2017 NHL Draft

February Draft Rankings

European talent primed to own the stage in Chicago
Steve Kournianos  |  02/14/2017 |  New York  |  

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Center Martin Necas of the Czech Republic is one of the top European prospects for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.

The Battle for No. 1

A pair of players, one of them with the strength of an ox and shoulders broad enough to carry a franchise, the other can attack with stealth and lethality, arrived to this point as two of the best players the 2017 NHL Draft will offer. Nolan Patrick (Ranked No. 1), the heart-and-soul leader of the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings, and Swiss phenom Nico Hischier (Ranked No. 3) of the Halifax Mooseheads in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, could very easily be the first two players chosen when the draft takes place next June in Chicago. At least that seems to be the popular opinion. But with all due respect to Mssr. Hischier, his impressive resume is still not enough to bump Minnesota high school phenom Casey Mittelstadt (Ranked No. 2) from the second spot he held in our early-season rankings.

The injuries that shelved Patrick — the preseason consensus top pick — can be looked at as a sort of blessing, as he was forced to bypass the gauntlet of pre-draft exhibitions and tournaments that can attrit a high-ranking prospect into a lower echelon. Playing under a round-the-clock microscope is a byproduct of being both good and popular, but it can also give bored talent evaluators reasons to nitpick an area of the game that most would otherwise consider unimportant. In other words, the fully-healed Patrick has done nothing to hurt his draft stock and remains our favorite to go first overall, even after Hischier took advantage of the spotlight with a fantastic performance at the under-20 world junior championship over Christmas break.

From the statistics made available to us, a strong case can be made that either player is worthy of the historic privilege of being the top pick of a draft. Patrick, whose combination of skill and power makes him the prototypical North American player, is producing at a 1.65 points per game clip, while Hischier has a slight edge at 1.69 PPG. Their production since Patrick’s return on January 13th has been close to equal as well, with Patrick notching eight goals and 21 points in 13 games, Hischier eight and 18 in 11. Hischier, however, has collected an impressive 21 primary assists in 45 games (0.56), while Patrick (seven in 17 games) averages only 0.41 primary assists per contest.

The question is whether Hischier’s dominance as a rookie European in North America is enough to overtake Patrick’s seamless post-injury transition. We don’t think it is, and feel a healthy Patrick remains the draft prospect with the highest upside and shortest path to NHL stardom.

Mittelstadt has not been given the widespread attention he deserves, so we’ll add to his case. He was the United States Hockey League’s leading scorer when he chose to return to Eden Prairie High School for his senior year, so we won’t punish him for possessing the burning desire to win the state championhip that narrowly escaped him a year ago. Make no mistake — Mittelstadt is a winner and a clutch player with leadership qualities to support a lethal skill set centered on creativity and timeliness.

So why rank Mittelstadt a head of Hischier rather than the other way around? For starters, he was just as good, if not better, than Hischier when they competed as 16-year-olds at the 2015 U18 Ivan Hlinka Tournament, where he finished tied for second in overall scoring. Additionally, it was Mittelstadt who had the stronger 2016 U18 world championship in Grand Forks, albeit on a better team. Hischier leading CHL rookies in scoring as a European import is not rare (Vitalii Abramov did it last year while playing for Gatineau), but Mittelstadt topping the USHL in points in a pre-draft season is in our minds the bigger accomplishment.

Remember, it goes beyond stats. When the number are equal or close to it, relying on the intangibles and assessing how skills translate at higher levels of play is equally as important. Mittelstadt’s advantages in versatility and size, plus a penchant for big game production are what solidifies him as the second best prospect for the 2017 draft.

Grab a Building Block

NHL success likely for this group of unheralded stars

The affair between the NHL and almost a half dozen of its 2016 draftees has been nothing short of a spring fling; Auston Matthews, Patrik Laine, Matthew Tkachuk, Jesse Puljujarvi and Jakob Chychrun were all first rounders who made their NHL debuts while the ink was drying on their contracts. The crop of 2017 draft-eligibles, however, should not be expected to do the same. And while the idea of a teenager on a manageable entry-level contract bringing hope and enthusiasm to a club that just missed the playoffs is undeniably alluring, we recommend fans and general managers temper their expectations for the 2017-18 season.

Still, there are several high-end prospects representing several positions who have cornerstone upside, specifically those playing in European leagues against older, tougher competition. A bout with mononucleosis notwithstanding, Swedish defenseman Timothy Liljegren (Ranked No. 5) has not had as rough a reason as some want you to think — He is a dynamic puck mover with a blistering shot and excellent offensive instincts in the mold of Ottawa Senators Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson. Yes, he looked sluggish upon returning from his ilness and needed a (brief) rehab stint in a junior league to get his strength and timing back. He’s back with Rogle in the Swedish Hockey League, running their power play and showing glimpses of greatness.

Liljegren is not the only European-trained blueliner with top-pairing potential. Three Finns — Miro Heiskanen (Ranked No. 9), Juuso Valimaki (Ranked No. 11) and Urho Vaakanainen (Ranked No. 14) are all fantastic two-way defensemen with mobility who can quarterback a power play, beat pressure with poise and accuracy, and provide excellent slot coverage. Neither has the game-breaking abilities of the aforementioned Liljegren, but both Heiskanen (IFK) and Vaakanainen (JyP) play in Finland’s premier Liiga and owned critical roles at varying points of the season.

Up front, the two best finishers are Sioux City sniper Eeli Tolvanen (Ranked No. 4) and Mississauga’s power forward Owen Tippett (Ranked No. 6). Tolvanen was one of several Finns who struggled to find offense at a collectively disappointing WJC, but he leads the USHL with 176 shots in 35 games. He has a strong upper body and quick release off his back foot reminiscent of a young Brett Hull, and he still pumped 50 shots in 12 games despite scoring only one goal in that span. Like Tolvanen, Tippett loves to shoot and scores in bunches. His 246 shots lead the OHL and no CHL first-year eligible has more goals (39).

The most exciting player of the lottery-bound group is Czech center Martin Necas (Pictured – Ranked No. 8), who is fresh off a dominant performance at last weekend’s U18 Five Nations Tournament. Necas is an outstanding playmaker with two-way capabilities who develops instant chemistry with any linemate. He handles a tremendous amount of responsibility playing on one of Brno’s top lines in the Czech Extraliga and seems like he is close to ready for the rigors of the NHL.

Two Swedish forwards — center Elias Pettersson (Ranked No. 7) and center/winger Lias Andersson (Ranked No. 10) are smart, fast and skilled enough to one day become NHL regulars. Both excel in the 200-foot game and possess ridiculously soft hands good enough to succeed on either the power play or penalty kill. Windsor’s Gabe Vilardi (Ranked No. 12), a converted center with exceptional hand-eye coordination and a blistering shot, shook off early-season injury woes but has a ton of work to do in the skating department. He’s beyond gifted with the puck and can stickhandle with the best of them, but lacking that extra gear is something his opponents will work feverishly to exploit. Had he been a step or two quicker, we’re mentioning his name as a legitimate candidate for first overall.

