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2021-22 NHL Thread
Still looking for that puck icon up there, GTS....oh, well. Never too early to discuss next season and the offseason moves...oh, and there's an Expansion Draft as well.

As for me and mine, we watching our fave adopted team:

Could the Golden Knights trade for Buffalo’s Jack Eichel?

Quote:..chatter about a possible deal starts to increase and multiple NHL insiders leak word that the Knights are at least kicking the tires on the idea of pursuing (forward) Eichel.

If healthy, Eichel would give the Knights an elite playmaker/scorer that’s missing from the current roster and help the Knights match up with other top pivots in the Western Conference such as Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon and McDavid.

He’d also improve a power play that’s in desperate need of an upgrade.

This past season, Eichel finished with two goals and 18 points in 21 games before he was shut down with a neck injury.
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July 21: 2021 NHL Expansion Draft (Seattle), 8 p.m. (ESPN2)

July 23: Round 1 of the 2021 NHL Draft, 8 p.m. (ESPN2)

July 24: Rounds 2-7 of the 2021 NHL Draft, 11 a.m. (NHL Network)

July 28: Free agency opens, 12 p.m.

Mid-September: NHL Prospects Showcase in Tampa

Mid-Late September: Training camp begins

Late September: 2021 preseason begins

Mid-October: 2021-22 regular season begins

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The Seattle Kraken’s expansion draft moves could shake the NHL to its core

Quote:In ten days, the Seattle Kraken will post its first-ever roster for the hockey world to see. 30 of the league 31 teams, excluding the Vegas Golden Knights, will lose one player to the Kraken. Vegas is exempt from the expansion draft and will not receive a share of the $650 million expansion fee from Seattle.

Remember 2017?

Last time out Florida blundered badly in regards to its then roster by using the 8-1 protection scheme. The nine protected players were Aleksander Barkov, Nick Bjugstad, Jonathan Huberdeau, Vincent Trocheck, Aaron Ekblad, Keith Yandle, Mark Pysyk and James Reimer.

The Panthers traded Reilly Smith to the Golden Knights so Vegas would select 30-goal scorer Jonathan Marchessault on a dark day that continues to live in infamy. Florida got back a fourth-round pick in 2018 that ended up being part of the trade that brought Mike Hoffman from San Jose to South Florida.

Quote:Rules for the Kraken:

Seattle must select 14 forwards, nine defensemen and three goalies. The remaing four picks can be used on any position. In 2017, the Golden Knights used all four of these picks on defensemen.

The total value of cap hits for players the Kraken selects must total between 60 and 100 percent of the $81.5 million 2020-21 salary cap. So, they must finish the expansion draft with a cap hit of least $48.9 million.

Of the players Seattle selects, at least 20 of the 30 players must be under contract for the 2021-22 regular season. The other players they select are allowed to be pending free agents, but they can not select any more than 10 pending free agents.

The players Seattle selects are not eligible to be bought out of their contracts by the Kraken until after the completion of the 2021-22 season.

Protecting the Players:

Teams can choose between two protection schemes for its players: Either seven forwards, three defensemen and one goaltender for a total of 11 players, or teams can protect any combination of eight skaters, regardless of position, and a goalie. For example, a team could protect four defensemen and four forwards or even five defensemen and three forwards.

Teams are obligated to protect players with no-movement clauses in their contracts, unless the player elects to waive the clause for the purpose of the expansion draft. Calgary’s Milan Lucic is one player helping his team out by doing this. Teams do not have to protect players with no-trade clauses.

Players with only two pro seasons, and all unsigned draft choices, are exempt from the expansion draft.

Players still under contract but not expected to play again (there are 18 of them) due to long-term or chronic injury will be exempt from the draft. Florida does not have anyone who falls into this category.

Who is at risk of heading to Seattle?

Teams must expose two forwards and one defenseman who are under contract in 2021-22, have played in at least 27 NHL games the prior season, or played 54 NHL games in the previous two seasons.

For goalies, at least one must be under contract in 2021-22 or be a restricted free agent prior to 2021-22. If a goaltender is exposed who is a restricted free agent, he must have already received his qualifying offer

Seattle will be granted a 48-hour window prior to the draft to sign any unprotected pending free agent (restricted or unrestricted, one per team). If a team loses a player to the Kraken during the signing window, it will not have a player selected from its roster during the draft as this will count as Seattle’s selection.
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The initial betting lines for the 2022 Stanley Cup title were posted this week, and the Lightning are not the favorites. The last franchise to win three consecutive Stanley Cups was the New York Islanders, who actually won four straight championships from 1980 through 1983.

