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2023 NFL Mock draft

This is a projection of the 2023 NFL Mock Draft based on current top prospects.

  1. D.J. Uiagalelei – QB – Clemson – 6-5 – 240
  2. Noah Sewell – LB – Oregon – 6-1 – 260
  3. Bryce Young – QB – Alabama – 6-0 – 185
  4. Julian Fleming – WR – Ohio State – 6-2 – 200

  • C.J. Stroud – QB – Ohio State – 6-4 – 195
  •  Myles Murphy – DL – Clemson – 6-5 – 275
  • Justin Flowe – LB – Oregon – 6-2 – 230
  • Bryan Bresee – DL – Clemson – 6-5 – 290
  • Kelee Ringo – CB – Georgia – 6-3 – 200
  • Jordan Burch – DL – South Carolina – 6-5 – 275
  • Jadon Haselwood – WR – Oklahoma – 6-2 – 206
  • Paris Johnson Jr. OT – Ohio State – 6-7 – 290
  • Trey Wedig – OT – Wisconsin
  • Drew Sanders – Edge – Alabama
  • Tyler Davis – DT – Clemson
  • Tuner Corcoran – OT – Nebraska’
  • Trenton Simpson – LB – Clemson – 6-3 – 225
  • . Gervon Dextor – DT – Florida
  • Demorie Tate – CB – Florida State

20. Arik Gilbert – TE – LSU – 6-1 -260
21. Jermaine Burton – WR – Georgia
22. Donell Harris – Edge – Texas A&M
23. Rakim Jarrett – WR – Maryland
24. Sav’ell Smalls – LB – Washington
25. Daxton Hill – CB – Michigan
26. Nick Broeker – OT – Mississippi
27. Pierce Quick – OT – Alabama
28. Kayshon Boutte – WR – LSU
29. Harry Miller – OG – Ohio State
30. Kendall Milton – RB – Georgia
31. Kyle Hamilton – S – Notre Dame –
32.Nathan Pickering DT – Miss. State – 6-4 – 315

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2022 NHL Mock Draft

Here is an early look at the 2022 NHL Mock Draft with the top 32 prospects.

1
Seattle
Shane Wright C Canada
6′ 0″
183


2

BUF
Matthew Savoie C Canada
5′ 10″
181


3

DET
Brad Lambert RW Finland
5′ 11″
172


4

ANA
Logan Cooley C United States
5′ 10″
160


5

SJ
Rutger McGroarty C United States
6′ 0″
181


6

LA
Juraj Slafkovsky LW Slovakia
6′ 4″
218


7
T

OTT
Simon Nemec D Slovakia
6′ 1″
192


8

OTT
David Jiricek D Czech Republic
6′ 3″
180


9

ARI
Jack D Hughes C United States
6′ 0″
165


10

CGY
Tristan Luneau D Canada
6′ 1″
174


11

NJ
Elias Salomonsson D Sweden
6′ 0″
172


12

CHI
Frank Nazar RW United States
5′ 11″
170


13

PHI
Isaac “Ike” Howard LW United States
5′ 9″
174


14

NAS
Ryan Chesley D United States
6′ 0″
187


15

VAN
Seamus Casey D United States
5′ 10″
155


16

NYR
Jack Devine RW United States
5′ 10″
160


17

MIN
Maddox Fleming RW Shattuck-St. Marys School
5′ 11″
174


18

PIT
Noah Ostlund C Sweden
5′ 9″
150


19

NYI
Cruz Lucius C United States
5′ 11″
177


20

FLA
Lane Hutson D United States
5′ 6″
130


21

WPG
Julian Lutz LW Germany
6′ 2″
179


22

EDM
Ivan Miroshnichenko LW Russia
6′ 0″
185


23

MON
Danila Yurov LW Russia
6′ 1″
176


24

DAL
Antonin Verreault, LW Canada
5′ 7″
160


25

STL
Cutter Gauthier LW United States
6′ 2″
190


26

WAS
James Jimmy Snuggerud C United States
6′ 1″
10


27

CAR
Markus Vidicek C Canada
5′ 9″
150


28

BOS
Devin Kaplan RW United States
6′ 2″
192


29

VEG
Nathan Gaucher C Canada
6′ 3″
198


30
T

OTT
Justin Cote C Canada
5′ 6″
150


31
T

DET
Pano Fimis C Canada
5′ 11″
160


32

TOR
Filip Mesar RW Slovakia
5′ 10″
167

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2021 NHL Mock Draft

The following is a projection based on the top prospects in the 2021 NHL Mock Draft.

1. Owen Power (6-foot-6, 213 pounds), D, Michigan (NCAA) — Power is a big presence with good vision and strength, and has the look of a top-pair NHL defenseman. The 18-year-old led Michigan with 40 blocked shots and scored two power-play goals.

2. Luke Hughes (6-2, 180), D, USA U-18 (NTDP) — Hughes is a great skater capable of playing a smart defensive game with good poise and reads. He scored 34 points (six goals, 28 assists), had 68 shots on goal, and was plus-11 in 38 games for the USA Hockey National Team Development Program Under-18 team. The 17-year-old sustained a lacerated tendon in his foot from a skate cut March 7, but is hoping to resume skating in late May. He is the younger brother of Vancouver Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes and New Jersey Devils forward Jack Hughes , and is committed to play at Michigan next season.

3. Dylan Guenther (6-1, 175), RW, Edmonton (WHL) — Guenther is a highly skilled, elite goal scorer who is quick on his skates. The 18-year-old has scored 24 points (12 goals, 12 assists) in 12 games and leads the Western Hockey League with an average of 2.00 points per game. Guenther will play for Canada at the 2021 IIHF World Under-18 Championship, which is scheduled for April 26-May 6 in Texas.

4. Kent Johnson (6-1, 167), C, Michigan (NCAA) — The 18-year-old led first-time NHL Draft-eligible NCAA players with 18 assists and 27 points in 26 games. He led Michigan with three power-play goals.

5. William Eklund (5-10, 176), LW, Djurgarden (SWE) — Eklund has good speed, puck skills and vision. The 18-year-old scored 23 points (11 goals, 12 assists) and had 63 shots on goal while averaging 15:29 of ice time in 40 games in the Swedish Hockey League. He played most of the season on a line with Alexander Holtz, a New Jersey Devils first-round pick (No. 7) in the 2020 NHL Draft.

6. Simon Edvinsson (6-4, 198), D, Frolunda (SWE) — Edvinsson is a physical, left-shot defenseman with a good set of tools, including mobility, skating and a strong shot. The 18-year-old had one assist in 10 games in the SHL. He’ll play for Sweden at the World U-18 Championship.

7. Matthew Beniers (6-1, 175), C, Michigan (NCAA) — The 18-year-old helped the United States win the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship as the youngest player on the roster. As the second-line center he scored three points (one goal, two assists) and averaged 17:05 of ice time in seven games. Beniers scored 24 points (10 goals, 14 assists) in 24 games with Michigan.

8. Brandt Clarke (6-2, 185), D, Barrie (OHL) — Clarke is a mobile, puck-moving right-handed shot who is considered an excellent passer and playmaker with great vision. The 18-year-old scored 15 points (five goals, 10 assists) and was a plus-6 in 26 games on loan with Nove Zamsky in the Slovak Extraliga, the top professional league in Slovakia. He will play for Canada at the World U-18 Championship.

9. Chaz Lucius (6-1, 185), C, USA U-18 (NTDP) — Lucius has one of the hardest shots of the 2021 draft class. The 17-year-old has scored 18 points (13 goals, five assists) in 12 games since returning to the lineup because of a knee injury. A mobile and relentless player around the net, Lucius will play for the United States at the World U-18 Championship. He is committed to the University of Minnesota for next season.

10. Jesper Wallstedt (6-3, 214), G, Lulea (SWE) — Director of NHL European Scouting Goran Stubb said Wallstedt is the best Sweden-born goalie prospect he’s seen in at least five years. The 18-year-old can read the game well, has good quickness and plays a hybrid butterfly/athletic style. He was 11-8 with three ties, a 2.23 goals-against average, a .908 save percentage and two shutouts in 22 SHL games.

11. Xavier Bourgault (6-0, 172), C, Shawinigan (QMJHL) — Bourgault is a dynamic offensive player who is relentless in his puck pursuit. The 18-year-old is third on Shawinigan with 40 points (20 goals, 20 assists) and is second with seven power-play goals in 29 games in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League this season.

12. Carson Lambos (6-1, 197), D, Winnipeg (WHL) — Lambos is a two-way defenseman who has showcased good patience in the defensive zone and in transition. He played two WHL games before sustaining a lower-body injury. The 18-year-old scored 11 points (two goals, nine assists) in 13 games on loan with JYP in Finland’s junior league. He led WHL rookie defensemen with 32 points (eight goals, 24 assists) in 57 games in 2019-20.

13. Corson Ceulemans (6-2, 198), D, Brooks (AJHL) — The right-handed shot has the potential to become a top-four NHL defenseman able to play big minutes in all situations. The 17-year-old has scored 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in eight games in the Alberta Junior Hockey League and will play for Canada at the World U-18 Championship. He is committed to the University of Wisconsin for the 2022-23 season.

14. Nikita Chibrikov (5-10, 170), RW, SKA St. Petersburg (RUS) — Chibrikov, a left-handed shot who plays right wing, is a playmaker with great speed and strong edges who can handle the puck and backcheck. The 18-year-old scored two points (one goal, one assist) in 16 games in the Kontinental Hockey League, and scored nine points (three goals, six assists) in 11 games in the MHL, Russia’s junior league. Chibrikov will play for Russia at the World U-18 Championship.

15. Cole Sillinger (6-0, 190), C, Sioux Falls (USHL) — Sillinger is a skilled offensive player with a great release, high hockey IQ and excellent vision and playmaking ability. Sillinger opted to play in the United States Hockey League when the WHL paused the start of its season and scored 46 points (24 goals, 22 assists) in 31 games; he’s expected to return to Medicine Hat of the WHL next season. The 17-year-old is the son of former NHL forward Mike Sillinger.

16. Mason McTavish (6-1, 207), C, Peterborough (OHL) — McTavish is a powerful skater with balance and solid puck-protection ability. The 18-year-old scored 11 points (nine goals, two assists) in 13 games on loan with EHC Olten in the Swiss League, the second-highest professional league in Switzerland. He’ll play for Canada at the World U-18 Championship.

17. Sasha Pastujov (6-0, 181), RW, USA U-18 (NTDP) — Pastujov leads the NTDP U-18 with 52 points (23 goals, 29 assists) in 34 games and has scored seven power-play goals. He also was named the MVP of the 2021 BioSteel All-American Game on April 7. The 17-year-old plays a creative style to complement a 200-foot game. He will play for the United States at the World U-18 Championship. Pastujov is committed to play at Notre Dame next season.

18. Matthew Coronato (5-11, 183), RW, Chicago (USHL) — Coronato led the USHL with 46 goals and 18 power-play goals, was tied for first with four shorthanded goals and was second with 83 points in 50 games. The 18-year-old has a good wrist shot and is dangerous with the puck on his stick. He’s committed to play at Harvard next season.

19. Fabian Lysell (5-10, 172), RW, Lulea (SWE) — Lysell is a mobile skater with good speed and creativity. The 18-year-old doesn’t have dominating size but is strong and capable of winning 1-on-1 battles. He scored three points (two goals, one assist) while averaging 7:22 of ice time in 26 SHL games. He will play for Sweden at the World U-18 Championship.

20. Aatu Raty (6-2, 185), C, Karpat (FIN) — Raty is a good skater with speed, balance and excellent puck control. The 18-year-old scored six points (three goals, three assists) and had 80 shots on goal while averaging 11:38 of ice time in ice time in 35 games in Liiga, Finland’s top professional league.

21. Francesco Pinelli (6-0, 185), C, Kitchener (OHL) — Pinelli is an elite skater with excellent puck pursuit, work ethic and a high compete level. The 18-year-old can contribute on the power play and penalty kill, and projects to be a reliable two-way player in the NHL. He scored 11 points (five goals, six assists) in 13 games on loan with Jesenice in the Alps Hockey League in Slovenia. Pinelli will play for Canada at the World U-18 Championship.

22. Zachary Bolduc (6-1, 175), C, Rimouski (QMJHL) — Bolduc is an excellent skater with good hockey IQ and an ability to finish plays. The 18-year-old has scored 29 points (10 goals, 19 assists) and three power-play goals in 27 games.

23. Simon Robertsson (6-0, 190), RW, Skelleftea (SWE) — The 18-year-old Robertsson scored two points (one goal, one assist) and averaged 6:58 of ice time in 22 SHL games, and scored 20 points (nine goals, 11 assists) in 15 games with Skelleftea’s team in Sweden’s junior league. He will play for Sweden at the World U-18 Championship.

24. Oskar Olausson (6-1, 180), RW, HV 71 (SWE) — Olausson has a good work ethic and is a responsible, team-first player. The 18-year-old had six shots on goal and averaged 9:12 of ice time in four games for Sweden at the 2021 WJC. He scored four points (three goals, one assist) while averaging 9:25 of ice time in 16 SHL games.

25. Daniil Chayka (6-3, 187), D, Guelph (OHL) — Chayka is a smooth-skating left-shot defenseman with excellent mobility, calmness and poise who likes to play with pace. The 18-year-old scored two points (one goal, one assist) in 11 games on loan with CSKA Moscow in the KHL and four points (one goal, three assists) in five MHL games.

26. Stanislav Svozil (6-1, 182), D, Brno (CZREP) — Svozil scored three points (one goal, two assists) and averaged 13:28 of ice time in 30 games in Czech Extraliga, the top professional league in the Czech Republic. The 18-year-old is an excellent skater capable of moving the puck well with good vision. He had one assist and averaged 16:52 of ice time in five games for the Czech Republic at the WJC and will play for the Czech Republic at the World U-18 Championship.

27. Samu Tuomaala (5-10, 174), RW, Karpat Jr. (FIN-JR) — Tuomaala is an energy-type forward with good speed, quickness and puck control. The 18-year-old has scored 35 points (16 goals, 19 assists) in 35 games in Finland’s junior league. Tuomaala will play for Finland at the World U-18 Championship.

28. (NR) Sebastian Cossa (6-6, 210), G, Edmonton (WHL) — Cossa is staking his claim as the top goalie in the WHL, if not the entire Canadian Hockey League. He’s 12-0-1 with a 1.61 GAA, a .939 save percentage and two shutouts in 13 games. The 18-year-old has great athleticism and scouts like how he never gives up on the play.

29. Zachary L’Heureux (5-11, 196), LW, Halifax (QMJHL) — L’Heureux is a power forward who can play physical and has great hands, and has been compared to Columbus Blue Jackets forward Max Domi . The 17-year-old is second for Halifax with 39 points (19 goals, 20 assists) in 33 games.

30. Zach Dean (6-0, 176), C, Gatineau (QMJHL)– Dean missed the first month of the season with a wrist injury but has scored 20 points (10 goals, 10 assists) and leads Gatineau with five power-play goals in 23 games. The 18-year-old is a high-end skater with a great two-way game.

31. Mackie Samoskevich (5-11, 189), RW, Chicago (USHL) — The right-handed shot has scored 37 points (13 goals, 24 assists) in 36 games and is an alternate captain for Chicago. The 18-year-old forward is committed to play at Michigan next season.

32. Isak Rosen (5-11, 156), RW, Leksand (SWE) — The 18-year-old has an intriguing blend of athleticism and competitiveness. He had one assist and averaged 5:45 of ice time in 22 SHL games and scored 12 points (seven goals, five assists) in 12 games for Leksand’s team in Sweden’s junior league. Rosen will play for Sweden at the World U-18 Championship.

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Zion Collins Scouting Report

Zion collins scouting report is below

Zion is a 6’4″ PG, who can also play the two. He posses a quick first step, tight handle and strong basketball IQ. Collins is currently a three star recruit but we feel that underrates his natural talent.

He has strong court vision but his jump shot could be better. I could see real star potential if developed by the right NBA team. We have him as a projected mid 1st round pick in the 2025 NBA Draft.

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Brandin Podziemski Scouting Report

Height 6’6″ Weight 205 SG Illinois

Brandin Podziemski scouting report is below

Podziemski is a three level scorer with a soft shooting touch, his array of floaters and runners add variety to his scoring arsenal. He needs to tighten up his handle and get better at using his off hand. Against high level college and NBA talent it’s possible he has a tough time on straight line drives without a clear open lane.

We worry that without some growth he may not be a starting caliber player at the NBA level , but we see potential as a JJ Reddick type player because of his shooting touch and scoring ability. We project Brandin Podziemski to be a potential late 1st round pick in the 2023 or 2024 NBA draft.

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2020 NHL Draft

The 2020 NHL Draft was the 58th NHL Draft, held from October 6–7, 2020. The draft was originally scheduled for June 26–27, 2020 at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec but was postponed on March 25, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event was held in a remote format, with teams convening via videoconferencing, and Commissioner Gary Bettman announcing the selections in the opening round and deputy commissioner Bill Daly in all subsequent rounds from the NHL Network studios in Secaucus, New Jersey.

The first three selections were Alexis Lafreniere going to the New York Rangers, Quinton Byfield being selected by the Los Angeles Kings, and Tim Stuetzle being picked by the Ottawa Senators.


The first three picks overall in this draft were awarded by lottery. Since the 2012–13 NHL season all teams not qualifying for the Stanley Cup playoffs have a “weighted” chance at winning the first overall selection. Beginning with the 2014–15 NHL season the NHL changed the weighting system that was used in previous years. Under the new system the odds of winning the draft lottery for the four lowest finishing teams in the league decreased, while the odds for the other non-playoff teams increased.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019–20 regular season was cut short after it was suspended on March 12, 2020. The league then implemented a special 24-team format for the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs that included an additional Qualifying Round. The NHL also wanted to hold the draft lottery before the playoffs began on August 1, 2020, while at the same time keeping its 15-team draft lottery system. It was decided that the draft lottery would include the seven teams that did not qualify for the playoffs, and eight placeholders representing the yet-to-be-determined clubs eliminated in the Qualifying Round.

The first phase of the draft lottery was held on June 26, 2020. The first overall pick was won by “Team E”, one of the placeholders. As a result, the league conducted a second draft lottery on August 10, 2020, while the Los Angeles Kings moved up two spots and the Ottawa Senators (previously acquired from San Jose) remained at third overall. In the process, the Detroit Red Wings and Ottawa Senators moved down three spots from first and second overall, respectively, while the Anaheim Ducks, New Jersey Devils and Buffalo Sabres each dropped one spot.

This reference page will also serve as a 2020 NHL Mock Draft.

Round one

Alexis Lafreniere was selected first overall by the New York Rangers.

Tim Stuetzle was selected third overall by the Ottawa Senators.

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

1 Alexis Lafreniere (LW) Canada Canada New York Rangers Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL)
2 Quinton Byfield (C) Canada Canada Los Angeles Kings Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
3 Tim Stuetzle (LW) Germany Germany Ottawa Senators (from San Jose)1 Adler Mannheim (DEL)
4 Lucas Raymond (LW) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings Frolunda HC (SHL)
5 Jake Sanderson (D) United States United States Ottawa Senators U.S. NTDP (USHL)
6 Jamie Drysdale (D) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks Erie Otters (OHL)
7 Alexander Holtz (RW) Sweden Sweden New Jersey Devils Djurgardens IF (SHL)
8 Jack Quinn (RW) Canada Canada Buffalo Sabres Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
9 Marco Rossi (C) Austria Austria Minnesota Wild Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
10 Cole Perfetti (C) Canada Canada Winnipeg Jets Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
11 Yaroslav Askarov (G) Russia Russia Nashville Predators SKA-Neva (VHL)
12 Anton Lundell (C) Finland Finland Florida Panthers HIFK (Liiga)
13 Seth Jarvis (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes (from Toronto)2 Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
14 Dylan Holloway (C) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten)
15 Rodion Amirov (C) Russia Russia Toronto Maple Leafs (from Pittsburgh)3 Salavat Yulaev Ufa (KHL)
16 Kaiden Guhle (D) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)
17 Lukas Reichel (LW) Germany Germany Chicago Blackhawks Eisbaren Berlin (DEL)
18 Dawson Mercer (C) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils (from Arizona)4 Chicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
19 Braden Schneider (D) Canada Canada New York Rangers (from Calgary)5 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
20 Shakir Mukhamadullin (D) Russia Russia New Jersey Devils (from Vancouver via Tampa Bay)6 Salavat Yulaev Ufa (KHL)
21 Yegor Chinakhov (RW) Russia Russia Columbus Blue Jackets Avangard Omsk (KHL)
22 Hendrix Lapierre (C) Canada Canada Washington Capitals (from Carolina via NY Rangers and Calgary)7 Chicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
23 Tyson Foerster (RW) Canada Canada Philadelphia Flyers Barrie Colts (OHL)
24 Connor Zary (C) Canada Canada Calgary Flames (from Washington)8 Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
25 Justin Barron (D) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
26 Jake Neighbours (LW) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
27 Jacob Perreault (RW) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks (from Boston)9 Sarnia Sting (OHL)
28 Ridly Greig (C) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators (from NY Islanders)10 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
29 Brendan Brisson (C) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights Chicago Steel (USHL)
30 Mavrik Bourque (C) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
31 Ozzy Wiesblatt (RW) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks (from Tampa Bay)11 Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)


Draft Notes
The San Jose Sharks’ first-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on September 13, 2018 that sent Erik Karlsson and Francis Perron to San Jose in exchange for Chris Tierney, Dylan DeMelo, Josh Norris, Rudolfs Balcers, a conditional second-round pick in 2019, a conditional first-round pick in 2021, a conditional first-round pick no later than 2022 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Ottawa will receive a first-round pick in 2020 if San Jose qualifies for the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was converted on March 19, 2019.


The Toronto Maple Leafs’ first-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2020 to Toronto in exchange for Patrick Marleau, a seventh-round pick in 2020 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Carolina will receive a first-round pick in 2020 if Toronto’s first-round pick in 2020 is outside of the top ten selections. It was converted on August 10, 2020 when Toronto lost the second phase of the draft lottery.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ first-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on August 25, 2020 that sent Kasperi Kapanen, Pontus Aberg and Jesper Lindgren to Pittsburgh in exchange for Evan Rodrigues, Filip Hallander, David Warsofsky and this pick.
The Arizona Coyotes’ first-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on December 16, 2019 that sent Taylor Hall and Blake Speers to Arizona in exchange for Nick Merkley, Kevin Bahl, Nate Schnarr, a conditional third-round pick in 2021 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New Jersey will receive a first-round pick in 2020 if Arizona’s pick is outside the top three – was converted when the Coyotes advanced to the First Round of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs on August 7, 2020.


The Calgary Flames’ first-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent Carolina’s first-round pick and a third-round pick both in 2020 (22nd and 72nd overall) to Calgary in exchange for this pick.
The Vancouver Canucks’ first-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on February 16, 2020 that sent Blake Coleman to Tampa Bay in exchange for Nolan Foote and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New Jersey will receive a first-round pick in 2020 if Vancouver qualifies for the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs – was converted when the Canucks advanced to the First Round of the playoffs on August 7, 2020.
Tampa Bay previously acquired this pick in a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent J. T. Miller to Vancouver in exchange for Marek Mazanec, a third-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Carolina Hurricanes’ first-round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent a first-round pick and Arizona’s third-round both in 2020 (24th and 80th overall) to Calgary in exchange for this pick.


