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2019 NHL Draft Final Rankings


1. RW/C Kaapo Kakko – TPS, Liiga

Speedy Finnish winger whos dazzles off the wing with a skillful offensive package. Good hands and a nice wrist shot with a good release. Has a solid 6’2 frame and can hold his own in physical battles. Plays a smart and fast thinking game which will allow him to transition to the NHL well. Can play center and may develop into a center, has the skillset and style to do so within a year or two.

2. C Jack Hughes – U18’s, USNTDP

A dynamic offensive player with electrifying skill who plays a smart and deceptive game, using his shifty skill to fool defenders and push the pace with strong vision and a good shot. Anticipates the play well and always evaluates the unfolding play accurately with a fantastic hockey IQ. Should mesh better in the NHL than expected, needs the puck on his stick to excel.

3.  C Alex Turcotte – U18’s, USNTDP

Speedy center with a strong stride and great playmaking ability. Hustles hard and does not stop working on and off the ice. Plays a strong 200 foot game and is always pushing the pace.

Holds the puck well and uses his body to shield the puck. Despite a lower body injury which shortened his draft year, Turcotte showed some resiliency in his game and showed off his motor all year, working hard to cement his draft status.

4. LW/C Matthew Boldy – U18’s USNTDP

Hard working two-way winger who has good goal-scoring ability. Possesses a high level of hockey IQ and smarts to make smart decisions on both ends of the ice, especially on the back check and helping out on defense, an area of his game that was a sore sight just a year ago. Uses soft hands in traffic and in front of net to find an opening and use his shot. Powerful skater that is hard to knock off the puck with his size and weight. Has the skill-set and ability to be a center down the road.

5. LD Bowen Byram – Vancouver Giants, WHL

Elite skating packed into a two way defenseman who plays a new age game with poise and patience. Jumps into the offensive rush with speed and flare. Knows when to attack and when to stay back, cutting off attacking lanes and playing a smart game on both ends. Has the all around game with enough upside to warrant a top three selection and potential development into a number one option on a defensive core.

6. C Trevor Zegras – U18’s, USNTDP

Flashy center who’s such a fun to player to watch. Agile and silky with flashy moves and great vision with passes. Uses good speed and has the drive and grit to keep the puck on his stick and fight in dirty areas. Shifty playmaker who dazzles on offense creating plays and setting up teammates, while staying active on defense and forcing players to the boards where he excels in board play.

7. RW Cole Caufield – U18’s USNTDP

Great offensive forward with amazing hands and a slick shot. The league is more accepting of smaller players now than ever and Caufield is primed to take advantage of that among the Gaudreau’s and DeBrincat’s of the league. Caufield is one of the most skilled players in the draft, and he’s quite a stocky 5’7 so he holds his own more than his height implies. After breaking Phil Kessel’s scoring record and lighting up the WJC, Caufield is a hot riser on most draft boards.

8. C Kirby Dach – Saskatoon Blades, WHL

Offensive center who uses his body well and can still skate well enough for a big guy. Quick hands with an offense first mentality.  Great vision and passing skills with a good wrist shot. Will sometimes pass up a good look to set up his teammates and could develop more of a shoot-first attitude. Could work on his acceleration and first steps to add some explosiveness to his skating.

9. LW/C Jakob Pelletier – Moncton Wildcats, QMJHL

A creative playmaker who is undersized at 5’9, but showcases very fast skating and high end stick handling skill. Likes to hold on to the puck and feel his way around the offensive end, picking out good passes with his high end vision. Needs to gain some strength to protect the puck a bit better, but has a shift quality that helps him navigate past defenders. Solid wrist shot that is used diversely to mix up his options.

10. C/RW Dylan Cozens – Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL

A power two-way center with a solid defensive game and good offensive skill. Uses his 6’3 frame well to command the center of the ice with a solid blend of power and skill. Has a lethal wrist shot and a great release, sometimes roving to the slot and setting up high screens. Also skates well for his size with a strong stride. Almost always working and using his size, especially down low with solid balance.

11. LW/RW Pavel Dorofeyev – Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL

Offensive winger with multiple talents and solid skating fundamentals with good edges and mobility. Has a quick release and powerful wrist shot. Can act as a playmaker with nice passing at times. Fast hands with good puck skills. Decent skater that could work on his explosiveness and first steps to blast past defenders.

12. C/RW Peyton Krebs – Kootenay Ice, WHL

Smart and fearless, plays a energy-filled game with some skill and drive, one of the safer projected lottery picks. Versatile forward with a high-compete level, safe NHL skills. Creates plays for teammates with playmaking skill and an array of passes. Uses saucer passes and threads the needle often with good vision. Solid wrist shot with a good release used on occasion when defenders respect his speed and back off.

13. RW Vasili Podkolzin – SKA St. Petersburg, MHL

Lethal two way sniper with a not only a great shot, but a good defensive mindset who doesn’t shy away from physical play. Deft hands with good puck skills and great anticipation off the play. Always seems to score highlight reel goals at an incredible pace. Plays a smart game to his strengths.

