SM-sarja) | RANK: 36
HT: 5’11” | WT: 170 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Curtis Schwartzkopf

Aleksi Heimosalmi is an excellent puck-carrying defender that has speed and confidence that makes him very strong in transition. Getting him late in the second round would be a great choice. Rising up draft boards after a very good Under 18s.

54. Minnesota Wild: Tristan Broz | C | Fargo (USHL) | RANK: 51
HT: 5’11.5″ | WT: 178 | NAT: USA | PICK: Joel Henderson

Tristan Broz is a strong possession forward who has finesse to control the play on the outside or dart to high-danger areas. He has very quick hands and can make equally quick decisions in small spaces. He has the ability to control possession in all areas of the ice. A projectable dual-threat as scorer and playmaker.

55. Washington Capitals: Sean Behrens | D | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 56
HT: 5’9.5″ | WT: 177 | NAT: USA | PICK: Tomas Zubrus

Sean Behrens has first round talent which he has flashed numerous times, especially in the early stages of the Under-18s. His vision and ability to create passing lanes when there are none, along with making plays via stretch passing, is exceptional. He can hold his own defensively when needed, too.

56. Florida Panthers: Conner Roulette | LW | Seattle (WHL) | RANK: 113
HT: 5’11” | WT: 180 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Tomas Zubrus

Conner Roulette‘s skating isn’t great, and he has a lot to work on in that department, but what he does bring to the table is his scoring. His wrist shot is heavy and very accurate, as is his snap shot. Roulette can be classified as a high-risk, high-reward pick. But the upside might be too good to pass up at this stage in the draft.

57. Toronto Maple Leafs: Matvei Petrov | RW | Krylja Sovetov 2 (MHL) | RANK: 57
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 178 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Mat Sheridan

Matvei Petrov has a chance to become a reliable two-way winger at the NHL level. He has a quick release and is able to beat goalies in a variety of different ways. He has an impressive work ethic, consistently getting hard in on the forecheck and makes it hard for the opposition to start the breakout. While he needs to build up his strength, he has the chance to be a solid middle-six contributor.

58. Pittsburgh Penguins: Brett Harrison | C | Oshawa (OHL) | RANK: 53
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 188 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Kyle Watson

Brett Harrison is a player who has thrived in a secondary scoring role in his junior and international career. His size makes him effective in front of the net, but he can also score in open ice with any type of shot. Adding weight onto his frame and working on his explosiveness will help him at the next level.

59. Carolina Hurricanes: Kirill Kirsanov | D | SKA-1946 (MHL) | RANK: 117
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 198 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Justin Froese

Kirill Kirsanov‘s game is all about control and poise, and has the upside to be a solid game managing defender who logs big minutes. He will need to work on his skating, primarily pivots and his first step, but with his pucks skill and ability to play a methodical game he can provide all situations value.

60. Arizona Coyotes: Ty Voit | RW | Sarnia (OHL) | RANK: 43
HT: 5’9″ | WT: 160 | NAT: USA | PICK: Ray Napientek

Ty Voit may not have played this year due to the OHL season being cancelled, but the young player showed tremendous potential in his D-1 year. He needs to bulk up, but he’s highly skilled. He has a very strong skating ability and his creativity is extremely impressive. The shifty winger is worth betting on.

61. Colorado Avalanche: Vincent Iorio | D | Brandon (WHL) | RANK: 48
HT: 6’2.5″ | WT: 191 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Dylan Krill

Vincent Iorio seemingly hasn’t stopped improving at the junior level and has the projectable tool kit to be in a team’s top-four. His quickness in general will need some work, but he’s improved his defensive width to become a more physical and efficient gap defender who doesn’t just rely on reach and straight-line approach to defend.

62. Chicago Blackhawks: Nolan Allan | D | Prince Albert (WHL) | RANK: 102
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 195 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Ray Napientek

Nolan Allan brings the size and defensive responsibility for Chicago on the back end. His ceiling may not be as high as other defensemen, however, his partner will be allowed to roam and make plays in the offensive zone as Allan approaches his game with a simple, stay-at-home approach. Potential as a solid second pairing NHLer.

63. Montreal Canadiens: Matthew Knies | LW | Tri-City (USHL) | RANK: 52
HT: 6’2.5″ | WT: 210 | NAT: USA | PICK: Josh Bell

With Matthew Knies, the Canadiens can bet on skill but get it in a highly aggressive, hungry frame. He’s a strong skater and loves to jump into puck battles to fight for the puck. He also shows off some remarkable hands, with the ability to stickhandle through the smallest of spaces to reach his target.

64. Montreal Canadiens: Artyom Grushnikov | D | MHL (CSKA) | RANK: 49
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 198 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Josh Bell

Artyom Grushnikov is not a player that will run up the scoreboard, but he is an extremely strong defensive player. If it wasn’t for the OHL cancelling the season, the Russian defender would likely be on the cusp of the first round. He’s a physical presence on the ice that has a long reach and the ability to angle attackers out.

65. New York Rangers: Chase Stillman | C | Sudbury (OHL) | RANK: 63
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 180 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joseph Aleong

Chase Stillman‘s offensive impact is inconsistent from shift-to-shift, but he plays with a lot of energy and relishes the physical element of the game, making him a versatile forward who can fill a variety of roles. His shot and puckhandling abilities were more apparent in the lower-tier Danish league.

66. Anaheim Ducks: Connor Lockhart | C | Erie (OHL) | RANK: 58
HT: 5’9″ | WT: 165 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Josh Bell

Connor Lockhart was robbed of his draft year and his chance to prove himself as a player and a top prospect in this class. He’s one of the strongest skaters with excellent dynamic posture and strong agility. His vision stands out as well as a big strength, has hands to match, and doesn’t quit on the play in his own end.

67. Seattle Kraken: Riley Kidney | C | Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) | RANK: 76
HT: 5’11” | WT: 168 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Kyle Watson

Riley Kidney shot up a lot of lists at the end of the year following his sensational playoffs. He moves the puck up the ice effectively and loves to set up his teammates, but will need to add strength and working on his skating. If he continues to develop on his current trajectory, he could be a playmaking middle-six center.

68. New Jersey Devils: Oliver Kapanen | C | KalPa U20 (U20 SM-sarja) | RANK: 65
HT: 5’11.5″ | WT: 166 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Justin Froese

Oliver Kapanen sees the game at an advanced level and is efficient at working off his teammates and solving multivariable problems at speed. He is a kid who is going to continue to develop his ancillary tools and be able to transition into a middle-six player down the line who can move up and down the line up.

69. Columbus Blue Jackets: Ryan Ufko | D | Chicago (USHL) | RANK: 70
HT: 5’9.75″ | WT: 181 | NAT: USA | PICK: Joseph Aleong

Ryan Ufko played an important role for a dominant Chicago Steel team, showing off some good puck carrying skill in a much bigger offensive role than his rookie year. While not the fastest straight-line skater, Ufko moves laterally well and compensates for his speed with great defensive positioning and quick puck movement.

70. Detroit Red Wings: Ville Koivunen | RW | Karpat U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) | RANK: 74
HT: 5’11” | WT: 161 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Dylan Krill

Ville Koivunen has top-six upside, but also has the ability to fill an energy role in the bottom-six. Getting Koivunen in third round could turn out to be a steal in the future.

71. San Jose Sharks: Tyler Boucher | RW | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 94
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 205 | NAT: USA | PICK: Brandon Holmes

Tyler Boucher is primarily a scoring threat who can attack and create offense in a variety of ways, whether it be challenging defenders 1-on-1 with smooth puck skills or by playing heavy on opposing defenders on the forecheck and deep in the offensive zone. He will need to iron out some consistency issues.

72. Los Angeles Kings: Josh Doan | RW | Chicago (USHL) | RANK: 72
HT: 6’1.25″ | WT: 183 | NAT: USA | PICK: Joel Henderson

Josh Doan is a right-handed shot threat from all over the ice. He’s used to playing with highly creative playmakers and finding open space for one-timers or snap wrist shots. His growth in his skating and pass reception make him the abilities to control possession and create with efficiency.