Calgary previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent a first-round pick in 2020 (19th overall) to New York in exchange for a third-round pick in 2020 (72nd overall) and this pick.
The Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Brady Skjei to Carolina in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New York will receive the later of Carolina or Toronto’s first-round pick in 2020 if Carolina acquires the Maple Leafs’ first-round pick in 2020. Otherwise New York will receive the Hurricanes’ first-round pick in 2020. It was converted when the Maple Leafs were eliminated from the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs on August 9, 2020.
The Washington Capitals’ first-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent Carolina’s first-round pick in 2020 (22nd overall) to Washington in exchange for Arizona’s third-round pick in 2020 (80th overall) and this pick.


The Boston Bruins’ first-round pick went to the Anaheim Ducks as the result of a trade on February 21, 2020 that sent Ondrej Kase to Boston in exchange for David Backes, Axel Andersson and this pick.
The New York Islanders’ first-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Jean-Gabriel Pageau to New York in exchange for a second-round pick in 2020, a conditional third-round pick in 2022 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition Ottawa will receive a first-round pick in 2020 if New York’s first-round pick is outside the top three selections – was converted when the Islanders advanced to the First Round of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs on August 7, 2020.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s first-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Barclay Goodrow and Philadelphia’s third-round pick in 2020 to Tampa Bay in exchange for Anthony Greco and this pick.


Round two

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

32 William Wallinder (D) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings Modo J20 (J20 SuperElit)
33 Roby Jarventie (LW) Finland Finland Ottawa Senators KOOVEE (Mestis)
34 John-Jason Peterka (LW) Germany Germany Buffalo Sabres (from San Jose)1 EHC Red Bull Munchen (DEL)
35 Helge Grans (D) Sweden Sweden Los Angeles Kings Malmo Redhawks (SHL)
36 Sam Colangelo (RW) United States United States Anaheim Ducks Chicago Steel (USHL)
37 Marat Khusnutdinov (C) Russia Russia Minnesota Wild (from New Jersey via Nashville)2 SKA-1946 (MHL)
38 Thomas Bordeleau (C) United States United States San Jose Sharks (from Buffalo)3 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
39 Ryan O’Rourke (D) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
40 Daniel Torgersson (LW) Sweden Sweden Winnipeg Jets Frolunda J20 (J20 SuperElit)
41 Noel Gunler (RW) Sweden Sweden Carolina Hurricanes (from NY Rangers)4 Lulea HF (SHL)
42 Luke Evangelista (RW) Canada Canada Nashville Predators London Knights (OHL)
43 Emil Heineman (LW) Sweden Sweden Florida Panthers Leksands IF (SHL)
44 Tyler Kleven (D) United States United States Ottawa Senators (from Toronto)5 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
45 Brock Faber (D) United States United States Los Angeles Kings (from Edmonton via Detroit)6 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
46 Drew Commesso (G) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks (from Pittsburgh via Vegas)7 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
47 Luke Tuch (LW) United States United States Montreal Canadiens U.S. NTDP (USHL)
48 Jan Mysak (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic Montreal Canadiens (from Chicago)8 Hamilton Bulldogs (OHL)
49 Forfeited pick9 Arizona Coyotes
50 Yan Kuznetsov (D) Russia Russia Calgary Flames UConn Huskies (H-East)
51 Theodor Niederbach (C) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings (from Vancouver via Los Angeles)10 Frolunda J20 (J20 SuperElit)
52 Joel Blomqvist (G) Finland Finland Pittsburgh Penguins (from Columbus via Ottawa)11 Oulun Karpat U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
53 Vasily Ponomarev (C) Russia Russia Carolina Hurricanes Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
54 Emil Andrae (D) Sweden Sweden Philadelphia Flyers HV71 J20 (J20 SuperElit)
55 Cross Hanas (LW) United States United States Detroit Red Wings (from Washington)12 Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
56 Tristen Robins (RW) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks (from Colorado via Washington)13 Saskatoon Blades (WHL)
57 Jack Finley (C) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning (from St. Louis via Montreal)14 Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
58 Mason Lohrei (D) United States United States Boston Bruins Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
59 Roni Hirvonen (C) Finland Finland Toronto Maple Leafs (from NY Islanders via Ottawa)15 Assat (Liiga)
60 William Cuylle (LW) Canada Canada New York Rangers (from Vegas via Los Angeles)16 Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
61 Egor Sokolov (LW) Russia Russia Ottawa Senators (from Dallas via Vegas)17 Cape Breton Eagles (QMJHL)
62 Gage Goncalves (C) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Everett Silvertips (WHL)


Draft Notes
The San Jose Sharks’ second-round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a second and fourth-round pick both in 2020 (38th and 100th overall) to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
The New Jersey Devils’ second-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Luke Kunin and a fourth-round pick in 2020 (101st overall) to Nashville in exchange for Nick Bonino, Minnesota’s third-round pick in 2020 (70th overall) and this pick.


Nashville previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent P. K. Subban to New Jersey in exchange for Steven Santini, Jeremy Davies, a second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Buffalo Sabres’ second-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a second-round pick in 2020 (34th overall) to Buffalo in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2020 (100th overall) and this pick.
The New York Rangers’ second-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on April 30, 2019 that sent Adam Fox to New York in exchange for a second-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Carolina will receive a second-round pick in 2020 if Fox plays in at least 30 games during the 2019–20 NHL season. It was converted on December 10, 2019.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ second-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent the Islanders’ second-round pick and a third-round pick both in 2020 (59th and 64th overall) to Toronto in exchange for this pick.


The Edmonton Oilers’ second-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Vancouver’s second-round pick and a fourth-round pick both in 2020 (51st and 97th overall) to Detroit in exchange for this pick.
Detroit previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Andreas Athanasiou and Ryan Kuffner to Edmonton in exchange for Sam Gagner, a second-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ second-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Martins Dzierkals to Vegas in exchange for Malcolm Subban, Stanislav Demin and this pick.
Vegas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that ensured that Vegas selected Marc-Andre Fleury in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft from Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ second-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 30, 2019 that sent Andrew Shaw and a seventh-round pick in 2021 to Chicago in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020, a third-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The Arizona Coyotes’ second-round pick in 2020 was forfeited as the result of a penalty sanction due to violations of the NHL Combine Testing Policy during the 2019–20 NHL season. The penalty includes the forfeiture of a first-round pick in 2021.


The Vancouver Canucks’ second-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Edmonton’s second-round pick in 2020 (45th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2020 (97th overall) and this pick.
Los Angeles previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 17, 2020 that sent Tyler Toffoli to Vancouver in exchange for Tim Schaller, Tyler Madden, a conditional fourth-round pick in 2022 and this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ second-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade October 7, 2020 that sent Matt Murray to Ottawa in exchange for Jonathan Gruden and this pick.
Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 23, 2019 that sent Ryan Dzingel and Calgary’s seventh-round pick in 2019 to Columbus in exchange for Anthony Duclair, a second-round pick in 2021 and this pick.


The Washington Capitals’ second-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 22, 2019 that sent Nick Jensen and Buffalo’s fifth-round pick in 2019 to Washington in exchange for Madison Bowey and this pick.
The Colorado Avalanche’s second-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on February 18, 2020 that sent Brenden Dillon to Washington in exchange for a conditional third-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
Washington previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 28, 2019 that sent Andre Burakovsky to Colorado in exchange for Scott Kosmachuk, Arizona’s third-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The St. Louis Blues’ second-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2020 (124th overall) and a second-round pick in 2021 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 18, 2020 that sent Marco Scandella to St. Louis in exchange for a conditional fourth-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The New York Islanders’ second-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a second-round pick in 2020 (44th overall) to Ottawa in exchange for a third-round pick in 2020 (64th overall) and this pick.
Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Jean-Gabriel Pageau to New York in exchange for a conditional first-round pick in 2020, a conditional third-round pick in 2022 and this pick.


The Vegas Golden Knights’ second-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Lias Andersson to Los Angeles in exchange for this pick.
Los Angeles previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 19, 2020 that sent Alec Martinez to Vegas in exchange for St. Louis’ second-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The Dallas Stars’ second-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Mark Stone and Tobias Lindberg to Vegas in exchange for Erik Brannstrom, Oscar Lindberg and this pick.
Vegas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 26, 2017 that sent Marc Methot to Dallas in exchange for Dylan Ferguson and this pick.


Round three

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

63 Donovan Sebrango (D) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
64 Topi Niemela (D) Finland Finland Toronto Maple Leafs (from Ottawa)1 Oulun Karpat (Liiga)
65 Daemon Hunt (D) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild (from San Jose via Detroit)2 Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)
66 Kasper Simontaival (RW) Finland Finland Los Angeles Kings Tappara (Liiga)
67 Ian Moore (D) United States United States Anaheim Ducks St. Mark’s Lions (USHS-MA)
68 Lukas Cormier (D) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights (from New Jersey)3 Charlottetown Islanders (QMJHL)
69 Alexander Nikishin (D) Russia Russia Carolina Hurricanes (from Buffalo)4 HC Spartak Moscow (KHL)
70 Eemil Viro (D) Finland Finland Detroit Red Wings (from Minnesota via Nashville and Minnesota)5 TPS (Liiga)
71 Leevi Merilainen (G) Finland Finland Ottawa Senators (from Winnipeg)6 Oulun Karpat U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
72 Jeremie Poirier (D) Canada Canada Calgary Flames (from NY Rangers)7 Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
73 Luke Prokop (D) Canada Canada Nashville Predators Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
74 Ty Smilanic (C) United States United States Florida Panthers U.S. NTDP (USHL)
75 Jean-Luc Foudy (C) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche (from Toronto)8 Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
76 Danil Gushchin (LW) Russia Russia San Jose Sharks (from Edmonton)9 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
77 Calle Clang (G) Sweden Sweden Pittsburgh Penguins Kristianstads IK (HockeyAllsvenskan)
78 Samuel Knazko (D) Slovakia Slovakia Columbus Blue Jackets (from Montreal)10 TPS U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
79 Landon Slaggert (LW) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks U.S. NTDP (USHL)
80 Jake Boltmann (D) United States United States Calgary Flames (from Arizona via Colorado and Washington)11 Edina Hornets (Minnesota)
81 Wyatt Kaiser (D) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks (from Calgary)12 Andover Huskies (USHS-MN)
82 Joni Jurmo (D) Finland Finland Vancouver Canucks Jokerit U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
83 Alex Laferriere (RW) United States United States Los Angeles Kings (from Columbus via Ottawa and Toronto)13 Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
84 Nico Daws (G) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils (from Carolina)14 Guelph Storm (OHL)
85 Maxim Groshev (RW) Russia Russia Tampa Bay Lightning (from Philadelphia via San Jose)15 Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL)
86 Dylan Peterson (C) United States United States St. Louis Blues (from Washington via Montreal)16 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
87 Justin Sourdif (RW) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from Colorado)17 Vancouver Giants (WHL)
88 Leo Loof (D) Sweden Sweden St. Louis Blues Farjestad Jr. (U20 SuperElit)
89 Trevor Kuntar (C) United States United States Boston Bruins Boston College Eagles (H-East)
90 Alexander Ljungkrantz (LW) Sweden Sweden New York Islanders Brynas Jr. (U20 SuperElit)
91 Jackson Hallum (C) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights St. Thomas Academy Cadets (USHS-MN)
92 Oliver Tarnstrom (C) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers (from Dallas)18 AIK Jr. (U20 SuperElit)
93 Jack Thompson (D) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Sudbury Wolves (OHL)


Draft Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ third-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a second-round pick in 2020 (44th overall) to Ottawa in exchange for the Islanders’ second-round pick in 2020 (59th overall) and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ third-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a third and fifth-round pick both in 2020 (70th and 132nd overall) to Detroit in exchange for this pick.
Detroit previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 24, 2019 that sent Gustav Nyquist to San Jose in exchange for a conditional second-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Detroit will receive a third-round pick in 2020 if Nyquist does not re-sign with San Jose for the 2019–20 NHL season. It was converted when Nyquist signed with Columbus on July 1, 2019.[56]
The New Jersey Devils’ third-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on July 29, 2019 that sent Nikita Gusev to New Jersey in exchange for a second-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The Buffalo Sabres’ third-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on August 2, 2018 that sent Jeff Skinner to Buffalo in exchange for Cliff Pu, a second-round pick in 2019, a sixth-round pick in 2020 and this pick.


The Minnesota Wild’s third-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent San Jose’s third-round pick in 2020 (65th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2020 (132nd overall) and this pick.
Minnesota previously re-acquired this pick as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Luke Kunin and a fourth-round pick in 2020 (101st overall) to Nashville in exchange for Nick Bonino, New Jersey’s second-round pick in 2020 (37th overall) and this pick.
Nashville previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Florida’s third-round pick in 2019 to Minnesota in exchange for this pick.
The Winnipeg Jets’ third-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on February 18, 2020 that sent Dylan DeMelo to Winnipeg in exchange for this pick.
The New York Rangers’ third-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent a first-round pick in 2020 (19th overall) to the New York in exchange for Carolina’s first-round pick in 2020 (22nd overall) and this pick.


The Toronto Maple Leafs’ third-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on July 1, 2019 that sent Tyson Barrie, Alexander Kerfoot and a sixth-round pick in 2020 to Toronto in exchange for Nazem Kadri, Calle Rosen and this pick.
The Edmonton Oilers’ third-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Buffalo’s fourth-round pick and Ottawa’s fifth-round pick both in 2020 (100th and 126th overall) to Edmonton in exchange for this pick.
The Montreal Canadiens’ third-round pick went to the Columbus Blue Jackets as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent Josh Anderson to Montreal in exchange for Max Domi and this pick.
The Arizona Coyotes’ third-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on October 6, 2020 that sent Carolina’s first-round pick in 2020 (22nd overall) to Washington in exchange for a first-round pick in 2020 (24th overall) and this pick.


Washington previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 28, 2019 that sent Andre Burakovsky to Colorado in exchange for Scott Kosmachuk, a second-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
Colorado previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 25, 2019 that sent Carl Soderberg to Arizona in exchange for Kevin Connauton and this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ third-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Erik Gustafsson to Calgary in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Chicago will receive the higher of Calgary or Edmonton’s third-round pick in 2020 if Calgary acquires the Oilers’ third-round pick in 2020. It was converted when the Oilers elected to keep their third-round pick in 2020 on October 7, 2020.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ third-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on February 5, 2020 that sent Jack Campbell and Kyle Clifford to Toronto in exchange for Trevor Moore, a conditional third-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
Toronto previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on July 1, 2019 that sent Nikita Zaitsev, Connor Brown and Michael Carcone to Ottawa in exchange for Cody Ceci, Ben Harpur, Aaron Luchuk and this pick.
Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Ian Cole to Columbus in exchange for Nick Moutrey and this pick.


The Carolina Hurricanes’ third-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Sami Vatanen to Carolina in exchange for Fredrik Claesson, Janne Kuokkanen and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New Jersey will receive a third-round pick in 2020 if Vatanen plays in 70% of the Hurricanes’ playoff games after the 2020 Eastern Conference Qualifying Round. It was converted after Vatanen played in four of the five games for Carolina during the 2020 Eastern Conference First Round that ended with the Hurricanes being eliminated on August 19, 2020.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ third-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Anthony Greco and a first-round pick in 2020 to San Jose in exchange for Barclay Goodrow and this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 18, 2019 that sent Justin Braun to Philadelphia in exchange for a second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ third-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues as the result of a trade on September 2, 2020 that sent Jake Allen and a seventh-round pick in 2022 to Montreal in exchange for Chicago’s seventh-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 23, 2020 that sent Ilya Kovalchuk to Washington in exchange for this pick.
The Colorado Avalanche’s third-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Derick Brassard and a conditional sixth-round pick in 2020 to Colorado in exchange for this pick.
The Dallas Stars’ third-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 23, 2019 that sent Mats Zuccarello to Dallas in exchange for a conditional second-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New York will receive a third-round pick in 2020 if Zuccarello does not re-sign with Dallas for the 2019–20 NHL season. It was converted when Zuccarello signed with Minnesota on July 1, 2019.


Round four

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

94 Zayde Wisdom (RW) Canada Canada Philadelphia Flyers (from Detroit via Tampa Bay)1 Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
95 Michael Benning (D) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from Ottawa)2 Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
96 Daniil Chechelev (G) Russia Russia Calgary Flames (from San Jose via Montreal and Buffalo)3 Russkiye Vitazi Chekhov (MHL)
97 Sam Stange (RW) United States United States Detroit Red Wings (from Los Angeles)4 Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
98 Brandon Coe (RW) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks (from Anaheim via Montreal)5 North Bay Battalion (OHL)
99 Jaromir Pytlik (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic New Jersey Devils Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
100 Carter Savoie (LW) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers (from Buffalo via San Jose)6 Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
101 Adam Wilsby (D) Sweden Sweden Nashville Predators (from Minnesota)7 Skelleftea AIK (SHL)
102 Jack Smith (RW) United States United States Montreal Canadiens (from Winnipeg)8 Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
103 Dylan Garand (G) Canada Canada New York Rangers Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
104 Thimo Nickl (D) Austria Austria Anaheim Ducks (from Nashville via Philadelphia)9 Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)
105 Zachary Uens (D) Canada Canada Florida Panthers Merrimack Warriors (H-East)
106 Artur Akhtyamov (G) Russia Russia Toronto Maple Leafs Irbis Kazan (MHL)
107 Jan Bednar (G) Czech Republic Czech Republic Detroit Red Wings (from Edmonton)10 Sokolov (Czech 1.liga)
108 Lukas Svejkovsky (C) United States United States Pittsburgh Penguins Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
109 Blake Biondi (C) United States United States Montreal Canadiens Hermantown Hawks (USHS-MN)
110 Michael Krutil (D) Czech Republic Czech Republic Chicago Blackhawks Sparta Jr. (U20 Extraliga)
111 Mitchell Miller (D) United States United States Arizona Coyotes Tri-City Storm (USHL)
112 Juho Markkanen (G) Finland Finland Los Angeles Kings (from Calgary)11 Kettera (Mestis)
113 Jackson Kunz (LW) United States United States Vancouver Canucks Shattuck-St. Mary’s Sabres (USHS-MN)
114 Mikael Pyyhtia (LW) Finland Finland Columbus Blue Jackets TPS U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
115 Zion Nybeck (LW) Sweden Sweden Carolina Hurricanes HV71 J20 (J20 SuperElit)
116 Eamon Powell (D) United States United States Tampa Bay Lightning (from Philadelphia)12 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
117 Bogdan Trineyev (RW) Russia Russia Washington Capitals Dynamo Moscow 2 (MHL)
118 Colby Ambrosio (C) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Tri-City Storm (USHL)
119 Tanner Dickinson (C) United States United States St. Louis Blues Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
120 Ethan Edwards (D) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils (from Boston)13 Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL)
121 Alex Jefferies (LW) United States United States New York Islanders Gunnery Highlanders (USHS-CT)
122 William Villeneuve (D) Canada Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from Vegas)14 Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
123 Antonio Stranges (LW) United States United States Dallas Stars London Knights (OHL)
124 Sean Farrell (C) United States United States Montreal Canadiens (from Tampa Bay)15 Chicago Steel (USHL)


Draft Notes
The Detroit Red Wings’ fourth-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fourth and fifth-round pick both in 2020 (116th and 147th overall) to Tampa Bay in exchange for this pick.
Tampa Bay previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on August 14, 2019 that sent Adam Erne to Detroit in exchange for this pick.
The Ottawa Senators’ fourth-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on October 2, 2020 that sent Josh Brown to Ottawa in exchange for this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ fourth-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on January 2, 2020 that sent Michael Frolik to Buffalo in exchange for this pick.
Buffalo previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on January 2, 2020 that sent Marco Scandella to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2019 to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
The Los Angeles Kings’ fourth-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Edmonton’s second-round pick in 2020 (45th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for Vancouver’s second-round pick in 2020 (51st overall) and this pick.
The Anaheim Ducks’ fourth-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Washington’s third-round pick in 2021 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 30, 2019 that sent Nicolas Deslauriers to Anaheim in exchange for this pick.
The Buffalo Sabres’ fourth-round pick went to the Edmonton Oilers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a third-round pick in 2020 (76th overall) to San Jose in exchange for Ottawa’s fifth-round pick in 2020 (126th overall) and this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a second-round pick in 2020 (34th overall) to Buffalo in exchange for a second-round pick in 2020 (38th overall) and this pick.
The Minnesota Wild’s fourth-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Nick Bonino, New Jersey’s second-round pick and a third-round pick both in 2020 (37th and 70th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for Luke Kunin and this pick.
The Winnipeg Jets’ fourth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 30, 2018 that sent Simon Bourque to Winnipeg in exchange for Steve Mason, Joel Armia, a seventh-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ fourth-round pick went to the Anaheim Ducks as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Derek Grant to Philadelphia in exchange for Kyle Criscuolo and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Anaheim will receive the higher of Nashville or Philadelphia’s fourth-round pick in 2020. It was converted when Nashville was eliminated from the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs on August 7, 2020, ensuring that Nashville would select higher than Philadelphia.
Philadelphia previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Wayne Simmonds to Nashville in exchange for Ryan Hartman and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).The condition – Philadelphia will receive a fourth-round pick in 2020 if Nashville does not advance to the 2019 Western Conference Second Round. It was converted on April 22, 2019 when Nashville was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs.


The Edmonton Oilers’ fourth-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 23, 2020 that sent Mike Green to Edmonton in exchange for Kyle Brodziak and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Detroit will receive a fourth-round pick in 2020 if Green does not play in at least 50% of the Oilers’ 2020 Stanley Cup playoff games. It was converted on July 11, 2020 when Green informed the Oilers he would not participate in the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Calgary Flames’ fourth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Oscar Fantenberg to Calgary in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).The condition – Los Angeles will receive a fourth-round pick in 2020 if Calgary does not advance to the 2019 Western Conference Finals. It was converted on April 19, 2019 when Calgary was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs.


The Philadelphia Flyers’ fourth-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Detroit’s fourth-round pick in 2020 (94th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2020 (147th overall) and this pick.
The Boston Bruins’ fourth-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Marcus Johansson to Boston in exchange for a second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.[91]
The Vegas Golden Knights’ fourth-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on July 23, 2019 that sent Garret Sparks to Vegas in exchange for David Clarkson and this pick.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s fourth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent St. Louis’ second-round pick in 2020 (57th overall) to Tampa Bay in exchange for a second-round pick in 2021 and this pick.