14. RW Simon Holmstrom – HV 71, SHL

Strong playmaking winger who is under just around 6’0 but plays with the strength you need off of the wing. Good shot with decent release in a dual pronged attack package with good pucks skills. Great speed and edges but needs to work on his one on one and poise, sometimes making wrong decisions.

15. LD Thomas Harley – Mississauga Steelheads, OHL

A very calm, puck moving defenseman who uses his composure and passing skill to effectively distribute the puck to his team and set up scoring chances. Finds good passes through traffic and breaks out the puck well. Skates well from the back end with short bursts of speed and good edges.

16. C/LW Alex Newhook – Victoria Grizzlies, BCHL

Speedy center who can kill you on offense with smooth hands and a deadly wrist shot. Playing in a weak league, Newhook showed some killer instinct, blasting past the 100 point mark with his offensive skill. Newhook’s hockey IQ is a big reason why he can succeed so well, manipulating plays well and capitalizing.

17. RD Moritz Seider – Adler Mannheim, DEL

Solid two-way defenseman with a large 6’4 frame who is solid in the defensive end and provides some decent offense with great vision and solid skating ability for a big guy.  Bomb of a shot from the point which can be developed to be a weapon. Potentially underrated offensive skillset due to limited offensive opportunities, although still needs work.

18. RD Victor Soderstrom – Brynas IF, SuperElit

Smooth skating mobile defenseman with solid two-way abilities. Doesn’t shy away from contact despite being sub 6’0. Great at picking out passes with good vision, especially breaking out of the zone. Solid poised decision-maker who could take some more risks and use his skill to jump in the rush more often and make something happen.

19. C Connor McMichael – London Knights, OHL

Goal-scoring center who’s burst onto the scene this year with London. Plays a very smart game with high end hockey IQ and smarts, anticipates the game very well. Loves to get down low and create offense, hustles back hard and plays a decent two-way game. Could put on some strength.

20. LD Cam York – U18’s, USNTDP

A puck-moving defenseman with great skating ability who loves to facilitate the offense with a growing presence. Moves the puck around well and can pick out sweet bullet passes. Owns a solid slapshot and hard wrist shot with a good release that generates some power. Could stand to work on a few defensive oriented issues such as positioning and physicality, but owns the speed and IQ to help out.

21. LD Ville Heinola – Lukko, Liiga

Intelligent puck moving defenseman who is offensively adept and can provide good support from the backend despite his size using his smart play and IQ. Evaluates the play and almost always chooses the best place to pass the puck or move to, resolving in not too many giveaways or pass errors. Skates well and agile, could stand to add a bigger physical presence into his game.

22. RW Patrik Puistola – Tappara, SM Liiga

Creative winger with decent speed and a nice shot, plays a very offensive oriented game with good vision. Doesn’t have very good physical attributes and gets beaten by more physical players, also doesn’t have very good defensive habits yet. High offensive potential.

23. RW Bobby Brink – Sioux City Musketeers, USHL

Lethal sniper who creates tons of chances to finish with a sick wrist shot through his elusive skating and quick acceleration paired with slick hands. A hard working winger who plays with a high level of energy whenever he steps onto the ice. Needs to develop some more strength to win puck battles and stay even better on the puck.

24. C/RW Raphael Lavoie – Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL

A smooth power forward who plays a smooth game and is very mobile for a 6’4 goal scorer. Uses his stick well with good puck control and lane disruption. Can also use his body well to help develop a play or hold off a defender often. Needs to work a bit on his puck distribution and vision to be a multi-pronged threat on the attack.

25. C Philip Tomasino – Niagara IceDogs, OHL

Hard working center who creates his own offensive with his work rate. Plays a consistent game in which he’s always visible on the ice, chasing after pucks and creating turnovers. Very good playmaker with solid vision and passing skills. Accurate wrist shot with a nice release, could gain a bit more velocity.

26. RW Nathan Legare – Baie-Comeau Drakkar, QMJHL

A hard working power forward who is a dog to play against, possessing a high compete level and some underrated wheels. Has a high level shot that can pierce the net from almost anywhere and a good hockey IQ used frequently.

27. C Ryan Suzuki – Barrie Colts, OHL

Smart playmaker with a wide range of passing skills and vision to pair with his strong hockey IQ. Decent pick skills with a strong motor, projecting similarly to his brother, but more of a true center at 6’0. Has an underrated shot which he could use more often.

28. LW/C Nicholas Robertson – Peterborough Petes, OHL

Brother of Jason Robertson, Nicholas plays a fast game with a speedy element and a powerful wrist shot. He uses a good knowledge of the game and his mobility to impress off of the wing. A smaller player, but one who plays hard and always gives maximum effort.

29. LD Philip Broberg – AIK, Allsvenskan

Modern style raw defenseman with great size and physicality to pair with an all around package of qualities like a good shot and passing combo with good vision and a good reach to disrupt pucks. Needs to work on finesse parts of skating like footwork and acceleration.

30. LW Arthur Kaliyev – Hamilton Bulldogs, OHL

American goal-scoring winger with a bomb of a wrist shot and great scoring abilities. Needs to work on his skating, it seems clunky and slow at times, and he isn’t the most consistent of players. Proven offensive threat with 31 goals in the OHL at 16 years old.