Here are the new odds for the 2022 Stanley Cup -- odds provided by PointsBet Sportsbook.

Team Odds
Colorado Avalanche +550
Vegas Golden Knights +550
Tampa Bay Lightning +650
Carolina Hurricanes +1100
Toronto Maple Leafs +1200
Boston Bruins +1600
Pittsburgh Penguins +2000
Minnesota Wild +2000
Edmonton Oilers +2200
Washington Capitals +2200
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Canes take the cup n 2022 :D
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(07-12-2021 09:20 PM)PirateTreasureNC Wrote:  https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/3180...-10-months

Heh....

they're just a bit crazy down in Tampoa, but this time I'll excuse them a bit...
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next week they begin theri story:

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just thought the flag on top of the needle was cool.
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Got in to a discussion of breakdown of players by nationality. They were convinced NHL is a lot of Russians & didn't believe me when I said it's dominated by Canadians & than Americans. They thought the Russia league would not only be inferior but not as high-paying. I told them a lot of Russians feel loyalty to their homeland league & the KHL is considered a competitive league.

Official Breakdown:
Canada 40%
US 30%
Russia 5%

Not even the old Soviet countries are enough to help Russia w/ the 5% as Sweden 10% & Finland 4% are also in the Top 5

I was right :) But I would've guessed Europe as a whole having a higher percentage.

I think my discussion helped show me why NHL is still 4th of the major US pro leagues. A lot of people (not just in my conversation yesterday; I've met others as well) don't realize how many Americans are actually playing in the league.
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(07-15-2021 11:01 PM)GoodOwl Wrote:  next week they begin theri story:

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just thought the flag on top of the needle was cool.

Eagerly awaiting the jersey reveal LOL.
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"The Hockey Theme" is a Canadian piece of theme music written in 1968 by Dolores Claman and orchestrated by Jerry Toth. It is widely recognized as Canada's unofficial second national anthem. The theme was associated with CBC Television's Hockey Night in Canada. Dolores Claman died during the week of 11–17 July 2021, in Spain. She was 94, and suffered from dementia in the two years prior to her death.

Hockey Night in Canada theme song composer Dolores Claman dead at 94

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Artist: Rush
Album: Moving Pictures
Song: "Limelight"
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Holy Crap:

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Quote:After backstopping the Montreal Canadiens to the Stanley Cup final, Carey Price has been left unprotected for the Seattle Kraken expansion draft.

Price could become the face of the NHL's 32nd franchise if general manager Ron Francis and his staff decide to take on one of the biggest contracts in hockey, though both TSN and Sportsnet reported Price might have to have surgery on his knee.

Price agreed to waive a clause in his contract to be exposed so Montreal could protect cheaper backup Jake Allen, but his goaltending ability, off-ice marketability and ties to the Pacific Northwest could make Price an attractive option even with a salary cap hit of $10.5 million US for five more years.

The 2015 MVP and Vezina Trophy winner is the biggest star left unprotected for the Kraken to select, but there's plenty of other talent available.

That's a bit hard to believe.
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Meet the Seattle Kraken
List of all 30 players selected to join the league's newest franchise.

Prior to the draft, 30 of the NHL's other 31 teams had to set their lists of protected and available players; the Vegas Golden Knights, having just entered the league in 2017, did not have to expose any players to the Kraken.

Atlantic Division

Jeremy Lauzon, D, Boston Bruins
Age: 24 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 204
2020-21 stats: 41 GP | 1 G | 7 A

William Borgen, D, Buffalo Sabres
Age: 24 | Ht: 6-3 | Wt: 198
2020-21 stats: 10 GP | 0 G | 0 A

Dennis Cholowski, D, Detroit Red Wings
Age: 23 | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 197
2020-21 stats: 16 GP | 1 G | 2 A

Chris Driedger, G, Florida Panthers
Age: 27 | Ht: 6-4 | Wt: 205
2020-21 stats: 23 GP | 2.07 GAA | .927 SV%

Cale Fleury, D, Montreal Canadiens
Age: 22 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 213
2020-21 stats (AHL): 22 GP | 0 G | 6 A

Joey Daccord, G, Ottawa Senators
Age: 24 | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 197
2020-21 stats: 8 GP | 3.27 GAA | .897 SV%