Time to Get Creative

Expect the unexpected once the lottery is complete

One would think that the lack of trades involving 2017 first round picks has more to do with either the salary cap or the standings than anything else. And while that may be true, add the the impending expansion draft(s) as yet another reason NHL GM’s are choosing to turn down offers for rentals or quick fixes in favor of picks.

The 2017 pool of draftees is not deep, meaning post-draft player development is far more critical than in previous years. It remains to be seen how a GM and his scouts attack this draft, as the best player available in the second or third round in 2017 is likely to have a lower ceiling than a fifth or sicth round pick from a stronger pool. Fans tend to hate it when their team drafts for need because you run the risk of missing out on a game breaking star (See Dylan McIlrath over Vladimir Tarasenko in 2010). This draft, however, has to be strategized with looming expansion drafts in mind — if your organization is full of hit-or-miss scoring forwards but has only one or two quality defense prospects, the drafting expansion team will likely target the quality rather than the quantity.

In other words, you might hate the immediate result, but your team will be better off long-term.

There are, however, a select few from the 2017 crop that have legitimate star potential. Defenseman Cale Makar (Ranked No. 24) is the best North American blueliner in terms of pure puck skills. A dizzying combination of speed and skill, Makar has that “Wow” factor that people pay to see at any level. Yes, he plays in the Alberta Junior Hockey League and yes, he was not heavily recruited by the big NCAA powerhouses (he’s committed to UMass-Amherst). But put this kid in the right system that allows him to be unbridled and autonomous, and you may be looking at the next Phil Housely.

Across a pond, another high-IQ rearguard displays ridiculous puck skills while running his team’s offense. Erik Brannstrom (Ranked No. 16) may lack the height you would want in a top-end puck mover, but every other area is drool worthy. He owns a cannon of a shot, carries the puck with anger and confidence, and can hold his own in one-on-one situations. Like Makar, Brannstrom does everything quick and hard — passes, shots, checks — and his international resume is stellar.

It wasn’t too long ago when a pair of power forwards — Russian Klim Kostin (Ranked No. 13) and Finland’s Kristian Vesalainen (Ranked No. 15) — were all but guaranteed to be Top-5 picks. But Kostin has been knocked out with a shoulder injury, while Vesalainen has been up and down between leagues with a poor WJC performance to boot. They both play a menacing, physical style combined with a dual pass/shot threat. Like most power forwards, however, their consistency is limited to effort and board battles when they struggle to find the back of the net.

Building From The Net Out

One thing this draft offers more than in previous years in a deep collection of goaltenders. Close to a dozen should be expected to go within the top three rounds, with Finnish backstop Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (Ranked No. 37) and Windsor’s Michael DiPietro (Ranked No. 39) our two best available. The quality does not stop there, however, as a duo of USHL-trained backstops — Cayden Primeau (Ranked No. 42) and Maksim Zhukov (Ranked No. 48) — could challenge for not only first goalie taken, but in the first round as well.

Below is a detailed sortable table of The Draft Analyst’s midseason rankings of the top 500 first-year, draft-eligible prospects for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, to be held in Chicago from 23-24 June. Players born between 16 September 1998 and 15 September 1999 were considered in the zone for first-year eligibility.