31. LD Marshall Warren – U18’s, USNTDP

Offensively adept and explosive skater are the two key points when it comes to Warren, a player who’s been kept in the shadow of Cam York for most of the season, but his offensive toolbox could be just as potent as most of the guys taken ahead of him. Can grow into a PPQB for a team and uses his IQ and stickhandling ability to get out of tough situations. Hard and accurate shot from the point.

32. RW/C Brett Leason – Prince Albert Raiders, WHL

Hard working overager who exploded this year with Prince Albert, rocketing him up draft lists. Uses his size well to make room for his lethal wrist shot. Plays the game at a high level of thinking.

33. LW Yegor Afanasyev – Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL

Solid power forward who has the finesse to finish and the skill to create plays from his size. Owns a slick wrist shot that can pierce the net and always plays the game as hard as he can.

34. LD Mikko Kokkonen – Jukurit, Liiga

Very solid two-way defenseman who shows good positioning and decent vision from the back. Average skater and could improve for sure, but is solid in both ends of the ice. Doesn’t really have too many standout abilities, most likely a safer pick.

35. LD Zachary Jones – Tri City Storm, USHL

Small puck-moving defenseman who packs an offensive punch with fantastic vision and distribution, spreading the puck across the ice. Has a quick release on his shot, with a power increase could be a good weapon. Battles hard and plays bigger than his size.

36. LW Samuel Poulin – Sherbrooke Phoenix, QMJHL

Big power forward who can provide some offensive skill and good vision off of the wing. Protects the puck very well with his size coming down the left wing. Needs a bit of work on his skating to complete his game.

37. LW Nolan Foote – Kelowna Rockets, WHL

Left wing sniper with a large build who impressed early but has since fallen down rankings with Kelowna. Has a rocket of a wrist shot and thinks the game well with a solid hockey IQ but could work on his skating. Laboured with recovery from collarbone injury this year.

38. LW Brayden Tracey – Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL

Physical sniper who plays a fierce game and is a lethal finisher. Takes his chances well and can feed his teammates in lucrative positions. Good skater with decent speed than likes to use his strength to beat out opponents.

39. LW Nils Hoglander – Rogle BK, SHL

Slightly undersized winger with a high-compete level and work ethic to keep him going. Possesses great vision and a quick release to his shot, helping to combat his lack of size. Quite bulky and strong for his 5’10 size, gets in dirty to retrieve pucks and works hard.

40. RD Anttoni Honka – JYP, Liiga

A puck-moving beast with some of the best passing skills in the draft. Follows the new age trend of flashy, speedy danglers from the back end with the pizazz of Dahlin. Slightly undersized and needs some defensive work, including positioning and patience.

41. C/LW Antti Saarela – Lukko, Jr A SM Liiga

200 foot center who contributes in many areas of the game including on the penalty kill and with some grit. 5’11 but plays like he’s 6’3 with strength and poise, not afraid to mix it up. Has soft hands and a quick wrist shot to his arsenal.

42. LD Ryan Johnson – Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL

A defensive sheriff on the back-end, using his smooth skating and poise to effectively control the defensive end with a calm effervescence. Questions about offensive potential and toolbox but skates well with the puck on his stick.

43. LD Matthew Robertson – Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL

An all-around defenseman who plays a smart and safe game from the back-end, taking calculated risks and playing consistently. Likes to slide down near the hash marks and make an offensive impact. Great skater with solid edges and no real holes in his game, but no dynamic attributes.

44. C Jamieson Rees – Sarnia Sting, OHL

Playmaking center who missed most of the year with an unfortunate kidney related injury, but showed he has the potential to be a top six weapon with a variety of assets like his ability to adjust his play to the style of game whether it be fast paced, gritty, or given more time on the puck.

45. C/LW John Beecher – U18’s, USNTDP

A rare breed not seen for a while, a power forward who plays down the middle but can skate like the wind with agility and finesse. Sets up well in the defensive end and can use his long stick to interrupt passes. Plays a great two way game.

46. C/LW Yegor Spiridonov – Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL

Lanky offensively talented center who can also shift to the wing. Uses his size and long reach to interrupt passes and break up plays. Good edges and agility to create space for his quick wrist shot.

47. RD Lassi Thompson – Kelowna Rockets, WHL

Offensive defenseman who always keeps his feet moving, jumping from zone to zone, firing passes and always looking to attack. Could work on his IQ and passing accuracy to avoid turnovers.

48. LD Tobias Bjornfot – Djurgarden IF, SuperElit

Physical two-way defenseman who plays a mature game and showcases a good shot from the point. Quite bulky and strong for a 6’0 defenseman, captained and showed leadership skills at the Hlinka.

49. LD Jayden Struble – St. Sebastian’s, USHS

Relatively unknown athletic defender who can crush out a hit but also jump into the offense from time to time and run the point with potential to become a PPQB. Athletically, the best in the draft in five categories, somewhat similar to K’Andre Miller in 2018, dominating power categories.

50. LW Dillon Hamaliuk – Kelowna Rockets, WHL

An injury limited the success of Hamaliuk’s year which started on a thunderous pace. Power forward with size and strength that can fire in goals with a powerful wrister or dish off the puck to a teammate. Could explode next year in Kelowna.