Yanni Gourde, C, Tampa Bay Lightning
Age: 29 | Ht: 5-9 | Wt: 173
2020-21 stats: 56 GP | 17 G | 19 A

Jared McCann, C, Toronto Maple Leafs
Age: 25 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 185
2020-21 stats: 43 GP | 14 G | 18 A

Metropolitan Division

Morgan Geekie, C, Carolina Hurricanes
Age: 23 | Ht: 6-3 | Wt: 193
2020-21 stats: 36 GP | 3 G | 6 A

Gavin Bayreuther, D, Columbus Blue Jackets
Age: 27 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 195
2020-21 stats: 9 GP | 1 G | 0 A

Nathan Bastian, RW, New Jersey Devils
Age: 23 | Ht: 6-4 | Wt: 205
2020-21 stats: 41 GP | 3 G | 7 A

Jordan Eberle, RW, New York Islanders
Age: 31 | Ht: 5-11 | Wt: 187
2020-21 stats: 55 GP | 16 G | 17 A

Colin Blackwell, C, New York Rangers
Age: 28 | Ht: 5-9 | Wt: 190
2020-21 stats: 47 GP | 12 G | 10 A

Carsen Twarynski, LW, Philadelphia Flyers
Age: 23 | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 198
2020-21 stats: 7 GP | 0 G | 0 A

Brandon Tanev, LW, Pittsburgh Penguins
Age: 29 | Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 180
2020-21 stats: 32 GP | 7 G | 9 A

Vitek Vanecek, G, Washington Capitals
Age: 25 | Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 165
2020-21 stats: 37 GP | 2.69 GAA | .908 SV%


Central Division

Tyler Pitlick, C, Arizona Coyotes
Age: 29 | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 200
2020-21 stats: 38 GP | 6 G | 5 A

John Quenneville, C, Chicago Blackhawks
Age: 25 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 195
2020-21 stats (AHL): 16 GP | 1 G | 1 A

Joonas Donskoi, RW, Colorado Avalanche
Age: 29 | Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 190
2020-21 stats: 51 GP | 17 G | 14 A

Jamie Oleksiak, D, Dallas Stars
Age: 28 | Ht: 6-7 | Wt: 255
2020-21 stats: 56 GP | 6 G | 8 A

Carson Soucy, D, Minnesota Wild
Age: 26 | Ht: 6-5 | Wt: 210
2020-21 stats: 50 GP | 1 G | 16 A

Calle Jarnkrok, C, Nashville Predators
Age: 29 | Ht: 5-11 | Wt: 186
2020-21 stats: 49 GP | 13 G | 15 A

Vince Dunn, D, St. Louis Blues
Age: 24 | Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 203
2020-21 stats: 43 GP | 6 G | 14 A

Mason Appleton, C, Winnipeg Jets
Age: 25 | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 193
2020-21 stats: 56 GP | 12 G | 13 A

Pacific Division

Haydn Fleury, D, Anaheim Ducks
Age: 25 | Ht: 6-3 | Wt: 208
2020-21 stats: 47 GP | 3 G | 1 A

Mark Giordano, D, Calgary Flames
Age: 37 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 200
2020-21 stats: 56 GP | 9 G | 17 A

Adam Larsson, D, Edmonton Oilers
Age: 28 | Ht: 6-3 | Wt: 208
2020-21 stats: 56 GP | 4 G | 6 A

Kurtis MacDermid, D, Los Angeles Kings
Age: 27 | Ht: 6-5 | Wt: 240
2020-21 stats: 28 GP | 2 G | 2 A

Alexander True, C, San Jose Sharks
Age: 24 | Ht: 6-5 | Wt: 200
2020-21 stats: 7 GP | 0 G | 1 A

Kole Lind, RW, Vancouver Canucks
Age: 22 | Ht: 6-1 | Wt: 178
2020-21 stats: 7 GP | 0 G | 0 A

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Was the deal that you could only take a maximum of one unprotected player from a particular team (sans Vegas)? Or did it just work out that way?
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(07-22-2021 08:47 AM)BobcatEngineer Wrote:  Was the deal that you could only take a maximum of one unprotected player from a particular team (sans Vegas)? Or did it just work out that way?

Yes, one player per team sans Vegas. Of course, not all these players will actually play for Seattle. Trades will inevitably come, especially with the regular NHL entry draft still to come.
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Next up is the 2021 NHL draft which will be held in a virtual format from July 23-24.

The Buffalo Sabres will have the first pick after winning the draft lottery. The expansion Seattle Kraken will make their first pick in franchise history at No. 2, and the Anaheim Ducks will pick third.