Round five

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

125 Jesper Vikman (G) Sweden Sweden Vegas Golden Knights (from Detroit)1 AIK Jr. (U20 SuperElit)
126 Tyler Tullio (RW) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers (from Ottawa via San Jose)2 Oshawa Generals (OHL)
127 Evan Vierling (C) Canada Canada New York Rangers (from San Jose)3 Barrie Colts (OHL)
128 Martin Chromiak (RW) Slovakia Slovakia Los Angeles Kings Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
129 Artyom Galimov (C) Russia Russia Anaheim Ducks Ak Bars Kazan (KHL)
130 Artem Shlaine (C) Russia Russia New Jersey Devils Shattuck-St. Mary’s Sabres (USHS-MN)
131 Matteo Costantini (C) Canada Canada Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Jr. Sabres (OJHL)
132 Alex Cotton (D) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings (from Minnesota)4 Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)
133 Anton Johannesson (D) Sweden Sweden Winnipeg Jets HV71 J20 (U20 SuperElit)
134 Brett Berard (LW) United States United States New York Rangers U.S. NTDP (USHL)
135 Elliot Desnoyers (LW) Canada Canada Philadelphia Flyers (from Nashville)5 Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
136 Jakub Dobes (G) Czech Republic Czech Republic Montreal Canadiens (from Florida)6 Omaha Lancers (USHL)
137 Dmitry Ovchinnikov (C) Russia Russia Toronto Maple Leafs (from Toronto via Florida)7 Novosibirsk 2 (MHL)
138 Maksim Berezkin (LW) Russia Russia Edmonton Oilers Yaroslavl 2 (MHL)
139 Ryder Rolston (RW) United States United States Colorado Avalanche (from Pittsburgh)8 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
140 Ben Meehan (D) United States United States Los Angeles Kings (from Montreal via Carolina)9 UMass Lowell River Hawks (H-East)
141 Isaak Phillips (D) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
142 Carson Bantle (LW) United States United States Arizona Coyotes Madison Capitols (USHL)
143 Ryan Francis (RW) Canada Canada Calgary Flames Cape Breton Eagles (QMJHL)
144 Jacob Truscott (D) United States United States Vancouver Canucks U.S. NTDP (USHL)
145 Ole Julian Bjorgvik-Holm (D) Norway Norway Columbus Blue Jackets Mississauga Steelheads (OHL)
146 Pavel Novak (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Minnesota Wild (from Carolina via St. Louis)10 Kelowna Rockets (WHL)
147 Jaydon Dureau (LW) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning (from Philadelphia)11 Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
148 Bear Hughes (D) United States United States Washington Capitals Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
149 Raivis Ansons (RW) Latvia Latvia Pittsburgh Penguins (from Colorado)12 Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL)
150 Matthew Kessel (D) United States United States St. Louis Blues UMass Minutemen (Hockey East)
151 Mason Langenbrunner (D) United States United States Boston Bruins Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
152 William Dufour (RW) Canada Canada New York Islanders Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)
153 Kasper Puutio (D) Finland Finland Florida Panthers (from Vegas via Toronto)13 Everett Silvertips (WHL)
154 Daniel Ljungman (C) Sweden Sweden Dallas Stars Linkoping J20 (J20 SuperElit)
155 Eric Engstrand (LW) Sweden Sweden Ottawa Senators (from Tampa Bay)14 Malmo Redhawks (SHL)


Draft Notes
The Detroit Red Wings’ fifth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2022 to Detroit in exchange for this pick.
The Ottawa Senators’ fifth-round pick went to the Edmonton Oilers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a third-round pick in 2020 (76th overall) to San Jose in exchange for Buffalo’s fourth-round pick in 2020 (100th overall) and this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 19, 2018 that sent Mikkel Boedker, Julius Bergman and a sixth-round pick in 2020 to Ottawa in exchange for Mike Hoffman, Cody Donaghey and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ fifth-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a seventh-round pick and Vancouver’s seventh-round pick both in 2020 (196th and 206th overall) to San Jose in exchange for this pick.


The Minnesota Wild’s fifth-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent San Jose’s third-round pick in 2020 (65th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for a third-round pick in 2020 (70th overall) and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ fifth-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a seventh-round pick and Montreal’s seventh-round pick both in 2020 (202nd and 209th overall) to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
The Florida Panthers’ fifth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Chicago’s fifth-round pick in 2019 to Florida in exchange for this pick.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ fifth-round pick was re-acquired as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Vegas’ fifth-round pick and St. Louis’ seventh-round pick both in 2020 (153rd and 212th overall) to Florida in exchange for this pick.
Florida previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on December 29, 2018 that sent Michael Hutchinson to Toronto in exchange for this pick.


The Pittsburgh Penguins’ fifth-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth and seventh-round pick both in 2020 (149th and 211th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
The Montreal Canadiens fifth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2020 (159th overall) and a seventh-round pick in 2021 to Carolina in exchange for this pick.
Carolina previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on September 12, 2020 that sent Joel Edmundson to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
The Carolina Hurricanes’ fifth-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a sixth and seventh-round pick both in 2020 (163rd and 194th overall) to St. Louis in exchange for this pick.
St. Louis previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on September 24, 2019 that sent Joel Edmundson, Dominik Bokk and a seventh-round pick in 2021 to Carolina in exchange for Justin Faulk and this pick.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ fifth-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Detroit’s fourth-round pick in 2020 (94th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2020 (116th overall) and this pick.


The Colorado Avalanche’s fifth-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 (139th overall) to Colorado in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020 (211th overall) and this pick.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ fifth-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Toronto’s fifth-round pick in 2020 (137th overall) to Toronto in exchange for St. Louis’ seventh-round pick in 2020 (212th overall) and this pick.
Toronto previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Robin Lehner to Vegas in exchange for this pick.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s fifth-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on July 30, 2019 that sent Mike Condon and a sixth-round pick in 2020 to Tampa Bay in exchange for Ryan Callahan and this pick.


Round six

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

156 Kyle Aucoin (D) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings Tri-City Storm (USHL)
157 Nick Capone (RW) United States United States Tampa Bay Lightning (from Ottawa)1 Tri-City Storm (USHL)
158 Philippe Daoust (C) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators (from San Jose)2 Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
159 Lucas Mercuri (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes (from Los Angeles)3 Salisbury Knights (USHS-CT)
160 Albin Sundsvik (C) Sweden Sweden Anaheim Ducks Skelleftea AIK (SHL)
161 Benjamin Baumgartner (C) Austria Austria New Jersey Devils HC Davos (Switzerland)
162 Yevgeni Oksentyuk (LW) Belarus Belarus Dallas Stars (from Buffalo via Carolina and Florida)4 Flint Firebirds (OHL)
163 Will Cranley (G) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues (from Minnesota)5 Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
164 Tyrel Bauer (D) Canada Canada Winnipeg Jets Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
165 Matt Rempe (C) Canada Canada New York Rangers Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
166 Luke Reid (D) Canada Canada Nashville Predators Chicago Steel (USHL)
167 Nils Aman (C) Sweden Sweden Colorado Avalanche (from Florida)6 Leksands IF (SHL)
168 Veeti Miettinen (RW) Finland Finland Toronto Maple Leafs K-Espoo U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
169 Filip Engaras (C) Sweden Sweden Edmonton Oilers New Hampshire Wildcats (H-East)
170 Chase Yoder (C) United States United States Pittsburgh Penguins U.S. NTDP (USHL)
171 Alexander Gordin (RW) Russia Russia Montreal Canadiens Neva St. Petersburg (VHL)
172 Chad Yetman (C) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks Erie Otters (OHL)
173 Filip Barklund (C) Sweden Sweden Arizona Coyotes Orebro Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
174 Rory Kerins (C) Canada Canada Calgary Flames Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
175 Dmitry Zlodeyev (C) Russia Russia Vancouver Canucks Dynamo Moscow 2 (MHL)
176 Samuel Johannesson (D) Sweden Sweden Columbus Blue Jackets Rogle BK (SHL)
177 Axel Rindell (D) Finland Finland Toronto Maple Leafs (from Carolina)7 Jukurit (Liiga)
178 Connor McClennon (RW) Canada Canada Philadelphia Flyers Winnipeg Ice (WHL)
179 Garin Bjorklund (G) Canada Canada Washington Capitals Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
180 Joe Miller (C) United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs (from Colorado)8 Chicago Steel (USHL)
181 Cole Reinhardt (LW) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators (from St. Louis via Edmonton)9 Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
182 Riley Duran (C) United States United States Boston Bruins Lawrence Academy Spartans (USHS-MA)
183 Matias Rajaniemi (D) Finland Finland New York Islanders Lahti Pelicans (Liiga)
184 Noah Ellis (D) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
185 Remi Poirier (G) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL)
186 Amir Miftakhov (G) Russia Russia Tampa Bay Lightning Ak Bars Kazan (KHL)
Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ sixth-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on July 30, 2019 that sent Ryan Callahan and a fifth-round pick in 2020 to Ottawa in exchange for Mike Condon and this pick.[102]
The San Jose Sharks’ sixth-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on June 19, 2018 that sent Mike Hoffman, Cody Donaghey and a fifth-round pick in 2020 to San Jose in exchange for Mikkel Boedker, Julius Bergman and this pick.
The Los Angeles Kings’ sixth-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Montreal’s fifth-round pick in 2020 (140th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The Buffalo Sabres’ sixth-round pick went to the Dallas Stars as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Emil Djuse to Florida in exchange for this pick.
Florida previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 30, 2019 that sent James Reimer to Carolina in exchange for Scott Darling and this pick.


Carolina previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on August 2, 2018 that sent Jeff Skinner to Buffalo in exchange for Cliff Pu, a second-round pick in 2019, a third-round pick in 2020 and this pick.[58]
The Minnesota Wild’s sixth-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Carolina’s fifth-round pick in 2020 (146th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020 (194th overall) and this pick.
The Florida Panthers’ sixth-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent a third-round pick in 2020 to Florida in exchange for Derick Brassard and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Colorado will receive a sixth-round pick in 2020 if Brassard does not re-sign with the Avalanche for the 2019–20 NHL season. It was converted on August 21, 2019 when Brassard signed with the New York Islanders.


The Carolina Hurricanes’ sixth-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Patrick Marleau, a conditional first-round pick in 2020 and a seventh-round pick in 2020 to Carolina in exchange for this pick.
The Colorado Avalanche’s sixth-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on July 1, 2019 that sent Nazem Kadri, Calle Rosen and a third-round pick in 2020 to Colorado in exchange for Tyson Barrie, Alexander Kerfoot and this pick.
The St. Louis Blues’ sixth-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on November 22, 2018 that sent Chris Wideman to Edmonton in exchange for this pick.
Edmonton previously acquired this pick in a trade on October 1, 2018 that sent Jakub Jerabek to St. Louis in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Edmonton will receive a sixth-round pick in 2020 if Jerabek plays in less than 50 games during the 2018–19 NHL season. It was converted on December 22, 2018.


Round seven

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

187 Kienan Draper (RW) United States United States Detroit Red Wings Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL)
188 Louis Crevier (D) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks (from Ottawa via Montreal)1 Chicoutimi Saugneens (QMJHL)
189 John Fusco (D) United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs (from San Jose)2 Harvard Crimson (ECAC)
190 Aatu Jamsen (RW) Finland Finland Los Angeles Kings Lahti Pelicans U20 (Jr. A SM-liiga)
191 Viktor Persson (D) Sweden Sweden Vancouver Canucks (from Anaheim)3 Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
192 Elliot Ekefjard (RW) Sweden Sweden Arizona Coyotes (from New Jersey)4 Malmo J20 (J20 SuperElit)
193 Albert Lyckasen (D) Sweden Sweden Buffalo Sabres Vita Hasten (HockeyAllsvenskan)
194 Noah Beck (D) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues (from Minnesota)5 Fargo Force (USHL)
195 Wyatt Schingoethe (C) United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs (from Winnipeg via Minnesota)6 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
196 Alex Young (C) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks (from NY Rangers)7 Colgate Raiders (ECAC)
197 Hugo Ollas (G) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers (from Nashville)8 Linkoping J20 (J20 SuperElit)
198 Elliot Ekmark (C) Sweden Sweden Florida Panthers Linkoping J20 (J20 SuperElit)
199 Alexander Pashin (RW) Russia Russia Carolina Hurricanes (from Toronto)9 Ufa 2 (MHL)
200 Jeremias Lindewall (RW) Sweden Sweden Edmonton Oilers Modo J20 (J20 SuperElit)
201 Adam Raska (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic San Jose Sharks (from Pittsburgh)10 Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL)
202 Gunnarwolfe Fontaine (LW) United States United States Nashville Predators (from Montreal via Philadelphia)11 Northeastern Huskies (H-East)
203 Chase Bradley (LW) United States United States Detroit Red Wings (from Chicago via Montreal and St. Louis)12 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
204 Ben McCartney (LW) Canada Canada Arizona Coyotes Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
205 Ilya Solovyov (D) Belarus Belarus Calgary Flames Dinamo Minsk (KHL)
206 Linus Oberg (C) Sweden Sweden San Jose Sharks (from Vancouver via NY Rangers)13 Orebro HK (SHL)
207 Ethan Bowen (C) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks (from Columbus)14 Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL)
208 Ronan Seeley (D) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes Everett Silvertips (WHL)
209 Chase McLane (C) United States United States Nashville Predators (from Philadelphia)15 Penn State Nittany Lions (Big Ten)
210 Timofey Spitserov (RW) Russia Russia San Jose Sharks (from Washington)16 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
211 Oskar Magnusson (LW) Sweden Sweden Washington Capitals (from Colorado via Pittsburgh)17 Malmo Redhawks (SHL)
212 Devon Levi (G) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from St. Louis via Toronto)18 Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL)
213 Ryan Tverberg (C) Canada Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from Boston)19 Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OJHL)
214 Henrik Tikkanen (G) Finland Finland New York Islanders IPK (Mestis)
215 Maxim Marushev (C) Russia Russia Vegas Golden Knights Bars Kazan (VHL)
216 Jakub Konecny (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic Buffalo Sabres (from Dallas)20 Sparta Jr. (U20 Extraliga)
217 Declan McDonnell (RW) United States United States Tampa Bay Lightning Kitchener Rangers (OHL)


Draft Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ seventh-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Montreal’s seventh-round pick in 2021 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 24, 2020 that sent Matthew Peca to Ottawa in exchange for Aaron Luchuk and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ seventh-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on February 20, 2018 that sent Eric Fehr to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
The Anaheim Ducks’ seventh-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on January 16, 2019 that sent Michael Del Zotto to Anaheim in exchange for Luke Schenn and this pick.
The New Jersey Devils’ seventh-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2021 to New Jersey in exchange for this pick.


The Minnesota Wild’s seventh-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Carolina’s fifth-round pick in 2020 (146th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2020 (163rd overall) and this pick.
The Winnipeg Jets’ seventh-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on May 30, 2019 that sent Fedor Gordeev to Minnesota in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[113] The condition – Toronto will receive Winnipeg’s seventh-round pick in 2020 if Gordeev signs with the Wild before June 1, 2019 – was converted on May 30, 2019.
Minnesota previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Matt Hendricks to Winnipeg in exchange for this pick.
The New York Rangers’ seventh-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 (127th overall) to New York in exchange for Vancouver’s seventh-round pick in 2020 (206th overall) and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ seventh-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 6, 2019 that sent Cody McLeod to Nashville in exchange for this pick.


The Toronto Maple Leafs’ seventh-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2020 to Toronto in exchange for Patrick Marleau, a conditional first-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ seventh-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2019 to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
The Montreal Canadiens’ seventh-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 (135th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020 (209th overall) and this pick.
Philadelphia previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Montreal’s seventh-round pick in 2019 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.


The Chicago Blackhawks’ seventh-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2021 to St. Louis in exchange for this pick.
St. Louis previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on September 2, 2020 that sent Jake Allen and a seventh-round pick in 2022 to Montreal in exchange for Washington’s third-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 30, 2019 that sent Andrew Shaw and a seventh-round pick in 2021 to Chicago in exchange for a second-round pick in 2020, a third-round pick in 2021 and this pick.
The Vancouver Canucks’ seventh-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 (127th overall) to the New York Rangers in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020 (196th overall) and this pick.
The Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 12, 2019 that sent Marek Mazanec to Vancouver in exchange for this pick.


The Columbus Blue Jackets’ seventh-round pick went to the Anaheim Ducks as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a conditional seventh-round pick in 2022 or 2023 to Columbus in exchange for this pick.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ seventh-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 to Philadelphia in exchange for Montreal’s seventh-round pick in 2020 (202nd overall) and this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ seventh-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2019 to Washington in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Colorado Avalanche’s fifth-round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2021 to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 (139th overall) to Colorado in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2020 (149th overall) and this pick.
The St. Louis Blues’ seventh-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent Toronto’s fifth-round pick in 2020 (137th overall) to Toronto in exchange for Vegas’ fifth-round pick in 2020 (153rd overall) and this pick.


Toronto previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2019 to St. Louis in exchange for this pick.
The Boston Bruins’ seventh-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on October 7, 2020 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2021 to Boston in exchange for this pick.
The Dallas Stars’ seventh-round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of a trade on November 10, 2018 that sent Taylor Fedun to Dallas in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[125] The condition – Buffalo will receive a seventh-round pick in 2020 if Fedun plays in 25 games during the 2018–19 NHL season and 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs combined. It was converted on January 17, 2019.

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2019 NHL Draft

This reference page includes the full results of the 2019 NHL Draft.

The 2019 NHL Draft was the 57th NHL Draft. The draft was held on June 21–22, 2019 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The first three selections were Jack Hughes going to the New Jersey Devils, Kaapo Kakko being selected by the New York Rangers, and Kirby Dach being picked by the Chicago Blackhawks.

Top prospects
Source: NHL Central Scouting final (April 15, 2019) ranking.
Ranking North American skaters European skaters
1 United States Jack Hughes (C) Finland Kaapo Kakko (RW)
2 Canada Bowen Byram (D) Russia Vasily Podkolzin (RW)
3 Canada Kirby Dach (C) Sweden Victor Soderstrom (D)
4 United States Alex Turcotte (C) Finland Ville Heinola (D)
5 Canada Dylan Cozens (C) Sweden Philip Broberg (D)
6 United States Trevor Zegras (C) Germany Moritz Seider (D)
7 United States Arthur Kaliyev (RW) Sweden Tobias Bjornfot (D)
8 United States Cole Caufield (RW) Russia Daniil Misyul (D)
9 United States Matthew Boldy (LW) Russia Ilya Nikolaev (C)
10 Canada Peyton Krebs (C) Finland Mikko Kokkonen (D)
Ranking North American goalies European goalies
1 United States Spencer Knight Russia Pyotr Kochetkov
2 Denmark Mads Sogaard Sweden Hugo Alnefelt
3 Canada Hunter Jones Czech Republic Lukas Parik


The order of the 2019 Entry Draft is listed below.

Round one

Kaapo Kakko was selected second overall by the New York Rangers.

Alex Turcotte was selected fifth overall by the Los Angeles Kings.

Moritz Seider was selected sixth overall by the Detroit Red Wings.

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

1 Jack Hughes (C) United States United States New Jersey Devils U.S. NTDP (USHL)
2 Kaapo Kakko (RW) Finland Finland New York Rangers TPS (Liiga)
3 Kirby Dach (C) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks Saskatoon Blades (WHL)
4 Bowen Byram (D) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche (from Ottawa)1 Vancouver Giants (WHL)
5 Alex Turcotte (C) United States United States Los Angeles Kings U.S. NTDP (USHL)
6 Moritz Seider (D) Germany Germany Detroit Red Wings Adler Mannheim (DEL)
7 Dylan Cozens (C) Canada Canada Buffalo Sabres Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)
8 Philip Broberg (D) Sweden Sweden Edmonton Oilers AIK (HockeyAllsvenskan)
9 Trevor Zegras (C) United States United States Anaheim Ducks U.S. NTDP (USHL)
10 Vasily Podkolzin (RW) Russia Russia Vancouver Canucks SKA-Neva (VHL)
11 Victor Soderstrom (D) Sweden Sweden Arizona Coyotes (from Philadelphia)2 Brynas IF (SHL)
12 Matthew Boldy (LW) United States United States Minnesota Wild U.S. NTDP (USHL)
13 Spencer Knight (G) United States United States Florida Panthers U.S. NTDP (USHL)
14 Cameron York (D) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers (from Arizona)3 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
15 Cole Caufield (RW) United States United States Montreal Canadiens U.S. NTDP (USHL)
16 Alex Newhook (C) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)
17 Peyton Krebs (C) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights Kootenay Ice (WHL)
18 Thomas Harley (D) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Mississauga Steelheads (OHL)
19 Lassi Thomson (D) Finland Finland Ottawa Senators (from Columbus)4 Kelowna Rockets (WHL)
20 Ville Heinola (D) Finland Finland Winnipeg Jets (from Winnipeg via NY Rangers)5 Lukko (Liiga)
21 Samuel Poulin (RW) Canada Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Sherbrooke Phoenix (QMJHL)
22 Tobias Bjornfot (D) Sweden Sweden Los Angeles Kings (from Toronto)6 Djurgardens IF (SHL)
23 Simon Holmstrom (RW) Sweden Sweden New York Islanders HV71 Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
24 Philip Tomasino (C) Canada Canada Nashville Predators Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
25 Connor McMichael (C) Canada Canada Washington Capitals London Knights (OHL)
26 Jakob Pelletier (LW) Canada Canada Calgary Flames Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
27 Nolan Foote (LW) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Kelowna Rockets (WHL)
28 Ryan Suzuki (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes Barrie Colts (OHL)
29 Brayden Tracey (LW) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks (from San Jose via Buffalo)7 Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)
30 John Beecher (C) United States United States Boston Bruins U.S. NTDP (USHL)
31 Ryan Johnson (D) United States United States Buffalo Sabres (from St. Louis)8 Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)


Draft Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ first-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on November 5, 2017 that sent Matt Duchene to Ottawa in exchange for Kyle Turris, Shane Bowers, Andrew Hammond, a third-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Colorado will receive a first-round pick in 2019 if the Senators’ first-round pick in 2018 is inside the top ten selections and the Senators decide to defer the pick to 2019. It was converted on June 22, 2018.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ first-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 21, 2019 that sent a first and second-round pick in 2019 (14th and 45th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for this pick.


The Arizona Coyotes’ first-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on June 21, 2019 that sent a first-round pick in 2019 (11th overall) to Arizona in exchange for a second-round pick (45th overall) and this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ first-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on February 22, 2019 that sent Matt Duchene and Julius Bergman to Columbus in exchange for Vitalii Abramov, Jonathan Davidsson, a conditional first-round pick in 2020 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Ottawa will receive a first-round pick in 2019 if the Blue Jackets’ first-round pick is outside of the top three selections in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft – was converted when the Blue Jackets clinched a spot in the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs on April 5, 2019.
The Winnipeg Jets’ first-round pick was re-acquired as the result of a trade on June 17, 2019 that sent Jacob Trouba to New York in exchange for Neal Pionk and this pick.
The New York Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Kevin Hayes to Winnipeg in exchange for Brendan Lemieux, a conditional fourth-round pick in 2022 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New York will receive a first-round pick in 2019 if the Jets first-round pick in 2019 is outside of the first three selections – was converted when the Jets qualified for the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs on March 23, 2019.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ first-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on January 28, 2019 that sent Jake Muzzin to Toronto in exchange for Carl Grundstrom, Sean Durzi and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ first-round pick went to the Anaheim Ducks as the result of a trade on February 24, 2019 that sent Brandon Montour to Buffalo in exchange for Brendan Guhle and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Anaheim will receive a first-round pick in 2019 if the Blues’ first-round pick is between picks 20–31 then Anaheim will have the option to take either St. Louis or San Jose’s first-round pick in 2019. – the exact date of conversion is unknown.