51. LD Jackson LaCombe – Shattuck St. Mary’s Midget Prep, USHS

Offensive defenseman transitioned from a forward who carries the puck and can make offense happen at any time.

52. LW Leevi Aaltonen – KalPa, Liiga

Playmaking winger that can push the pace with explosive speed and acceleration as well as score with a quick booming wrist shot. Defensively solid and great forechecker.

53. C Ilya E. Nikolayev – Loko Yaroslavl, MHL

One of the top defensive centers in the draft who can contribute some offense as well with good vision and playmaking skill.

54. RW Michal Teply – Bili Tygri Liberec, Extraliga

Euro talent who has a well rounded offensive game, pairing a high hockey IQ with his offensive talent; a good wrist shot and playmaking creativity.

55. LD Kim Nousiainen – SaiPa, Liiga

Undersized puck moving defenseman who has a high offensive production level which he brings to the offensive end when he sets up on the powerplay and can quarterback the offense.

56. LW Robert Mastrosimone – Chicago Steel, USHL

Skilled forward who can rip the puck and pick corners like the best of them in the draft. Quick skater and good stick handler, uses skill to get free and release elite wrist shot. Has the tools to develop into a top line forward.

57. LD Albert Johansson – Farjestad BK, SuperElit

Fast puck-moving defenseman who plays a highly intelligent game and can quarterback the power play with his offensive skill. Defensively solid and strong for his lack of size or muscle.

58. LW Marcus Kallionkelli – Sioux City Musketeers, USHL

Finnish winger with Brazillian roots who plays a fast paced offensive game as a solid goal scorer with a high end wrist shot.

59. RW Maxim Cajkovic – Saint John SeaDogs, QMJHL

Slovakian goal-scorer with a great shot and creative puck skills in a slick package. Really needs to improve the other parts of his game to be a valuable player. His defense and two-way game isn’t really there, all though the effort is, so if he can get some good guidance and just master some defensive abilities he’ll be a high level player.

60. RD Kaedan Korczak – Kelowna Rockets, WHL

Mobile defensive defenseman who can shut down the offense and works very well in one on one scenarios. Doesn’t take too many risks with the puck. Limited offensive ability.

61. C Henri Nikkanen – Jukurit, Liiga

Solid two-way center who displays a high processor of the game and is a very good and smooth skater with some decent speed. Has some nice puck-handling and can control the puck well, spreading it across the offensive end with good passes. Good 6’2 frame.

62. LW/RW Vladislav Firstov – Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL

Large power forward who uses his size well to his advantage to muscle off defenders and get off his quick wrist shot. Good puck control and hands to create space.

63. C/RW Shane Pinto – Lincoln Stars, USHL

Power center who uses his size to body defenders and carry the puck to the net. Good package of size, speed and skill. Projectable as a top six player with growth.

64. C John Farinacci – U18’s, USNTDP

Shifty playmaker who loves to use his hands to create space for his passing which he excels at with good vision.

65. LW Matias Macceli – Dubuque Fighting Saints, USHL

Speeding Finnish winger is one of the older players in the draft, but he demolished the USHL this year with 71 points. His acceleration and hands give him the space to release a quick wrist shot or pass off the puck with accuracy.

66. LW Daniil Gutik – Loko Yaroslavl, MHL

A big bodied playmaking winger with great hockey IQ and soft hands to make deft moves or spin off defenders. Needs to work on his skating, but shows a raw package of skill worth taking a risk on.

67. LD Henry Thrun – U18’s, USNTDP

Big defensive style defenseman who’s played very solid on defense and committed to Harvard in 2020. Plays a smart game and moves the puck well on both ends of the ice. Doesn’t provide much offense but can chip in with some assists and breakout passes.

68. C/RW Albin Grewe – Djurgarden IF, SHL

Dazzling stick-handler and speedy winger who works hard and puts in a shift when he plays. Doesn’t have the best hockey brain and gives away a lot of turnovers. Good playmaker who can play on the wing or down the middle. Needs to also work on his discipline.

69. LD Vladislav Kolyachonok – Flint Firebirds, OHL

Solid two-way defenseman who has a solid frame that works well at both ends of the ice. Offensively, he can quarterback the powerplay and likes to roam around and drop lower down towards the slot. High end edges.

70. RD Antti Tuomisto – Assat, JR SM Liiga

Large two way defender who cleans up the defensive zone with patience and breaks out the puck with purpose, picking out passes and starting the rush. Decent offense potential and good shot.

71. RW Samuel Fagemo – Frolunda HC, SHL

A meteoric rise for the Swedish overager, a now top six player in Sweden, Samuel is one of the top SHL goalscorers and can shoot the puck with power and accuracy. Finds many ways to get open and release his shot.

72. RD Drew Helleson – U18’s, USNTDP

Tidy two way defenseman who can shut down offensive players and break out the puck efficiently. Good skater who can carry the puck out of the zone.

73. RW/C Patrick Moynihan – U18’s, USNTDP

Physical two way winger who uses his strength to mix it up but also to his advantage offensively. Underrated production and offensive talent. Non stopping motor.