The top prospects available include Owen Power and Matthew Beniers from the University of Michigan, as well as Luke Hughes, Dylan Guenther...

Round 1

1. Buffalo Sabres
2. Seattle Kraken
3. Anaheim Ducks
4. New Jersey Devils
5. Columbus Blue Jackets
6. Detroit Red Wings
7. San Jose Sharks
8. Los Angeles Kings
9. Vancouver Canucks
10. Ottawa Senators
11. Forfeited pick*
12. Chicago Blackhawks
13. Calgary Flames
14. Philadelphia Flyers
15. Dallas Stars
16. New York Rangers
17. St. Louis Blues
18. Winnipeg Jets
19. Nashville Predators
20. Edmonton Oilers
21. Boston Bruins
22. Minnesota Wild
23. Detroit Red Wings (from WSH)
24. Florida Panthers
25. Columbus Blue Jackets (from TOR)
26. Minnesota Wild (from PIT)
27. Carolina Hurricanes
28. Colorado Avalanche
29. New Jersey Devils (from NYI)
30. Vegas Golden Knights
31. Montreal Canadiens
32. Columbus Blue Jackets (from TBL)

*Pick 11 - The Coyotes were forced to surrender their 2021 first-round pick, as well as last year's second-round pick, after violating the NHL's rules on pre-combine testing.
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Schedule's are out and a sweet opening night it will be:

Opening night is Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021 featuring the Pittsburgh Penguins visiting the Tampa Bay Lightning, who will raise their Stanley Cup championship banner. The expansion Seattle Kraken will also play their first game as they travel to Las Vegas to take on the league's other recent expansion team, the Vegas Golden Knights!

So, we'll get first crack at crackin' the Kraken!
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Also, All-Star Weekend is scheduled for Feb. 4-5, 2022 in Las Vegas. The Strip will be hoppin' those nights!
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Not sure I understand the moves the Canes are making so far.... Reserving judgement till the final product gets on the ice.... I'm no hockey aficionado... just odd some players are leaving while others staying.... and considering some other signings that have to happen over the summer for us...
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2021 NHL Entry Draft

ROUND 1

1. Buffalo Sabres: Owen Power, D, Michigan (Big Ten)
2. Seattle Kraken: Matthew Beniers, C, Michigan (Big Ten)
3. Anaheim Ducks: Mason McTavish, C, Peterborough (OHL)
4. New Jersey Devils: Luke Hughes, D, USA U-18 (NTDP)
5. Columbus Blue Jackets: Kent Johnson, C, Michigan (Big Ten)
6. Detroit Red Wings: Simon Edvinsson, D, Frolunda Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
7. San Jose Sharks: William Eklund, LW, Djurgarden (Sweden)
8. Los Angeles Kings: Brandt Clarke, D, Barrie (OHL)
9. Arizona Coyotes: Dylan Guenther, RW, Edmonton (WHL)
10. Ottawa Senators: Tyler Boucher, RW, Team: USA U-18 (NTDP)
11. Arizona Coyotes: Forfeited
*The Coyotes were forced to surrender their 2021 first-round pick at No. 11 overall after violating the NHL's rules on pre-combine testing.
12. Columbus Blue Jackets: Cole Sillinger, C, Sioux Falls (USHL)
13. Calgary Flames: Matthew Coronato, RW, Chicago (USHL)
14. Buffalo Sabres: Isak Rosen, RW, Leksand (Sweden)
15. Detroit Red Wings: Sebastian Cossa, G, Edmonton (WHL)
16. New York Rangers: Brennan Othmann, LW, Flint (OHL)
17. St. Louis Blues: Zachary Bolduc, C, Rimouski (QMJHL)
18. Winnipeg Jets: Chaz Lucius, C, USA U-18 (NTDP)
19. Nashville Predators: Fedor Svechkov, C, Togliatti (Russia 2)
20. Minnesota Wild: Jesper Wallstedt, G, Lulea (Sweden)
21. Boston Bruins: Fabian Lysell, RW, Lulea (Sweden)
22. Edmonton Oilers: Xavier Bourgault, C, Shawinigan (QMJHL)
23. Dallas Stars: Wyatt Johnston, C, Windsor (OHL)
24. Florida Panthers: Mackie Samoskevich, RW, Chicago (USHL)
25. Columbus Blue Jackets: Corson Ceulemans, D, Brooks (AJHL)
26. Minnesota Wild: Carson Lambos, D, Winnipeg (WHL)
27. Nashville Predators: Zachary L'Heureux, LW, Halifax (QMJHL)
28. Colorado Avalanche: Oskar Olausson, RW, HV71 (Sweden)
29. New Jersey Devils: Chase Stillman, RW, Sudbury (OHL)
30. Vegas Golden Knights: Zach Dean, C, Gatineau (QMJHL)
31. Montreal Canadiens: Logan Mailloux, D, London (GOJHL)
32. Chicago Blackhawks: Nolan Allan, D, Prince Albert (WHL)