73. Dallas Stars: Victor Stjernborg | C | Vaxjo J20 (SuperElit) | RANK: 62
HT: 5’10.5″ | WT: 202 | NAT: SWE | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

With an energy that makes everyone jealous, Victor Stjernborg just keeps on going and improves every year. He is true team player that wants to lead his club by doing his best every shift. Stjernborg is a smart player on the ice and makes quick and mature decisions and contributes in both ends.

74. Ottawa Senators: Aidan Hreschuk | D | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 103
HT: 5’11” | WT: 188 | NAT: USA | PICK: Sebastian Death

Aidan Hreschuk is a very reliable, positionally sound two-way defenseman that doesn’t have any skills that blow you away. Nevertheless, he is very competent and poised with the puck. He has a high IQ and makes smart plays with the puck that drive possession for his team. Once he puts on more size and matures, he will very likely be a regular NHL contributor.

75. Washington Capitals: Ethan Del Mastro | D | Mississauga (OHL) | RANK: 80
HT: 6’4″ | WT: 210 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Tomas Zubrus

Ethan Del Mastro is one the best defensive defenseman in this whole class. Whilst his game was very one-dimensional — but effective — his offensive game showed significant strides and there is some top-four potential if put on the right developmental path.

76. Montreal Canadiens: Dmitri Katelevsky | RW | Bars Kazan (VHL) | RANK: 60
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 190 | NAT: RUS | PICK: Josh Bell

Dmitri Katalevsky could be a steal at this point. The center is extremely reliable in his own end, showing impressive intelligence and awareness in the defensive zone. He has a physical part to his game and while he won’t be a highly-offensive player, his game in his own end is very promising.

77. Calgary Flames: Danila Klimovich | RW | Minskie Zubry (Belarus2) | RANK: 67
HT: 6’1.5″ | WT: 202 | NAT: BLR | PICK: Aaron Vickers

Danila Klimovich put himself firmly within the top 100 players of the draft class with a strong showing for Belarus at the Under-18s. Klimovich, who has consistency issues, is a sniper with a high-end shot and a knack for taking the puck to high-danger areas with elusiveness.

78. Philadelphia Flyers: Stuart Rolofs | LW | London (OHL) | RANK: 69
HT: 6’2.25″ | WT: 200 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Dylan Galloway

Stuart Rolofs is an intelligent player who already has a mature 200-foot playing style. He didn’t see the ice this season, but in his D-1 year his poise and awareness in the defensive zone was already something that stood out. His acceleration needs work, but isn’t unfixable.

79. Dallas Stars: Peter Reynolds | C | Saint John (QMJHL) | RANK: 90
HT: 5’10” | WT: 167 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

Peter Reynolds is a hard-working, two-way forward who is more than the sum of his parts. While his measurables don’t jump off the page, his combination of hockey IQ and effort allows him to find ways to be effective in all three zones. While he’s not likely to be a top-line player, there is some quick-strike offensive potential here.

80. New York Rangers: Cole Huckins | C | Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL) | RANK: 156
HT: 6’3″ | WT: 200 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joseph Aleong

Cole Huckins displays a somewhat upright skating stride, but he moves fairly well for such a big-bodied forward and uses his frame to recover and protect pucks in the offensive end very well. His skating is a work in progress, but he plays a pro-style game and has the puck skill to become more of a scoring threat next season.

81. St. Louis Blues: Colton Dach | C | Saskatoon (WHL) | RANK: 96
HT: 6’4″ | WT: 196 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Brandon Holmes

Colton Dach, the younger brother of division rival Kirby Dach, brings size and strength with an imposing 6-foot-4 frame while also providing offensive punch with both strong puck skills and a heavy shot when. Capable of playing both wing and center, and could be a well worth while project for the Blues.

82. Winnipeg Jets: Red Savage | C | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 116
HT: 5’11.25″ | WT: 180 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Krill

Red Savage is a highly competitive, defensively-minded center who brings 100 percent every shift. He’s cautious of his positioning and takes advantage of opponents when they’re vulnerable. He projects to be a third-line center with second-line upside if he continues to improve offensively.

83. Nashville Predators: Ryder Korczak | C | Moose Jaw (WHL) | RANK: 66
HT: 5’11” | WT: 174 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Donesh Mazloum

Ryder Korczak is a playmaker through and through, and showcases excellent vision and touch with possession. When he’s at his best he completely dictates the pace of play. He will need to improve his foot-speed and add some strength to continue to be relied on for offense, however there is a role for him on any line thanks to his attention to detail without the puck.

84. Calgary Flames: Sasha Teleguine | C | Chilliwack (BCHL) | RANK: 115
HT: 5’10” | WT: 183 | NAT: USA | PICK: Aaron Vickers

Though the numbers don’t fully reflect it, Sasha Teleguine has the potential to be one of the class’ top offensive threats. He thrives with the puck on his stick, always looking for ways to create. If he can round out his other deficiencies — play without the puck and his defensive game — Teleguine could be a high-reward pick.

85. Boston Bruins: Guillaume Richard | D | Tri-City (USHL) | RANK: 139
HT: 6’2″ | WT: 170 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joseph Aleong

Guillaume Richard plays a shutdown, defense-first style but that doesn’t exclude him from making an offensive impact by carrying the puck out of his own end frequently. He’s inconsistent in his decision-making on both sides of the puck, but he has a projectable frame to add strength and also has solid straight-line speed.

86. Minnesota Wild: Tristan Lennox | G | Saginaw (OHL) | RANK: 95
HT: 6’4″ | WT: 190 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joel Henderson

Tristan Lennox is an aggressive, athletic, and physically large goaltender who remained idle in 2020-21 because of the OHL’s cancelled season. Lennox will look to bounce back from 2019-20 in the OHL which saw him struggle a bit with consistency to put up effective numbers.

87. Montreal Canadiens: Alexei Kolosov | G | Dinamo Minsk (KHL) | RANK: 82
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 185 | NAT: BLR | PICK: Josh Bell

Alexei Kolosov’s mobility is exceptional and, combined with his aggressive style of play, is a tough netminder to beat. He’s a strong pucktracker, and his quick reflexes make him a ton of fun to watch. He’s below-average size for a goalie at 6-foot-1 — and it might be time to park that notion — but his size won’t be a limiting factor.

88. Los Angeles Kings: Cole Jordan | D | Moose Jaw (WHL) | RANK: 64
HT: 6’0.25″ | WT: 173 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joel Henderson

Cole Jordan uses his reach, anticipation, and puck control to transition with simple outlets or hard stretch passes through the middle. He defends well off the rush, finishes checks and maintains proper defensive position all over the ice. He’s a terrific projectable skater who has the brain and feet to play pro hockey.

89. Minnesota Wild: Sean Tschigerl | LW | Calgary (WHL) | RANK: 86
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 189 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Joel Henderson

Sean Tschigerl finished the 2020-21 season on an offensive tear by using his impressive straight-line speed to catch defenders off guard and push the pace of play. His speed, physicality, and touch around the net shows the way for success at the NHL level as an effective third liner and penalty kill option.

90. Buffalo Sabres: James Malatesta | LW | Quebec (QMJHL) | RANK: 73
HT: 5’9″ | WT: 179 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Curtis Schwartzkopf

James Malatesta is a smaller forward with a high compete-level that utilizes his quickness to get defenders to back off and open up ice for himself. There’s some fine-tuning with his passing that would go a long way towards increasing his potential upside, but is a quality pick late in the third round.

91. Carolina Hurricanes: Jackson Blake | RW | Chicago (USHL) | RANK: 123
HT: 5’10” | WT: 157 | NAT: USA | PICK: Justin Froese

Jackson Blake is a slight but highly-skilled and intelligent player who is deceptive and is able to use the width of the ice to create offense. He doesn’t shy away from the high-danger areas. His foot-speed is just average, which is a risk here, but the tools and brain are drawing features which have allowed him to overcome his limitations to date.