74. LW Gleb Petrov – Almaz Cherepovets, MHL

Gleb is an underexposed right shot left winger who’s split time between the MHL and NMHL, putting up very impressive numbers and nearly 2PPG in the NMHL. Fast skater with good acceleration and stick-handling who loves to receive the puck and cut into the middle with a shot or deke.

75. RW Graeme Clarke – Ottawa 76’s OHL

6’0 sniper who’s showed he has a good balance of hard work and talent, has a good wrist shot with a nice release and played well at the Hlinka, showing he belongs with the better players of the class.

76. LD Ben Brinkman – University of Minnesota, NCAA

Powerful defenseman with great skating ability and very skilled from the back end with passing, puck-handling and shooting relatively speaking. Played in the NCAA this year as a 2000 born player. Very tough and strong with good IQ.

77. RD Simon Lundmark – Linkoping HC, SHL

Two way defenseman who found his way onto the SHL squad this year, showing an advanced physical element. Likes to jump into the offensive zone and contribute offensively with sharp passes.

78. RD Billy Constantinou – Kingston Frontenacs, OHL

Offensive defenseman who can get creative with the puck and loves to hop into the rush. Fantastic skater who can turn on the jets and pick out solid passes. Could work on some defensive IQ to make a few better choices.

79. RW Alex Beaucage – Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, QMJHL

Large playmaking winger who can use his size effectively off the boards and on the puck to make a pass of get off a wrist shot.

80. LD Justin Bergeron – Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, QMJHL

Overager but a few short days, but Bergeron exploded this year with Quebec’s best team as a puck moving beast. High hockey IQ.

81. RD Ryan Siedem – Central Illinois Flying Aces, USHL

A calm two way defender who always seems to make the right decision and doesn’t panic on the puck. Plays a physical game and can chip in on offense too.

82. LD Alex Vlasic – U18’s, USNTDP

Huge defender who uses his size well and has a booming slapshot from the point. Hard to get around with huge size and long reach.

83. LW/C Harrison Blaisdell – Chilliwack Chiefs, BCHL

Speedy and creative forward who uses his offensive package to his advantage with good puck control and a nice shot.

84. LW Ethan Keppen – Flint Firebirds, OHL

Power winger who emerged from a horrible team to show some solid potential as a power forward with a scoring touch.

85. RD Kalle Loponen – Karpat, Jr SM A Liiga

Fast puck moving defenseman who showed his offensive flair in the Finnish second division this year. Agile defender who can deliver a solid hit and strip the puck away from attackers.

86. C Karl Henriksson – Frolunda HC, SuperElit

Complete two way center who had the pleasure of playing with Raymond and Holtz. Didn’t look out of place at all placing fantastic passes on the sticks of his teammates.

87. RW Tuukka Tieksola – Karpat, Jr SM Liiga

Rapid winger who dominated the SM Liiga, showing his danger as a playmaker, picking out passes and cross ice after getting loose with his speed and hands.

88. RW Dmitry Sheshin – Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL

A two way winger who plays the game with incredible effort and energy. A penalty kill dog who can chase the puck but also contribute on offense.

89. C/LW Nikola Pasic – Linkoping HC, SuperElit

Goalscoring forward who displays a soft set of hands with good puck handling skill. Good wrist shot and loves to find open spaces to receive passes and find the twine with a quick release. Plays a clean game and is getting some good SHL time.

90. LD Michael Vukojevic – Kitchener Rangers, OHL

Poised defender with elite skating ability and a solid NHL frame at 6’2 200lbs.  Very good all around with a high hockey IQ. Not the best offensive output or abilities but passable. Smart decision maker who could work on his shot from the point.

91. C Xavier Simoneau – Drummondville Voltigeurs, QMJHL

An undersized forward who digs in dirty and doesn’t let his size limit his play. Fantastic production this year as a high end playmaker for Drummondville.

92. C Matvei Guskov – London Knights, OHL

Good offensive center with a nice scoring touch, but also some good playmaking skills to match. Good physical frame, but needs to put on some strength to make good use. High hockey IQ and vision, thinks the game well.

93. C Albin Sundsvik – Skelleftea AIK, SuperElit

Speedy center with a quick and accurate wrist shot. Plays both ends of the ice hard and has a great two way game.

94. RW Josh Williams – Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL

Two way forward who competes hard and displays high end hockey IQ, making the right decision often. Relies heavily on his nice wrist shot with a quick release.

95. C Nikita Alexandrov – Charlottetown Islanders, QMJHL

German and Russian center, Alexandrov had an impressive year with Charlottetown, showing off his scoring touch off of wrist shots and one timers. All around decent offensively with creative passes and vision.

96. C/LW Valentin Nussbaumer – Shawinigan Cataractes, QMJHL

Offensive center who plays a high energy and hard working game. Is a natural center, but played left with in the NLA most recently, can play both well. Good wrist shot with a nice and quick release. Soft hands and good vision off of the wing and through the middle. Doesn’t always impress 24/7 but is a high-compete player.

97. LD Danil Misyul – Loko Yaroslavl, MHL

Stay at home defenseman who skates at a high level with great edges and good speed. Shuts down opposing defenders and makes poised plays with the puck.