Buffalo previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Evander Kane to San Jose in exchange for Danny O’Regan, a conditional fourth-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Buffalo will receive a first-round pick in 2019 if Kane re-signs with the Sharks for the 2018–19 NHL season and if the Sharks qualify for the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs – was converted on May 24, 2018 and March 19, 2019, respectively.
The St. Louis Blues’ first-round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of a trade on July 1, 2018 that sent Ryan O’Reilly to St. Louis in exchange for Vladimir Sobotka, Patrik Berglund, Tage Thompson, a second-round pick in 2021 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).The condition – Buffalo will receive a first-round pick in 2019 if the Blues first-round pick is outside of the top ten selections in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. It was converted when the Blues qualified for the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs on March 29, 2019.


Round two

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

32 Shane Pinto (C) United States United States Ottawa Senators Tri-City Storm (USHL)
33 Arthur Kaliyev (RW) United States United States Los Angeles Kings Hamilton Bulldogs (OHL)
34 Bobby Brink (RW) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers (from New Jersey via Nashville)1 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
35 Antti Tuomisto (D) Finland Finland Detroit Red Wings Assat (Liiga)
36 Pyotr Kochetkov (G) Russia Russia Carolina Hurricanes (from Buffalo)2 HC Sochi (KHL)
37 Mads Sogaard (G) Denmark Denmark Ottawa Senators (from NY Rangers via Carolina)3 Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
38 Raphael Lavoie (C) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
39 Jackson Lacombe (D) United States United States Anaheim Ducks Shattuck-Saint Mary’s (USHS)
40 Nils Hoglander (LW) Sweden Sweden Vancouver Canucks Rogle BK (SHL)
41 Kaedan Korczak (D) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights (from Philadelphia via San Jose)4 Kelowna Rockets (WHL)
42 Vladislav Firstov (LW) Russia Russia Minnesota Wild Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
43 Alex Vlasic (D) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks U.S. NTDP (USHL)
44 Jamieson Rees (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes (from Florida via San Jose and Ottawa)5 Sarnia Sting (OHL)
45 Egor Afanasyev (LW) Russia Russia Nashville Predators (from Arizona via Philadelphia)6 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
46 Jayden Struble (D) United States United States Montreal Canadiens Saint Sebastian’s School (USHS)
47 Drew Helleson (D) United States United States Colorado Avalanche U.S. NTDP (USHL)
48 Artemi Kniazev (D) Russia Russia San Jose Sharks (from Vegas)7 Chicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
49 Matthew Robertson (D) Canada Canada New York Rangers (from Dallas)8 Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
50 Samuel Fagemo (LW) Sweden Sweden Los Angeles Kings (from Columbus via Vegas and Montreal)9 Frolunda HC (SHL)
51 Simon Lundmark (D) Sweden Sweden Winnipeg Jets Linkopings HC (SHL)
52 Vladislav Kolyachonok (D) Belarus Belarus Florida Panthers (from Pittsburgh)10 Flint Firebirds (OHL)
53 Nicholas Robertson (LW) United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs Peterborough Petes (OHL)
54 Robert Mastrosimone (LW) United States United States Detroit Red Wings (from NY Islanders via Vegas)11 Chicago Steel (USHL)
55 Dillion Hamaliuk (LW) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks (from Nashville via New Jersey)12 Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
56 Brett Leason (RW) Canada Canada Washington Capitals Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)
57 Samuel Bolduc (D) Canada Canada New York Islanders (from Calgary)13 Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (QMJHL)
58 Karl Henriksson (C) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers (from Tampa Bay)14 Frolunda HC (SHL)
59 Hunter Jones (G) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild (from Carolina)15 Peterborough Petes (OHL)
60 Albert Johansson (D) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings (from San Jose)16 Farjestad BK (SHL)
61 Nikita Okhotyuk (D) Russia Russia New Jersey Devils (from Boston)17 Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
62 Nikita Alexandrov (C) Russia Russia St. Louis Blues Charlottetown Islanders (QMJHL)


Draft Notes
The New Jersey Devils’ second-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Arizona’s second-round pick and New Jersey’s third-round pick both in 2019 (45th and 65th overall) to Nashville in exchange for this pick.
Nashville previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent P. K. Subban to New Jersey in exchange for Steven Santini, Jeremy Davies, a second-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The Buffalo Sabres’ second-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on August 2, 2018 that sent Jeff Skinner to Buffalo in exchange for Cliff Pu, a third and sixth-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The New York Rangers’ second-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Florida’s second-round pick and Pittsburgh’s third-round pick both in 2019 (44th and 83rd overall) to Carolina in exchange for this pick.


Carolina previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on April 30, 2019 that sent Adam Fox to New York in exchange for a conditional third-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ second-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a second-round pick and Winnipeg’s third-round pick both in 2019 (48th and 82nd overall) to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 18, 2019 that sent Justin Braun to Philadelphia in exchange for a third-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The Florida Panthers’ second-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent the Rangers’ second-round pick (37th overall) to Ottawa in exchange for Pittsburgh’s third-round (83rd overall) and this pick.


Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on September 13, 2018 that sent Erik Karlsson and Francis Perron to San Jose in exchange for Chris Tierney, Dylan DeMelo, Josh Norris, Rudolfs Balcers, a conditional first-round pick in 2019 or 2020, a conditional first-round pick in 2021, a conditional first-round pick no later than 2022 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Ottawa will receive the higher of Florida or San Jose’s second-round pick in 2019. It was converted on March 26, 2019 when Florida was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs ensuring that Florida would select higher than San Jose.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 19, 2018 that sent Mike Hoffman and a seventh-round pick in 2018 to Florida in exchange for Vegas’ fourth-round pick in 2018, a fifth-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
The Arizona Coyotes’ second-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent New Jersey’s second-round pick in 2019 (34th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for New Jersey’s third-round pick in 2019 (65th overall) and this pick.


Philadelphia previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 21, 2019 that sent a first-round pick in 2019 (11th overall) to Arizona in exchange for a first-round pick in 2019 (14th overall) and this pick.[9]
The Vegas Golden Knights’ second-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Philadelphia’s second-round pick in 2019 (41st overall) to Vegas in exchange for Winnipeg’s third-round pick in 2019 (82nd overall) and this pick.
The Dallas Stars’ second-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 23, 2019 that sent Mats Zuccarello to Dallas in exchange for a conditional third-round pick in 2020 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).The condition – New York will receive a second-round pick in 2019 if the Stars do not advance to the 2019 Western Conference Finals. It was converted when the Stars were eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs on May 7, 2019.


The Columbus Blue Jackets’ second-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a third and fifth-round pick both in 2019 (64th and 126th overall) to Montreal in exchange for this pick.[35]
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on September 9, 2018 that sent Max Pacioretty to Vegas in exchange for Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki and this pick.
Vegas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that ensured that Vegas selected William Karlsson in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft from Columbus in exchange for David Clarkson, a first-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ second-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on February 1, 2019 that sent Nick Bjugstad and Jared McCann to Pittsburgh in exchange for Derick Brassard, Riley Sheahan, Minnesota and Pittsburgh’s fourth-round picks both in 2019 and this pick.


The New York Islanders’ second-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Tomas Tatar to Vegas in exchange for a first-round pick in 2018, a third-round pick in 2021 and this pick.[39]
Vegas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that ensured that Vegas selected Jean-Francois Berube in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft from the Islanders in exchange for Mikhail Grabovski, Jake Bischoff, a first-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ second-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Winnipeg’s third-round pick in 2019 (82nd overall) and a third-round pick in 2019 (91st overall) to New Jersey in exchange for this pick.
New Jersey previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 6, 2019 that sent Brian Boyle to Nashville in exchange for this pick.


The Calgary Flames’ second-round pick went to the New York Islanders as the result of a trade on June 24, 2017 that sent Travis Hamonic and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2019 to Calgary in exchange for a first and second-round pick in 2018 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New York will receive a second-round pick in 2019 if Calgary does not qualify for the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was converted on March 26, 2018.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s second-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Ryan McDonagh and J. T. Miller to Tampa Bay in exchange for Vladislav Namestnikov, Libor Hajek, Brett Howden, a first-round pick in 2018 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[44] The condition – New York will receive a second-round pick in 2019 if the Lightning do not win the Stanley Cup in 2018 or 2019[45] – was converted on May 23, 2018 and April 16, 2019, respectively when Tampa Bay was eliminated from the playoffs.[46][47]
The Carolina Hurricanes’ second-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a third-round pick and the Rangers’ fourth-round pick both in 2019 (73rd and 99th overall) to Carolina in exchange for this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ second-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 24, 2019 that sent Gustav Nyquist to San Jose in exchange for a conditional third-round pick in 2020 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).The condition – Detroit will receive the lower of Florida or San Jose’s second-round pick in 2019. It was converted on March 26, 2019 when Florida was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs ensuring that San Jose would select lower than Florida.
The Boston Bruins’ second-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Marcus Johansson to Boston in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2020 and this pick.


Round three

Mikko Kokkonen was selected 84th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

63 Matthew Stienburg (C) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche (from Ottawa)1 St. Andrew’s College (CISAA)
64 Mattias Norlinder (D) Sweden Sweden Montreal Canadiens (from Los Angeles)2 Modo Hockey (HockeyAllsvenskan)
65 Alexander Campbell (LW) Canada Canada Nashville Predators (from New Jersey via Edmonton and Philadelphia)3 Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)
66 Albin Grewe (RW) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings Djurgardens IF (SHL)
67 Erik Portillo (G) Sweden Sweden Buffalo Sabres Frolunda Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
68 Zachary Jones (D) United States United States New York Rangers Tri-City Storm (USHL)
69 John Ludvig (D) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from Edmonton)4 Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
70 Daniil Misyul (D) Russia Russia New Jersey Devils (from Anaheim)5 Loko Yaroslavl (MHL)
71 Hugo Alnefelt (G) Sweden Sweden Tampa Bay Lightning (from Vancouver)6 HV71 Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
72 Ronald Attard (D) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers Tri-City Storm (USHL)
73 Patrik Puistola (RW) Finland Finland Carolina Hurricanes (from Minnesota)7 Tappara (Liiga)
74 Nathan Legare (RW) Canada Canada Pittsburgh Penguins (from Chicago via Arizona)8 Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL)
75 Adam Beckman (LW) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild (from Florida via Nashville)9 Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
76 John Farinacci (C) United States United States Arizona Coyotes Dexter Southfield School (USHS)
77 Gianni Fairbrother (D) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens Everett Silvertips (WHL)
78 Alex Beaucage (RW) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
79 Pavel Dorofeyev (LW) Russia Russia Vegas Golden Knights Metallurg Magnitogorsk (KHL)
80 Graeme Clarke (RW) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils (from Dallas)10 Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
81 Cole Schwindt (RW) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from Columbus)11 Mississauga Steelheads (OHL)
82 Michael Vukojevic (D) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils (from Winnipeg via Vegas and San Jose)12 Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
83 Anttoni Honka (D) Finland Finland Carolina Hurricanes (from Pittsburgh via Vegas and Ottawa)13 JYP Jyvaskyla (Liiga)
84 Mikko Kokkonen (D) Finland Finland Toronto Maple Leafs Jukurit (Liiga)
85 Ilya Konovalov (G) Russia Russia Edmonton Oilers (from NY Islanders)14 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (KHL)
86 Layton Ahac (D) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights (from Nashville)15 Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL)
87 Lukas Parik (G) Czech Republic Czech Republic Los Angeles Kings (from Washington)16 HC Benatky bad Jizerou (Czech 1.liga)
88 Ilya Nikolaev (C) Russia Russia Calgary Flames Loko Yaroslavl (MHL)
89 Maxim Cajkovic (RW) Slovakia Slovakia Tampa Bay Lightning Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
90 Domenick Fensore (D) United States United States Carolina Hurricanes U.S. NTDP (USHL)
91 Aliaksei Protas (C) Belarus Belarus Washington Capitals (from San Jose via New Jersey)17 Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)
92 Quinn Olson (LW) Canada Canada Boston Bruins Okotoks Oilers (AJHL)
93 Colten Ellis (G) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Rimouski Océanic (QMJHL)


Draft Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ third-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on November 5, 2017 that sent Matt Duchene to Ottawa in exchange for Kyle Turris, Shane Bowers, Andrew Hammond, a conditional first-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
The Los Angeles Kings’ third-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Columbus’ second-round pick in 2019 (50th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2019 (126th overall) and this pick.
The New Jersey Devils’ third-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent New Jersey’s second-round pick in 2019 (34th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for Arizona’s second-round pick in 2019 (45th overall) and this pick.
Philadelphia previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on March 21, 2018 that sent Cooper Marody to Edmonton in exchange for this pick.
Edmonton previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade February 26, 2018 that sent Patrick Maroon to New Jersey in exchange for J. D. Dudek and this pick.
The Edmonton Oilers’ third-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on December 30, 2018 that sent Alex Petrovic to Edmonton in exchange for Chris Wideman and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Florida will receive the higher of the Islanders or Oilers’ third-round pick in 2019. It was converted on April 1, 2019 when Edmonton was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs ensuring that the Oilers would select higher than the Islanders.


The Anaheim Ducks’ third-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on November 30, 2017 that sent Adam Henrique, Joseph Blandisi and a third-round pick in 2018 to Anaheim in exchange for Sami Vatanen and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – New Jersey will receive a third-round pick in 2019 if Henrique re-signs with the Ducks for the 2019–20 NHL season prior to Anaheim using their third-round pick in 2019[54] – was converted on July 16, 2018.
The Vancouver Canucks’ third-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent J. T. Miller to Vancouver in exchange for Marek Mazanec, a conditional first-round pick 2020 and this pick.
The Minnesota Wild’s third-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a second-round pick in 2019 (59th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for the Rangers’ fourth-round pick in 2019 (99th overall) and this pick.


The Chicago Blackhawks’ third-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Buffalo’s fourth-round pick, Tampa Bay’s fifth-round pick and a seventh-round pick all in 2019 (98th, 151st and 207th overall) to Arizona in exchange for this pick.
Arizona previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on July 12, 2018 that sent Marcus Kruger, MacKenzie Entwistle, Jordan Maletta, Andrew Campbell and a fifth-round pick in 2019 to Chicago in exchange for Marian Hossa, Vinnie Hinostroza, Jordan Oesterle and this pick.
The Florida Panthers’ third-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a third-round pick in 2020 to Nashville in exchange for this pick.


Nashville previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a third-round pick in 2018 to Florida in exchange for this pick.
The Dallas Stars’ third-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on February 23, 2019 that sent Ben Lovejoy to Dallas in exchange for Connor Carrick and this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ third-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Minnesota and Pittsburgh’s fourth-round picks both in 2019 (104th and 114th overall) to Columbus in exchange for this pick.
The Winnipeg Jets’ third-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Nashville’s second-round pick in 2019 (55th overall) to San Jose in exchange for a third-round pick in 2019 (91st overall) and this pick.


San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Philadelphia’s second-round pick in 2019 (41st overall) to Vegas in exchange for a second-round pick in 2019 (48th overall) and this pick.[28]
Vegas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that sent Columbus’ first-round pick in 2017 to Winnipeg and ensured that Vegas selected Chris Thorburn in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft from Winnipeg in exchange for a first-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ third-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent the Rangers’ second-round pick in 2019 (37th overall) to Ottawa in exchange for Florida’s second-round pick in 2019 (44th overall) and this pick.
Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 23, 2018 that sent Derick Brassard to Vegas in exchange for this pick.
Vegas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade February 23, 2018 that sent Tobias Lindberg to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.


The New York Islanders’ third-round pick went to the Edmonton Oilers as the result of a trade on February 24, 2018 that sent Brandon Davidson to New York in exchange for this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ third-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on July 1, 2017 that sent Alexei Emelin to Nashville in exchange for this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ third-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on February 21, 2019 that sent Carl Hagelin to Washington in exchange for a conditional sixth-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ third-round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fourth-round pick and Buffalo’s fifth-round pick both in 2019 (118th and 129th overall) to New Jersey in exchange for this pick.
New Jersey previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Nashville’s second-round pick in 2019 (55th overall) to San Jose in exchange for Winnipeg’s third-round pick in 2019 (82nd overall) and this pick.


Round four

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

94 Viktor Lodin (C) Sweden Sweden Ottawa Senators Orebro HK (SHL)
95 Jordan Spence (D) Canada Canada Los Angeles Kings Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
96 Tyce Thompson (RW) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)
97 Ethan Phillips (C) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
98 Matias Maccelli (LW) Finland Finland Arizona Coyotes (from Buffalo via Pittsburgh)1 Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)
99 Cade Webber (D) United States United States Carolina Hurricanes (from NY Rangers via Boston and Minnesota)2 Rivers School (USHS)
100 Matej Blumel (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Edmonton Oilers Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
101 Henry Thrun (D) United States United States Anaheim Ducks U.S. NTDP (USHL)
102 Aaron Huglen (D) United States United States Buffalo Sabres (from Vancouver)3 Fargo Force (USHL)
103 Mason Millman (D) Canada Canada Philadelphia Flyers Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
104 Eric Hjorth (D) Sweden Sweden Columbus Blue Jackets (from Minnesota via Arizona, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Pittsburgh and Florida)4 Linkopings Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
105 Michal Teply (LW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Chicago Blackhawks HC Bili Tygri Liberec (Czech Extraliga)
106 Carter Berger (D) Canada Canada Florida Panthers Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)
107 Alexandr Darin (RW) Russia Russia Arizona Coyotes Loko Yaroslavl (MHL)
108 Yegor Spiridonov (C) Russia Russia San Jose Sharks (from Montreal)5 Stalnye Lisy (MHL)
109 Marc Del Gaizo (D) United States United States Nashville Predators (from Colorado)6 U. of Massachusetts Amherst (Hockey East)
110 Ryder Donovan (C) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)
111 Samuel Sjolund (D) Sweden Sweden Dallas Stars AIK Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
112 Hunter Skinner (D) United States United States New York Rangers (from Columbus)7 Lincoln Stars (USHL)
113 Henri Nikkanen (C) Finland Finland Winnipeg Jets Jukurit (Liiga)
114 Dmitri Voronkov (LW) Russia Russia Columbus Blue Jackets (from Pittsburgh via Florida)8 JHC Bars (VHL)
115 Mikhail Abramov (C) Russia Russia Toronto Maple Leafs Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
116 Lucas Feuk (LW) Sweden Sweden Calgary Flames (from NY Islanders)9 Sodertalje SK (HockeyAllsvenskan)
117 Semyon Chystyakov (D) Russia Russia Nashville Predators Tolpar Ufa (MHL)
118 Case McCarthy (D) United States United States New Jersey Devils (from Washington)10 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
119 Kim Nousiainen (D) Finland Finland Los Angeles Kings (from Calgary via Montreal)11 KalPa (Liiga)
120 Maxwell Crozier (D) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
121 Tuukka Tieksola (RW) Finland Finland Carolina Hurricanes Karpat U20 (Jr. A)
122 Ethan Keppen (LW) Canada Canada Vancouver Canucks (from San Jose via Buffalo)12 Flint Firebirds (OHL)
123 Antti Saarela (C) Finland Finland Chicago Blackhawks (from Boston)13 Lukko (Liiga)
124 Nicholas Abruzzese (C) United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs (from St. Louis)14 Chicago Steel (USHL)


Draft Notes
The Buffalo Sabres’ fourth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Chicago’s third-round pick in 2019 (74th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Tampa Bay’s fifth-round pick and a seventh-round pick both in 2019 (151st and 207th overall) and this pick.
Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 27, 2018 that sent Conor Sheary and Matt Hunwick to Buffalo in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[69] The condition – Pittsburgh will receive a fourth-round pick in 2019 if Buffalo does not trade away Hunwick before the 2019 NHL draft or if Sheary does not get 20 goals or 40 points during the 2018–19 NHL season – was converted on June 22, 2019.
The New York Rangers’ fourth-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a second-round pick in 2019 (59th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for a third-round pick in 2019 (73rd overall) and this pick.


Minnesota previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 20, 2019 that sent Charlie Coyle to Boston in exchange for Ryan Donato and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Minnesota will receive the Rangers’ fourth-round pick in 2019 if Boston advances to the 2019 Eastern Conference Second Round. It was converted on April 23, 2019.
Boston previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on September 11, 2018 that sent Adam McQuaid to New York in exchange for Steven Kampfer, a conditional seventh-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Vancouver Canucks’ fourth-round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent San Jose’s fourth-round pick and Winnipeg’s sixth-round pick both in 2019 (122nd and 175th overall) to Vancouver in exchange for this pick.


The Minnesota Wild’s fourth-round pick went to the Columbus Blue Jackets as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a third-round pick in 2019 (81st overall) to Florida in exchange for Pittsburgh’s fourth-round pick in 2019 (114th overall) and this pick.
Florida previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 1, 2019 that sent Nick Bjugstad and Jared McCann to Pittsburgh in exchange for Derick Brassard, Riley Sheahan, a second and fourth-round pick both in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Dallas will receive the higher of Minnesota or Pittsburgh’s fourth-round picks in 2019– was converted on April 2, 2019 when Minnesota was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on January 28, 2019 that sent Jamie Oleksiak to Dallas in exchange for this pick.


Dallas previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on December 19, 2017 that sent Jamie Oleksiak to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on December 19, 2017 that sent Josh Archibald, Sean Maguire and a sixth-round pick in 2019 to Arizona in exchange for Michael Leighton and this pick.
Arizona previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2017 that sent Martin Hanzal, Ryan White and a fourth-round pick in 2017 to Minnesota in exchange for Grayson Downing, a first-round pick in 2017, a second-round pick in 2018 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Arizona will receive a fourth-round pick in 2019 if Minnesota does not advance past the First Round of the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was converted on April 22, 2017.


The Montreal Canadiens’ fourth-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2020 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
The Colorado Avalanche’s fourth-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on July 1, 2017 that sent Colin Wilson to Colorado in exchange for this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ fourth-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Adam McQuaid to Columbus in exchange for Julius Bergman, a seventh-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ fourth-round pick went to the Columbus Blue Jackets as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a third-round pick in 2019 (81st overall) to Florida in exchange for Minnesota’s fourth-round pick in 2019 (104th overall) and this pick.


Florida previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 1, 2019 that sent Nick Bjugstad and Jared McCann to Pittsburgh in exchange for Derick Brassard, Riley Sheahan, a second-round pick in 2019, Minnesota’s fourth-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The New York Islanders’ fourth-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on June 24, 2017 that sent a first and second-round pick in 2018 and a conditional second-round pick in 2019 to New York in exchange for Travis Hamonic and this pick. The condition – Calgary will receive a fourth-round pick in 2019 if their second-round pick in 2019 transfers to the New York Islanders. It was converted on March 26, 2018.


The Washington Capitals’ fourth-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent San Jose’s third-round pick in 2019 (91st overall) to Washington in exchange for Buffalo’s fifth-round pick in 2019 (129th overall) and this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ fourth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on February 11, 2019 that sent Nate Thompson and Arizona’s fifth-round pick in 2019 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Winnipeg’s fourth-round pick in 2018 to Calgary in exchange for this pick.