RANK POS NAME TEAM LEAGUE S/C DOB HT WT NAT
1 C Nolan Patrick Brandon WHL R 9/19/98 6’3 198 CAN
2 C/W Casey Mittelstadt Eden Prairie HS-MN L 11/22/98 6’1 201 USA
3 C Nico Hischier Halifax QMJHL L 1/4/99 6’1 176 SUI
4 RW Eeli Tolvanen Sioux City USHL L 4/22/99 5’10 174 FIN
5 RHD Timothy Liljegren Rögle BK Superelit R 4/30/99 6’0 191 SWE
6 RW Owen Tippett Mississauga OHL R 2/16/99 6’1 202 CAN
7 LW Elias Pettersson Timra IK Allsvenskan L 11/12/98 6’1 160 SWE
8 C/W Martin Necas Brno Extraliga R 1/15/99 6’1 167 CZE
9 LHD Miro Heiskanen HIFK Helsinki Liiga L 7/18/99 6’0 170 FIN
10 C Lias Andersson HV71 Superelit L 10/13/98 5’11 198 SWE
11 LHD Jusso Valimaki Tri-City WHL L 10/6/98 6’2 204 FIN
12 C Gabe Vilardi Windsor OHL R 8/16/99 6’2 193 CAN
13 RW Klim Kostin Dynamo Moscow KHL L 5/5/99 6’3 196 RUS
14 LHD Urho Vaakanainen JyP Liiga L 1/1/99 6’0 177 FIN
15 RW Kristian Vesalainen Frölunda SHL L 6/1/99 6’3 207 FIN
16 LHD Erik Brannstrom HV-71 SHL L 9/2/99 5’10 173 SWE
17 C Michael Rasmussen Tri-City WHL L 4/17/99 6’6 215 CAN
18 LHD Nicolas Hague Mississauga OHL L 12/5/98 6’6 208 CAN
19 RW Kailer Yamamoto Spokane WHL R 9/29/98 5’8 153 USA
20 LW Maxime Comtois Victoriaville QMJHL L 1/8/99 6’2 199 CAN
21 RHD Henry Jokiharju Portland WHL R 6/17/99 6’0 176 FIN
22 C Antoine Morand Acadie-Bathurst QMJHL L 2/18/99 5’10 178 CAN
23 C Marcus Davidsson Djugardens SHL L 11/18/98 6’0 191 SWE
24 RHD Cale Makar Brooks AJHL R 10/30/98 5’11 179 CAN
25 RHD Ian Mitchell Spruce Grove AJHL R 1/18/99 5’10 166 CAN
26 C Ryan Poehling St. Cloud State NCHC L 1/3/99 6’2 183 USA
27 LW Nikita A. Popugaev Prince George WHL R 11/20/98 6’6 204 RUS
28 RHD Callan Foote Kelowna WHL R 12/13/98 6’4 213 USA
29 C Scott Reedy Team USA NTDP R 4/4/99 6’1 202 USA
30 LW Ivan Chekhovich Baie-Comeau QMJHL L 1/4/99 5’10 168 RUS
31 C Shane Bowers Waterloo USHL L 7/30/99 6’1 183 CAN
32 C Cody Glass Portland WHL R 4/1/99 6’2 180 CAN
33 C Sasha Chmelevski Ottawa OHL R 6/9/99 5’11 190 USA
34 C Adam Ruzicka Sarnia OHL L 5/11/99 6’4 200 SVK
35 RW Kole Lind Kelowna WHL R 10/16/98 6’1 175 CAN
36 C Nick Suzuki Owen Sound OHL R 9/10/99 5’11 187 CAN
37 G Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen HPK U20 Liiga Jrs L 3/9/99 6’4 196 FIN
38 LHD Robin Salo Vaasan Sport Liiga L 10/13/98 6’1 187 FIN
39 G Mike Dipietro Windsor OHL L 6/9/99 6’0 191 CAN
40 LHD David Farrance Team USA NTDP L 6/23/99 5’11 195 USA
41 C Aleksi Heponiemi Swift Current WHL L 1/9/99 5’9 140 FIN
42 G Cayden Primeau Lincoln USHL L 8/11/99 6’3 185 USA
43 C Josh Norris Team USA NTDP L 5/5/99 6’1 192 USA
44 C Robert Thomas London OHL R 7/2/99 5’11 177 CAN
45 LW Alex Formenton London OHL L 9/13/99 6’1 161 CAN
46 C/LW Morgan Frost Sault Ste Marie OHL L 5/14/99 6’0 170 CAN
47 LHD Nate Knoepke Team USA NTDP L 4/8/99 6’3 201 USA
48 G Maksim Zhukov Green Bay USHL L 7/22/99 6’3 188 RUS
49 C Mason Shaw Medicine Hat WHL L 11/3/98 5’9 180 CAN
50 RW Ivan Lodnya Erie OHL R 8/31/99 5’10 180 USA
51 C/LW Evan Barratt Team USA NTDP L 2/18/99 5’11 188 USA
52 LW Yaroslav Alexeev Sherbrooke QMJHL L 1/17/99 5’11 148 RUS
53 C Stelio Mattheos Brandon WHL R 6/14/99 6’1 194 CAN
54 LW/C Ostap Safin Sparta Prague Extraliga Jrs. L 2/11/99 6’5 191 CZE
55 RHD Cale Fleury Kootenay WHL R 11/19/98 6’1 196 CAN
56 C MacKenzie Entwistle Hamilton OHL R 7/14/99 6’3 185 CAN
57 LHD Pierre-Olivier Joseph Charlottetown QMJHL L 7/1/99 6’0 150 CAN
58 LW Matthew Strome Hamilton OHL L 1/6/99 6’4 206 CAN
59 LHD Dmitri Samorukov Guelph OHL L 6/16/99 6’2 185 RUS
60 LW Austen Keating Ottawa OHL L 3/7/99 5’11 162 CAN
61 RHD Luke Martin Michigan Big-10 R 9/20/98 6’3 207 USA
62 RW Austin Pratt Red Deer WHL R 7/30/99 6’3 210 USA
63 LW Isaac Ratcliffe Guelph OHL L 2/15/99 6’6 196 CAN
64 C Alexei Lipanov HK MVD MHL L 8/17/99 6’0 165 RUS
65 RW Jonas Rondbjerg Vaxjo J20 Superelit L 3/31/99 6’0 176 DEN
66 LW Grant Mismash Team USA NTDP L 2/19/99 6’0 184 USA
67 RHD Artyom Minulin Swift Current WHL L 10/1/98 6’2 220 RUS
68 RW Samuel Bucek Shawinigan QMJHL R 12/19/98 6’3 192 SVK
69 RHD Tommy Miller Team USA NTDP R 3/6/99 6’2 185 USA
70 RW Brannon McManus Omaha USHL R 7/5/99 5’10 180 USA
71 C/RW Jack Studnicka Oshawa OHL R 2/18/99 6’1 170 CAN
72 C Nikita Anakhovsky Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 3/22/99 6’0 187 RUS
73 C Maxim Marushev Irbis Kazan MHL R 1/1/99 6’0 177 RUS
74 LW Pavel Koltygin Drummondville QMJHL L 2/17/99 6’0 191 RUS
75 C Joel Teasdale Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL L 3/11/99 5’11 197 CAN
76 G Jake Oettinger Team USA NTDP L 12/18/98 6’4 203 USA
77 LHD Jacob Paquette Kingston OHL L 5/26/99 6’2 203 CAN
78 C/LW Jake Leschyshyn Regina WHL L 3/10/99 5’11 176 CAN