98. C Blake Murray – Sudbury Wolves, OHL

Two-way center with a solid frame and a good motor. Solid skater with decent footwork and solid positioning on defense and around the net. Good straight-line speed but needs some side-to-side work. Good shielding ability to keep defenders off of the puck.

99. LD Dominick Fensore – U18’s, USNTDP

Explosive skater who loves the puck at his stick and great 5v5 producer. Could produce even more on the powerplay. Undersized and very small at 5’7.

100. LD Artemi Knyazev – Chicoutimi Sagueneens, QMJHL

Smooth skating, puck moving defenseman who excels at a solid two-way game and has looked sharp after making the transition from the MHL to the QMJHL with Chicoutimi. Exudes confidence in his game with skating and puck-moving and always gives a solid breakout pass.

101. LW/C Adam Beckman – Spokane Chiefs, WHL

102. LD Samuel Bolduc – Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, QMJHL

103. LD Ludvig Hedstrom – Djurgardens IF, SuperElit

104. C Arvid Costmar – Linkoping HC, SuperElit

105. LD Nikita Okhotyuk – Ottawa 76’s, OHL

106. RW Yegor Serdyuk – Victoriaville Tigres, QMJHL

107. C Oleg Zaitsev – Red Deer Rebels, WHL

108. RD Case McCarthy – U18’s USNTDP

109. RW Trevor Janicke – Central Illinois Flying Aces, USHL

110. RW Ondrej Psenicka – Sparta Praha, Czech U19

111. LW Rhett Pitlick – Chaster High, USHS

112. C/LW Amir Garayev – Kapitan Stupino, MHL

113. LW Martin Lang – Kamloops Blazers, WHL

114. RW Bryce Brodzinski – Omaha Lancers, USHL

115. LD Roman Bychkov – Loko Yaroslavl, MHL

116. LW/C Alexander Campbell – Victoria Grizzlies, BCHL

117. LW Luke Toporowski – Portland Winterhawks, WHL

118. LD Semyon Chistyakov – Tolpar Ufa, MHL

119. LD Mattias Norlinder – MODO, Allsvenskan

120. RD Martin Hugo Has – Tappara, Jr SM Liiga

121. C/RW Aaron Huglen – Fargo Force, USHL

122. LW Nicholas Porco – Saginaw Spirit, OHL

123. C Vojtech Strondala – HC Kometa Brno, Extraliga

124. LD Iivari Räsänen – Tappara, Jr A SM Liiga

125. C/RW David Karlstrom – AIK, SuperElit

126. C/RW Ethan Phillips – Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL

127. C Reese Newkirk – Portland Winterhawks, WHL

128. RW Mikhail Abramov – Victoriaville Tigres, QMJHL

129. RW/C Judd Caulfield – U18’s, USNTDP

130. RW Marek Berka – Litvinov, Czech U20

131. RD Ronnie Attard – Tri-City Storm, USHL

132. LD Mike Koster – Chaster High, USHS

133. C Ryder Donovan – Duluth High, USHS

134. C Juuso Parssinen – TPS, Jr SM Liiga

135. RD Andrei Pribylsky – MHK Dynamo Moskva, MHL

136. C/LW Lucas Feuk – Sodertalje SK, SuperElit

137. RW Aku Raty – Karpat, Jr SM Liiga

138. C Maxim Denezhkin – Loko Yaroslavl, MHL

139. RW Kirill Slepets – Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, KHL

140. LW/C Alexei Tsyplakov – CSKA Moskow, MHL

141. LW Daniel D’Amico – Windsor Spitfires, OHL

142. LW Henry Ryblinski – Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL

143. LW/C Max Wahlgren – Modo Hockey, SuperElit

144. RD Sean Larochelle – Victoriaville Tigres, QMJHL

145. RD Simon Gnyp – Kolner Haie, DEL

146. LD Braden Doyle – Lawrence Academy, USHS

147. LW/C Michael Gildon – U18’s, USNTDP

148. RW Anthony Romano – Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL

149.  LW/C Yegor Chinakhov – Osmkie Yastreby, MHL

150. RW Yaroslav Likhachyov – Gatineau Olympiques, QMJHL

151. LD Layton Ahac – Prince George Spruce Kings, BCHL

152. RW/C Marcel Barinka – Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL

153. RD/RW Cole Moberg – Prince George Cougars, WHL

154. RW Sasha Mutala – Tri-City Americans, WHL

155. C Logan Barlage – Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL

156. LW Premysl Svoboda – Litvinov, Czech U20

157. RW Wilson Johansson – Rogle BK, SuperElit

158. LD Mitchell Brewer – Oshawa Generals, OHL

159. C/RW Yannick Valenti – Vancouver Giants, WHL

160. LD Alexander Popovic – MODO Hockey, SuperElit

161. C Alexei Protas – Prince Albert Raiders, WHL

162. RW Wiljami Myllylä – HIFK, Jr SM A Liiga

163. LW/C Massimo Rizzo – Penticton Vees, BCHL

164. LW Stepan Starkov – HK Sochi, KHL