The San Jose Sharks’ fourth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2019 (102nd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for Winnipeg’s sixth-round pick in 2019 (175th overall) and this pick.
Buffalo previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Evander Kane to San Jose in exchange for Danny O’Regan, a conditional first-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Buffalo will receive a fourth-round pick in 2019, at San Jose’s choice. It was converted on June 22, 2019.
The Boston Bruins’ fourth-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Tommy Wingels to Boston in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Chicago will receive a fourth-round pick in 2019 if Boston advances to the 2018 Second Round. It was converted on April 25, 2018.
The St. Louis Blues’ fourth-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on February 15, 2018 that sent Nikita Soshnikov to St. Louis in exchange for this pick.


Round five

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

125 Mark Kastelic (C) United States United States Ottawa Senators Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
126 Jacob LeGuerrier (D) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Los Angeles)1 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
127 Cole Brady (G) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils Janesville Jets (NAHL)
128 Cooper Moore (D) United States United States Detroit Red Wings Brunswick Prep (USHS)
129 Arseny Gritsyuk (LW) Russia Russia New Jersey Devils (from Buffalo via Detroit and Washington)2 Omskie Yastreby (MHL)
130 Leevi Aaltonen (RW) Finland Finland New York Rangers KalPa (Liiga)
131 Rhett Pitlick (LW) United States United States Montreal Canadiens (from Edmonton)3 Chaska (USHS)
132 Trevor Janicke (C) United States United States Anaheim Ducks Central Illinois Flying Aces (USHL)
133 Carson Focht (C) Canada Canada Vancouver Canucks Calgary Hitman (WHL)
134 Harrison Blaisdell (C) Canada Canada Winnipeg Jets (from Philadelphia)4 Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL)
135 Isaiah Saville (G) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights (from Minnesota)5 Tri-City Storm (USHL)
136 Henrik Rybinski (RW) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from Chicago via Montreal)6 Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
137 Owen Lindmark (C) United States United States Florida Panthers U.S. NTDP (USHL)
138 Frederik Nissen Dichow (G) Denmark Denmark Montreal Canadiens (from Arizona via Chicago and Los Angeles)7 Vojens IK (1. Division)
139 Marcus Kallionkieli (LW) Finland Finland Vegas Golden Knights (from Montreal)8 Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
140 Sasha Mutala (RW) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Tri-City Americans (WHL)
141 Mason Primeau (C) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights North Bay Battalion (OHL)
142 Nicholas Porco (LW) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
143 Filip Cederqvist (LW) Sweden Sweden Buffalo Sabres (from Columbus via Detroit)9 Vaxjo Lakers (SHL)
144 Logan Neaton (G) United States United States Winnipeg Jets Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL)
145 Judd Caulfield (RW) United States United States Pittsburgh Penguins U.S. NTDP (USHL)
146 Michael Koster (D) United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs Chaska (USHS)
147 Reece Newkirk (C) Canada Canada New York Islanders Portland Winterhawks (WHL)
148 Ethan Haider (G) United States United States Nashville Predators Minnesota Magicians (NAHL)
149 Matvey Guskov (C) Russia Russia Minnesota Wild (from Washington via Montreal)10 London Knights (OHL)
150 Joshua Nodler (C) United States United States Calgary Flames Fargo Force (USHL)
151 Aku Raty (RW) Finland Finland Arizona Coyotes (from Tampa Bay via Chicago and Pittsburgh)11 Karpat U20 (Jr. A)
152 Kirill Slepets (RW) Russia Russia Carolina Hurricanes Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (KHL)
153 Martin Has (D) Czech Republic Czech Republic Washington Capitals (from San Jose)12 Tappara U20 (Jr. A)
154 Roman Bychkov (D) Russia Russia Boston Bruins Loko Yaroslavl (MHL)
155 Keean Washkurak (C) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Mississauga Steelheads (OHL)


Draft Notes
The Los Angeles Kings’ fifth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Columbus’ second-round pick in 2019 (50th overall) to Los Angeles in exchange for a third-round pick in 2019 (64th overall) and this pick.
The Buffalo Sabres’ fifth-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent San Jose’s third-round pick in 2019 (91st overall) to Washington in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2019 (118th overall) and this pick.
Washington previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 22, 2019 that sent Madison Bowey and a second-round pick in 2020 to Detroit in exchange for Nick Jensen and this pick.
Detroit previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on December 4, 2017 that sent Scott Wilson to Buffalo in exchange for this pick.
The Edmonton Oilers’ fifth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Hayden Hawkey to Edmonton in exchange for this pick.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ fifth-round pick went to the Winnipeg Jets as a result of a trade on June 3, 2019 that sent Kevin Hayes to Philadelphia in exchange for this pick.
The Minnesota Wild’s fifth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on January 21, 2019 that sent Brad Hunt and a sixth-round pick in 2019 to Minnesota in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Vegas will receive the higher of Minnesota or Washington’s fifth-round picks in 2019. It was converted on April 2, 2019 when Minnesota was eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup playoffs ensuring that Minnesota would select higher than Washington.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ fifth-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2020 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Florida’s fifth-round pick in 2018 to Chicago in exchange for this pick.


The Arizona Coyotes’ fifth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on February 11, 2019 that sent Calgary’s fourth-round pick in 2019 to Los Angeles in exchange for Nate Thompson and this pick.
Los Angeles previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on January 24, 2019 that sent Dominik Kubalik to Chicago in exchange for this pick.
Chicago previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on July 12, 2018 that sent Marian Hossa, Vinnie Hinostroza, Jordan Oesterle and a third-round pick in 2019 to Arizona in exchange for Marcus Kruger, MacKenzie Entwistle, Jordan Maletta, Andrew Campbell and this pick.
The Montreal Canadiens’ fifth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on June 22, 2017 that sent David Schlemko to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ fifth-round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Toronto’s sixth-round pick and a seventh-round both in 2019 (177th and 191st overall) to Detroit in exchange for this pick.
Detroit previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Montreal’s sixth-round pick in 2018 to Columbus in exchange for this pick.


The Washington Capitals’ fifth-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Mike Reilly to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 21, 2018 that sent Jakub Jerabek to Washington in exchange for this pick.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s fifth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Chicago’s third-round pick in 2019 (74th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Buffalo’s fourth-round pick and a seventh-round pick both in 2019 (98th and 207th overall) and this pick.
Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 15, 2019 that sent Olli Maatta to Chicago in exchange for Dominik Kahun and this pick.
Chicago previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on January 11, 2019 that sent Jan Rutta and a seventh-round pick in 2019 to Tampa Bay in exchange for Slater Koekkoek and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ fifth-round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2019 (211th overall) and 2020 to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
Round six

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

156 Arturs Silovs (G) Latvia Latvia Vancouver Canucks (from Ottawa)1 HC Riga (MHL)
157 Braden Doyle (D) United States United States Los Angeles Kings Lawrence Academy (USHS)
158 Patrick Moynihan (RW) United States United States New Jersey Devils U.S. NTDP (USHL)
159 Elmer Soderblom (RW) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings Frolunda Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
160 Lukas Rousek (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Buffalo Sabres Sparta Prague (Czech Extraliga)
161 Adam Edstrom (C) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers Mora IK (SHL)
162 Tomas Mazura (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic Edmonton Oilers Kimball Union Academy (USHS)
163 William Francis (D) United States United States Anaheim Ducks Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL)
164 Timur Ibragimov (LW) Russia Russia San Jose Sharks (from Vancouver)2 SKA-1946 (MHL)
165 Egor Serdyuk (RW) Russia Russia Philadelphia Flyers Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
166 Marshall Warren (D) United States United States Minnesota Wild U.S. NTDP (USHL)
167 Dominic Basse (G) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks South Kent School (USHS)
168 Greg Meireles (C) Canada Canada Florida Panthers Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
169 Roddy Ross (G) Canada Canada Philadelphia Flyers (from Arizona)3 Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
170 Arsen Khisamutdinov (C) Russia Russia Montreal Canadiens JHC Reaktor (MHL)
171 Luka Burzan (RW) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
172 Nikita Nesterenko (C) United States United States Minnesota Wild (from Vegas)4 Lawrenceville School (USHS)
173 Benjamin Brinkman (D) United States United States Dallas Stars U. of Minnesota (Big Ten)
174 Danil Savunov (LW) Russia Russia Arizona Coyotes (from Columbus)5 Dizel Penza (VHL)
175 Karel Plasek (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Vancouver Canucks (from Winnipeg via Buffalo)6 HC Kometa Brno (Czech Extraliga)
176 Anthony Romano (C) Canada Canada Arizona Coyotes (from Pittsburgh)7 Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
177 Gustav Berglund (D) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings (from Toronto via Buffalo)8 Frolunda Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
178 Felix Bibeau (C) Canada Canada New York Islanders Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
179 Isak Walther (RW) Sweden Sweden Nashville Predators Sodertalje Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
180 Jack Malone (RW) United States United States Vancouver Canucks (from Washington)9 Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
181 Kevin Wall (RW) United States United States Carolina Hurricanes (from Calgary)10 Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL)
182 Quinn Schmiemann (D) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
183 Blake Murray (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
184 Santeri Hatakka (D) Finland Finland San Jose Sharks Jokerit U20 (Jr. A)
185 Matias Mantykivi (C) Finland Finland Boston Bruins SaiPa U20 (Jr. A)
186 Mathew Hill (D) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks (from St. Louis)11 Barrie Colts (OHL)


Draft Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on January 2, 2019 that sent Anders Nilsson and Darren Archibald to Ottawa in exchange for Mike McKenna, Tom Pyatt and this pick.
The Vancouver Canucks’ sixth-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Francis Perron and a seventh-round pick in 2019 (215th overall) to Vancouver in exchange for Tom Pyatt and this pick.
The Arizona Coyotes’ sixth-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on January 11, 2019 that sent Jordan Weal to Arizona in exchange for Jacob Graves and this pick.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ sixth-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on January 21, 2019 that sent a conditional fifth-round pick in 2019 to Vegas in exchange for Brad Hunt and this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ sixth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on July 18, 2018 that sent Ryan MacInnis to Columbus in exchange for Jacob Graves and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Arizona will receive a sixth-round pick in 2019 if MacInnis plays in less than 20 games during the 2018–19 NHL season. It was converted on February 28, 2019.
The Winnipeg Jets’ sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2019 (102nd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for San Jose’s fourth-round pick in 2019 (122nd overall) and this pick.


Buffalo previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Nathan Beaulieu to Winnipeg in exchange for this pick. The Pittsburgh Penguins’ sixth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on December 19, 2017 that sent Michael Leighton and a fourth-round pick in 2019 to Pittsburgh in exchange for Josh Archibald, Sean Maguire and this pick.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ sixth-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Columbus’ fifth-round pick in 2019 (143rd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2019 (191st overall) and this pick.
Buffalo previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2018 to Toronto in exchange for this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2018 to Washington in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ sixth-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 29, 2017 that sent Eddie Lack, Ryan Murphy and a seventh-round pick in 2019 to Calgary in exchange for Keegan Kanzig and this pick.
The St. Louis Blues’ sixth-round pick went to the Anaheim Ducks as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Michael Del Zotto to St. Louis in exchange for this pick.


Round seven

Valtteri Puustinen was selected 203rd overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Player Nationality NHL Team College/Junior/Club Team

187 Maxence Guenette (D) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators Val-d’Or Foreurs (QMJHL)
188 Andre Lee (LW) Sweden Sweden Los Angeles Kings Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
189 Nikola Pasic (RW) Sweden Sweden New Jersey Devils Linkopings HC (SHL)
190 Kirill Tyutyayev (LW) Russia Russia Detroit Red Wings JHC Avto (MHL)
191 Carter Gylander (G) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings (from Buffalo)1 Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
192 Jake Schmaltz (LW) United States United States Boston Bruins (from NY Rangers)2 Chicago Steel (USHL)
193 Maxim Denezhkin (C) Russia Russia Edmonton Oilers Loko Yaroslavl (MHL)
194 Cole Moberg (D) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks (from Anaheim)3 Prince George Cougars (WHL)
195 Aidan McDonough (LW) United States United States Vancouver Canucks Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL)
196 Bryce Brodzinski (RW) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers Blaine (USHS)
197 Filip Lindberg (G) Finland Finland Minnesota Wild U. of Massachusetts Amherst (Hockey East)
198 Mikhail Shalagin (LW) Russia Russia Tampa Bay Lightning (from Chicago)4 JHC Spartak (MHL)
199 Matthew Wedman (C) Canada Canada Florida Panthers Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
200 Axel Bergkvist (D) Sweden Sweden Arizona Coyotes Leksands IF (HockeyAllsvenskan)
201 Rafael Harvey-Pinard (LW) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Montreal via Philadelphia)5 Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
202 Trent Miner (G) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Vancouver Giants (WHL)
203 Valtteri Puustinen (RW) Finland Finland Pittsburgh Penguins (from Vegas)6 HPK (Liiga)
204 Kalle Loponen (D) Finland Finland Toronto Maple Leafs (from Dallas)7 Karpat U20 (Jr. A)
205 Eric Ciccolini (RW) Canada Canada New York Rangers (from Columbus)8 Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OJHL)
206 Kieran Ruscheinski (D) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Winnipeg)9 Calgary Northstars (AMHL)
207 Valentin Nussbaumer (C) Switzerland Switzerland Arizona Coyotes (from Pittsburgh)10 Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
208 Vadim Zherenko (G) Russia Russia St. Louis Blues (from Toronto)11 MHC Dynamo Moscow (MHL)
209 Cole Coskey (RW) United States United States New York Islanders Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
210 Juuso Parssinen (C) Finland Finland Nashville Predators TPS U20 (Jr. A)
211 Santeri Airola (D) Finland Finland Pittsburgh Penguins (from Washington via San Jose)12 SaiPa U20 (Jr. A)
212 Tyler Angle (C) Canada Canada Columbus Blue Jackets (from Calgary via Ottawa)13 Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
213 McKade Webster (LW) United States United States Tampa Bay Lightning Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
214 Dustin Wolf (G) United States United States Calgary Flames (from Carolina)14 Everett Silvertips (WHL)
215 Arvid Costmar (C) Sweden Sweden Vancouver Canucks (from San Jose)15 Linkopings Jr. (J20 SuperElit)
216 Massimo Rizzo (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes (from Boston via NY Rangers)16 Penticton Vees (BCHL)
217 Jeremy Michel (LW) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Val-d’Or Foreurs (QMJHL)


Draft Notes

The Buffalo Sabres’ seventh-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Columbus’ fifth-round pick in 2019 (143rd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for Toronto’s sixth-round pick in 2019 (177th overall) and this pick.
The New York Rangers’ seventh-round pick went to the Boston Bruins as the result of a trade on September 11, 2018 that sent Adam McQuaid to New York in exchange for Steven Kampfer, a fourth-round pick in 2019, and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Boston will receive a seventh-round pick in 2019 if McQuaid plays in at least 25 regular season games during the 2018–19 NHL season– was converted on January 29, 2019.
The Anaheim Ducks’ seventh-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on March 1, 2017 that sent Spencer Abbott and Sam Carrick to Anaheim in exchange for Kenton Helgesen and this pick.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ seventh-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on January 11, 2019 that sent Slater Koekkoek and a fifth-round pick in 2019 to Chicago in exchange for Jan Rutta and this pick.
The Montreal Canadiens’ seventh-round pick was re-acquired as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2020 to Philadelphia in exchange for this pick.
Philadelphia previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Montreal’s seventh-round pick in 2018 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.


The Vegas Golden Knights’ seventh-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2018 to Vegas in exchange for this pick.
The Dallas Stars’ seventh-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on October 1, 2018 that sent Connor Carrick to Dallas in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Toronto will receive a seventh-round pick in 2019 if Carrick plays in less than 50 games during the 2018–19 NHL season. It was converted on January 6, 2019.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ seventh-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 25, 2019 that sent Adam McQuaid to Columbus in exchange for Julius Bergman, a fourth-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Winnipeg Jets’ seventh-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 30, 2018 that sent Simon Bourque to Winnipeg in exchange for Steve Mason, Joel Armia, a fourth-round pick in 2020 and this pick.


The Pittsburgh Penguins’ seventh-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Chicago’s third-round pick in 2019 (74th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Buffalo’s fourth-round pick and Tampa Bay’s fifth-round pick both in 2019 (98th and 151st overall) and this pick.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ seventh-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2020 to Toronto in exchange for this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ seventh-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2020 to San Jose in exchange for this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2019 (153rd overall) to Washington in exchange for a seventh-round pick in 2020 and this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ seventh-round pick went to the Columbus Blue Jackets as the result of a trade on February 23, 2019 that sent Anthony Duclair and a second-round pick in 2020 and 2021 to Ottawa in exchange for Ryan Dzingel and this pick.
Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Nick Shore to Calgary in exchange for this pick.
The Carolina Hurricanes’ seventh-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on June 29, 2017 that sent Keegan Kanzig and a sixth-round pick in 2019 to Carolina in exchange for Eddie Lack, Ryan Murphy and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ seventh-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 22, 2019 that sent Tom Pyatt and a sixth-round pick in 2019 (164th overall) to San Jose in exchange for Francis Perron and this pick.
The Boston Bruins’ seventh-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Vegas’ seventh-round pick in 2018 to the New York Rangers in exchange for this pick.
The Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 25, 2018 that sent Rick Nash to Boston in exchange for Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, Ryan Lindgren, a first-round pick in 2018 and this pick.

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2018 NHL Draft

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The 2018 NHL Draft was the 56th NHL Draft. The draft was held on June 22–23, 2018, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

The 2018 NHL Draft was the second of two professional sports drafts to be held in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex during the calendar year, as the Dallas Cowboys hosted the 2018 NFL Draft in April.

The first three selections were Rasmus Dahlin going to the Buffalo Sabres, Andrei Svechnikov being selected by the Carolina Hurricanes, and Jesperi Kotkaniemi being picked by the Montreal Canadiens.

The 2018 draft featured both the first player trained in England to be drafted in Liam Kirk and the first Jamaican born player drafted in Jermaine Loewen.

Top prospects
Source: NHL Central Scouting final (April 16, 2018) ranking.
Ranking North American skaters European skaters
1 Russia Andrei Svechnikov (RW) Sweden Rasmus Dahlin (D)
2 United States Brady Tkachuk (LW) Sweden Adam Boqvist (D)
3 Czech Republic Filip Zadina (RW) Russia Vitali Kravtsov (RW)
4 Canada Evan Bouchard (D) Czech Republic Martin Kaut (RW)
5 Canada Noah Dobson (D) Sweden Adam Ginning (D)
6 United States Quinn Hughes (D) Finland Jesperi Kotkaniemi (C)
7 United States Oliver Wahlstrom (RW) Russia Grigori Denisenko (LW)
8 Canada Joseph Veleno (C) Sweden Isac Lundestrom (C)
9 Canada Barrett Hayton (C) Sweden Jacob Olofsson (C)
10 Canada Serron Noel (RW) Sweden Filip Johansson (D)


Ranking North American goalies European goalies
1 Canada Olivier Rodrigue Czech Republic Lukas Dostal
2 Canada Kevin Mandolese Czech Republic Jakub Skarek
3 Canada Alexis Gravel Russia Amir Miftakhov
Selections by round
The order of the 2018 Entry Draft is listed below.

Round one

Rasmus Dahlin was selected first overall by the Buffalo Sabres.

Andrei Svechnikov was selected second overall by the Carolina Hurricanes.

Quinn Hughes was selected seventh overall by the Vancouver Canucks.

Evan Bouchard was selected tenth overall by the Edmonton Oilers.

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

1 Rasmus Dahlin (D) Sweden Sweden Buffalo Sabres Frolunda HC (SHL)
2 Andrei Svechnikov (RW) Russia Russia Carolina Hurricanes Barrie Colts (OHL)
3 Jesperi Kotkaniemi (C) Finland Finland Montreal Canadiens Assat (Liiga)
4 Brady Tkachuk (LW) United States United States Ottawa Senators Boston University (Hockey East)
5 Barrett Hayton (C) Canada Canada Arizona Coyotes Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
6 Filip Zadina (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Detroit Red Wings Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
7 Quinn Hughes (D) United States United States Vancouver Canucks University of Michigan (Big Ten)
8 Adam Boqvist (D) Sweden Sweden Chicago Blackhawks Brynas IF (SHL)
9 Vitali Kravtsov (RW) Russia Russia New York Rangers Traktor Chelyabinsk (KHL)
10 Evan Bouchard (D) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers London Knights (OHL)
11 Oliver Wahlstrom (RW) United States United States New York Islanders U.S. NTDP (USHL)
12 Noah Dobson (D) Canada Canada New York Islanders (from Calgary)1 Acadie–Bathurst Titan (QMJHL)
13 Ty Dellandrea (C) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Flint Firebirds (OHL)
14 Joel Farabee (LW) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers (from St. Louis)2 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
15 Grigori Denisenko (LW) Russia Russia Florida Panthers Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (KHL)
16 Martin Kaut (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Colorado Avalanche Dynamo Pardubice (ELH)
17 Ty Smith (D) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
18 Liam Foudy (C) Canada Canada Columbus Blue Jackets London Knights (OHL)
19 Jay O’Brien (C) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers Thayer Academy Tigers (USHS)
20 Rasmus Kupari (C) Finland Finland Los Angeles Kings Karpat (Liiga)
21 Ryan Merkley (D) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks Guelph Storm (OHL)
22 K’Andre Miller (D) United States United States New York Rangers (from Pittsburgh via Ottawa)3 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
23 Isac Lundestrom (C) Sweden Sweden Anaheim Ducks Lulea HF (SHL)
24 Filip Johansson (D) Sweden Sweden Minnesota Wild Leksands IF (Allsvenskan)
25 Dominik Bokk (RW) Germany Germany St. Louis Blues (from Toronto)4 Vaxjo Lakers (SHL)
26 Jacob Bernard-Docker (D) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators (from Boston via NY Rangers)5 Okotoks Oilers (AJHL)
27 Nicolas Beaudin (D) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks (from Nashville)6 Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)
28 Nils Lundkvist (D) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers (from Tampa Bay)7 Lulea HF (SHL)
29 Rasmus Sandin (D) Sweden Sweden Toronto Maple Leafs (from Winnipeg via St. Louis)8 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
30 Joe Veleno (C) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings (from Vegas)9 Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)
31 Alexander Alexeyev (D) Russia Russia Washington Capitals Red Deer Rebels (WHL)


Draft Notes
The Calgary Flames’ first-round pick went to the New York Islanders as the result of a trade on June 24, 2017 that sent Travis Hamonic and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2019 to Calgary in exchange for a second-round pick in 2018, a conditional second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The St. Louis Blues’ first-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on June 23, 2017 that sent Brayden Schenn to St. Louis in exchange for Jori Lehtera, Washington’s first-round pick in 2017 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Philadelphia will receive a first-round pick in 2018 if the Blues’ first-round pick is outside of the top ten selections. It was converted on April 28, 2018.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ first-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent Boston’s first-round pick and New Jersey’s second-round pick (26th and 48th overall) both in 2018 to Ottawa in exchange for this pick.
Ottawa previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 23, 2018 that sent Vincent Dunn and a third-round pick in 2018 to Pittsburgh in exchange for Ian Cole, Filip Gustavsson and this pick.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ first-round pick went to the St. Louis Blues as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent Winnipeg’s first-round pick in 2018 (29th overall) and a third-round pick in 2018 (76th overall) to Toronto in exchange for this pick.
The Boston Bruins’ first-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent Pittsburgh’s first-round pick in 2018 (22nd overall) to the New York Rangers in exchange for New Jersey’s second-round pick in 2018 (48th overall) and this pick.
The Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 25, 2018 that sent Rick Nash to Boston in exchange for Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, Ryan Lindgren, a seventh-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ first-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Ryan Hartman and a fifth-round pick in 2018 to Nashville in exchange for Victor Ejdsell, a fourth-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
The Tampa Bay Lightning’s first-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Ryan McDonagh and J.T. Miller to Tampa Bay in exchange for Vladislav Namestnikov, Libor Hajek, Brett Howden, a conditional first-round pick in 2019 and this pick.[18]
The Winnipeg Jets’ first-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent a first-round pick in 2018 (25th overall) to St. Louis in exchange for a third-round pick in 2018 (76th overall) and this pick.
St. Louis previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Paul Stastny to Winnipeg in exchange for Erik Foley, a conditional fourth-round pick in 2020 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition St. Louis will receive a first-round pick in 2018 if the Jets’ first-round pick in 2018 is outside of the top three selections. It was converted when the Jets qualified for the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs on March 25, 2018.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ first-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Tomas Tatar to Vegas in exchange for the Islanders’ second-round pick in 2019, a third-round pick in 2021 and this pick.