79 C Jaret Anderson-Dolan Spokane WHL L 9/12/99 5’10 180 CAN
80 C/RW Georgi Ivanov Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 9/25/98 6’1 189 RUS
81 C Rickard Hugg Leksands J20 Superelit L 1/18/99 5’11 179 SWE
82 LW Jason Robertson Kingston OHL L 7/22/99 6’1 180 USA
83 C/RW Lukas Elvenes Rogle J20 Superelit L 8/18/99 6’0 173 SWE
84 LHD Markus Phillips Owen Sound OHL L 3/21/99 6’0 203 CAN
85 LW/C Joni Ikonen Frölunda J20 Superelit R 4/14/99 5’10 169 FIN
86 C Patrick Khodorenko Michigan State Big-10 L 10/13/98 6’0 200 USA
87 LHD Mikey Anderson Waterloo USHL L 5/25/99 6’0 197 USA
88 LW/C Marian Studenic Hamilton OHL L 10/28/98 6’0 165 SVK
89 LW Alexei Toropchenko HK MVD MHL L 6/25/99 6’3 187 RUS
90 RW Shawn Boudrias Charlottetown QMJHL R 9/14/99 6’3 182 CAN
91 RHD Filip Westerlund Frolunda SHL R 4/17/99 5’11 179 SWE
92 G Ian Scott Prince Albert WHL L 1/11/99 6’3 166 CAN
93 LHD Max Gildon Team USA NTDP L 5/17/99 6’3 188 USA
94 LHD Mark Rubinchik Saskatoon WHL L 3/21/99 6’1 183 RUS
95 LHD Jesse Bjugstad Stillwater HS-MN L 4/4/99 6’2 178 USA
96 LW Emil Oksanen Espoo Liiga Jrs R 9/25/98 6’1 180 FIN
97 RHD Josh Brook Moose Jaw WHL R 6/17/99 6’1 177 CAN
98 RHD Jarret Tyszka Seattle WHL R 3/15/99 6’2 187 CAN
99 C Nate Schnarr Guelph OHL R 6/15/99 6’3 166 CAN
100 RW Linus Nyman Kingston OHL L 7/11/99 5’9 152 FIN
101 C Emil Bemstrom Leksands J20 Superelit R 6/1/99 5’11 177 SWE
102 C Ivan Kozlov Val-d’Or QMJHL L 3/26/99 6’1 210 RUS
103 LHD David Kvasnicka Plzen Extraliga L 4/14/99 5’9 174 CZE
104 C Jordy Bellerive Lethbridge WHL L 5/2/99 5’9 180 CAN
105 RW Nick Henry Regina WHL R 7/4/99 6’0 190 CAN
106 C/RW Kyle Olson Tri-City WHL R 3/22/99 5’11 161 CAN
107 LHD Noel Hoefenmayer Ottawa OHL L 1/6/99 6’0 190 CAN
108 LW Mick Messner Madison USHL L 4/20/99 6’0 195 USA
109 LW Kirill Slepets Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 4/6/99 5’10 165 RUS
110 RW Lane Zablocki Red Deer WHL R 12/27/98 5’11 184 CAN
111 RW Michael Pastujov Team USA NTDP L 8/23/99 6’0 192 USA
112 LW/C Ryan McGregor Sarnia OHL L 1/29/99 5’11 149 CAN
113 W/C Patrik Hrehorcak Trinec U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 3/18/99 5’11 168 SVK
114 LHD Dalimil Mikyska Brno U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 8/16/99 6’1 196 CZE
115 C Greg Meireles Kitchener OHL R 1/1/99 5’10 163 CAN
116 C Kalle Miketinac Frolunda J20 Superelit L 4/2/99 5’11 185 SWE
117 LW Arnaud Durandeau Halifax QMJHL L 1/14/99 5’11 176 CAN
118 LW Jakub Lacka Trinec U20 Extraliga Jrs. R 11/20/98 5’11 179 SVK
119 LW Noah Cates Stillwater HS-MN L 2/5/99 6’1 165 USA
120 C/RW Bobby Dow Kemptville CCHL R 11/5/98 6’1 171 CAN
121 LHD Matt Anderson Green Bay USHL L 4/11/99 5’11 199 USA
122 LHD Radim Salda Mountfield HK Extraliga Jrs. L 2/18/99 6’1 176 CZE
123 LW Jonah Gadjovich Owen Sound OHL L 10/18/98 6’2 209 CAN
124 RW/C Jacob Tortora Team USA NTDP R 7/25/99 5’8 168 USA
125 G Keith Petruzelli Muskegon USHL L 2/9/99 6’6 190 USA
126 C/W Jan Hladonik Trinec U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 8/18/99 5’9 161 CZE
127 G Shamil Shmakov Sibirskie Snaipery MHL L 7/27/99 6’4 180 RUS
128 G Dayton Rasmussen Tri-City USHL L 11/4/98 6’1 203 USA
129 LHD Dylan Samberg Hermantown HS-MN L 1/24/99 6’3 190 USA
130 LW/C Jesper Boqvist Timra Allsvenskan L 10/30/98 6’0 179 SWE
131 G Stuart Skinner Lethbridge WHL L 11/1/98 6’4 209 CAN
132 RHD Eemeli Rasanen Kingston OHL R 3/6/99 6’6 215 FIN
133 G Kyle Jessiman Cape Breton QMJHL L 1/12/99 5’10 170 CAN
134 RW Sami Moilanen Seattle WHL L 1/22/99 5’9 174 FIN
135 RHD Reagan O’Grady Sudbury OHL R 12/15/98 6’2 193 CAN
136 C Josh Paterson Saskatoon WHL R 1/21/99 6’2 188 CAN
137 G Olle Eriksson Ek Farjestad J20 Superelit L 6/22/99 6’2 187 SWE
138 RHD Saku Vesterainen Charlottetown QMJHL R 2/28/99 5’11 165 FIN
139 LHD Jockton Chainey Halifax QMJHL L 9/8/99 6’0 192 CAN
140 RW Fabian Zetterlund Farjestad SHL R 8/25/99 5’11 195 SWE
141 LHD Kasper Kotkansalo Sioux Falls USHL L 11/16/98 6’2 189 FIN
142 G Daniil Tarasov Tolpar MHL L 3/27/99 6’3 194 RUS
143 G Jiri Patera Budejovice Extraliga Jrs. L 2/24/99 6’1 200 CZE
144 C/LW Jan Vaclavek Zlin U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 4/9/99 6’1 172 CZE
145 C/LW Filip Chytil Zlin Extraliga L 9/5/99 6’1 178 CZE
146 LHD Oliver Gatz-Nielsen Herning Denmark L 10/6/98 6’1 207 DEN
147 RHD Jack St. Ivany Sioux Falls USHL R 7/22/99 6’2 195 USA
148 LW Louis-Philip Cote Quebec QMJHL L 5/2/99 6’0 174 CAN
149 RHD Martin Bodak Tappara U20 Liiga Jrs R 11/28/98 6’1 194 SVK
150 RHD Leon Gawanke Cape Breton QMJHL R 5/31/99 6’1 181 GER
151 LHD Tyler Inamoto Team USA NTDP L 5/6/99 6’2 196 USA
152 RHD Brady Lyle North Bay OHL R 6/6/99 6’2 203 CAN