ROUND 2

33. Buffalo Sabres: Prokhor Poltapov, LW, CSKA-2 (Russia Jr.)
34. Anaheim Ducks: Olen Zellweger, D, Everett (WHL)
35. Seattle Kraken: Ryker Evans, D, Regina (WHL)
36. Detroit Red Wings: Shai Buium, D, Sioux City (USHL)
37. Arizona Coyotes: Josh Doan, RW, Chicago (USHL)
38. Vegas Golden Knights: Daniil Chayka, D, CSKA (Russia)
39. Ottawa Senators: Zack Ostapchuk, C, Vancouver (WHL)
40. Carolina Hurricanes: Scott Morrow, D, Shattuck St. Mary's (High MN)
41. Vancouver Canucks: Danila Klimovich, RW, Minsk Zubry (Belarus 2)
42. Los Angeles Kings: Francesco Pinelli, C, Kitchener (OHL)
43. Arizona Coyotes: Ilya Fedotov, LW, Nizhny Novgorod 2 (Russia Jr.)
44. Carolina Hurricanes: Aleksi Heimosalmi, D, Assat Jr. (Finland Jr.)
45. Calgary Flames: William Stromgren, LW, Modo (Sweden 2)
46. Philadelphia Flyers: Samu Tuomaala, RW, Karpat (Finland Jr.)
47. Dallas Stars: Logan Stankoven, C, Kamloops (WHL)
48. Dallas Stars: Artem Grushnikov, D, CSKA-2 (Russia Jr.)
49. Ottawa Senators: Ben Roger, D, London (OHL)
50. Winnipeg Jets: Nikita Chibrikov, RW, St. Petersburg (Russia)
51. Carolina Hurricanes: Ville Koivunen, RW, Karpat Jr. (Finland Jr.)
52. New York Islanders: Aatu Raty, C, Karpat (Finland)
53. Buffalo Sabres: Aleksandr Kisakov, LW, Dynamo Moscow-2 (Russia Jr.)
54. Minnesota Wild: Jack Peart, D, Grand Rapids (High MN)
55. Washington Capitals: Vincent Iorio, D, Brandon (WHL)
56. Florida Panthers: Evan Nause, D, Quebec (QMJHL)
57. Toronto Maple Leafs: Matthew Knies, LW, Tri-City (USHL)
58. Pittsburgh Penguins: Tristan Broz, C, Fargo (USHL)
59. Los Angeles Kings: Samuel Helenius, C, JYP (Finland)
60. Arizona Coyotes: Janis Moser, D, Biel (Switzerland)
61. Colorado Avalanche: Sean Behrens, D, USA U-18 (NTDP)
62. Chicago Blackhawks: Colton Dach, C, Saskatoon (WHL)
63. Montreal Canadiens: Riley Kidney, C, Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)
64. Montreal Canadiens: Oliver Kapanen, C, Kalpa Jr. (Finland Jr.)