165. LW Jami Krannila – Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL

166. LW/RW Oscar Lawner – Farjestad BK, SuperElit

167. RW Danil Antropov – Oshawa Generals, OHL

168. LD Cade Webber – U18’s USNTDP

169. LW Aarne Intoven – TPS, Jr A SM Liiga

170. RW Kyen Sopa – Niagara IceDogs, OHL

171. C Adam Najman – Bili Tygri Liberec, Extraliga

172. RW Charles Eklund – Mora IK, SuperElit

173. LW/C Arseni Gritsyuk – Osmkie Yastreby, MHL

174. RW Cole Mackay – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL

175. LW Takhir Mingachev – Samara, VHL

176. C Keean Washkurak – Mississauga Steelheads, OHL

177. RW Filip Koffer – Dynamo Parubice, Czech

178. C Konsta Hirvonen – HIFK, Jr SM Liiga

179. LW Xavier Parent – Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL

180. C Petr Cajka – Erie Otters, OHL

181. LD Jake Lee – Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL

182. C Oscar Bjerselius – Djurgarden IF, SuperElit

183. LD Christopher Merisier-Ortiz – Baie-Comeau Drakkar, QMJHL

184. LW Brooklyn Kalmikov – Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, QMJHL

185. RD Max Guenette – Val d’Or Foreurs, QMJHL

186. RW Cole Schwindt – Mississauga Steelheads, OHL

187. RW Mikko Petman – Lukko, Jr SM Liiga

188. LW Danny Weight – U18’s, USNTDP

189. LW Brett Budgell – Charlottetown Islanders, QMJHL

190. LD Ilya Mironov – Loko Yaroslavl, MHL

191. C Vladislav Mikhailov – MHK Dynamo Moskva, MHL

192. LW/RW Elmer Soderblom – Frolunda HC, SuperElit

193. LW Joe Carroll – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL

194. LW Vladimir Alistrov – Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL

195. C Josh Nodler – Fargo Force, USHL

196. C Grant Silanoff – Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, USHL

197. RW Valtteri Ojantakanen – Jokerit, Jr SM Liiga

198. C Koby Morrisseau – Regina Pats, WHL

199. C/RW Filip Prikryl – Saint John SeaDogs, QMJHL

200. LW Martin Beranek – Motor Ceske Budejovice, Czech 2

201. C Gabriel Denis – Shawinigan Cataractes, QMJHL

202. RW/LW Alexander Gordin – CSKA Moscow, MHL

203. LD Quinn Schmiemann – Kamloops Blazers, WHL

204. C Owen Lindmark – U18’s, USNTDP

205. C/LW Filiph Åström – Frolunda HC, SuperElit

206. LD Jackson van de Leest – Calgary Hitmen, WHL

207. RD Samuel Johannesson – Rogle BK, SuperElit

208. RW Jonas Peterek – HC Frydek-Mistek, Czech2

209. C/LW Isac Andersson – Frolunda HC, SuperElit

210. LW Matias Mäntykivi – SaiPa, Jr SM Liiga

211. RW Kyle Topping – Kelowna Rockets, WHL

212. C/LW Simon Jellus – Lulea HF, SuperElit

213. C/LW Anton Larsson – Djurgarden IF, SuperElit

214. C Tag Bertuzzi – Hamilton Bulldogs, OHL

215. RD Jeremie Bucheler – Victoria Grizzlies, BCHL

216. LD Lev Starikov – Windsor Spitfires, OHL

217. C/LW Joel Wahlgren – Modo Hockey, SuperElit

218. RW/C Vladislav Shutov – Reaktor Nizhnikamsk, MHL

219. LD Jarret Baker – Drummondville Voltigeurs, QMJHL

220. RD Noah Laaouan – Charlottetown Islanders, QMJHL

221. RW Eric Uba – Flint Firebirds, OHL

222. RD Jack York – Barrie Colts, OHL

223. LW/C Danil Zinovyev – Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk, MHL

224. RD Grayson Ladd – Windsor Spitfires, OHL

225. C Garrett Pinoniemi – Holy Family Catholic, USHS

226. LD Lucas Peric – Ottawa 76’s, OHL

227. LW Erik Cermak – Peterborough Petes, OHL

228. LD Nikita Sedov – Regina Pats, WHL

229. RD David Aebischer – Gatineau Olympiques, QMJHL

230. RD Andrew Perrott – Owen Sound Attack, OHL

231. LW Jonathan Brinkman – Aalborg Pirates, Denmark

232. C Carl Wassenius – AIK, SuperElit

233. LW Oliver Okuliar – Sherbrooke Phoenix, QMJHL

234. C Cody Morgan – Flint Firebirds, OHL

235. LD Gianni Fairbrother – Everett Silvertips, WHL

236. RD Jayden Lee – Powell River Kings, BCHL

237. RD Jacob LeGuerrier – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL

238. C Keegan Stevenson – Guelph Storm, OHL

239. LD Nathan Staios – Windsor Spitfires, OHL

240. C Nathan Dunkley – London Knights, OHL

241. LD Alfred Barklund – Orebro HK, SuperElit

242. C Alex Young – Canmore Eagles, AJHL

243. LW/C Ivan Kazakov – Kapitan Stupino, MHL