Jesse Ylönen was selected 35th overall by the Montreal Canadiens.


Round two

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

32 Mattias Samuelsson (D) United States United States Buffalo Sabres U.S. NTDP (USHL)
33 Jonatan Berggren (RW) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings (from Ottawa via NY Rangers)1 Skelleftea AIK J20 (SuperElit)
34 Serron Noel (RW) Canada Canada Florida Panthers (from Arizona)2 Oshawa Generals (OHL)
35 Jesse Ylonen (RW) Finland Finland Montreal Canadiens Espoo United (Mestis)
36 Jared McIsaac (D) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
37 Jett Woo (D) Canada Canada Vancouver Canucks Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)
38 Alexander Romanov (D) Russia Russia Montreal Canadiens (from Chicago)3 Krasnaya Armiya (MHL)
39 Olof Lindbom (G) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers Djurgardens IF J20 (SuperElit)
40 Ryan McLeod (C) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers Mississauga Steelheads (OHL)
41 Bode Wilde (D) United States United States New York Islanders U.S. NTDP (USHL)
42 Jack Drury (C) United States United States Carolina Hurricanes Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
43 Ruslan Iskhakov (C) Russia Russia New York Islanders (from Calgary)4 Krasnaya Armiya (MHL)
44 Albin Eriksson (RW) Sweden Sweden Dallas Stars Skelleftea AIK (SHL)
45 Scott Perunovich (D) United States United States St. Louis Blues Minnesota–Duluth Bulldogs (NCHC)
46 Martin Fehervary (D) Slovakia Slovakia Washington Capitals (from Florida via New Jersey)5 IK Oskarshamn (HockeyAllsvenskan)
47 Kody Clark (RW) Canada Canada Washington Capitals (from Colorado)6 Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
48 Jonathan Tychonick (D) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators (from New Jersey via NY Rangers)7 Penticton Vees (BCHL)
49 Kirill Marchenko (RW) Russia Russia Columbus Blue Jackets Mamonty Yugry (MHL)
50 Adam Ginning (D) Sweden Sweden Philadelphia Flyers Linkopings HC (SHL)
51 Akil Thomas (C) Canada Canada Los Angeles Kings Niagara IceDogs (OHL)
52 Sean Durzi (D) Canada Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from San Jose)8 Owen Sound Attack (OHL)
53 Calen Addison (D) Canada Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)
54 Benoit-Olivier Groulx (C) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
55 Kevin Bahl (D) Canada Canada Arizona Coyotes (from Minnesota)9 Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
56 Jacob Olofsson (C) Sweden Sweden Montreal Canadiens (from Toronto)10 Timra IK (HockeyAllsvenskan)
57 Axel Andersson (D) Sweden Sweden Boston Bruins Djurgardens IF (SuperElit)
58 Filip Hallander (C) Sweden Sweden Pittsburgh Penguins (from Nashville via Colorado)11 Timra IK (HockeyAllsvenskan)
59 Gabriel Fortier (LW) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL)
60 David Gustafsson (C) Sweden Sweden Winnipeg Jets HV71 (SHL)
61 Ivan Morozov (C) Russia Russia Vegas Golden Knights Mamonty Yugry (MHL)
62 Olivier Rodrigue (G) Canada Canada Edmonton Oilers (from Washington via Montreal)12 Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)


Draft Notes
The Ottawa Senators’ second-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 28, 2017 that sent Brendan Smith to the New York Rangers in exchange for a third-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
The Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on July 18, 2016 that sent Derick Brassard and a seventh-round pick in 2018 to Ottawa in exchange for Mika Zibanejad and this pick.
The Arizona Coyotes’ second-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on August 25, 2016 that sent Dave Bolland and Lawson Crouse to Arizona in exchange for a third-round pick in 2017 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition Florida will receive a second-round pick in 2018 if Crouse plays in 10 or more games for Arizona in the 2016–17 season. It was converted on November 10, 2016.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ second-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on February 26, 2016 that sent Tomas Fleischmann and Dale Weise to Chicago in exchange for Phillip Danault and this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ second-round pick went to the New York Islanders as the result of a trade on June 24, 2017 that sent Travis Hamonic and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2019 to Calgary in exchange for a first-round pick in 2018, a conditional second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Florida Panthers’ second-round pick went the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on July 2, 2017 that sent Marcus Johansson to New Jersey in exchange for Toronto’s third-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
New Jersey previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 10, 2016 that sent Paul Thompson and Graham Black to Florida in exchange for Marc Savard and this pick.
The Colorado Avalanche’s second-round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent Philipp Grubauer and Brooks Orpik to Colorado in exchange for this pick.
The New Jersey Devils’ second-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent Pittsburgh’s first-round pick in 2018 (22nd overall) to the New York Rangers in exchange for Boston’s first-round pick in 2018 (26th overall) and this pick.
The Rangers previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 22, 2018 that sent Michael Grabner to New Jersey in exchange for Yegor Rykov and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ second-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on February 22, 2016 that sent Roman Polak and Nick Spaling to San Jose in exchange for Raffi Torres, a second-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
The Minnesota Wild’s second-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on February 26, 2017 that sent Martin Hanzal, Ryan White and a fourth-round pick in 2017 to Minnesota in exchange for Grayson Downing, a first-round pick in 2017, a conditional fourth-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ second-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on February 25, 2018 that sent Tomas Plekanec and Kyle Baun to Toronto in exchange for Kerby Rychel, Rinat Valiev and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ second-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Ottawa’s third-round pick and a fifth-round pick both in 2018 (64th and 146th overall) to Colorado in exchange for this pick.
Colorado previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on November 5, 2017 that sent Kyle Turris to Nashville in exchange for Samuel Girard, Vladislav Kamenev and this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ second-round pick went to the Edmonton Oilers as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a third and fifth-round pick both in 2018 (71st and 133rd overall) to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 24, 2016 that sent Lars Eller to Washington in exchange for a second-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
Jakub Škarek, selected 72nd overall by the New York Islanders

Round three

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

63 Jack McBain (C) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild (from Buffalo)1 Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OJHL)
64 Justus Annunen (G) Finland Finland Colorado Avalanche (from Ottawa via Pittsburgh)2 Karpat U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
65 Jan Jenik (RW) Czech Republic Czech Republic Arizona Coyotes Benatky nad Jizerou (Czech 1.Liga)
66 Cameron Hillis (C) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens Guelph Storm (OHL)
67 Alec Regula (D) United States United States Detroit Red Wings London Knights (OHL)
68 Tyler Madden (C) United States United States Vancouver Canucks Tri-City Storm (USHL)
69 Jake Wise (C) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks U.S. NTDP (USHL)
70 Jacob Ragnarsson (D) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers Almtuna IS (Allsvenskan)
71 Jordan Harris (D) United States United States Montreal Canadiens (from Edmonton)3 Kimball Union Academy (USHS)
72 Jakub Skarek (G) Czech Republic Czech Republic New York Islanders Dukla Jihlava (ELH)
73 Ty Emberson (D) United States United States Arizona Coyotes (from Carolina)4 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
74 Niklas Nordgren (RW) Finland Finland Chicago Blackhawks (from Calgary via Arizona)5 HIFK (Liiga)
75 Oskar Back (C) Sweden Sweden Dallas Stars Farjestad BK J20 (SuperElit)
76 Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (C) Russia Russia Toronto Maple Leafs (from St. Louis)6 Peterborough Petes (OHL)
77 Jakub Lauko (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic Boston Bruins (from Florida)7 Pirati Chomutov (ELH)
78 Sampo Ranta (LW) Finland Finland Colorado Avalanche Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
79 Blake McLaughlin (LW) United States United States Anaheim Ducks (from New Jersey)8 Chicago Steel (USHL)
80 Marcus Karlberg (LW) Sweden Sweden Columbus Blue Jackets Leksands IF J20 (SuperElit)
81 Seth Barton (D) Canada Canada Detroit Red Wings (from Philadelphia)9 Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL)
82 Bulat Shafigullin (LW) Russia Russia Los Angeles Kings Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL)
83 Riley Stotts (C) Canada Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from San Jose)10 Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
84 Jesper Eliasson (G) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings (from Pittsburgh)11 IF Troja-Ljungby J20 (SuperElit)
85 Lukas Dostal (G) Czech Republic Czech Republic Anaheim Ducks SK Horacka Slavia Trebic (Czech 1.liga)
86 Alexander Khovanov (C) Russia Russia Minnesota Wild Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
87 Linus Karlsson (C) Sweden Sweden San Jose Sharks (from Toronto via New Jersey, Washington, Chicago and Arizona)12 Karlskrona HK J20 (SuperElit)
88 Joey Keane (D) United States United States New York Rangers (from Boston)13 Barrie Colts (OHL)
89 Logan Hutsko (RW) United States United States Florida Panthers (from Nashville)14 Boston College (Hockey East)
90 Dmitry Semykin (D) Russia Russia Tampa Bay Lightning Kapitan Stupino (MHL)
91 Nathan Smith (C) United States United States Winnipeg Jets Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL)
92 Connor Dewar (C) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild (from Vegas)15 Everett Silvertips (WHL)
93 Riley Sutter (C/RW) Canada Canada Washington Capitals Everett Silvertips (WHL)


Draft Notes
The Buffalo Sabres’ third-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on June 30, 2017 that sent Jason Pominville, Marco Scandella and a fourth-round pick in 2018 to Buffalo in exchange for Tyler Ennis, Marcus Foligno and this pick.
The Ottawa Senators’ third-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Nashville’s second-round pick in 2018 (58th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2018 (146th overall) and this pick. Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 23, 2018 that sent Ian Cole, Filip Gustavsson and a first-round pick in 2018 to Ottawa in exchange for Vincent Dunn and this pick.
The Edmonton Oilers’ third-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Washington’s second-round pick in 2018 (62nd overall) to Edmonton in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2018 (133rd overall) and this pick.
The Carolina Hurricanes’ third-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on May 3, 2018 that sent Jordan Martinook and a fourth-round pick in 2018 to Carolina in exchange for Marcus Kruger and this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ third-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Toronto’s third-round pick and Columbus’ fifth-round pick both in 2018 (87th and 142nd overall) to Arizona in exchange for this pick.
Arizona previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 17, 2017 that sent Mike Smith to Calgary in exchange for Chad Johnson, Brandon Hickey and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Arizona will receive a third-round pick in 2018 if Calgary fails to qualify for the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs. It was converted on March 26, 2018.
The St. Louis Blues’ third-round pick went the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on June 22, 2018 that sent a first-round pick in 2018 (25th overall) to St. Louis in exchange for Winnipeg’s first-round pick in 2018 (29th overall) and this pick.
The Florida Panthers’ third-round pick went to the Boston Bruins as the result of a trade on February 22, 2018 that sent Frank Vatrano to Florida in exchange for this pick.
The New Jersey Devils’ third-round pick went to the Anaheim Ducks as the result of a trade on November 30, 2017 that sent Sami Vatanen and a conditional third-round pick in 2019 or 2020 to New Jersey in exchange for Adam Henrique, Joseph Blandisi and this pick.
The Philadelphia Flyers’ third-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on February 19, 2018 that sent Petr Mrazek to Philadelphia in exchange for a conditional third-round pick in 2019 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition Detroit will receive a third-round pick in 2018 if the Flyers qualify for the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs and Mrazek wins five regular season games. It was converted on April 7, 2018.
The San Jose Sharks’ third-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on February 27, 2016 that sent James Reimer and Jeremy Morin to San Jose in exchange for Alex Stalock, Ben Smith and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Toronto will receive a third-round pick in 2018 if the Sharks qualify for the 2016 Stanley Cup Finals. It was converted on May 25, 2016.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ third-round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of a trade on October 21, 2017 that sent Riley Sheahan and a fifth-round pick in 2018 to Pittsburgh in exchange for Scott Wilson and this pick.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ third-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a fourth and fifth-round pick both in 2018 (114th and 145th overall) to Arizona in exchange for this pick.
Arizona previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade June 23, 2018 that sent Calgary’s third-round pick in 2018 (74th overall) to Chicago in exchange for Columbus’ fifth-round pick in 2018 (142nd overall) and this pick.
Chicago previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 19, 2018 that sent Michal Kempny to Washington in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Chicago will receive the higher of Toronto or Washington’s third-round pick in 2018. It was converted on April 25, 2018 when Toronto was eliminated from the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs ensuring that Toronto would select higher than Washington.
Washington previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on July 2, 2017 that sent Marcus Johansson to New Jersey in exchange for Florida’s second-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
New Jersey previously acquired this pick as compensation for Toronto hiring Lou Lamoriello as their general manager on July 23, 2015.
The Boston Bruins’ third-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on February 20, 2018 that sent Nick Holden to Boston in exchange for Rob O’Gara and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ third-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a third-round pick in 2019 to Nashville in exchange for this pick.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ third-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that sent Alex Tuch to Vegas in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Minnesota will receive a third-round pick in 2018 if Vegas does not acquire any additional third-round picks in 2017. It was converted on June 24, 2017.


Round four

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

94 Matej Pekar (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic Buffalo Sabres Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
95 Jonathan Gruden (C) United States United States Ottawa Senators U.S. NTDP (USHL)
96 Luke Henman (C) Canada Canada Carolina Hurricanes (from Arizona)1 Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (QMJHL)
97 Allan McShane (C) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Montreal via Los Angeles)2 Oshawa Generals (OHL)
98 Ryan O’Reilly (RW) United States United States Detroit Red Wings Madison Capitals (USHL)
99 Slava Demin (D) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights (from Vancouver via Pittsburgh)3 Wenatchee Wild (BCHL)
100 Adam Mascherin (LW) Canada Canada Dallas Stars (from Chicago)4 Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
101 Nico Gross (D) Switzerland Switzerland New York Rangers Oshawa Generals (OHL)
102 Jasper Weatherby (C) United States United States San Jose Sharks (from Edmonton via Montreal)5 Wenatchee Wild (BCHL)
103 Jacob Pivonka (C) United States United States New York Islanders U.S. NTDP (USHL)
104 Lenni Killinen (RW) Finland Finland Carolina Hurricanes Blues U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
105 Martin Pospisil (C) Slovakia Slovakia Calgary Flames Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
106 Curtis Douglas (C) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
107 Joel Hofer (G) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Swift Current Broncos (WHL)
108 Demetrios Koumontzis (LW) United States United States Calgary Flames (from Florida)6 Edina High School (USHS)
109 Tyler Weiss (LW) United States United States Colorado Avalanche U.S. NTDP (USHL)
110 Xavier Bernard (D) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils Drummondville Voltigeurs (QMJHL)
111 Jachym Kondelik (C) Czech Republic Czech Republic Nashville Predators (from Columbus)7 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
112 John St. Ivany (D) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)
113 Aidan Dudas (C) Canada Canada Los Angeles Kings Owen Sound Attack (OHL)
114 Ivan Prosvetov (G) Russia Russia Arizona Coyotes (from San Jose)8 Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
115 Paul Cotter (C) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights (from Pittsburgh via Tampa Bay)9 Lincoln Stars (USHL)
116 Jack Perbix (RW) United States United States Anaheim Ducks Elk River High School (USHS)
117 Linus Lindstrand Cronholm (D) Sweden Sweden Buffalo Sabres (from Minnesota)10 Malmo Redhawks J20 (SuperElit)
118 Mac Hollowell (D) Canada Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
119 Curtis Hall (C) United States United States Boston Bruins Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
120 Philipp Kurashev (C) Switzerland Switzerland Chicago Blackhawks (from Nashville)11 Quebec Remparts (QMJHL)
121 Alexander Green (D) United States United States Tampa Bay Lightning Cornell University (ECAC)
122 Milos Roman (C) Slovakia Slovakia Calgary Flames (from Winnipeg via Montreal)12 Vancouver Giants (WHL)
123 Jack Gorniak (RW) United States United States Montreal Canadiens (from Vegas via Florida and San Jose)13 West Salem High School (USHS)
124 Mitchell Gibson (G) United States United States Washington Capitals Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL)


Draft Notes
The Arizona Coyotes’ fourth-round pick went to the Carolina Hurricanes as the result of a trade on May 3, 2018 that sent Marcus Kruger and a third-round pick in 2018 to Arizona in exchange for Jordan Martinook and this pick.[38]
The Montreal Canadiens’ fourth-round pick was re-acquired as the result of a trade on November 23, 2017 that sent Torrey Mitchell to Los Angeles in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Montreal will receive Montreal’s fourth-round pick in 2018 if Los Angeles qualifies for the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs – was converted on April 4, 2018.
Los Angeles previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on March 1, 2017 that sent Dwight King to Montreal in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade) The condition – Los Angeles will receive a fourth-round pick in 2018 if King does not re-sign with Montreal for the 2017–18 NHL season – was converted on June 22, 2017.
The Vancouver Canucks’ fourth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on February 23, 2018 that sent Derick Brassard to Pittsburgh in exchange for Ryan Reaves and this pick.[14]
Pittsburgh previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on October 3, 2017 that sent Derrick Pouliot to Vancouver in exchange for Andrey Pedan and this pick.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ fourth-round pick went to the Dallas Stars as the result of a trade on February 28, 2017 that sent Johnny Oduya to Chicago in exchange for Mark McNeill and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).[60] The condition – Dallas will receive a fourth-round pick in 2018 if Chicago fails to advance to the 2017 Western Conference Final was converted on April 20, 2017 when Chicago was eliminated from the playoffs.
The Edmonton Oilers’ fourth-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Vegas’ fourth-round pick and Florida’s fifth-round pick both in 2018 (123rd and 139th overall) to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on January 4, 2018 that sent Al Montoya to Edmonton in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Montreal will receive a fourth-round pick in 2018 if Montoya plays in seven or more games for the Oilers during the 2017–18 NHL season was converted on March 14, 2018.
The Florida Panthers’ fourth-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on February 27, 2016 that sent Jiri Hudler to Florida in exchange for a second-round pick in 2016 and this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ fourth-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on February 25, 2018 that sent Mark Letestu to Columbus in exchange for this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ fourth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Toronto’s third-round pick in 2018 (87th overall) to San Jose in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2018 (145th overall) and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ fourth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that ensured Vegas would select Jason Garrison in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft from Tampa Bay in exchange for Nikita Gusev, a second-round pick in 2017 and this pick.
Tampa Bay previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on March 1, 2017 that sent Mark Streit to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
The Minnesota Wild’s fourth-round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of a trade on June 30, 2017 that sent Tyler Ennis, Marcus Foligno, and a third-round pick to Minnesota in exchange for Jason Pominville, Marco Scandella, and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ fourth-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Ryan Hartman and a fifth-round pick in 2018 to Nashville in exchange for Victor Ejdsell, a first-round pick in 2018 and this pick.
The Winnipeg Jets’ fourth-round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a fourth-round pick in 2019 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Joe Morrow to Winnipeg in exchange for this pick.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ fourth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Edmonton’s fourth-round pick in 2018 (102nd overall) to San Jose in exchange for Florida’s fifth-round pick in 2018 (139th overall) and this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 19, 2018 that sent Mike Hoffman and a seventh-round pick in 2018 to Florida in exchange for a fifth-round pick in 2018, a second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
Florida previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 21, 2017 that sent Reilly Smith to Vegas in exchange for this pick.