ROUND 3

65. New York Rangers: Jayden Grubbe, C, Red Deer (WHL)
66. Anaheim Ducks: Sasha Pastujov, RW, USA U-18 (NTDP)
67. Seattle Kraken: Ryan Winterton, C, Hamilton (OHL)
68. New Jersey Devils: Samu Salminen, C, Jokerit Jr. (Finland Jr.)
69. Columbus Blue Jackets: Stanislav Svozil, D, Brno (Czech)
70. Detroit Red Wings: Carter Mazur, LW, Tri-City (USHL)
71. St. Louis Blues: Simon Robertsson, RW, Skelleftea (Sweden)
72. Nashville Predators: Anton Olsson, D, Malmo (Sweden)
73. Dallas Stars: Ayrton Martino, LW, Omaha (USHL)
74. Ottawa Senators: Oliver Johansson, LW, Timra (Sweden)
75. New York Rangers: Ryder Korczak, C, Moose Jaw (WHL)
76. Anaheim Ducks: Tyson Hinds, D, Rimouski (QMJHL)
77. Calgary Flames: Cole Huckins, C, Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)
78. Philadelphia Flyers: Aleksei Kolosov, G, Minsk (Russia)
79. Dallas Stars: Justin Ertel, LW, Summerside (MHL)
80. Washington Capitals: Brent Johnson, D, Sioux Falls (USHL)
81. San Jose Sharks: Benjamin Gaudreau, G, Sarnia (OHL)
82. Winnipeg Jets: Dmitry Kuzmin, D, Molodechno (Belarus)
83. Carolina Hurricanes: Patrik Hamrla, G, Karlovy Vary (Czech)
84. Los Angeles Kings: Kirill Kirsanov, D, St. Petersburg (Russia)
85. Boston Bruins: Brett Harrison, C, Oshawa (OHL)
86. Minnesota Wild: Caedan Bankier, C, Kamloops (WHL)
87. Montreal Canadiens: Dmitri Kostenko, D, Spartak (Russia)
88. Buffalo Sabres: Stiven Sardarian, RW, CSKA-2 (Russia Jr.)
89. Calgary Flames: Cameron Whynot, D, Halifax (QMJHL)
90. Edmonton Oilers: Luca Munzenberger, D, Koln Jr. (Germany Jr.)
91. Chicago Blackhawks: Taige Harding, D, Fort McMurray (AJHL)
92. Colorado Avalanche: Andrei Buyalsky, C, Dubuque (USHL)
93. New York Islanders: Tristan Lennox, G, Saginaw (OHL)
94. Carolina Hurricanes: Aidan Hreschuk, D, USA U-18 (NTDP)
95. Buffalo Sabres: Josh Bloom, LW, Saginaw (OHL)
96. Tampa Bay Lightning: Roman Schmidt, D, Kitchener (OHL)

ROUND 4

97. Buffalo Sabres: Olivier Nadeau, RW, Shawinigan (QMJHL)
98. Anaheim Ducks: Joshua Lopina, C, UMass (H-East)
99. Seattle Kraken: Ville Ottavainen, D, JYP (Finland)
100. New Jersey Devils: Jakub Malek, G, Vsetin (Czech-2)
101. Columbus Blue Jackets: Guillaume Richard, D, Tri-City (USHL)
102. Vegas Golden Knights: Jakub Brabenec, C, Brno (Czech)
103. San Jose Sharks: Gannon Laroque, D, Victoria (WHL)
104. New York Rangers: Brody Lamb, RW, Dodge County (High MN)
105. Chicago Blackhawks: Ethan Del Mastro, D, Mississauga (OHL)
106. New York Rangers: Kalle Vaisanen, LW, TPS (Finland)
107. Arizona Coyotes: Emil Martinsen Lilleberg, D, Oskarshamn (Sweden)
108. Chicago Blackhawks: Victor Stjernborg, C, Vaxjo (Sweden)
109. Carolina Hurricanes: Jackson Blake, RW, Eden Prairie (High MN)
110. Philadelphia Flyers: Brian Zanetti, D, Peterborough (OHL)
111. Dallas Stars: Conner Roulette, LW, Seattle (WHL)
112. New York Rangers: Talyn Boyko, G, Tri-City (WHL)
113. Montreal Canadiens: William Trudeau, D, Charlottetown (QMJHL)
114. Detroit Red Wings: Redmond Savage, C, USA U-18 (NTDP)
115. Nashville Predators: Ryan Ufko, D, Chicago (USHL)
116. Edmonton Oilers: Jake Chiasson, C, Brandon (WHL)
117. Boston Bruins: Philip Svedeback, G, Vaxjo Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
118. Minnesota Wild: Kyle Masters, D, Red Deer (WHL)
119. Washington Capitals: Joaquim Lemay, D, Salmon Arm (BCHL)
120. Florida Panthers: Vladislav Lukashevich, D, Yaroslavl 2 (Russia Jr.)
121. San Jose Sharks: Ethan Cardwell, RW, Barrie (OHL)
122. Arizona Coyotes: Rasmus Korhonen, G, Assat (Finland)
123. Ottawa Senators: Carson Latimer, RW, Edmonton (WHL)
124. Nashville Predators: Jack Matier, D, Ottawa (OHL)
125. New York Islanders: Cameron Berg, C, Muskegon (USHL)
126. Tampa Bay Lightning: Dylan Duke, LW, US U-18 (NTDP)
127. Minnesota Wild: Josh Pillar, C, Kamloops (WHL)
128. Vegas Golden Knights: Jakub Demek, C, Edmonton (OHL)