92. Colorado Avalanche: Liam Gilmartin | LW | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 88
HT: 6’1.5″ | WT: 192 | NAT: USA | PICK: Dylan Krill

Liam Gilmartin is a power forward in the making who is a strong forechecker with great puck protection, great vision and also a physical presence. He makes smart decisions in all three zones and has the ability to play on both special teams. He uses his size well to get into high danger areas and has a quick release that can pick corners in tight.

93. New York Islanders: David Gucciardi | D | Waterloo (USHL) | RANK: 93
HT: 6’1″ | WT: 185 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Josh Bell

David Gucciardi is a calm, collected defender that utilizes an impressive amount of patience. He excels in the offensive end and in creating scoring opportunities for his team. He’s very strong on his feet and has impressive four-way mobility.

94. Carolina Hurricanes: Jake Martin | D | USA U-18 (USHL) | RANK: 119
HT: 6’0″ | WT: 188 | NAT: USA | PICK: Justin Froese

Jake Martin is a defensive defensemen who is very smart with his decision-making. Having great stick positioning and a strong gap control, he’s able to shut down many offensive zone entries. He will need to continue to work on improving offensively, but he could be a strong asset for the Wings in the future.

95. Buffalo Sabres: Zack Ostapchuk | C | Vancouver (WHL) | RANK: 83
HT: 6’3″ | WT: 205 | NAT: CAN | PICK: Curtis Schwartzkopf

Zack Ostapchuk has flown a bit under the radar this year. With a strong stride that culminates in a high-end top speed, he makes his presence felt physically at both ends of the ice, which make him great in puck pursuit. Looking the part of a solid power foward, Ostapchuk will be an interesting prospect to keep an eye on.

96. Tampa Bay Lightning: Jimi Suomi | D | Jokerit U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga) | RANK: 120
HT: 5’9″ | WT: 147 | NAT: FIN | PICK: Aaron Vickers

There might not be a higher-risk, higher-reward player in the draft than Jimi Suomi. The defenseman is somewhat of a long shot to make the NHL based on size and decision-making issues, but if Suomi can put those elements of his game together to an acceptable level, his speed, edge work and raw talent are exceptional.

FULL MOCK (BY ROUND)

RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 1 BUF William Eklund 5 LW Djurgardens 5’10” 176 SWE Schwartzkopf
1 2 SEA Jesper Wallstedt 8 G Lulea 6’3″ 214 SWE Watson
1 3 ANA Owen Power 1 D Michigan 6’6″ 213 CAN Bell
1 4 NJD Luke Hughes 3 D USA U-18 6’2″ 184 USA Froese
1 5 CBJ Matthew Beniers 4 C Michigan 6’2″ 175 CAN Aleong
1 6 DET Brandt Clarke 2 D Barrie 6’2″ 185 CAN Krill
1 7 SJS Mason McTavish 10 C Peterborough 6’1″ 207 CAN Holmes
1 8 LAK Dylan Guenther 6 RW Edmonton 6’2″ 175 CAN Henderson
1 9 VAN Simon Edvinsson 7 D Frolunda J20 6’4″ 198 SWE Haak
1 10 OTT Kent Johnson 9 C Michigan 6’1″ 167 CAN Death
1 11 ARI Forfeit
1 12 CHI Chaz Lucius 14 C USA U-18 6’1″ 185 USA Napientek
1 13 CGY Cole Sillinger 13 C Sioux Falls 6’0″ 197 CAN Vickers
1 14 PHI Matthew Coronato 20 RW Chicago 5’10” 183 USA Galloway
1 15 DAL Fabian Lysell 11 RW Frolunda J20 5’11” 172 SWE Mazloum
1 16 NYR Brennan Othmann 22 LW Flint 6’0″ 175 CAN Aleong
1 17 STL Corson Ceulemans 12 D Brooks 6’2″ 198 CAN Holmes
1 18 WIN Fyodor Svechkov 18 C Ladia Togliatti 6’0″ 187 RUS Krill
1 19 NAS Carson Lambos 29 D Winnipeg 6’1″ 197 CAN Mazloum
1 20 EDM Sebastian Cossa 15 G Edmonton 6’6″ 210 CAN Richardson
1 21 BOS Zach Dean 23 C Gatineau 6’0″ 176 CAN Aleong
1 22 MIN Aatu Raty 17 C Karpat U20 6’2″ 185 FIN Henderson
1 23 DET Logan Stankoven 19 C Kamloops 5’8″ 170 CAN Krill
1 24 FLA Olen Zellweger 26 D Everett 5’9″ 175 CAN Zubrus
1 25 CBJ Nikita Chibrikov 21 RW SKA-1946 5’10” 170 RUS Aleong
1 26 MIN Simon Robertsson 27 RW Skelleftea J20 6’0″ 190 SWE Henderson
1 27 CAR Isak Rosen 16 RW Leksands J20 5’11” 156 SWE Froese
1 28 COL Francesco Pinelli 31 C Kitchener 6’0″ 185 CAN Krill
1 29 NJD Oskar Olausson 38 RW HV71 J20 6’1″ 180 SWE Froese
1 30 VGK Zachary Bolduc 25 C Rimouski 6’1″ 175 CAN Richardson
1 31 MTL Xavier Bourgault 24 C Shawinigan 6’0″ 172 CAN Bell
1 32 CBJ Jack Peart 34 D Fargo 5’11” 186 USA Aleong
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
2 33 BUF Ayrton Martino 40 LW Omaha 5’11” 160 CAN Schwartzkopf
2 34 ANA Samu Tuomaala 33 RW Karpat U20 5’10” 174 FIN Bell
2 35 SEA Zachary L’Heureux 45 LW Halifax 5’11” 196 CAN Watson
2 36 VGK Jack Bar 55 D Chicago 6’2.5″ 193 CAN Richardson
2 37 ARI Matthew Samoskevich 30 RW Chicago 5’11” 191 USA Napientek
2 38 DET Sasha Pastujov 39 RW USA U-18 6’0″ 184 USA Krill
2 39 OTT Anton Olsson 61 D Malmo J20 6’0″ 198 SWE Death
2 40 NAS William Stromgren 46 LW MODO 6’3″ 175 RUS Mazloum
2 41 VAN Prokhor Poltapov 37 LW Krasnaya Armiya 6’0″ 176 RUS Haak
2 42 OTT Samu Salminen 112 C Jokerit U20 6’2″ 186 FIN Death
2 43 ARI Scott Morrow 81 D Shattuck St. Marys 6’2″ 195 USA Napientek
2 44 CHI Wyatt Johnston 50 C Windsor 6’1″ 178 CAN Napientek
2 45 CGY Daniil Chayka 28 D CSKA 6’3″ 187 RUS Vickers
2 46 PHI Dylan Duke 41 LW USA U-18 5’10” 175 USA Galloway
2 47 DAL Stanislav Svozil 35 D Kometa Brno 6’1″ 182 CZE Mazloum
2 48 DET Shai Buium 54 D Sioux City 6’3″ 209 USA Krill
2 49 LAK Evan Nause 44 D Quebec 6’2″ 186 CAN Henderson
2 50 WIN Brent Johnson 42 D Sioux Falls 5’11” 161 USA Krill
2 51 NAS Alexander Kisakov 78 LW Dynamo Moskva 5’10” 150 RUS Mazloum
2 52 NYI Benjamin Gaudreau 32 G Sarnia 6’2″ 175 CAN Bell
2 53 BUF Aleksi Heimosalmi 36 D Assat U20 5’11” 170 FIN Schwartzkopf
2 54 MIN Tristan Broz 51 C Fargo 6’0″ 178 USA Henderson
2 55 WAS Sean Behrens 56 D USA U-18 5’10” 177 USA Zubrus
2 56 FLA Conner Roulette 113 LW Seattle 5’11” 180 CAN Zubrus
2 57 TML Matvei Petrov 57 RW Krylja Sovetov 2 6’2″ 178 RUS Sheridan
2 58 PIT Brett Harrison 53 C Oshawa 6’2″ 188 CAN Watson
2 59 CAR Kirill Kirsanov 117 D SKA-1946 6’1″ 198 RUS Froese
2 60 ARI Ty Voit 43 RW Sarnia 5’9″ 160 USA Napientek
2 61 COL Vincent Iorio 48 D Brandon 6’3″ 191 CAN Krill
2 62 CHI Nolan Allan 102 D Prince Albert 6’2″ 195 CAN Napientek
2 63 MTL Matthew Knies 52 LW Tri-City 6’3″ 210 USA Bell
2 64 MTL Artyom Grushnikov 49 D Hamilton 6’2″ 198 RUS Bell
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
3 65 NYR Chase Stillman 63 C Sudbury 6’1″ 180 CAN Aleong
3 66 ANA Connor Lockhart 58 C Erie 5’9″ 165 CAN Bell
3 67 SEA Riley Kidney 76 C Acadie-Bathurst 5’11” 168 CAN Watson
3 68 NJD Oliver Kapanen 65 C KalPa U20 6’0″ 166 FIN Froese
3 69 CBJ Ryan Ufko 70 D Chicago 5’10” 181 USA Aleong
3 70 DET Ville Koivunen 74 RW Karpat U20 5’11” 161 FIN Krill
3 71 SJS Tyler Boucher 94 RW USA U-18 6’1″ 205 USA Holmes
3 72 LAK Josh Doan 72 RW Chicago 6’1″ 183 USA Henderson
3 73 DAL Victor Stjernborg 62 C Vaxjo J20 5’11” 202 SWE Mazloum
3 74 OTT Aidan Hreschuk 103 D USA U-18 5’11” 188 USA Death
3 75 WAS Ethan Del Mastro 80 D Mississauga 6’4″ 210 CAN Zubrus
3 76 MTL Dmitri Katelevsky 60 RW Bars Kazan 6’2″ 190 RUS Bell
3 77 CGY Danila Klimovich 67 RW Minskie Zubry 6’1.5″ 202 BLR Vickers
3 78 PHI Stuart Rolofs 69 LW London 6’3″ 200 CAN Galloway
3 79 DAL Peter Reynolds 90 C Saint John 5’10” 167 CAN Mazloum
3 80 NYR Cole Huckins 156 C Acadie-Bathurst 6’3″ 200 CAN Aleong
3 81 STL Colton Dach 96 C Saskatoon 6’4″ 196 CAN Holmes
3 82 WIN Red Savage 116 C USA U-18 5’11” 180 USA Krill
3 83 NAS Ryder Korczak 66 C Moose Jaw 5’11” 174 CAN Mazloum
3 84 CGY Sasha Teleguine 115 C Chilliwack 5’10” 183 USA Vickers
3 85 BOS Guillaume Richard 139 D Tri-City 6’2″ 170 CAN Aleong
3 86 MIN Tristan Lennox 95 G Saginaw 6’4″ 190 CAN Henderson
3 87 MTL Alexei Kolosov 82 G Dinamo Minsk 6’1″ 185 BLR Bell
3 88 LAK Cole Jordan 64 D Moose Jaw 6’0″ 173 CAN Henderson
3 89 MIN Sean Tschigerl 86 LW Calgary 6’0″ 189 CAN Henderson
3 90 BUF James Malatesta 73 LW Quebec 5’9″ 179 CAN Schwartzkopf
3 91 CAR Jackson Blake 123 RW Chicago 5’10” 157 USA Froese
3 92 COL Liam Gilmartin 88 LW USA U-18 6’2″ 192 USA Krill
3 93 NYI David Gucciardi 93 D Waterloo 6’1″ 185 CAN Bell
3 94 CAR Jake Martin 119 D USA U-18 6’0″ 188 USA Froese
3 95 BUF Zack Ostapchuk 83 C Vancouver 6’3″ 205 CAN Schwartzkopf
3 96 TBL Jimi Suomi 120 D Jokerit U20 5’9″ 147 FIN Aaron
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
4 97 BUF Ethan Cardwell 89 RW Surahammars IF 5’11” 193 CAN Schwartzkopf
4 98 ANA Dmitri Kostenko 71 D Ladia Togliatti 6’1″ 187 RUS Bell
4 99 SEA James Hardie 99 LW Mississauga 6’0″ 180 CAN Watson
4 100 NJD Trevor Wong 68 LW Kelowna 5’8″ 154 CAN Froese
4 101 CBJ Viljami Marjala 91 LW Quebec 6’1″ 178 FIN Aleong
4 102 DET Andre Gasseau 121 C USA U-18 6’4″ 205 USA Krill
4 103 SJS Vladislav Lukashevich 47 D Loko Yaroslavl 6’2″ 167 RUS Holmes
4 104 NYR Ryan Winterton 135 RW Hamilton 6’2″ 175 CAN Aleong
4 105 CHI William Von Barnekow 97 C Malmo J20 6’4″ 190 SWE Napientek
4 106 NYR Topias Vilen 114 D Pelicans 6’1″ 194 FIN Aleong
4 107 ARI Samuel Helenius 118 C Jokerit U20 6’6″ 201 FIN Napientek
4 108 CHI Aku Koskenvuo 87 G HIFK U20 6’4″ 173 FIN Napientek
4 109 LAK Victor Sjoholm 146 D HV71 J20 5’9″ 172 SWE Henderson
4 110 PHI Robert Orr 79 RW Halifax 5’11” 176 CAN Galloway
4 111 DAL Dmitri Kuzmin 166 D Dinamo 5’9″ 178 BEL Mazloum
4 112 NYR Jack O’Brien 159 C Lincoln 6’1″ 170 USA Aleong
4 113 MTL Oscar Plandowski 100 D Charlottetown 6’0″ 190 CAN Bell
4 114 VGK William Trudeau 134 D Charlottetown 6’0″ 189 CAN Richardson