153 G Oscar Wallden Djugardens SHL L 1/26/99 6’1 201 SWE
154 RW Randy Hernandez Team USA NTDP R 1/12/99 6’0 177 USA
155 LW/RW Adam Kalaj Kladno U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 3/28/99 5’11 180 CZE
156 C Alexandre Texier Grenoble France L 9/13/99 6’0 187 FRA
157 RHD Connor Timmins Sault Ste Marie OHL R 9/18/98 6’1 180 CAN
158 G Ivan Prosvetov Minnesota Magicians NAHL L 3/5/99 6’5 185 RUS
159 LW/RW Razat Timirov Reaktor MHL R 6/6/99 5’9 163 RUS
160 LHD Jonathan Smart Regina WHL L 6/1/99 6’0 170 CAN
161 C Renars Krastenbergs Oshawa OHL L 12/16/98 6’0 175 LAT
162 LHD Jacob Golden London OHL L 3/20/99 5’11 161 CAN
163 LHD Venjamin Baranov Dynamo St. Petersburg MHL L 1/8/99 6’1 194 RUS
164 C Skyler Brind’amour Selects Academy USPHL L 7/27/99 6’2 170 US/CAN
165 RW Filip Sveningsson HV-71 J20 Superelit L 7/3/99 6’0 172 SWE
166 C Paul Washe Tri-City USHL L 11/27/98 6’1 191 USA
167 G Daniil Yakovlev Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 1/2/99 6’0 160 RUS
168 RW Jakub Pour Plzen U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 1/5/99 6’3 183 CZE
169 C Pavel Voronkov Avto Yekaterinburg MHL L 10/13/98 6’1 180 RUS
170 C Brady Gilmour Saginaw OHL L 4/18/99 5’10 170 CAN
171 RW Lauri Pajuniemi TPS U20 Liiga Jrs R 9/12/99 5’11 183 FIN
172 RHD Conner McDonald Edmonton WHL R 5/31/99 5’11 180 CAN
173 LHD Jakub Galvas Olomouc Extraliga L 6/15/99 5’11 162 CZE
174 LHD Jake Christiansen Everett WHL L 9/12/99 6’1 185 CAN
175 C/W Zach Solow Dubuque USHL R 11/6/98 5’9 185 USA
176 LW Isaac Johnson Des Moines USHL R 1/24/99 6’2 170 USA
177 G Alex D’Orio Saint John QMJHL R 4/28/99 6’2 200 CAN
178 RHD Simon Johansson Djugardens J20 Superelit R 6/14/99 6’2 170 SWE
179 RW Ryan Bowen Lethbridge WHL R 12/10/98 6’1 180 CAN
180 LW Marcus Sylvegard Malmo J20 Superelit R 5/4/99 6’0 183 SWE
181 C/RW Jesse Koskenkorva Karpat Liiga L 7/31/99 6’1 177 FIN
182 LHD Jakub Sirota Cedar Rapids USHL L 12/20/98 6’2 188 CZE
183 LW Jan Svoboda Chomutov U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 5/25/99 5’9 143 CZE
184 LHD Elijah Roberts Kitchener OHL L 1/23/99 5’10 161 CAN
185 C Connor Dewar Everett WHL R 6/26/99 5’10 165 CAN
186 LW Oliver Castleman Niagara OHL L 9/15/99 5’10 180 CAN
187 RHD Reilly Walsh Chicago USHL R 4/21/99 5’11 181 USA
188 LHD Anton Bjorkman Linkoping SHL L 5/13/99 5’11 170 SWE
189 C Benjamin Jones Niagara OHL L 2/26/99 6’0 187 CAN
190 C/RW Linus Andersson Skelleftea J20 Superelit R 4/30/99 5’11 174 SWE
191 RHD Adam Thilander North Bay OHL R 9/18/98 6’0 190 SWE
192 LW Kirill Kozhevnikov Mamonty Yugry MHL L 1/26/99 6’2 203 RUS
193 LHD Darien Kielb Quebec QMJHL L 3/18/99 6’2 167 CAN
194 C Ondrej Chrtek Liberec U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 1/25/99 6’0 165 CZE
195 C/LW Luke Manning Stillwater HS-MN L 4/13/99 5’10 185 USA
196 LW Matthew Wedman Seattle WHL L 5/25/99 6’1 189 CAN
197 RHD William Warm Edmonton WHL R 4/22/99 6’0 180 CAN
198 LW Maxim Sushko Owen Sound OHL L 2/10/99 6’0 179 BLR
199 C Cole Guttman Dubuque USHL R 4/5/99 5’10 165 USA
200 LW Dylan Seitz Kitchener OHL L 1/15/99 6’0 168 USA
201 RW Kirill Rudenko Mamonty Yugry MHL L 8/17/99 5’9 172 RUS
202 RW Baker Shore Chicago USHL R 8/20/99 5’11 170 USA
203 LHD Antoine Crete-Belzile Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL L 8/19/99 6’0 176 CAN
204 LHD Lucas Nordsater Vaxjo J20 Superelit L 10/8/98 6’0 176 SWE
205 C/RW Marek Rubner Plzen U20 Extraliga Jrs. R 11/12/98 6’2 194 SVK
206 RW Denis Mikhnin Rimouski QMJHL L 7/11/99 5’11 163 RUS
207 RHD Nick Grima Sarnia OHL R 3/7/99 5’11 188 CAN
208 LHD Valeri Orekhov Barsy Astana MHL L 7/17/99 6’1 168 KAZ
209 RHD Grant Anderson Wayzata HS-MN R 9/15/99 6’2 172 USA
210 LHD Roni Allen JYP U20 Liiga Jrs L 10/10/98 6’0 190 FIN
211 RHD Nolan Kneen Kamloops WHL R 3/22/99 6’0 177 CAN
212 G Gustav Bagenvik Linkoping J20 Superelit L 1/19/99 6’0 187 SWE
213 C/RW Anton Johansson Orebro J20 Superelit L 4/11/99 5’9 174 SWE
214 LHD Dylan Plouffe Vancouver WHL L 4/27/99 6’0 185 CAN
215 RW Jordan Timmons Muskegon USHL R 10/25/98 6’0 165 USA
216 LHD Jonatan Asplund Djugardens J20 Superelit L 2/4/99 6’3 181 SWE
217 G Jeremy Swayman Sioux Falls USHL L 11/24/98 6’2 187 USA
218 G Eetu Makiniemi Jokerit U20 Liiga Jrs L 4/19/99 6’2 176 FIN
219 C/RW Alex-Olivier Voyer Rimouski QMJHL R 4/10/99 6’1 185 CAN
220 LHD Ondrej Trejbal Pardubice U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 4/21/99 6’2 170 CZE
221 RHD Daniel Bukac Brandon WHL R 4/29/99 6’5 185 CZE
222 C Josh Dunne Green Bay USHL L 12/8/98 6’3 183 USA
223 LHD Max Martin Prince Albert WHL L 7/25/99 6’0 188 CAN
224 RW Peyton Hoyt Cape Breton QMJHL R 2/18/99 5’10 172 CAN
225 C Aarne Talvitie Blues U20 Liiga Jrs L 2/11/99 5’10 198 FIN