244. LW Jacob Winterton – Flint Firebirds, OHL

245. LW Matthew Brown – Des Moines Buccaneers, USHL

246. LW Ethan Leyh – Langley Rivermen, BCHL

247. C Dean Schwenninger – Zug, Swiss Jr A

248. RW Michal Mrazik – Rogle BK, SuperElit

249. C/LW Daniil Berestnev – Val d’Or Foreurs, QMJHL

250. C Mathias Hanninen – KooKoo, Jr SM Liiga

251. C Lynden Breen – Central Illinois Flying Aces, USHL

252. RD Ethan Frisch – Green Bay Gamblers, USHL

253. LD Nikita Vaschenko – SKA St Petersburg, MHL

254. RW Maxim Shabanov – Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk, MHL

255. LD Liam Ross – Sudbury Wolves, OHL

256. C Brady Meyer – Des Moines Buccaneers, USHL

257. LW/C Brendan Budy – Tri-City Storm, USHL

258. C Ilya Safonov – Irbis Kazan, MHL

259. RW David Kope – Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL

260. C Jordan Frasca – Windsor Spitfires, OHL

261. LD Vadim Antipin – Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL

262. LW Gunnarwolfe Fontaine – Chicago Steel, USHL

263. LD Kirby Proctor – Des Moines Buccaneers, USHL

264. C Mason Primeau – Guelph Storm, OHL

265. RW Zachary Okabe – Grande Prairie Storm, AJHL

266. LW/C Matej Toman – Prince George Cougars, WHL

267. C Luka Burzan – Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL

268. C Travis Treloar – Chicago Steel, USHL

269. LD Cooper Moore – Brunswick Prep, USHS

270. LD Nathan Allensen – Barrie Colts, OHL

271. C Ty Jackson – Dubuque Fighting Saints, USHL

272. RW Felix-Antoine Marcotty – Chicoutimi Saguenéens, QMJHL

273. C Ethan Browne – Prince George Cougars, WHL

274. C/LW Mika Cyr – Moncton Wildcats, QMJHL

275. LW Jackson Niedermayer – Penticton Vees, BCHL

276. LW Maxim Golod – Erie Otters, OHL

277. RW John Malone – Youngstown Phantoms, USHL

278. Eric Ciccolini – Toronto Jr. Canadiens, OJHL

279. RD William Francis – Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, USHL

280. LW/C Taro Jentzsch – Sherbrooke Phoenix, QMJHL

281. RD Hunter Skinner – Lincoln Stars, USHL

282. C/LW Lukas Rousek – Sparta Praha, Extraliga

283. C Lev Komissarov – Krasnaya Armiya Moskva, MHL

284. LD Samuel Sjolund – AIK, SuperElit

285. LD Jonatan Lundgren – Skelleftea AIK, SuperElit

286. RW Jacob Braccini – Buffalo High, USHS

287. C Artyom Galimov – Bars Kazan, VHL

288. LD Marc del Gaizo – UMass, NCAA

289. RD Max Crozier – Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL

290. LW Yannick Bruschweiler – ZSC Lions, NLA

291. LD Luke Bast – Brooks Bandits, AJHL

292. LD Alex Brannstam – Djurgardens IF, SuperElit

293. C Jacob Gronhagen – HV71, SuperElit

294. C Trevor Kuntar – Youngstown Phantoms, USHL

295. RD Otto Latvala – LeKi, Mestis

296. C Kristian Tanus – Jukurit, Liiga

297. RD Albert Lyckasen – Linkoping, SuperElit

298. LW Jan Bambula – AZ Havirov, Czech2

299. RD Oliver Turan – Drummondville Voltigeurs, QMJHL

300. LD Clay Hanus – Portland Winterhawks, WHL


1. G Spencer Knight – U18’s, USNTDP

2. G Hugo Alnefelt – HV71, SuperElit

3. G Ilya Konovalov – Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, KHL

4. G Hunter Jones – Peterborough Petes, OHL

5. G Mads Sogaard – Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL

6. G Dustin Wolf – Everett Silvertips, WHL

7. G Lukas Parik – Liberec, Czech U19

8. G Colten Ellis – Rimouski Oceanic, QMJHL

9. G Isaiah Saville – Tri-City Storm, USHL

10. G Pyotr Kochetov – Ryazan, VHL

11. G Cameron Rowe – U18’s, USNTDP

12. G Taylor Gauthier – Prince George Cougars, WHL

13. G Trent Miner – Vancouver Giants, WHL

14. G Samuel Hlavaj – Slovakia U20, Slovakia

15. G Roope Taponen – HIFK, Jr A SM Liiga

16. G Nolan Maier – Saskatoon Blades, WHL

17. G Alexandros Aslanidis – U18’s, USNTDP

18. G Ethan Anders – Red Deer Rebels, WHL

19. G Victor Ostman – HV71, SuperElit

20. G Mack Guzda – Owen Sound Attack, OHL

21. G Kari Piiroinen – Windsor Spitfires, OHL

22. G Jan Skorpik – Sparta Praha, Czech U19

23. G Roman Basran – Kelowna Rockets, WHL

24. G Matthew Davis – Spruce Grove Saints, AJHL

25. G Nicolas Daws – Guelph Storm, OHL

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