ROUND 5

129. New Jersey Devils: Topias Vilen, D, Pelicans (Finland)
130. Anaheim Ducks: Sean Tschigerl, LW, Calgary (WHL)
131. Seattle Kraken: Jacob Melanson, RW, Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)
132. Columbus Blue Jackets: Nikolai Makarov, D, CSKA-2 (Russia Jr.)
133. Columbus Blue Jackets: James Malatesta, LW, Quebec (QMJHL)
134. Detroit Red Wings: Liam Dower Nilsson, C, Frolunda Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
135. San Jose Sharks: Artem Guryev, D, Lindsay (OJHL)
136. Carolina Hurricanes: Robert Orr, RW, Halifax (QMJHL)
137. Vancouver Canucks: Aku Koskenvuo, G, HIFK Jr. (Finland Jr.)
138. Dallas Stars: Jack Bar, D, Chicago (USHL)
139. Arizona Coyotes: Manix Landry, C, Gatineau (QMJHL)
140. Vancouver Canucks: Jonathan Myrenberg, D, Linkoping Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
141. Calgary Flames: Cole Jordan, D, Moose Jaw (WHL)
142. Montreal Canadiens: Daniil Sobolev, D, Spartak 2 (Russia Jr.)
143. Dallas Stars: Jacob Holmes, D, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL)
144. New York Rangers: Jaroslav Chmelar, RW, Jokerit Jr. (Finland Jr.)
145. St. Louis Blues: Tyson Galloway, D, Calgary (WHL)
146. Winnipeg Jets: Dmitri Rashevsky, RW, Krasnogorsk (Russia Jr.)
147. Carolina Hurricanes: Justin Robidas, C, Val-D'Or (QMJHL)
148. Anaheim Ducks: Gage Alexander, G, Winnipeg (WHL)
149. Boston Bruins: Oskar Jellvik, LW, Djurgarden Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
150. Montreal Canadiens: Joshua Roy, RW, Sherbrooke (QMJHL)
151. Washington Capitals: Haakon Hanelt, C, Eisbaren Berlin (Germany)
152. Florida Panthers: Kirill Gerasimyuk, G, SKA-Varyagi (Russia Jr.)
153. Toronto Maple Leafs: Ty Voit, LW, Gatineau (QMJHL)
154. Pittsburgh Penguins: Isaac Beliveau, D, Gatineau (QMJHL)
155. Detroit Red Wings: Oscar Plandowski, D, Charlottetown (QMJHL)
156. San Jose Sharks: Max McCue, C, London (OHL)
157. New York Islanders: Eetu Liukas, LW, TPS (Finland)
158. Philadelphia Flyers: Ty Murchison, US U-18 (NTDP)
159. Buffalo Sabres: Viljami Marjala, LW, Quebec (QMJHL)
160. Tampa Bay Lightning: Cameron Macdonald, C, Saint John (QMJHL)