Round five

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

125 Miska Kukkonen (D) Finland Finland Buffalo Sabres Ilves U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
126 Angus Crookshank (LW) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators Langley Rivermen (BCHL)
127 Wyatte Wylie (D) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers (from Arizona)1 Everett Silvertips (WHL)
128 Cole Fonstad (C) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)
129 Justin Almeida (C) Canada Canada Pittsburgh Penguins (from Detroit)2 Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)
130 Toni Utunen (D) Finland Finland Vancouver Canucks LeKi (Mestis)
131 Spencer Stastney (D) United States United States Nashville Predators (from Chicago)3 U.S. NTDP (USHL)
132 Lauri Pajuniemi (RW) Finland Finland New York Rangers TPS (Liiga)
133 Samuel Houde (C) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Edmonton)4 Chicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
134 Blade Jenkins (LW) United States United States New York Islanders Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
135 Brandon Kruse (LW) United States United States Vegas Golden Knights (from Carolina)5 Bowling Green State University (WCHA)
136 Akira Schmid (G) Switzerland Switzerland New Jersey Devils (from Calgary via Arizona)6 SCL Tigers U20 (Junioren Elite A)
137 Riley Damiani (C) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
138 Hugh McGing (LW) United States United States St. Louis Blues Western Michigan University (NCHC)
139 Mikael Hakkarainen (C) Finland Finland Chicago Blackhawks (from Florida via San Jose and Montreal)7 Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
140 Brandon Saigeon (C) Canada Canada Colorado Avalanche Hamilton Bulldogs (OHL)
141 Yegor Sharangovich (C) Belarus Belarus New Jersey Devils Dinamo Minsk (KHL)
142 Michael Callahan (D) United States United States Arizona Coyotes (from Columbus via Chicago)8 Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)
143 Samuel Ersson (G) Sweden Sweden Philadelphia Flyers Brynas IF J20 (SuperElit)
144 David Hrenak (G) Slovakia Slovakia Los Angeles Kings St. Cloud State University (NCHC)
145 Dennis Busby (D) Canada Canada Arizona Coyotes (from San Jose)9 Flint Firebirds (OHL)
146 Danila Zhuravlyov (D) Russia Russia Colorado Avalanche (from Pittsburgh)10 Irbis Kazan (MHL)
147 Roman Durny (G) Slovakia Slovakia Anaheim Ducks Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
148 Simon Johansson (D) Sweden Sweden Minnesota Wild Djurgardens IF J20 (SuperElit)
149 Filip Kral (D) Czech Republic Czech Republic Toronto Maple Leafs Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
150 Declan Chisholm (D) Canada Canada Winnipeg Jets (from Boston)11 Peterborough Petes (OHL)
151 Vladislav Yeryomenko (D) Belarus Belarus Nashville Predators Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
152 Magnus Chrona (G) Sweden Sweden Tampa Bay Lightning Nacka HK J18 (J18 Elit)
153 Giovanni Vallati (D) Canada Canada Winnipeg Jets Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
154 Connor Corcoran (D) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
155 Damien Giroux (C) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild (from Washington)12 Saginaw Spirit (OHL)


Draft Notes
The Arizona Coyotes’ fifth-round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on June 16, 2017 that sent Nick Cousins and Merrick Madsen to Arizona in exchange for Brendan Warren and this pick.[69]
The Detroit Red Wings’ fifth-round pick went to the Pittsburgh Penguins as the result of a trade on October 21, 2017 that sent Scott Wilson and a third-round pick in 2018 to Detroit in exchange for Riley Sheahan and this pick.[50]
The Chicago Blackhawks’ fifth-round pick went to the Nashville Predators as the result of a trade on February 26, 2018 that sent Victor Ejdsell and a first and fourth-round pick both in 2018 to Chicago in exchange for Ryan Hartman and this pick.
The Edmonton Oilers’ fifth-round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Washington’s second-round pick in 2018 (62nd overall) to Edmonton in exchange for a third-round pick in 2018 (71st overall) and this pick.
The Carolina Hurricanes’ fifth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on July 4, 2017 that sent Marcus Kruger to Carolina in exchange for this pick.
The Calgary Flames’ fifth-round pick went to the New Jersey Devils as the result of a trade on October 28, 2017 that sent Scott Wedgewood to Arizona in exchange for this pick.
Arizona previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 20, 2017 that sent Michael Stone to Calgary in exchange for a third-round pick in 2017 and this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Arizona will receive a fifth-round pick in 2018 if Stone re-signs with Calgary for the 2017–18 NHL season – was converted on June 30, 2017.
The Florida Panthers’ fifth-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2019 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
Montreal previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Edmonton’s fourth-round pick in 2018 (102nd overall) to San Jose in exchange for Vegas’ fourth-round pick in 2018 (123rd overall) and this pick.
San Jose previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 19, 2018 that sent Mike Hoffman and a seventh-round pick in 2018 to Florida in exchange for Vegas’ fourth-round pick in 2018, a second-round pick in 2019 and this pick.
The Columbus Blue Jackets’ fifth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Calgary’s third-round pick in 2018 (74th overall) to Chicago in exchange for Toronto’s third-round pick in 2018 (87th overall) and this pick.
Chicago previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 23, 2017 that sent Artemi Panarin, Tyler Motte and the Islanders’ sixth-round pick in 2017 to Columbus in exchange for Brandon Saad, Anton Forsberg and this pick.
The San Jose Sharks’ fifth-round pick went to the Arizona Coyotes as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Toronto’s third-round pick in 2018 (87th overall) to San Jose in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2018 (114th overall) and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ fifth-round pick went to the Colorado Avalanche as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Nashville’s second-round pick in 2018 (58th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for Ottawa’s third-round pick in 2018 (64th overall) and this pick.
The Boston Bruins’ fifth-round pick went to the Winnipeg Jets as the result of a trade on March 1, 2017 that sent Drew Stafford to Boston in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade).The condition – Winnipeg will receive a fifth-round pick in 2018 if the Bruins reach the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs and Stafford plays in half of Boston’s remaining games in the 2016–17 NHL season – was converted on April 4, 2017.
The Washington Capitals’ fifth-round pick went to the Minnesota Wild as the result of a trade on June 14, 2017 that sent Tyler Graovac to Washington in exchange for this pick.

Mathias Emilio Pettersen was selected 167th overall by the Calgary Flames.

Round six

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

156 Pontus Holmberg (RW) Sweden Sweden Toronto Maple Leafs (from Buffalo)1 VIK Vasteras HK (Hockeyettan)
157 Kevin Mandolese (G) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators Cape Breton Screaming Eagles (QMJHL)
158 David Tendeck (G) Canada Canada Arizona Coyotes Vancouver Giants (WHL)
159 Tim Berni (D) Switzerland Switzerland Columbus Blue Jackets (from Montreal via Detroit)2 GCK Lions (NLB)
160 Victor Brattstrom (G) Sweden Sweden Detroit Red Wings Timra IK (Allsvenskan)
161 Alex Kannok-Leipert (D) Canada Canada Washington Capitals (from Vancouver)3 Vancouver Giants (WHL)
162 Alexis Gravel (G) Canada Canada Chicago Blackhawks Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL)
163 Simon Kjellberg (D) Sweden Sweden New York Rangers Rogle BK J20 (SuperElit)
164 Michael Kesselring (D) United States United States Edmonton Oilers New Hampton School (USHS)
165 Johan Sodergran (RW) Sweden Sweden Los Angeles Kings (from NY Islanders)4 Linkopings HC J20 (SuperElit)
166 Jesper Sellgren (D) Sweden Sweden Carolina Hurricanes Modo Hockey (Allsvenskan)
167 Mathias Emilio Pettersen (C) Norway Norway Calgary Flames Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL)
168 Dawson Barteaux (D) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Red Deer Rebels (WHL)
169 Mathias Laferriere (RW) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Cape Breton Screaming Eagles (QMJHL)
170 Justin Schutz (LW) Germany Germany Florida Panthers Red Bull Hockey Akademie (Czech U18)
171 Nikolai Kovalenko (RW) Russia Russia Colorado Avalanche Loko Yaroslavl (MHL)
172 Mitchell Hoelscher (C) Canada Canada New Jersey Devils Ottawa 67’s (OHL)
173 Veini Vehvilainen (G) Finland Finland Columbus Blue Jackets Karpat (Liiga)
174 Gavin Hain (C) United States United States Philadelphia Flyers U.S. NTDP (USHL)
175 Jacob Ingham (G) Canada Canada Los Angeles Kings Mississauga Steelheads (OHL)
176 Zachary Emond (G) Canada Canada San Jose Sharks Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
177 Liam Gorman (C) United States United States Pittsburgh Penguins Saint Sebastian’s School (USHS)
178 Hunter Drew (D) Canada Canada Anaheim Ducks Charlottetown Islanders (QMJHL)
179 Shawn Boudrias (RW) Canada Canada Minnesota Wild Gatineau Olympiques (QMJHL)
180 Peter Diliberatore (D) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights (from Toronto)5 Salisbury School (USHS)
181 Dustyn McFaul (D) Canada Canada Boston Bruins Pickering Panthers (OJHL)
182 John Leonard (LW) United States United States San Jose Sharks (from Nashville)6 UMass Amherst (Hockey East)
183 Cole Koepke (LW) United States United States Tampa Bay Lightning Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
184 Jared Moe (G) United States United States Winnipeg Jets Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
185 Xavier Bouchard (D) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL)
186 Artyom Manukyan (RW) Russia Russia Vancouver Canucks (from Washington)7 Avangard Omsk (KHL)
Notes
The Buffalo Sabres’ sixth-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Toronto’s sixth-round pick in 2019 to Buffalo in exchange for this pick.[34]
The Montreal Canadiens’ sixth-round pick went to the Columbus Blue Jackets as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a fifth-round pick in 2019 to Detroit in exchange for this pick.[34]
Detroit previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on February 28, 2017 that sent Steve Ott to Montreal in exchange for this pick.[78]
The Vancouver Canucks’ sixth-round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2018 (186th overall) and a sixth-round pick in 2019 to Vancouver in exchange for this pick.
The New York Islanders’ sixth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of a trade on June 24, 2017 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2017 to New York in exchange for this pick.[79]
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ sixth-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on October 6, 2017 that sent Calvin Pickard to Toronto in exchange for Tobias Lindberg and this pick.
The Nashville Predators’ sixth-round pick went to the San Jose Sharks as the result of a trade on February 25, 2018 that sent Brandon Bollig and Troy Grosenick to Nashville in exchange for this pick.
The Washington Capitals’ sixth-round pick went to the Vancouver Canucks as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a sixth-round pick in 2018 (161st overall) to Washington in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2019 and this pick.


Round seven

Player Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team

187 William Worge Kreu (D) Sweden Sweden Buffalo Sabres Linkopings HC J20 (SuperElit)
188 Jakov Novak (LW) Canada Canada Ottawa Senators Janesville Jets (NAHL)
189 Liam Kirk (LW) United Kingdom United Kingdom Arizona Coyotes Sheffield Steelers (EIHL)
190 Brett Stapley (C) Canada Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Montreal via Philadelphia)1 Vernon Vipers (BCHL)
191 Otto Kivenmaki (C) Finland Finland Detroit Red Wings Assat U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
192 Matthew Thiessen (G) Canada Canada Vancouver Canucks Steinbach Pistons (MJHL)
193 Josiah Slavin (LW) United States United States Chicago Blackhawks Lincoln Stars (USHL)
194 Luke Loheit (RW) United States United States Ottawa Senators (from NY Rangers)2 Minnetonka High School (USHS)
195 Patrik Siikanen (C) Finland Finland Edmonton Oilers Blues U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
196 Christian Krygier (D) United States United States New York Islanders Lincoln Stars (USHL)
197 Jacob Kucharski (G) United States United States Carolina Hurricanes Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
198 Dmitry Zavgorodniy (LW) Russia Russia Calgary Flames Rimouski Oceanic (QMJHL)
199 Jermaine Loewen (LW) Canada Canada Dallas Stars Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
200 Tyler Tucker (D) Canada Canada St. Louis Blues Barrie Colts (OHL)
201 Cole Krygier (D) United States United States Florida Panthers Lincoln Stars (USHL)
202 Shamil Shmakov (G) Russia Russia Colorado Avalanche Sibirskie Snaypery (MHL)
203 Eetu Pakkila (LW) Finland Finland New Jersey Devils Karpat U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
204 Trey Fix-Wolansky (RW) Canada Canada Columbus Blue Jackets Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
205 Markus Westfalt (C) Sweden Sweden Philadelphia Flyers Brynas IF (SHL)
206 Radim Salda (D) Czech Republic Czech Republic Tampa Bay Lightning (from Los Angeles)3 Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
207 Santtu Kinnunen (D) Finland Finland Florida Panthers (from San Jose)4 Pelicans U20 (Nuorten SM-liiga)
208 Jordan Kooy (G) Canada Canada Vegas Golden Knights (from Pittsburgh)5 London Knights (OHL)
209 Zachary Bouthillier (G) Canada Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from Anaheim)6 Chicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
210 Sam Hentges (C) United States United States Minnesota Wild Tri-City Storm (USHL)
211 Semyon Kizimov (RW) Russia Russia Toronto Maple Leafs Ladia Togliatti (MHL)
212 Pavel Shen (C) Russia Russia Boston Bruins Mamonty Yugry (MHL)
213 Milan Kloucek (G) Czech Republic Czech Republic Nashville Predators Dynamo Pardubice (ELH)
214 Ty Taylor (G) Canada Canada Tampa Bay Lightning Vernon Vipers (BCHL)
215 Austin Wong (C) Canada Canada Winnipeg Jets Okotoks Oilers (AJHL)
216 Riley Hughes (RW) United States United States New York Rangers (from Vegas via Carolina)7 Saint Sebastian’s School (USHS)
217 Eric Florchuk (C) Canada Canada Washington Capitals Saskatoon Blades (WHL)


Draft Notes
The Montreal Canadiens’ seventh-round pick was re-acquired as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2019 to Philadelphia in exchange for this pick.
Philadelphia previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 24, 2017 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2017 to Montreal in exchange for this pick.
The New York Rangers’ seventh-round pick went to the Ottawa Senators as the result of a trade July 18, 2016 that sent Mika Zibanejad and a second-round pick in 2018 to New York in exchange for Derick Brassard and this pick.
The Los Angeles Kings’ seventh-round pick went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a trade on May 31, 2017 that sent Bokondji Imama to Los Angeles in exchange for this pick (being conditional at the time of the trade). The condition – Tampa Bay will receive a seventh-round pick in 2018 if Los Angeles signs Imama prior to the June 1 deadline for drafted CHL players to sign by – was converted.
The San Jose Sharks’ seventh-round pick went to the Florida Panthers as the result of a trade on June 19, 2018 that sent Vegas’ fourth-round pick in 2018, a fifth-round pick in 2018 and a second-round pick in 2019 to San Jose in exchange for Mike Hoffman and this pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ seventh-round pick went to the Vegas Golden Knights as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent a seventh-round pick in 2019 to Pittsburgh in exchange for this pick.
The Anaheim Ducks’ seventh-round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade January 10, 2017 that sent Jhonas Enroth to Anaheim in exchange for this pick.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ seventh-round pick went to the New York Rangers as the result of a trade on June 23, 2018 that sent Boston’s seventh-round pick in 2019 to Carolina in exchange for this pick.
Carolina previously acquired this pick as the result of a trade on June 22, 2017 that sent Pittsburgh’s second-round pick in 2017 to Vegas in exchange for Trevor van Riemsdyk and this pick.

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2022 NFL Mock Draft

This is Draft HD’s first 2022 NFL Mock draft as the draft gets closer we will work on new updates.

  1. Houston Texans: Spencer Rattler, QB, Oklahoma 
    Deshaun Watson expressed his frustration with the Texans. He seemed likely to be traded, and now he’s in legal trouble. Houston drafted Davis Mills, but that won’t keep this pick from being used on a quarterback.

    Spencer Rattler has a good chance to be the No. 1 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Rattler is limited in size and arm strength, but he’s very accurate and mobile. With the 2022 quarterback class being unimpressive, he’ll have a chance to be the top pick next April.



  2. Detroit Lions: Tyler Shough, QB, Texas Tech 
    The Lions have traded Matthew Stafford. They’ll give Jared Goff a shot, but if he fails like he’s expected to, the Lions could be drafting in the top three. If so, they’ll be targeting one of the top quarterbacks in the 2022 class.

    Tyler Shough (6-5, 215) took over for Justin Herbert in 2020. He has great potential and is a feisty competitor. He has a great mix of arm strength, size and athleticism. He has since moved to Texas Tech as a graduate transfer.



  3.  Philadelphia Eagles: Kedon Slovis, QB, USC 
    The Eagles will give Jalen Hurts a chance to prove himself in 2020. If he fails, and the Eagles are drafting this early, they’ll likely select their quarterback of the future.

    Kedon Slovis showed tremendous potential as a freshman at USC, completing 72 percent of his passes on an 8.9 YPA figure.

  4. Green Bay Packers: Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE/OLB, Oregon
    Will the Packers finally obtain an upgrade across from Davante Adams? Perhaps Justyn Ross would be the pick, but the Packers can select the best non-quarterback prospect in this class.

    Kayvon Thibodeaux has enjoyed two great years, terrorizing Pac-12 backfields with his great pass-rushing ability.



  5. Atlanta Falcons: Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina 
    The Falcons may have drafted Trey Lance had he fallen to them at No. 4 in the 2021 NFL Draft. They need a successor for Matt Ryan.

    Sam Howell threw for 38 touchdowns in 2019, which was a Division I-A record for a freshman. He doesn’t have ideal size (6-1, 225), but there’s no doubting his throwing ability.



  6.  New York Jets: Derek Stingley, CB, LSU 
    The Jets have maintained issues at cornerback ever since Darrelle Revis left the second time. They can fix that with this pick.

    Derek Stingley had a freshman campaign for the ages, completely erasing one side of the field despite having no experience entering the year. He has great size (6-1, 190) and projects as a top-five prospect whenever he declares.


  7. Las Vegas Raiders: DeMarvin Leal, DE/DT, Texas A&M 
    The Raiders need to address their woeful defense. They have a weakness in the interior, and Maurice Hurst’s departure won’t help matters.

    DeMarvin Leal was dominant to close out the 2020 campaign, so he has lots of promise heading into 2021.

  8.  Carolina Panthers: Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson 
    D.J. Moore’s contract will be up soon. Robby Anderson is just a middling starting receiver. The Panthers could stand to add a mega talent at the position.

    Justyn Ross is a 6-4, 210-pound monster who catches everything. Alabama had no answer for him in the national championship. Unfortunately, he missed all of 2020 with an injury.



  9.  Dallas Cowboys: Drake Jackson, DE/DT, USC 
    The Cowboys need to improve their defense on every level, which includes their pass rush.

    Drake Jackson had a strong freshman campaign (5.5 sacks) as an edge player, but he may be better suited to become a five-technique.

  10. Cincinnati Bengals: Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan 
    The Bengals signed Trey Hendrickson, but he’s just replacing Carl Lawson. They already needed an edge rusher prior to the Lawson departure, so they can fill that hole with this pick.

    Aidan Hutchinson has excellent potential, but we didn’t get to see it very much last year because he suffered an ankle injury.

  11. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame 
    Andrew Cisco was drafted in the third round. If he doesn’t impress as a rookie, the Jaguars will be interested in a safety at this juncture with the best player available.

    The very physically gifted Kyle Hamilton showed lots of promise in his freshman year.

  12. New England Patriots: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida 
    The Patriots have some aging cornerbacks on their roster, so they’ll need to get younger at the position soon.

    Kaiir Elam has a good mix of length and quickness.

  13.  New Orleans Saints: Jalen Green, CB, Texas 
    The Saints lost Janoris Jenkins, so they currently have a hole at cornerback across from Marshon Lattimore.

    Jalen Green has shown great coverage ability in his first season as a starter.

14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss 
This could be Ben Roethlisberger’s final season in the NFL. The Steelers might be interested in a quarterback with this pick.

Matt Corral developed well under Lane Kiffin, completing 71 percent of his passes in 2020.

15. Tennessee Titans: Zion Nelson, OT, Miami 
We’ll see if Dillon Radunz plays right tackle or guard. If it’s the latter, the Titans could make amends for the Isaiah Wilson debaclation by drafting a right tackle with this selection.

Zion Nelson performed well right away for Miami, earning a starting left tackle job as a freshman.

16. New York Giants: George Karlaftis, DE, Purdue 
The Giants used to have problems in their secondary, but part of the reason for this was that they don’t have a strong edge rush.

George Karlaftis was a monstrous pass rusher in his freshman campaign, generating 17.5 tackles for loss.

17. Minnesota Vikings: Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma 
The Vikings need to fix their defensive line, which lost lots of talent in recent years due to financial difficulties.

Perrion Winfrey dominated the trenches in 2020, especially late in the season.


 18. New York Jets: Brenton Cox, DE/OLB, Florida 
The Jets signed Carl Lawson, but they still need another edge rusher to rattle Josh Allen.

Brenton Cox has a nice skill set and plenty of athleticism and upside.



19. New York Giants: Sevyn Banks, CB, Ohio State 
The Giants could use one more cornerback in their secondary, especially if Adoree Jackson doesn’t live up to the hype.

Ohio State’s secondary struggled in 2020, but not when it came to Sevyn Banks’ coverage.

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Bubba Bolden, S, Miami 
The Eagles signed Anthony Harris as a low-risk, buy-low addition. If he doesn’t solve their safety issues, they’ll have to look elsewhere.

Bubba Bolden needs to bulk up for the NFL, but he could sneak into the first round.



21.  Philadelphia Eagles: Nolan Smith, DE, Georgia 
The Eagles signed Ryan Kerrigan, but only for one year. I could see them addressing the trenches with this pick.

Nolan Smith was the top recruit in his class. He’s a tremendous athlete and looks to be a dynamic edge threat at the next level.



22. Washington Redskins: Evan Neal, G/OT, Alabama 
Brandon Scherff is an impending free agent. The Redskins could use this pick to replace him, and they’re no strangers to drafting Alabama players.

Evan Neal is a 360-pound lineman who can move very well, which almost seems impossible.

23. Los Angeles Chargers: Zach Harrison, DE, Ohio State 
The Chargers will need to replace Melvin Ingram, who departed via free agency this offseason.

Zach Harrison has great size (6-6, 255) and was productive as a freshman at Ohio State.



24.  Baltimore Ravens: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State 
The Ravens signed a right tackle to replace Orlando Brown, but they need a long-term solution.

Charles Cross has great feet as a former five-star recruit.

25. Arizona Cardinals: Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M 
Arizona needs to make sure Kyler Murray is protected as well as possible. There was some interest in Alijah Vera-Tucker in the 2021 NFL Draft, but he was snatched off the board before the Cardinals were on the clock.

Kenyon Green is a former five-star recruit tackle, but he may have to play guard at the next level.



26. Miami Dolphins: Christian Harris, LB, Alabama 
The Dolphins’ defensive weakness is at linebacker, and they have a chance to address that issue in this mock draft update.

Considered the star player of Alabama’s recruiting class, Christian Harris saw time as a freshman because of Dylan Moses’ torn ACL, and he was exceptional.

27. Cleveland Browns: George Pickens, WR, Georgia 
Odell Beckham could be off the roster at this juncture, so they could target a receiver with this pick.

George Pickens had an amazing freshman season. He has nice size (6-3, 190), tremendous athleticism and a wide catch radius.

28. Buffalo Bills: Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M 
The Bills want an upgrade over Dawson Knox, who is just a middling talent.

Jalen Wydermyer had a big sophomore campaign. He’s a big tight end (6-5, 260) and has terrific receiving ability.

29. Detroit Lions: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State 
The Lions have absolutely nothing at receiver, so they must address this liability.

Jahan Dotson caught 52 passes for 884 yards and eight touchdowns in just nine games in 2020. The 5-11 receiver made a big leap in production from the previous year.


30. Denver Broncos: Jordan Battle, S, Alabama 
The Broncos will be looking for a new starting safety next offseason with Kareem Jackson likely gone.

Jordan Battle showed big upside in Alabama’s secondary last year.



31. Kansas City Chiefs: D.J. Dale, DT, Alabama 
Andy Reid loves bolstering the offensive and defensive lines. He may want a better player next to Chris Jones.

D.J. Dale wasn’t highly productive in 2019, but he was a key rotational player on Alabama’s defensive line. It says a lot that Dale was able to see time despite his inexperience.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida 
Lavonte David will turn 32 prior to the 2022 NFL Draft. The Buccaneers will need to find a successor soon.

Ventrell Miller is a fast linebacker who has become a nice play-maker in Florida’s defense.

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2021 NFL Mock Draft

This 2021 NFL Mock draft also doubles as the full results. We hope this reference proves valuable.