226 C/RW Mark Kastelic Calgary WHL R 3/11/99 6’3 205 USA
227 C Connor Gutenberg Brandon WHL R 9/4/99 5’9 160 CAN
228 LHD Matteo Pietroniro Baie-Comeau QMJHL L 10/20/98 6’1 180 US/CAN
229 LW Markus Hermanstadt MoDo J20 Superelit L 3/30/99 6’1 185 NOR
230 C Zach Gallant Peterborough OHL L 3/6/99 6’2 185 CAN
231 LHD Michael Karrow Youngstown USHL L 12/18/98 6’2 206 USA
232 LHD Nikita Alexandrov HK MVD MHL L 5/18/99 6’6 185 RUS
233 RW Andrei Grishakov Calgary WHL L 5/16/99 6’1 190 RUS
234 C Kirill Popov Mamonty Yugry MHL L 6/14/99 6’1 176 RUS
235 C Bryce Misley Oakville OJHL L 9/5/99 6’1 161 CAN
236 RW Matyas Svoboda Peterborough OHL L 1/2/99 6’3 210 CZE
237 RHD Joey Keane Barrie OHL R 7/2/99 6’1 190 USA
238 LW Cole Coskey Saginaw OHL R 6/1/99 6’1 189 USA
239 LW Macauley Carson Sudbury OHL L 3/12/99 6’1 205 CAN
240 RW Daniil Skorikov Tolpar MHL R 4/1/99 6’4 188 RUS
241 RW Logan Hutsko Team USA NTDP R 2/11/99 5’10 165 USA
242 C Oskar Pettersson MoDo J20 Superelit R 5/13/99 5’11 175 SWE
243 LHD Ben Mirageas Bloomington USHL L 5/8/99 6’1 175 USA
244 LW Jakub Wojnar Sparta Praha Extraliga Jrs. L 6/25/99 6’1 185 CZE
245 LHD Sebastian Walfridsson MoDo J20 Superelit L 3/19/99 6’1 194 SWE
246 LHD Semyon Perelyaev Lada Togliatti MHL L 8/24/99 6’2 170 RUS
247 LW Jaroslav Dvorak HC Kralove Extraliga Jrs. L 3/21/99 6’0 180 CZE
248 C/RW Jan Drozg Leksands J18 Superelit R 4/1/99 6’1 160 SLO
249 C Ryan Hughes Portland WHL L 7/27/99 5’7 152 CAN
250 LW Maxim Melnykov Omskie Yastreby MHL LW 4/15/99 6’3 201 RUS
251 C Wyatt Bongiovanni Tri-City USHL L 7/24/99 6’0 176 USA
252 LW Joseph Garreffa Kitchener OHL L 8/9/99 5’7 160 CAN
253 LHD Malte Setkov Malmo J20 Superelit L 1/14/99 6’3 185 DEN
254 LHD Tom Hedberg Barrie OHL L 8/10/99 5’11 161 SWE
255 RW Jerkko Hakkinen Saipa U20 Liiga Jrs R 7/27/99 5’11 183 FIN
256 C/RW Matej Novak Brno U20 Extraliga Jrs. R 4/10/99 6’0 172 CZE
257 LHD Clayton Phillips Fargo USHL L 9/9/99 5’11 175 USA
258 C Jacob Peterson Frolunda J20 Superelit L 7/19/99 6’0 165 SWE
259 C/RW Derek Gentile Quebec QMJHL R 4/9/99 5’7 147 CAN
260 LW Dominick Mersch Lincoln USHL L 12/16/98 6’0 190 USA
261 RW Ondrej Machala Niagara OHL L 1/11/99 6’0 176 CZE
262 RHD Otto Latvala HPK U20 Liiga Jrs R 7/14/99 6’5 190 FIN
263 C Justin Sigrist GCK Lions NLB L 4/20/99 5’10 159 SUI
264 G Kaden Fulcher Hamilton OHL L 9/23/98 6’3 178 CAN
265 C/RW Dawson Holt Vancouver WHL R 2/16/99 5’11 185 CAN
266 LHD Christian Huntley Quebec QMJHL L 3/2/99 5’9 160 CAN
267 C Pavel Kousal Spokane WHL L 11/14/98 5’11 158 CZE
268 C Adam Kubik Kladno U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 10/21/98 6’0 165 CZE
269 LHD Marek Korencik Lulea J20 Superelit L 7/19/99 6’3 194 SVK
270 LW Matthew Quercia Sioux Falls USHL L 2/24/99 6’2 194 USA
271 RW Konstantin Kukharev Ladya Togliatti MHL R 9/8/99 6’1 154 RUS
272 G Arvid Soderblom Frolunda J18 Superelit L 8/19/99 6’2 172 SWE
273 LW Dmitri Ovechkin SKA-1946 MHL R 5/19/99 6’0 172 RUS
274 C/LW Alexander Alemastsev Avto Yekaterinburg MHL L 1/13/99 6’4 185 RUS
275 LHD Scott Walford Victoria WHL L 1/12/99 6’1 188 CAN
276 C Santeri Aalto Tappara U20 Liiga Jrs L 2/26/99 6’2 179 FIN
277 C Albin Nisson Rogle J20 Superelit L 9/18/98 6’0 190 SWE
278 C Adam Goodsir Tri-City USHL L 9/22/98 6’2 180 USA
279 G Jordan Hollett Regina WHL R 3/31/99 6’4 188 CAN
280 G Yuri Grosev Taifun MHL L 7/16/99 6’2 165 RUS
281 RHD Oliver Larssen Odense Denmark R 12/25/98 6’3 207 DEN
282 RHD Vladislav Kazamanov HK MVD MHL R 5/9/99 6’2 185 RUS
283 LW Tomas Vildumentz Karlskrona J20 Superelit L 9/27/98 5’10 185 CZE
284 LHD Mario Ferraro Des Moines USHL L 9/17/98 5’11 181 CAN
285 RW C.J. Clarke Flint OHL L 2/8/99 6’0 201 CAN
286 RHD Vladislav Yeryomenko Calgary WHL R 4/22/99 6’1 185 BLR
287 LW Jan Becvar Litvinov U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 12/11/98 6’3 200 CZE
288 RHD Bernard Isiguzo Blues U20 Liiga Jrs R 8/2/99 5’10 203 FIN
289 LHD Samuel Fereta Slovan Bratislava U20 Slovak Extraliga L 12/29/98 6’3 192 SVK
290 RHD Cameron Crotty Brockville CCHL R 5/1/99 6’3 182 CAN
291 RW Matvei Zaseda Amurskie Tigry MHL R 6/9/99 5’10 179 RUS
292 G Luke Richardson Kitchener OHL L 5/28/99 6’3 158 CAN
293 C James Hamblin Medicine Hat WHL L 4/27/99 5’9 170 CAN
294 LHD Matyas Zelingr Kladno U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 1/10/99 6’3 190 CZE
295 C Ryan Peckford Victoria WHL L 3/4/99 6’0 186 CAN
296 LW Kristian Royka-Marthinsen Altumna J20 J20 Elit L 8/20/99 6’0 185 NOR
297 C Graham Slaggert Team USA NTDP L 4/6/99 5’11 183 USA
298 RW Jan Blasko Vitkovice U20 Extraliga Jrs. R 1/8/99 6’1 176 CZE
299 LHD Yan Aucoin Baie-Comeau QMJHL L 8/1/99 6’1 212 CAN