ROUND 6

161. Buffalo Sabres: William Von Barnekow Lofberg, C, Malmo (Sweden)
162. Anaheim Ducks: Kyle Kukkonen, C, Maple Grove (High MN)
163. Seattle Kraken: Semyon Vyazovoi, G, UFA-2 (Russia Jr.)
164. New Jersey Devils: Viktor Hurtig, D, Vasteras Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
165. Columbus Blue Jackets: Ben Boyd, LW, Charlottetown (QMJHL)
166. Detroit Red Wings: Pasquale Zito, LW, Windsor (OHL)
167. San Jose Sharks: Liam Gilmartin, LW, London (OHL)
168. Calgary Flames: Jack Beck, RW, Ottawa (OHL)
169. Vancouver Canucks: Hugo Gabrielson, D, Vastervik (Sweden Jr.)
170. Carolina Hurricanes: Bryce Montgomery, D, London (OHL)
171. Arizona Coyotes: Cal Thomas, D, Maple Grove (High MN)
172. Chicago Blackhawks: Ilya Safonov, C, Kazan (Russia)
173. Calgary Flames: Lucas Ciona, LW, Seattle (WHL)
174. Philadelphia Flyers: Ethan Samson, D, Prince George (WHL)
175. Dallas Stars: Francesco Arcuri, C, Kingston (OHL)
176. Washington Capitals: Dru Krebs, D, Medicine Hat (WHL)
177. San Jose Sharks: Theo Jacobsson, C, Modo Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
178. Vancouver Canucks: Connor Lockhart, RW, Portland (WHL)
179. Nashville Predators: Simon Knak, RW, Portland (WHL)
180. Edmonton Oilers: Matvey Petrov, LW, Krylja Sovetov 2 (Russia Jr.)
181. Boston Bruins: Ryan Mast, D, Sarnia (OHL)
182. Minnesota Wild: Nate Benoit, D, Mount St. Charles (High RI)
183. Washington Capitals: Chase Clark, G, Jersey (USPHL)
184. Florida Panthers: Jakub Kos, LW, Ilves (Finland)
185. Toronto Maple Leafs: Vyacheslav Peksa, Irbis Kazan (Russia Jr.)
186. Edmonton Oilers: Shane Lachance, LW, Junior Bruins (USPHL)
187. Carolina Hurricanes: Nikita Quapp, G, Krefeld (Germany)
188. Buffalo Sabres: Nikita Novikov, D, Dynamo Moscow 2 (Russia Jr.)
189. New York Islanders: Aleksi Malinen, D, JYP (Finland)
190. Vegas Golden Knights: Artur Cholach, D, Sokol Kiev (Ukraine)
191. Montreal Canadiens: Xavier Simoneau, C, Drummondville (QMJHL)
192. Tampa Bay Lightning: Alex Gagne, D, Muskegon (USHL)

ROUND 7

193. Buffalo Sabres: Tyson Kozak, C, Portland (WHL)
194. Pittsburgh Penguins: Ryan McCleary, D, Portland (WHL)
195. Seattle Kraken: Justin Janicke, LW, US U-18 (NTDP)
196. Tampa Bay Lightning: Daniil Pylenkov, D, St. Petersburg (Russia)
197. Columbus Blue Jackets: Martin Rysavy, RW, Moose Jaw (WHL)
198. St. Louis Blues: Ivan Vorobyov, RW, Khanty-Mansiysk 2 (Russia Jr.)
199. San Jose Sharks: Evgenii Kashnikov, D, Gatineau (QMJHL)
200. Carolina Hurricanes: Yegor Naumov, G, Krylja Sovetov 2 (Russia Jr.)
201. Vancouver Canucks: Lucas Forsell, LW, Farjestad Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
202. Ottawa Senators: Chandler Romeo, D, Brantford (GOJHL)
203. New Jersey Devils: Zakhar Bardakov, C, St. Petersburg (Russia)
204. Chicago Blackhawks: Connor Kelley, D, Minnesota-Duluth (NCHC)
205. Calgary Flames: Arsenii Sergeev, G, Shreveport (NAHL)
206. Philadelphia Flyers: Owen McLaughlin, C, Mount St. Charles (High RI)
207. Dallas Stars: Albert Sjoberg, RW, Sodertalje (Sweden Jr.)
208. New York Rangers: Hank Kempf, D, Muskegon (USHL)
209. Carolina Hurricanes: Nikita Guslistov, C, Cherepovets (Russia)
210. Florida Panthers: Braden Hache, D, Kingston (OHL)
211. Tampa Bay Lightning: Robert Flinton, LW, St. Paul's School (High NH)
212. Edmonton Oilers: Maximus Wanner, D, Moose Jaw (WHL)
213. Boston Bruins: Andre Gasseau, C, US U-18 (NTDP)
214. Montreal Canadiens: Joe Vrbetic, G, North Bay (OHL)
215. Pittsburgh Penguins: Daniel Laatsch, D, Sioux City (USHL)
216. Chicago Blackhawks: Jalen Luypen, C, Edmonton (WHL)
217. Boston Bruins: Ty Gallagher, D, Boston University (H-East)
218. Pittsburgh Penguins: Kirill Tankov, C, Ska-Varyagi (Russia Jr.)
219. Carolina Hurricanes: Joel Nystrom, D, Farjestad (Sweden)
220. Colorado Avalanche: Taylor Makar, LW, Brooks (AJHL)
221. New York Islanders: Tomas Machu, D, Vitkovice Jr. (Czech Jr.)
222. Vegas Golden Knights: Carl Lindbom, G, Djurgarden Jr. (Sweden Jr.)
223. Arizona Coyotes: Samuel Lipkin, LW, Chicago (USHL)
224. Tampa Bay Lightning: Niko Huuhtanen, RW, Tappara Jr. (Finland Jr.)
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