4 115 NAS Kyle Masters 98 D Red Deer 6’1″ 175 CAN Mazloum
4 116 EDM Olivier Nadeau 77 RW Shawinigan 6’2″ 204 CAN Richardson
4 117 BOS Cameron Berg 105 C Muskegon 6’0″ 192 USA Aleong
4 118 MIN Janis Moser 133 D Biel-Bienne 6’0″ 172 CHE Henderson
4 119 WAS Cameron Whynot 148 D Halifax 6’1″ 180 CAN Zubrus
4 120 FLA Joshua Roy 75 RW Sherbrooke 6’0″ 190 CAN Zubrus
4 121 SJS Ryker Evans 110 D Regina 5’11” 189 CAN Holmes
4 122 ARI Connor Kurth 220 RW Dubuque 6’0″ 207 USA Napientek
4 123 CAR Kirill Gerasimyuk 92 G SKA-Varyagi 6’2″ 179 RUS Froese
4 124 NAS Ilya Fedotov 199 LW Chaika Nizhny 6’1″ 176 RUS Mazloum
4 125 NYI Albert Sjoberg 109 RW Sodertalje SK J20 6’0″ 183 SWE Bell
4 126 MTL Lorenzo Canonica 108 C Shawinigan 5’11” 179 CHE Bell
4 127 MTL Aleksi Malinen 84 D JYP 6’0″ 176 FIN Bell
4 128 DET Justin Janicke 138 LW USA U-18 5’11” 185 USA Krill
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
5 129 NJD Jeremy Hanzel 101 D Seattle 6’1″ 185 CAN Froese
5 130 ANA Manix Landry 104 C Gatineau 5’11” 178 CAN Bell
5 131 SEA Bryce Montgomery 212 D London Knights 6’4″ 220 USA Watson
5 132 CBJ Jayden Grubbe 150 C Red Deer 6’2″ 200 CAN Aleong
5 133 CBJ Justin Robidas 106 C Val-d’Or 5’8″ 173 CAN Aleong
5 134 DET Liam Dower Nilsson 122 C Frolunda J20 6’0″ 172 SWE Krill
5 135 SJS Semyon Vyazovoy 85 G Tolpar Ufa 6’2″ 169 RUS Holmes
5 136 LAK Dmitri Zugan 127 C Krasnaya Armiya 5’11” 176 RUS Henderson
5 137 VAN Joel Nystrom 167 D Farjestad BK 5’11” 170 SWE Haak
5 138 DET Owen Murray 129 D Green Bay 5’10” 181 CAN Krill
5 139 ARI Mikey Milne 240 LW Winnipeg 5’11” 185 CAN Napientek
5 140 VAN Jack Matier 142 D Ottawa 6’4″ 200 CAN Haak
5 141 CGY Henry Nelson 173 D Maple Grove 6’1″ 180 USA Vickers
5 142 MTL Matthew Maggio 132 RW Windsor 5’11” 180 CAN Bell
5 143 DAL Ty Gallagher 130 D USA U-18 6’0″ 188 USA Mazloum
5 144 NYR Miguel Tourigny 168 D Blainville-Boisbriand 5’8″ 165 CAN Aleong
5 145 STL Christopher Merisier-Ortiz 170 D Blainville-Boisbriand 5’11” 172 CAN Holmes
5 146 WIN Oskar Jellvik 164 LW Djurgardens J20 5’11” 175 SWE Krill
5 147 NAS Jake Chiasson 151 C Brandon 6’2″ 165 CAN Mazloum
5 148 ANA Carl Lindbom 158 G Djurgardens J20 6’1″ 165 SWE Bell
5 149 BOS Isaac Enright 131 D Niagara 6’0″ 190 CAN Aleong
5 150 MIN Carson Latimer NR RW Edmonton 6’1″ 185 CAN Henderson
5 151 WAS Roman Schmidt 249 D USA U-18 6’5″ 210 USA Zubrus
5 152 FLA Dru Krebs 230 D Medicine Hat 5’11” 182 CAN Zubrus
5 153 TML Valtteri Koskela 140 D Liiga 5’10” 157 FIN Sheridan
5 154 PIT Florian Elias 186 C Adler Mannheim 5’8″ 175 GER Watson
5 155 VGK Xavier Simoneau 238 C Drummondville 5’7″ 174 CAN Richardson
5 156 SJS Jakub Brabenec 107 C HC Kometa Brno 6’1″ 174 CZE Holmes
5 157 NYI Eetu Liukas 124 LW TPS U20 6’2″ 198 FIN Bell
5 158 PHI Ryan Mast 277 D Sarnia 6’4″ 210 USA Galloway
5 159 BUF Joona Korhonen 171 RW Ilves U20 6’1″ 184 FIN Schwartzkopf
5 160 TBL Simon Knak 137 LW Portland 6’1″ 194 CHE Vickers
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
6 161 BUF Marcus Almquist 194 RW HV71 J20 5’7″ 162 DEN Schwartzkopf
6 162 ANA Francesco Arcuri 172 C Kingston 6’2″ 193 CAN Bell
6 163 SEA Brett Brochu NR G London 5’11” 176 CAN Watson
6 164 NJD Ethan Samson 161 D Prince George 6’2″ 180 CAN Froese
6 165 CBJ Hunter Strand 141 C Tri-City 5’11” 185 USA Aleong
6 166 DET Ryan St. Louis 223 LW USA U-18 5’10” 168 USA Krill
6 167 SJS Noah Meier 188 D GC Kusnacht U20 5’11” 172 CHE Holmes
6 168 LAK Josh Pillar 184 RW Kamloops 6’0″ 178 CAN Henderson
6 169 VAN Ilya Safonov 174 C Ak Bars Kazan 6’4″ 205 RUS Haak
6 170 OTT Deni Goure 235 C Owen Sound 5’10” 182 CAN Death
6 171 ARI Artem Guryev NR D Peterborough 6’3″ 198 RUS Napientek
6 172 CHI Shane Lachance NR LW Boston Jr. Bruins 6’4″ 190 USA Napientek
6 173 CGY Talyn Boyko 136 G Tri-City 6’7″ 196 CAN Vickers
6 174 PHI Joe Vrbetic 233 G North Bay 6’6” 181 CAN Galloway
6 175 DAL Graham Sward 169 D Spokane 6’2″ 180 CAN Mazloum
6 176 NYR Jon-Randall Avon 155 C Peterborough 6’0″ 180 CAN Aleong
6 177 STL Dmitri Buchelnikov 126 RW SKA-1946 5’9″ 150 RUS Holmes
6 178 VAN Tyson Galloway 152 D Calgary 6’3” 220 CAN Haak
6 179 NAS Braeden Kressler NR C Flint 5’8″ 154 CAN Mazloum
6 180 EDM Bennett McArthur 284 LW Acadie-Bathurst 5’11” 194 CAN Richardson
6 181 BOS Benjamin Roger 294 D London 6’4″ 200 CAN Aleong
6 182 MIN Jiri Tichacek 207 D Rytiri Kladno 5’9″ 170 CZE Henderson
6 183 WAS Anri Ravinskis NR LW HS Riga 6’2″ 190 LAT Zubrus
6 184 FLA Nikita Skoropad 279 RW Tolpar Ufa 6’3″ 163 RUS Zubrus
6 185 TML Arvid Sundin 180 LW Brynas IF 5’11” 176 SWE Sheridan
6 186 EDM Jacob Melanson 234 RW Acadie-Bathurst 5’11” 190 CAN Richardson
6 187 CAR Yaroslav Busygin 125 D Vityazi Chekhov 6’3″ 172 RUS Froese
6 188 BUF Lucas Forsell 143 LW Farjestad U20 6’0″ 161 SWE Schwartzkopf
6 189 NYI Zach Biggar 153 D Acadie-Bathurst 6’0″ 178 CAN Bell
6 190 VGK Connor Trenholm 209 C Cape Breton 6’1″ 192 CAN Richardson
6 191 MTL Luke Mittelstadt 232 D Lincoln 5’11” 175 USA Bell
6 192 TBL Ilya Nazarov 111 RW Loko Yaroslavl 6’3″ 181 RUS Vickers
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
7 193 BUF Kalle Vaisanen 214 LW TPS U20 6’4″ 178 FIN Schwartzkopf
7 194 PIT Kari Piiroinen 205 G TUTO 6’2″ 176 FIN Watson
7 195 SEA Roberto Mancini 244 D Saginaw 6’2″ 174 CAN Watson
7 196 TBL Carter Mazur 128 LW Tri-CIty 6’0″ 170 USA Vickers
7 197 CBJ Justin Ertel 273 LW Summerside 6’2″ 187 CAN Aleong
7 198 STL Thomas Milic 256 G Seattle 6’0” 170 CAN Holmes
7 199 SJS Ty Murchison 179 D USA U18 6’2″ 192 USA Holmes
7 200 CAR Lukas Gustafson NR D Chicago 5’10” 181 SWE Froese
7 201 VAN Linus Sjodin 178 C Rogle BK 5’9″ 163 SWE Haak
7 202 OTT Simon Motew NR D Kitchener 6’1″ 176 USA Death
7 203 NJD Carter Serhyenko 163 G Prince Albert 6’4” 193 CAN Froese
7 204 CHI Evgenii Kashnikov NR D Gatineau 6’4″ 200 RUS Napientek
7 205 CGY Hugo Gabrielsson 225 D Frolunda J20 6’1″ 172 SWE Vickers
7 206 PHI Jesse Fishman 177 C Kitchener 5’10” 170 CAN Galloway
7 207 DAL Ben King 183 C Red Deer 6’3″ 201 CAN Mazloum
7 208 NYR Patrik Hamrla NR G Energie Karlovy Vary 6’3 194 CZE Aleong
7 209 CAR Oliver Suni 165 LW Lukko U20 6’2″ 186 FIN Froese
7 210 FLA Kalle Ervasti NR D Lukko U20 6’0″ 181 FIN Zubrus
7 211 TBL Braden Holt 192 G Everett 6’2” 160 USA Vickers
7 212 EDM Robert Calisti NR D Sault Ste. Marie 5’10” 179 CAN Richardson
7 213 BOS Andrei Buyalsky NR C Dubuque 6’3″ 174 KAZ Aleong
7 214 MIN Caedan Bankier 154 C Kamloops 6’2″ 190 CAN Henderson
7 215 PIT Hugo Pettersson 213 LW Sodertalje SK 5’10” 181 SWE Watson
7 216 CHI Niko Huuhtanen 157 RW Tappara U20 6’2″ 204 FIN Napientek
7 217 BOS Daniel Laatsch 297 D Sioux City 6’5″ 182 USA Aleong
7 218 PIT Caden Brown NR LW USA U18 5’11” 170 USA Watson
7 219 CAR Brett Hyland 181 LW Brandon 6’0″ 170 CAN Froese
7 220 COL Carter Schade 147 D Lincoln 5’10” 185 USA Krill
7 221 NYI Pavel Tyutnev 241 RW Loko Yaroslavl 5’10” 185 RUS Bell
7 222 VGK Ben Boyd 283 C Charlottetown 6’3″ 205 CAN Richardson
7 223 MTL Daniil Lazutin 247 C SKA-1946 6’2″ 180 RUS Bell
7 224 TBL Tyson Kozak 144 C Portland 5’11 173 CAN Vickers