300 LW/C Jan Kern Slavia Praha Extraliga Jrs. L 7/27/99 5’11 178 CZE
301 LW Thomas Reichel Rosenheim DNL L 4/21/99 6’3 196 GER
302 RHD Phil Kemp Team USA NTDP R 2/12/99 6’3 201 USA
303 RW Alexander Oskin Tolpar MHL R 9/8/99 6’3 185 RUS
304 LW Josh Curtis Prince George WHL L 9/24/98 6’0 170 CAN
305 C/LW Igor Martynov Belarus U20 Belarus L 1/19/99 6’0 181 BLR
306 LW/C Marek Skvrne Brno U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 8/6/99 6’0 175 CZE
307 C Matthew Philip Niagara OHL R 5/31/99 5’11 175 CAN
308 G Anton Malmborg Malmo J20 Superelit L 10/7/98 6’1 170 SWE
309 LW Owen Hardy Vancouver WHL L 2/13/99 6’1 200 CAN
310 LW Erik Gardiner Kelowna WHL L 3/21/99 6’1 182 CAN
311 LHD Daniel Andersen Linkopings J20 Superelit L 7/23/93 5’9 174 DEN
312 G Petr Kochetkov Penza VHL L 6/25/99 6’1 176 RUS
313 RW Ben Copeland Waterloo USHL R 4/27/99 5’11 165 USA
314 RW Danila Marushev Irbis Kazan MHL L 1/1/99 5’9 170 RUS
315 RW Emil Lind Leksands J20 Superelit R 3/3/99 5’10 163 SWE
316 G Kyle Keyser Oshawa OHL L 3/8/99 6’2 182 USA
317 RHD John Maniscalco Team USA NTDP R 2/17/99 6’1 200 USA
318 LHD Gleb Shutov Omskie Yastreby MHL L 2/12/99 6’2 176 RUS
319 C Sammy Walker Edina HS-MN R 6/7/99 5’10 161 USA
320 LW Akash Bains Red Deer WHL L 2/4/99 6’0 184 CAN
321 C Sean Dhooghe Team USA NTDP R 3/9/99 5’2 140 USA
322 G Nikita Maslennikov Dynamo St Petersburg MHL L 1/7/99 6’1 180 RUS
323 LHD Mathieu Charlebois Halifax QMJHL L 2/14/99 6’2 212 CAN
324 G Matt Welsh Charlottetown QMJHL L 7/13/99 5’10 179 CAN
325 G Kirill Ustemenko Dynamo St. Petersburg MHL L 1/29/99 6’3 178 BLR
326 RW Lukas Boka Windsor OHL R 6/12/99 5’11 192 USA
327 C/RW Artyom Belotsky Avto Yekaterinburg MHL L 5/24/99 6’1 168 RUS
328 LW Filip Krivosik HPK U20 Liiga Jrs R 3/27/99 6’3 213 SVK
329 LW Teemu Engberg HIFK U20 Liiga Jrs L 6/9/99 5’11 179 FIN
330 LHD Makar Khabarov Almaz MHL L 9/10/99 5’11 175 RUS
331 RW Kamil Sadlocha Madison USHL R 4/12/99 5’10 178 USA
332 G Juraj Sklenar Nitra U20 Slovak Extraliga L 7/13/99 6’2 172 SVK
333 C Parker Kelly Prince Albert WHL L 5/14/99 5’11 169 CAN
334 RW Lukas Henze Vasteras J20 Superelit R 7/1/99 6’2 201 SWE
335 RHD Hayden Davis Saginaw OHL R 7/21/99 6’2 190 CAN
336 LHD Tobias Aronsson MoDo J20 Superelit L 2/3/99 6’1 160 SWE
337 LW Connor McMenamin Sioux City USHL L 2/25/99 5’11 188 USA
338 LW Sean Richards Everett WHL L 12/15/98 5’11 180 CAN
339 RW Artur Rayn Taifun MHL L 1/12/99 6’0 165 RUS
340 G Matthew Villalta Sault Ste Marie OHL L 6/3/99 6’2 170 CAN
341 LW Vladimir Vybiral Slovakia U18 Slovak Extraliga L 12/29/98 6’0 174 SVK
342 LHD Aleksi Anttalainen TPS U20 Liiga Jrs L 3/28/99 5’9 187 FIN
343 G David Otter Leksands J20 Superelit L 9/25/98 6’2 181 SWE
344 G Ty Taylor Vernon BCHL L 7/5/99 6’2 192 CAN
345 LHD Joshua Ess Lakeville South HS-MN L 4/3/99 5’11 180 USA
346 RHD Victor Berglund MoDo J20 Superelit R 8/2/99 6’0 161 SWE
347 LW Severi Lahtinen Pelicans U20 Liiga Jrs L 12/13/98 6’0 176 FIN
348 LHD David Noel Chicoutimi QMJHL L 4/10/99 6’1 174 CAN
349 RW Tyler Gratton Chicago USHL L 8/6/99 6’1 176 USA
350 G Adam Ahman HV71 J20 Superelit L 7/31/99 5’11 154 SWE
351 RHD Paul DeNaples Sioux Falls USHL R 9/19/98 6’1 170 USA
352 LW Logan Cockerill Team USA NTDP L 3/3/99 5’9 164 USA
353 C Nikita Zhukov Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 4/8/99 5’7 143 RUS
354 LHD Jack Rathbone Dexter HS-MA L 5/20/99 5’10 177 USA
355 C Andre Fredriksson Farjestad J20 Superelit L 5/16/99 6’2 185 SWE
356 C/LW Maxim Tsyplakov Spartak Moscow MHL L 9/19/98 6’3 187 RUS
357 LHD Benjamin Gagne Drummondville QMJHL L 10/22/98 5’11 170 CAN
358 RW Vincent Milot-Oullet Gatineau QMJHL R 11/6/98 5’9 180 CAN
359 LHD Tomas Hedera Bratislava U20 Slovak Extraliga L 11/7/98 6’1 185 SVK
360 C Liam Hawel Guelph OHL R 4/18/99 6’5 179 CAN
361 RHD Dmitri Rodionychev Nizhny Novgorod MHL R 1/12/99 6’3 229 RUS
362 LHD Martin Kupec Slovakia U18 Slovak Extraliga L 5/25/99 5’11 181 SVK
363 LW Milos Fafrak Slovakia U18 Slovak U20 L 7/8/99 6’2 172 SVK
364 LHD Jan Bednar Liberec U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 1/15/99 6’1 200 CZE
365 LHD Grigory Afonkin Magnitigorsk MHL L 3/5/99 6’3 185 RUS
366 LHD Anthony DeMeo Sault Ste Marie OHL L 6/16/99 6’0 183 USA
367 G Tomas Vomacka Corpus Christi NAHL L 5/2/99 6’3 172 CZE
368 RW Hayden Ostir Spokane WHL R 7/6/99 5’11 190 CAN
369 C Christian Wejse Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL R 12/4/98 6’1 194 DEN
370 C/RW Aatu Luusuaniemi Karpat U20 Liiga Jrs R 1/6/99 6’1 196 FIN
371 RW Finn Evans St. Michael’s OJHL R 8/21/99 6’2 177 CAN
372 LW Erik Smolka Dukla Trencin U20 Slovak Extraliga L 11/14/98 6’2 192 SVK
373 LHD Adam Ziak Slovakia U18 Slovak U20 L 7/22/99 5’9 168 SVK