Rnd.    Pick No.    NFL team    Player  Pos.    College Conf.   Notes

1 1 Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson ACC
1 2 New York Jets Zach Wilson QB BYU Ind. (FBS)
1 3 San Francisco 49ers Trey Lance QB North Dakota State MVFC from Houston via Miami[R1 – 1]
1 4 Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts TE Florida SEC
1 5 Cincinnati Bengals Ja’Marr Chase WR LSU SEC
1 6 Miami Dolphins Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama SEC from Philadelphia[R1 – 2]
1 7 Detroit Lions Penei Sewell OT Oregon Pac-12
1 8 Carolina Panthers Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina SEC
1 9 Denver Broncos Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama SEC
1 10 Philadelphia Eagles DeVonta Smith WR Alabama SEC from Dallas[R1 – 3]
1 11 Chicago Bears Justin Fields QB Ohio State Big Ten from N.Y. Giants[R1 – 4]
1 12 Dallas Cowboys Micah Parsons LB Penn State Big Ten from San Francisco via Miami and Philadelphia[R1 – 5]
1 13 Los Angeles Chargers Rashawn Slater OT Northwestern Big Ten
1 14 New York Jets Alijah Vera-Tucker OG USC Pac-12 from Minnesota[R1 – 6]
1 15 New England Patriots Mac Jones QB Alabama SEC
1 16 Arizona Cardinals Zaven Collins LB Tulsa The American
1 17 Las Vegas Raiders Alex Leatherwood OT Alabama SEC
1 18 Miami Dolphins Jaelan Phillips DE Miami (FL) ACC
1 19 Washington Football Team Jamin Davis LB Kentucky SEC
1 20 New York Giants Kadarius Toney WR Florida SEC from Chicago[R1 – 7]
1 21 Indianapolis Colts Kwity Paye DE Michigan Big Ten
1 22 Tennessee Titans Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech ACC
1 23 Minnesota Vikings Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech ACC from Seattle via N.Y. Jets[R1 – 8]
1 24 Pittsburgh Steelers Najee Harris RB Alabama SEC
1 25 Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Etienne RB Clemson ACC from L.A. Rams[R1 – 9]
1 26 Cleveland Browns Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern Big Ten
1 27 Baltimore Ravens Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota Big Ten
1 28 New Orleans Saints Payton Turner DE Houston The American
1 29 Green Bay Packers Eric Stokes CB Georgia SEC
1 30 Buffalo Bills Gregory Rousseau DE Miami (FL) ACC
1 31 Baltimore Ravens Odafe Oweh DE Penn State Big Ten from Kansas City[R1 – 10]
1 32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joe Tryon DE Washington Pac-12
2 33 Jacksonville Jaguars Tyson Campbell CB Georgia SEC
2 34 New York Jets Elijah Moore WR Ole Miss SEC
2 35 Denver Broncos Javonte Williams RB North Carolina ACC from Atlanta[R2 – 1]
2 36 Miami Dolphins Jevon Holland S Oregon Pac-12 from Houston[R2 – 2]
2 37 Philadelphia Eagles Landon Dickerson C Alabama SEC
2 38 New England Patriots Christian Barmore DT Alabama SEC from Cincinnati[R2 – 3]
2 39 Chicago Bears Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State Big 12 from Carolina[R2 – 4]
2 40 Atlanta Falcons Richie Grant S UCF The American from Denver[R2 – 5]
2 41 Detroit Lions Levi Onwuzurike DT Washington Pac-12
2 42 Miami Dolphins Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from N.Y. Giants[R2 – 6]
2 43 Las Vegas Raiders Trevon Moehrig S TCU Big 12 from San Francisco[R2 – 7]
2 44 Dallas Cowboys Kelvin Joseph CB Kentucky SEC
2 45 Jacksonville Jaguars Walker Little OT Stanford Pac-12 from Minnesota[R2 – 8]
2 46 Cincinnati Bengals Jackson Carman OT Clemson ACC from New England[R2 – 9]
2 47 Los Angeles Chargers Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State ACC
2 48 San Francisco 49ers Aaron Banks OG Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Las Vegas[R2 – 10]
2 49 Arizona Cardinals Rondale Moore WR Purdue Big Ten
2 50 New York Giants Azeez Ojulari DE Georgia SEC from Miami[R2 – 11]
2 51 Washington Football Team Samuel Cosmi OT Texas Big 12
2 52 Cleveland Browns Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah LB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Chicago via Carolina[R2 – 12]
2 53 Tennessee Titans Dillon Radunz OT North Dakota State MVFC
2 54 Indianapolis Colts Dayo Odeyingbo DE Vanderbilt SEC
2 55 Pittsburgh Steelers Pat Freiermuth TE Penn State Big Ten
2 56 Seattle Seahawks D’Wayne Eskridge WR Western Michigan MAC
2 57 Los Angeles Rams Tutu Atwell WR Louisville ACC
2 58 Kansas City Chiefs Nick Bolton LB Missouri SEC from Baltimore[R2 – 13]
2 59 Carolina Panthers Terrace Marshall Jr. WR LSU SEC from Cleveland[R2 – 14]
2 60 New Orleans Saints Pete Werner LB Ohio State Big Ten
2 61 Buffalo Bills Carlos Basham Jr. DE Wake Forest ACC
2 62 Green Bay Packers Josh Myers C Ohio State Big Ten
2 63 Kansas City Chiefs Creed Humphrey C Oklahoma Big 12
2 64 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kyle Trask QB Florida SEC
3 65 Jacksonville Jaguars Andre Cisco S Syracuse ACC
3 66 Minnesota Vikings Kellen Mond QB Texas A&M SEC from N.Y. Jets[R3 – 1]
3 67 Houston Texans Davis Mills QB Stanford Pac-12
3 68 Atlanta Falcons Jalen Mayfield OT Michigan Big Ten
3 69 Cincinnati Bengals Joseph Ossai DE Texas Big 12
3 70 Carolina Panthers Brady Christensen OT BYU Ind. (FBS) from Philadelphia[R3 – 2]
3 71 New York Giants Aaron Robinson CB UCF The American from Denver[R3 – 3]
3 72 Detroit Lions Alim McNeill DT NC State ACC
3 73 Philadelphia Eagles Milton Williams DT Louisiana Tech C-USA from Carolina[R3 – 4]
3 74 Washington Football Team Benjamin St-Juste CB Minnesota Big Ten from San Francisco[R3 – 5]
3 75 Dallas Cowboys Osa Odighizuwa DT UCLA Pac-12
3 76 New Orleans Saints Paulson Adebo CB Stanford Pac-12 from N.Y. Giants via Denver[R3 – 6]
3 – New England Patriots Selection forfeited[Forfeit 1]
3 77 Los Angeles Chargers Josh Palmer WR Tennessee SEC
3 78 Minnesota Vikings Chazz Surratt LB North Carolina ACC
3 79 Las Vegas Raiders Malcolm Koonce DE Buffalo MAC from Arizona[R3 – 7]
3 80 Las Vegas Raiders Divine Deablo S Virginia Tech ACC
3 81 Miami Dolphins Hunter Long TE Boston College ACC
3 82 Washington Football Team Dyami Brown WR North Carolina ACC
3 83 Carolina Panthers Tommy Tremble TE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Chicago[R3 – 8]
3 84 Dallas Cowboys Chauncey Golston DE Iowa Big Ten from Indianapolis via Philadelphia[R3 – 9]
3 85 Green Bay Packers Amari Rodgers WR Clemson ACC from Tennessee[R3 – 10]
3 86 Minnesota Vikings Wyatt Davis OG Ohio State Big Ten from Seattle via N.Y. Jets[R3 – 11]
3 87 Pittsburgh Steelers Kendrick Green OG Illinois Big Ten
3 88 San Francisco 49ers Trey Sermon RB Ohio State Big Ten from L.A. Rams[R3 – 12]
3 89 Houston Texans Nico Collins WR Michigan Big Ten from Cleveland via Carolina[R3 – 13]
3 90 Minnesota Vikings Patrick Jones II DE Pittsburgh ACC from Baltimore[R3 – 14]
3 91 Cleveland Browns Anthony Schwartz WR Auburn SEC from New Orleans[R3 – 15]
3 92 Tennessee Titans Monty Rice LB Georgia SEC from Green Bay[R3 – 16]
3 93 Buffalo Bills Spencer Brown OT Northern Iowa MVFC
3 94 Baltimore Ravens Ben Cleveland OG Georgia SEC from Kansas City[R3 – 17]
3 95 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Robert Hainsey OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
3* 96 New England Patriots Ronnie Perkins DE Oklahoma Big 12
3* 97 Los Angeles Chargers Tre’ McKitty TE Georgia SEC
3* 98 Denver Broncos Quinn Meinerz C Wisconsin–Whitewater WIAC from New Orleans[R3 – 18]
3* 99 Dallas Cowboys Nahshon Wright CB Oregon State Pac-12
3* 100 Tennessee Titans Elijah Molden CB Washington Pac-12
3* 101 Detroit Lions Ifeatu Melifonwu CB Syracuse ACC from L.A. Rams[R3 – 19]
3× 102 San Francisco 49ers Ambry Thomas CB Michigan Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[a]
3× 103 Los Angeles Rams Ernest Jones LB South Carolina SEC 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[b]
3× 104 Baltimore Ravens Brandon Stephens CB SMU The American 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[c]
3× 105 Denver Broncos Baron Browning LB Ohio State Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[d]
from New Orleans[R3 – 20]
4 106 Jacksonville Jaguars Jay Tufele DT USC Pac-12
4 107 New York Jets Michael Carter RB North Carolina ACC
4 108 Atlanta Falcons Darren Hall CB San Diego State MW
4 109 Tennessee Titans Dez Fitzpatrick WR Louisville ACC from Houston via Carolina[R4 – 1]
4 110 Cleveland Browns James Hudson OT Cincinnati The American from Philadelphia[R4 – 2]
4 111 Cincinnati Bengals Cameron Sample DE Tulane The American
4 112 Detroit Lions Amon-Ra St. Brown WR USC Pac-12
4 113 Detroit Lions Derrick Barnes LB Purdue Big Ten from Carolina via Cleveland[R4 – 3]
4 114 Atlanta Falcons Drew Dalman C Stanford Pac-12 from Denver[R4 – 4]
4 115 Dallas Cowboys Jabril Cox LB LSU SEC
4 116 New York Giants Elerson Smith DE Northern Iowa MVFC
4 117 Los Angeles Rams Bobby Brown III DT Texas A&M SEC from San Francisco[R4 – 5]
4 118 Los Angeles Chargers Chris Rumph II DE Duke ACC
4 119 Minnesota Vikings Kene Nwangwu RB Iowa State Big 12
4 120 New England Patriots Rhamondre Stevenson RB Oklahoma Big 12
4 121 Jacksonville Jaguars Jordan Smith DE UAB C-USA from Las Vegas via Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco,
and L.A. Rams[R4 – 6]
4 122 Cincinnati Bengals Tyler Shelvin DT LSU SEC from Arizona via Houston and New England[R4 – 7]
4 123 Philadelphia Eagles Zech McPhearson CB Texas Tech Big 12 from Miami[R4 – 8]
4 124 Washington Football Team John Bates TE Boise State MW
4 125 Minnesota Vikings Camryn Bynum CB California Pac-12 from Chicago[R4 – 9]
4 126 Carolina Panthers Chuba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Tennessee[R4 – 10]
4 127 Indianapolis Colts Kylen Granson TE SMU The American
4 128 Pittsburgh Steelers Dan Moore OT Texas A&M SEC
4 129 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jaelon Darden WR North Texas C-USA from Seattle[R4 – 11]
4 130 Los Angeles Rams Robert Rochell CB Central Arkansas Southland from L.A. Rams via Jacksonville[R4 – 12]
4 131 Baltimore Ravens Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State Big 12
4 132 Cleveland Browns Tommy Togiai DT Ohio State Big Ten
4 133 New Orleans Saints Ian Book QB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
4 134 Minnesota Vikings Janarius Robinson DE Florida State ACC from Buffalo[R4 – 13]
4 135 Tennessee Titans Rashad Weaver DE Pittsburgh ACC from Green Bay[R4 – 14]
4 136 Arizona Cardinals Marco Wilson CB Florida SEC from Kansas City via Baltimore[R4 – 15]
4 137 Seattle Seahawks Tre Brown CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Tampa Bay[R4 – 16]
4* 138 Dallas Cowboys Josh Ball OT Marshall C-USA
4* 139 Cincinnati Bengals D’Ante Smith OT East Carolina The American from New England[R4 – 17]
4* 140 Pittsburgh Steelers Buddy Johnson LB Texas A&M SEC
4* 141 Los Angeles Rams Jacob Harris WR UCF The American
4* 142 Green Bay Packers Royce Newman OG Ole Miss SEC
4* 143 Las Vegas Raiders Tyree Gillespie S Missouri SEC from Minnesota via N.Y. Jets[R4 – 18]
4* 144 Kansas City Chiefs Joshua Kaindoh DE Florida State ACC
5 145 Jacksonville Jaguars Luke Farrell TE Ohio State Big Ten
5 146 New York Jets Jamien Sherwood S Auburn SEC
5 147 Houston Texans Brevin Jordan TE Miami (FL) ACC
5 148 Atlanta Falcons Ta’Quon Graham DE Texas Big 12
5 149 Cincinnati Bengals Evan McPherson K Florida SEC
5 150 Philadelphia Eagles Kenneth Gainwell RB Memphis The American
5 151 Chicago Bears Larry Borom OT Missouri SEC from Carolina[R5 – 1]
5 152 Denver Broncos Caden Sterns S Texas Big 12
5 153 Cleveland Browns Tony Fields II LB West Virginia Big 12 from Detroit[R5 – 2]
5 154 New York Jets Michael Carter II S Duke ACC from N.Y. Giants[R5 – 3]
5 155 San Francisco 49ers Jaylon Moore OG Western Michigan MAC
5 156 Pittsburgh Steelers Isaiahh Loudermilk DT Wisconsin Big Ten from Dallas via Philadelphia and Miami[R5 – 4]
5 157 Minnesota Vikings Ihmir Smith-Marsette WR Iowa Big Ten
5 158 Carolina Panthers Daviyon Nixon DT Iowa Big Ten from New England via Houston[R5 – 5]
5 159 Los Angeles Chargers Brenden Jaimes OT Nebraska Big Ten
5 160 Baltimore Ravens Shaun Wade CB Ohio State Big Ten from Arizona[R5 – 6]
5 161 Buffalo Bills Tommy Doyle OT Miami (OH) MAC from Las Vegas[R5 – 7]
5 162 Kansas City Chiefs Noah Gray TE Duke ACC from Miami via Las Vegas and N.Y. Jets[R5 – 8]
5 163 Washington Football Team Darrick Forrest S Cincinnati The American
5 164 Denver Broncos Jamar Johnson S Indiana Big Ten from Chicago via N.Y. Giants[R5 – 9]
5 165 Indianapolis Colts Shawn Davis S Florida SEC
5 166 Carolina Panthers Keith Taylor CB Washington Pac-12 from Tennessee[R5 – 10]
5 167 Las Vegas Raiders Nate Hobbs CB Illinois Big Ten from Seattle[R5 – 11]
5 168 Minnesota Vikings Zach Davidson TE Central Missouri MIAA from Pittsburgh via Baltimore[R5 – 12]
5 169 Cleveland Browns Richard LeCounte S Georgia SEC from L.A. Rams[R5 – 13]
5 170 Houston Texans Garret Wallow LB TCU Big 12 from Cleveland via Jacksonville and L.A. Rams[R5 – 14]
5 171 Baltimore Ravens Daelin Hayes DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
5 172 San Francisco 49ers Deommodore Lenoir CB Oregon Pac-12 from New Orleans[R5 – 15]
5 173 Green Bay Packers Tedarrell Slaton DT Florida SEC
5 174 Los Angeles Rams Earnest Brown IV DE Northwestern Big Ten from Buffalo via Houston[R5 – 16]
5 175 New York Jets Jason Pinnock CB Pittsburgh ACC from Kansas City[R5 – 17]
5 176 Tampa Bay Buccaneers K. J. Britt LB Auburn SEC
5* 177 New England Patriots Cameron McGrone LB Michigan Big Ten 33rd compensatory selection[N 1]
5* 178 Green Bay Packers Shemar Jean-Charles CB Appalachian State Sun Belt
5* 179 Dallas Cowboys Simi Fehoko WR Stanford Pac-12
5* 180 San Francisco 49ers Talanoa Hufanga S USC Pac-12
5* 181 Kansas City Chiefs Cornell Powell WR Clemson ACC
5* 182 Atlanta Falcons Adetokunbo Ogundeji DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
5* 183 Atlanta Falcons Avery Williams CB Boise State MW
5* 184 Baltimore Ravens Ben Mason FB Michigan Big Ten
6 185 Los Angeles Chargers Nick Niemann LB Iowa Big Ten from Jacksonville via Tennessee[R6 – 1]
6 186 New York Jets Hamsah Nasirildeen S Florida State ACC from N.Y. Jets via New England[R6 – 2]
6 187 Atlanta Falcons Frank Darby WR Arizona State Pac-12
6 188 New England Patriots Joshuah Bledsoe S Missouri SEC from Houston[R6 – 3]
6 189 Philadelphia Eagles Marlon Tuipulotu DT USC Pac-12
6 190 Cincinnati Bengals Trey Hill C Georgia SEC
6 191 Philadelphia Eagles Tarron Jackson DE Coastal Carolina Sun Belt from Denver via Carolina[R6 – 4]
6 192 Dallas Cowboys Quinton Bohanna DT Kentucky SEC from Detroit[R6 – 5]
6 193 Carolina Panthers Deonte Brown OG Alabama SEC
6 194 San Francisco 49ers Elijah Mitchell RB Louisiana Sun Belt
6 195 Houston Texans Roy Lopez DT Arizona Pac-12 from Dallas via New England[R6 – 6]
6 196 New York Giants Gary Brightwell RB Arizona Pac-12
6 197 New England Patriots William Sherman OT Colorado Pac-12
6 198 Los Angeles Chargers Larry Rountree III RB Missouri SEC
6 199 Minnesota Vikings Jaylen Twyman DT Pittsburgh ACC
6 200 New York Jets Brandin Echols CB Kentucky SEC Forfeiture of selection announced,
but later rescinded;[N 2] from Las Vegas[R6 – 7]
6 201 New York Giants Rodarius Williams CB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Arizona[R6 – 8]
6 202 Cincinnati Bengals Chris Evans RB Michigan Big Ten from Miami via Houston[R6 – 9]
6 203 Buffalo Bills Marquez Stevenson WR Houston The American from Washington via Las Vegas, Miami, and Houston[R6 – 10]
6 204 Carolina Panthers Shi Smith WR South Carolina SEC from Chicago[R6 – 11]
6 205 Tennessee Titans Racey McMath WR LSU SEC
6 206 New Orleans Saints Landon Young OT Kentucky SEC from Indianapolis[R6 – 12]
6 207 New York Jets Jonathan Marshall DT Arkansas SEC from Pittsburgh via Miami and Kansas City[R6 – 13]
6 208 Seattle Seahawks Stone Forsythe OT Florida SEC from Seattle via Miami and Chicago[R6 – 14]
6 209 Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Camp WR Georgia Tech ACC from L.A. Rams[R6 – 15]
6 210 Arizona Cardinals Victor Dimukeje DE Duke ACC from Baltimore[R6 – 16]
6 211 Cleveland Browns Demetric Felton WR UCLA Pac-12
6 212 Buffalo Bills Damar Hamlin S Pittsburgh ACC from New Orleans via Houston[R6 – 17]
6 213 Buffalo Bills Rachad Wildgoose CB Wisconsin Big Ten
6 214 Green Bay Packers Cole Van Lanen OG Wisconsin Big Ten
6 215 Tennessee Titans Brady Breeze S Oregon Pac-12 from Kansas City[R6 – 18]
6 216 Pittsburgh Steelers Quincy Roche DE Miami (FL) ACC from Tampa Bay[R6 – 19]
6* 217 Chicago Bears Khalil Herbert RB Virginia Tech ACC from Tampa Bay via Seattle[R6 – 20]
6* 218 Indianapolis Colts Sam Ehlinger QB Texas Big 12 from New Orleans[R6 – 21]
6* 219 Denver Broncos Seth Williams WR Auburn SEC from Atlanta[R6 – 22]
6* 220 Green Bay Packers Isaiah McDuffie LB Boston College ACC
6* 221 Chicago Bears Dazz Newsome WR North Carolina ACC
6* 222 Carolina Panthers Thomas Fletcher LS Alabama SEC
6* 223 Arizona Cardinals Tay Gowan CB UCF The American from Minnesota[R6 – 23]
6* 224 Philadelphia Eagles JaCoby Stevens S LSU SEC
6* 225 Washington Football Team Camaron Cheeseman LS Michigan Big Ten from Philadelphia[R6 – 24]
6* 226 Kansas City Chiefs Trey Smith OG Tennessee SEC from Carolina via N.Y. Jets[R6 – 25]
6* 227 Dallas Cowboys Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina SEC
6* 228 Chicago Bears Thomas Graham Jr. CB Oregon Pac-12
7 229 Indianapolis Colts Mike Strachan WR Charleston (WV) MEC from Jacksonville via New Orleans[R7 – 1]
7 230 Las Vegas Raiders Jimmy Morrissey C Pittsburgh ACC from N.Y. Jets via San Francisco[R7 – 2]
7 231 Miami Dolphins Larnel Coleman OT UMass Ind. (FBS) from Houston[R7 – 3]
7 232 Carolina Panthers Phil Hoskins DT Kentucky SEC from Atlanta via Miami and Tennessee[R7 – 4]
7 233 Los Angeles Rams Jake Funk RB Maryland Big Ten from Cincinnati via Houston[R7 – 5]
7 234 Philadelphia Eagles Patrick Johnson DE Tulane The American
7 235 Cincinnati Bengals Wyatt Hubert DE Kansas State Big 12 from Detroit via Seattle[R7 – 6]
7 236 Buffalo Bills Jack Anderson OG Texas Tech Big 12 from Carolina[R7 – 7]
7 237 Denver Broncos Kary Vincent Jr. CB LSU SEC
7 238 Dallas Cowboys Matt Farniok OG Nebraska Big Ten
7 239 Denver Broncos Jonathon Cooper DE Ohio State Big Ten from N.Y. Giants[R7 – 8]
7 240 Washington Football Team William Bradley-King DE Baylor Big 12 from San Francisco via Philadelphia[R7 – 9]
7 241 Los Angeles Chargers Mark Webb S Georgia SEC
7 – Minnesota Vikings Selection forfeited[Forfeit 2]
7 242 New England Patriots Tre Nixon WR UCF The American
7 243 Arizona Cardinals James Wiggins S Cincinnati The American
7 244 Miami Dolphins Gerrid Doaks RB Cincinnati The American from Las Vegas via Washington[R7 – 10]
7 245 Pittsburgh Steelers Tre Norwood CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Miami[R7 – 11]
7 246 Washington Football Team Shaka Toney DE Penn State Big Ten
7 247 Arizona Cardinals Michal Menet C Penn State Big Ten from Chicago via Las Vegas[R7 – 12]
7 248 Indianapolis Colts Will Fries OG Penn State Big Ten
7 249 Los Angeles Rams Ben Skowronek WR Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Tennessee via Jacksonville[R7 – 13]
7 250 Chicago Bears Khyiris Tonga DT BYU Ind. (FBS) from Seattle[R7 – 14]
7 251 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chris Wilcox CB BYU Ind. (FBS) from Pittsburgh[R7 – 15]
7 252 Los Angeles Rams Chris Garrett LB Concordia–St. Paul NSIC
7 253 Denver Broncos Marquiss Spencer DE Mississippi State SEC from Cleveland[R7 – 16]
7 254 Pittsburgh Steelers Pressley Harvin III P Georgia Tech ACC from Baltimore[R7 – 17]
2020 Ray Guy Award winner
7 255 New Orleans Saints Kawaan Baker WR South Alabama Sun Belt Forfeiture of selection announced,
but later rescinded[N 3]
7 256 Green Bay Packers Kylin Hill RB Mississippi State SEC
7 257 Detroit Lions Jermar Jefferson RB Oregon State Pac-12 from Buffalo via Cleveland[R7 – 18]
7 258 Washington Football Team Dax Milne WR BYU Ind. (FBS) from Kansas City via Miami[R7 – 19]
7 259 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Grant Stuard LB Houston The American