FULL MOCK (BY TEAM)

RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 3 ANA Owen Power 1 D Michigan 6’6″ 213 CAN Bell
2 34 ANA Samu Tuomaala 33 RW Karpat U20 5’10” 174 FIN Bell
3 66 ANA Connor Lockhart 58 C Erie 5’9″ 165 CAN Bell
4 98 ANA Dmitri Kostenko 71 D Ladia Togliatti 6’1″ 187 RUS Bell
5 130 ANA Manix Landry 104 C Gatineau 5’11” 178 CAN Bell
5 148 ANA Carl Lindbom 158 G Djurgardens J20 6’1″ 165 SWE Bell
6 162 ANA Francesco Arcuri 172 C Kingston 6’2″ 193 CAN Bell
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 11 ARI Forfeit
2 37 ARI Matthew Samoskevich 30 RW Chicago 5’11” 191 USA Napientek
2 43 ARI Scott Morrow 81 D Shattuck St. Marys 6’2″ 195 USA Napientek
2 60 ARI Ty Voit 43 RW Sarnia 5’9″ 160 USA Napientek
4 107 ARI Samuel Helenius 118 C Jokerit U20 6’6″ 201 FIN Napientek
4 122 ARI Connor Kurth 220 RW Dubuque 6’0″ 207 USA Napientek
5 139 ARI Mikey Milne 240 LW Winnipeg 5’11” 185 CAN Napientek
6 171 ARI Artem Guryev NR D Peterborough 6’3″ 198 RUS Napientek
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 21 BOS Zach Dean 23 C Gatineau 6’0″ 176 CAN Aleong
3 85 BOS Guillaume Richard 139 D Tri-City 6’2″ 170 CAN Aleong
4 117 BOS Cameron Berg 105 C Muskegon 6’0″ 192 USA Aleong
5 149 BOS Isaac Enright 131 D Niagara 6’0″ 190 CAN Aleong
6 181 BOS Benjamin Roger 294 D London 6’4″ 200 CAN Aleong
7 213 BOS Andrei Buyalsky NR C Dubuque 6’3″ 174 KAZ Aleong
7 217 BOS Daniel Laatsch 297 D Sioux City 6’5″ 182 USA Aleong
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 1 BUF William Eklund 5 LW Djurgardens 5’10” 176 SWE Schwartzkopf
2 33 BUF Ayrton Martino 40 LW Omaha 5’11” 160 CAN Schwartzkopf
2 53 BUF Aleksi Heimosalmi 36 D Assat U20 5’11” 170 FIN Schwartzkopf
3 90 BUF James Malatesta 73 LW Quebec 5’9″ 179 CAN Schwartzkopf
3 95 BUF Zack Ostapchuk 83 C Vancouver 6’3″ 205 CAN Schwartzkopf
4 97 BUF Ethan Cardwell 89 RW Surahammars IF 5’11” 193 CAN Schwartzkopf
5 159 BUF Joona Korhonen 171 RW Ilves U20 6’1″ 184 FIN Schwartzkopf
6 161 BUF Marcus Almquist 194 RW HV71 J20 5’7″ 162 DEN Schwartzkopf
6 188 BUF Lucas Forsell 143 LW Farjestad U20 6’0″ 161 SWE Schwartzkopf
7 193 BUF Kalle Vaisanen 214 LW TPS U20 6’4″ 178 FIN Schwartzkopf
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 27 CAR Isak Rosen 16 RW Leksands J20 5’11” 156 SWE Froese
2 59 CAR Kirill Kirsanov 117 D SKA-1946 6’1″ 198 RUS Froese
3 91 CAR Jackson Blake 123 RW Chicago 5’10” 157 USA Froese
3 94 CAR Jake Martin 119 D USA U-18 6’0″ 188 USA Froese
4 123 CAR Kirill Gerasimyuk 92 G SKA-Varyagi 6’2″ 179 RUS Froese
6 187 CAR Yaroslav Busygin 125 D Vityazi Chekhov 6’3″ 172 RUS Froese
7 200 CAR Lukas Gustafson NR D Chicago 5’10” 181 SWE Froese
7 209 CAR Oliver Suni 165 LW Lukko U20 6’2″ 186 FIN Froese
7 219 CAR Brett Hyland 181 LW Brandon 6’0″ 170 CAN Froese
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 5 CBJ Matthew Beniers 4 C Michigan 6’2″ 175 CAN Aleong
1 25 CBJ Nikita Chibrikov 21 RW SKA-1946 5’10” 170 RUS Aleong
1 32 CBJ Jack Peart 34 D Fargo 5’11” 186 USA Aleong
3 69 CBJ Ryan Ufko 70 D Chicago 5’10” 181 USA Aleong
4 101 CBJ Viljami Marjala 91 LW Quebec 6’1″ 178 FIN Aleong
5 132 CBJ Jayden Grubbe 150 C Red Deer 6’2″ 200 CAN Aleong
5 133 CBJ Justin Robidas 106 C Val-d’Or 5’8″ 173 CAN Aleong
6 165 CBJ Hunter Strand 141 C Tri-City 5’11” 185 USA Aleong
7 197 CBJ Justin Ertel 273 LW Summerside 6’2″ 187 CAN Aleong
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 13 CGY Cole Sillinger 13 C Sioux Falls 6’0″ 197 CAN Vickers
2 45 CGY Daniil Chayka 28 D CSKA 6’3″ 187 RUS Vickers
3 77 CGY Danila Klimovich 67 RW Minskie Zubry 6’1.5″ 202 BLR Vickers
3 84 CGY Sasha Teleguine 115 C Chilliwack 5’10” 183 USA Vickers
5 141 CGY Henry Nelson 173 D Maple Grove 6’1″ 180 USA Vickers
6 173 CGY Talyn Boyko 136 G Tri-City 6’7″ 196 CAN Vickers
7 205 CGY Hugo Gabrielsson 225 D Frolunda J20 6’1″ 172 SWE Vickers
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 12 CHI Chaz Lucius 14 C USA U-18 6’1″ 185 USA Napientek
2 44 CHI Wyatt Johnston 50 C Windsor 6’1″ 178 CAN Napientek
2 62 CHI Nolan Allan 102 D Prince Albert 6’2″ 195 CAN Napientek
4 105 CHI William Von Barnekow 97 C Malmo J20 6’4″ 190 SWE Napientek
4 108 CHI Aku Koskenvuo 87 G HIFK U20 6’4″ 173 FIN Napientek
6 172 CHI Shane Lachance NR LW Boston Jr. Bruins 6’4″ 190 USA Napientek
7 204 CHI Evgenii Kashnikov NR D Gatineau 6’4″ 200 RUS Napientek
7 216 CHI Niko Huuhtanen 157 RW Tappara U20 6’2″ 204 FIN Napientek
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 28 COL Francesco Pinelli 31 C Kitchener 6’0″ 185 CAN Krill
2 61 COL Vincent Iorio 48 D Brandon 6’3″ 191 CAN Krill
3 92 COL Liam Gilmartin 88 LW USA U-18 6’2″ 192 USA Krill
7 220 COL Carter Schade 147 D Lincoln 5’10” 185 USA Krill
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 15 DAL Fabian Lysell 11 RW Frolunda J20 5’11” 172 SWE Mazloum
2 47 DAL Stanislav Svozil 35 D Kometa Brno 6’1″ 182 CZE Mazloum
3 73 DAL Victor Stjernborg 62 C Vaxjo J20 5’11” 202 SWE Mazloum
3 79 DAL Peter Reynolds 90 C Saint John 5’10” 167 CAN Mazloum
4 111 DAL Dmitri Kuzmin 166 D Dinamo 5’9″ 178 BEL Mazloum
5 143 DAL Ty Gallagher 130 D USA U-18 6’0″ 188 USA Mazloum
6 175 DAL Graham Sward 169 D Spokane 6’2″ 180 CAN Mazloum
7 207 DAL Ben King 183 C Red Deer 6’3″ 201 CAN Mazloum
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 6 DET Brandt Clarke 2 D Barrie 6’2″ 185 CAN Krill
1 23 DET Logan Stankoven 19 C Kamloops 5’8″ 170 CAN Krill
2 38 DET Sasha Pastujov 39 RW USA U-18 6’0″ 184 USA Krill
2 48 DET Shai Buium 54 D Sioux City 6’3″ 209 USA Krill
3 70 DET Ville Koivunen 74 RW Karpat U20 5’11” 161 FIN Krill
4 102 DET Andre Gasseau 121 C USA U-18 6’4″ 205 USA Krill
4 128 DET Justin Janicke 138 LW USA U-18 5’11” 185 USA Krill
5 134 DET Liam Dower Nilsson 122 C Frolunda J20 6’0″ 172 SWE Krill
5 138 DET Owen Murray 129 D Green Bay 5’10” 181 CAN Krill
6 166 DET Ryan St. Louis 223 LW USA U-18 5’10” 168 USA Krill
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 20 EDM Sebastian Cossa 15 G Edmonton 6’6″ 210 CAN Richardson
4 116 EDM Olivier Nadeau 77 RW Shawinigan 6’2″ 204 CAN Richardson
6 180 EDM Bennett McArthur 284 LW Acadie-Bathurst 5’11” 194 CAN Richardson
6 186 EDM Jacob Melanson 234 RW Acadie-Bathurst 5’11” 190 CAN Richardson
7 212 EDM Robert Calisti NR D Sault Ste. Marie 5’10” 179 CAN Richardson
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 24 FLA Olen Zellweger 26 D Everett 5’9″ 175 CAN Zubrus
2 56 FLA Conner Roulette 113 LW Seattle 5’11” 180 CAN Zubrus
4 120 FLA Joshua Roy 75 RW Sherbrooke 6’0″ 190 CAN Zubrus
5 152 FLA Dru Krebs 230 D Medicine Hat 5’11” 182 CAN Zubrus
6 184 FLA Nikita Skoropad 279 RW Tolpar Ufa 6’3″ 163 RUS Zubrus
7 210 FLA Kalle Ervasti NR D Lukko U20 6’0″ 181 FIN Zubrus
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 8 LAK Dylan Guenther 6 RW Edmonton 6’2″ 175 CAN Henderson
2 49 LAK Evan Nause 44 D Quebec 6’2″ 186 CAN Henderson
3 72 LAK Josh Doan 72 RW Chicago 6’1″ 183 USA Henderson
3 88 LAK Cole Jordan 64 D Moose Jaw 6’0″ 173 CAN Henderson
4 109 LAK Victor Sjoholm 146 D HV71 J20 5’9″ 172 SWE Henderson
5 136 LAK Dmitri Zugan 127 C Krasnaya Armiya 5’11” 176 RUS Henderson
6 168 LAK Josh Pillar 184 RW Kamloops 6’0″ 178 CAN Henderson
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 22 MIN Aatu Raty 17 C Karpat U20 6’2″ 185 FIN Henderson
1 26 MIN Simon Robertsson 27 RW Skelleftea J20 6’0″ 190 SWE Henderson
2 54 MIN Tristan Broz 51 C Fargo 6’0″ 178 USA Henderson
3 86 MIN Tristan Lennox 95 G Saginaw 6’4″ 190 CAN Henderson
3 89 MIN Sean Tschigerl 86 LW Calgary 6’0″ 189 CAN Henderson
4 118 MIN Janis Moser 133 D Biel-Bienne 6’0″ 172 CHE Henderson
5 150 MIN Carson Latimer NR RW Edmonton 6’1″ 185 CAN Henderson
6 182 MIN Jiri Tichacek 207 D Rytiri Kladno 5’9″ 170 CZE Henderson
7 214 MIN Caedan Bankier 154 C Kamloops 6’2″ 190 CAN Henderson
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 31 MTL Xavier Bourgault 24 C Shawinigan 6’0″ 172 CAN Bell
2 63 MTL Matthew Knies 52 LW Tri-City 6’3″ 210 USA Bell
2 64 MTL Artyom Grushnikov 49 D Hamilton 6’2″ 198 RUS Bell
3 76 MTL Dmitri Katelevsky 60 RW Bars Kazan 6’2″ 190 RUS Bell
3 87 MTL Alexei Kolosov 82 G Dinamo Minsk 6’1″ 185 BLR Bell
4 113 MTL Oscar Plandowski 100 D Charlottetown 6’0″ 190 CAN Bell
4 126 MTL Lorenzo Canonica 108 C Shawinigan 5’11” 179 CHE Bell
4 127 MTL Aleksi Malinen 84 D JYP 6’0″ 176 FIN Bell
5 142 MTL Matthew Maggio 132 RW Windsor 5’11” 180 CAN Bell
6 191 MTL Luke Mittelstadt 232 D Lincoln 5’11” 175 USA Bell
7 223 MTL Daniil Lazutin 247 C SKA-1946 6’2″ 180 RUS Bell
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 19 NAS Carson Lambos 29 D Winnipeg 6’1″ 197 CAN Mazloum
2 40 NAS William Stromgren 46 LW MODO 6’3″ 175 RUS Mazloum
2 51 NAS Alexander Kisakov 78 LW Dynamo Moskva 5’10” 150 RUS Mazloum
3 83 NAS Ryder Korczak 66 C Moose Jaw 5’11” 174 CAN Mazloum
4 115 NAS Kyle Masters 98 D Red Deer 6’1″ 175 CAN Mazloum
4 124 NAS Ilya Fedotov 199 LW Chaika Nizhny 6’1″ 176 RUS Mazloum
5 147 NAS Jake Chiasson 151 C Brandon 6’2″ 165 CAN Mazloum
6 179 NAS Braeden Kressler NR C Flint 5’8″ 154 CAN Mazloum
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 4 NJD Luke Hughes 3 D USA U-18 6’2″ 184 USA Froese
1 29 NJD Oskar Olausson 38 RW HV71 J20 6’1″ 180 SWE Froese
3 68 NJD Oliver Kapanen 65 C KalPa U20 6’0″ 166 FIN Froese
4 100 NJD Trevor Wong 68 LW Kelowna 5’8″ 154 CAN Froese
5 129 NJD Jeremy Hanzel 101 D Seattle 6’1″ 185 CAN Froese
6 164 NJD Ethan Samson 161 D Prince George 6’2″ 180 CAN Froese
7 203 NJD Carter Serhyenko 163 G Prince Albert 6’4” 193 CAN Froese
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
2 52 NYI Benjamin Gaudreau 32 G Sarnia 6’2″ 175 CAN Bell
3 93 NYI David Gucciardi 93 D Waterloo 6’1″ 185 CAN Bell
4 125 NYI Albert Sjoberg 109 RW Sodertalje SK J20 6’0″ 183 SWE Bell
5 157 NYI Eetu Liukas 124 LW TPS U20 6’2″ 198 FIN Bell
6 189 NYI Zach Biggar 153 D Acadie-Bathurst 6’0″ 178 CAN Bell
7 221 NYI Pavel Tyutnev 241 RW Loko Yaroslavl 5’10” 185 RUS Bell
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 16 NYR Brennan Othmann 22 LW Flint 6’0″ 175 CAN Aleong
3 65 NYR Chase Stillman 63 C Sudbury 6’1″ 180 CAN Aleong
3 80 NYR Cole Huckins 156 C Acadie-Bathurst 6’3″ 200 CAN Aleong
4 104 NYR Ryan Winterton 135 RW Hamilton 6’2″ 175 CAN Aleong
4 106 NYR Topias Vilen 114 D Pelicans 6’1″ 194 FIN Aleong
4 112 NYR Jack O’Brien 159 C Lincoln 6’1″ 170 USA Aleong
5 144 NYR Miguel Tourigny 168 D Blainville-Boisbriand 5’8″ 165 CAN Aleong
6 176 NYR Jon-Randall Avon 155 C Peterborough 6’0″ 180 CAN Aleong
7 208 NYR Patrik Hamrla NR G Energie Karlovy Vary 6’3 194 CZE Aleong
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 10 OTT Kent Johnson 9 C Michigan 6’1″ 167 CAN Death
2 39 OTT Anton Olsson 61 D Malmo J20 6’0″ 198 SWE Death
2 42 OTT Samu Salminen 112 C Jokerit U20 6’2″ 186 FIN Death
3 74 OTT Aidan Hreschuk 103 D USA U-18 5’11” 188 USA Death
6 170 OTT Deni Goure 235 C Owen Sound 5’10” 182 CAN Death
7 202 OTT Simon Motew NR D Kitchener 6’1″ 176 USA Death
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 14 PHI Matthew Coronato 20 RW Chicago 5’10” 183 USA Galloway
2 46 PHI Dylan Duke 41 LW USA U-18 5’10” 175 USA Galloway
3 78 PHI Stuart Rolofs 69 LW London 6’3″ 200 CAN Galloway
4 110 PHI Robert Orr 79 RW Halifax 5’11” 176 CAN Galloway
5 158 PHI Ryan Mast 277 D Sarnia 6’4″ 210 USA Galloway
6 174 PHI Joe Vrbetic 233 G North Bay 6’6” 181 CAN Galloway
7 206 PHI Jesse Fishman 177 C Kitchener 5’10” 170 CAN Galloway
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
2 58 PIT Brett Harrison 53 C Oshawa 6’2″ 188 CAN Watson
5 154 PIT Florian Elias 186 C Adler Mannheim 5’8″ 175 GER Watson
7 194 PIT Kari Piiroinen 205 G TUTO 6’2″ 176 FIN Watson
7 215 PIT Hugo Pettersson 213 LW Sodertalje SK 5’10” 181 SWE Watson
7 218 PIT Caden Brown NR LW USA U18 5’11” 170 USA Watson
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 2 SEA Jesper Wallstedt 8 G Lulea 6’3″ 214 SWE Watson
2 35 SEA Zachary L’Heureux 45 LW Halifax 5’11” 196 CAN Watson
3 67 SEA Riley Kidney 76 C Acadie-Bathurst 5’11” 168 CAN Watson
4 99 SEA James Hardie 99 LW Mississauga 6’0″ 180 CAN Watson
5 131 SEA Bryce Montgomery 212 D London Knights 6’4″ 220 USA Watson
6 163 SEA Brett Brochu NR G London 5’11” 176 CAN Watson
7 195 SEA Roberto Mancini 244 D Saginaw 6’2″ 174 CAN Watson
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 7 SJS Mason McTavish 10 C Peterborough 6’1″ 207 CAN Holmes
3 71 SJS Tyler Boucher 94 RW USA U-18 6’1″ 205 USA Holmes
4 103 SJS Vladislav Lukashevich 47 D Loko Yaroslavl 6’2″ 167 RUS Holmes
4 121 SJS Ryker Evans 110 D Regina 5’11” 189 CAN Holmes
5 135 SJS Semyon Vyazovoy 85 G Tolpar Ufa 6’2″ 169 RUS Holmes
5 156 SJS Jakub Brabenec 107 C HC Kometa Brno 6’1″ 174 CZE Holmes
6 167 SJS Noah Meier 188 D GC Kusnacht U20 5’11” 172 CHE Holmes
7 199 SJS Ty Murchison 179 D USA U18 6’2″ 192 USA Holmes
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 17 STL Corson Ceulemans 12 D Brooks 6’2″ 198 CAN Holmes
3 81 STL Colton Dach 96 C Saskatoon 6’4″ 196 CAN Holmes
5 145 STL Christopher Merisier-Ortiz 170 D Blainville-Boisbriand 5’11” 172 CAN Holmes
6 177 STL Dmitri Buchelnikov 126 RW SKA-1946 5’9″ 150 RUS Holmes
7 198 STL Thomas Milic 256 G Seattle 6’0” 170 CAN Holmes
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
3 96 TBL Jimi Suomi 120 D Jokerit U20 5’9″ 147 FIN Vickers
5 160 TBL Simon Knak 137 LW Portland 6’1″ 194 CHE Vickers
6 192 TBL Ilya Nazarov 111 RW Loko Yaroslavl 6’3″ 181 RUS Vickers
7 196 TBL Carter Mazur 128 LW Tri-CIty 6’0″ 170 USA Vickers
7 211 TBL Braden Holt 192 G Everett 6’2” 160 USA Vickers
7 224 TBL Tyson Kozak 144 C Portland 5’11 173 CAN Vickers
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
2 57 TML Matvei Petrov 57 RW Krylja Sovetov 2 6’2″ 178 RUS Sheridan
5 153 TML Valtteri Koskela 140 D Liiga 5’10” 157 FIN Sheridan
6 185 TML Arvid Sundin 180 LW Brynas IF 5’11” 176 SWE Sheridan
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 9 VAN Simon Edvinsson 7 D Frolunda J20 6’4″ 198 SWE Haak
2 41 VAN Prokhor Poltapov 37 LW Krasnaya Armiya 6’0″ 176 RUS Haak
5 137 VAN Joel Nystrom 167 D Farjestad BK 5’11” 170 SWE Haak
5 140 VAN Jack Matier 142 D Ottawa 6’4″ 200 CAN Haak
6 169 VAN Ilya Safonov 174 C Ak Bars Kazan 6’4″ 205 RUS Haak
6 178 VAN Tyson Galloway 152 D Calgary 6’3” 220 CAN Haak
7 201 VAN Linus Sjodin 178 C Rogle BK 5’9″ 163 SWE Haak
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 30 VGK Zachary Bolduc 25 C Rimouski 6’1″ 175 CAN Richardson
2 36 VGK Jack Bar 55 D Chicago 6’2.5″ 193 CAN Richardson
4 114 VGK William Trudeau 134 D Charlottetown 6’0″ 189 CAN Richardson
5 155 VGK Xavier Simoneau 238 C Drummondville 5’7″ 174 CAN Richardson
6 190 VGK Connor Trenholm 209 C Cape Breton 6’1″ 192 CAN Richardson
7 222 VGK Ben Boyd 283 C Charlottetown 6’3″ 205 CAN Richardson
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
2 55 WAS Sean Behrens 56 D USA U-18 5’10” 177 USA Zubrus
3 75 WAS Ethan Del Mastro 80 D Mississauga 6’4″ 210 CAN Zubrus
4 119 WAS Cameron Whynot 148 D Halifax 6’1″ 180 CAN Zubrus
5 151 WAS Roman Schmidt 249 D USA U-18 6’5″ 210 USA Zubrus
6 183 WAS Anri Ravinskis NR LW HS Riga 6’2″ 190 LAT Zubrus
RD PICK TM NAME RNK POS TEAM HT WT NAT SCOUT
1 18 WIN Fyodor Svechkov 18 C Ladia Togliatti 6’0″ 187 RUS Krill
2 50 WIN Brent Johnson 42 D Sioux Falls 5’11” 161 USA Krill
3 82 WIN Red Savage 116 C USA U-18 5’11” 180 USA Krill
5 146 WIN Oskar Jellvik 164 LW Djurgardens J20 5’11” 175 SWE Krill

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