374 RW/C Brendan Semchuk Vancouver WHL R 2/21/99 5’11 170 CAN
375 LHD Antii Palojarvi Lukko U20 Liiga Jrs L 1/18/99 6’1 174 FIN
376 RHD Nikita Azarov Avto Yekaterinburg MHL R 6/2/99 6’0 192 RUS
377 LHD Alec Capstick Langley BCHL L 2/18/99 6’1 168 CAN
378 RW/LW Kirill Maksimov Niagara OHL R 6/1/99 6’1 190 RUS
379 LW Darian Pilon Sudbury OHL L 10/2/98 5’9 174 CAN
380 LHD Zach Lauzon Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL L 10/10/98 6’0 185 CAN
381 RW Nikita Shashkov Sibir Novosibirsk MHL L 3/26/99 5’11 165 RUS
382 C Alexander Klisunov Vityaz MHL L 4/2/99 6’1 180 RUS
383 LW/C Hugo Leufvenius Linköping J20 Superelit L 3/26/99 6’3 219 SWE
384 LHD Jakob Brahaney Kingston OHL L 3/26/99 6’2 180 CAN
385 C Carson MacKinnon Rimouski QMJHL L 8/2/99 6’0 162 CAN
386 RHD Scooter Brickey Muskegon USHL R 5/27/99 6’3 192 USA
387 RW Jeremy McKenna Moncton QMJHL R 4/20/99 5’10 182 CAN
388 LHD Calle Sjalin Ostersunds J20 J20 Elit L 9/2/99 6’1 179 SWE
389 G Erno Gerlander Jokerit U20 Liiga Jrs L 1/6/99 6’2 175 FIN
390 RW Tobias Ahstrom MoDo J20 Superelit L 2/20/99 5’11 172 SWE
391 RW/C Corey Andonovski St. Andrew’s HS-CAN R 3/24/99 6’0 187 CAN
392 LHD Matous Horsky Mlada Boleslav Extraliga Jrs. L 7/13/99 6’2 194 CZE
393 RW Matt Miller Sioux City USHL R 9/4/99 6’3 187 USA
394 C Cedric Pare Saint John QMJHL L 1/24/99 6’2 203 CAN
395 LW Charlie Hoffman Djugardens J20 Superelit L 2/13/99 5’9 150 SWE
396 LHD Jack Harris Prior Lake HS-MN L 6/13/99 6’0 165 USA
397 LHD Simon Benoit Shawinigan QMJHL L 9/19/98 6’2 176 CAN
398 RHD Alexander Lyakhov Lada MHL R 4/24/99 6’4 182 RUS
399 G Artyom Melnikov Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 1/18/99 5’10 150 RUS
400 LW Albert Michnac Guelph OHL L 10/18/98 5’10 163 CZE
401 RW Arnauld Riat Geneve U20 NLB R 4/18/99 6’0 154 SUI
402 LHD Eero Teravainen Lincoln USHL L 3/8/99 5’11 165 FIN
403 RW Cole Purboo Windsor OHL R 6/18/99 6’3 215 CAN
404 C Filip Engaras Skelleftea J20 Superelit R 5/16/99 5’11 176 SWE
405 LW Barrett Sheen Kootenay WHL L 9/20/98 6’4 218 CAN
406 C Jakob Ringsby Farjestad J20 Superelit L 6/16/99 5’10 185 SWE
407 C Simon Lafrance Val-d’Or QMJHL L 10/12/98 5’9 150 CAN
408 RW Ilya Drozdetskikh Mamonty Yugry MHL L 2/8/99 6’1 170 RUS
409 RHD Marcus Kichton Vancouver WHL R 1/9/99 5’11 185 CAN
410 RW Patrik Marcinek Zvolen U20 Slovak Extraliga L 10/4/98 5’11 183 SVK
411 LW Joey Cassetti Team USA NTDP L 2/28/99 6’3 187 USA
412 LHD Nikita Radzivilyuk Kootenay WHL L 3/9/99 6’1 187 RUS
413 C Erkka Seppala HPK U20 Liiga Jrs L 5/19/99 5’9 160 FIN
414 RHD Jeppe Mogensen AIK J18 J18 Elit R 3/14/99 6’1 176 DEN
415 LW/C Max Wennlund HV-71 J20 Superelit L 2/8/99 5’11 172 SWE
416 LW Desi Burgart Surrey BCHL L 9/28/98 6’1 180 CAN
417 G Linus Marcko Timra IK J20 Superelit L 5/26/99 6’4 190 SWE
418 LHD Juho Korhonen Karpat U20 Liiga Jrs L 5/19/99 5’9 165 FIN
419 C Marko Reifenberger Bloomington USHL L 1/19/99 6’0 177 USA
420 LHD Kelton Hatcher Sarnia OHL L 4/19/99 6’1 176 USA
421 RW Matej Galbavy Mora IK J20 Superelit L 10/27/98 6’0 170 SVK
422 RW David Kofron Trinec U20 Extraliga Jrs. R 11/24/98 5’10 147 CZE
423 RHD Jordan Lepage Halifax QMJHL R 7/5/99 6’0 173 CAN
424 LW Shaw Boomhower Mississauga OHL L 10/31/98 5’11 185 CAN
425 RW Alexander Pavlenko Avto Yekaterinburg MHL L 4/11/99 6’2 194 RUS
426 C Jordan Seyfert Chicago USHL R 4/3/99 5’10 165 USA
427 LW Justin Almeida Moose Jaw WHL L 2/6/99 5’9 176 CAN
428 LHD Dom Schmiemann Swift Current WHL L 4/2/99 6’4 189 CAN
429 RW Adam Dawe Notre Dame SJHL R 1/18/99 5’9 165 CAN
430 G Dawson Weatherill Spokane WHL L 6/3/99 6’4 190 CAN
431 RHD Gustav Lindstrom Altumna Allsvenskan R 10/20/98 6’2 187 SWE
432 LW Vladislav Rybakov Loko Yaroslavl MHL L 7/9/99 5’9 148 RUS
433 LW Matt Thompson Islanders USPHL L 11/7/98 6’1 194 USA
434 RHD Walter Flower Halifax QMJHL R 5/7/99 6’1 175 CAN
435 C/LW Emils Gergeris HK Riga MHL L 7/23/99 6’0 160 LAT
436 RHD August Berg Brynas J20 Superelit R 4/21/99 5’11 167 SWE
437 LW/C Oliver Kinnunen Blues U20 Liiga Jrs L 1/15/99 5’9 165 FIN
438 C Dylan Mills MN Wilderness NAHL R 8/18/99 6’3 200 USA
439 LW/C Santeri Virtanen Dubuque USHL L 5/11/99 6’1 189 FIN
440 LHD Brayden Gorda Edmonton WHL L 4/15/99 6’1 190 CAN
441 C/RW David Madsen Vaxjo J20 Superelit R 1/25/99 6’0 194 DEN
442 C/W German Poddubniy Erie OHL L 6/9/99 6’2 180 RUS
443 RW Steve Agriogianis Cedar Rapids USHL R 1/7/99 5’10 164 USA
444 RHD Mac Hollowell Sault Ste Marie OHL R 9/26/98 5’9 162 CAN
445 C Sven Leuenberger Zug U20 NLB R 2/18/99 5’10 187 SUI
446 LHD Olli Kaskinen TPS U20 Liiga Jrs L 1/27/99 6’0 185 FIN
447 RW Jussi Tammela Kalpa U20 Liiga Jrs R 6/25/99 6’0 185 FIN
448 LHD Ian Blacker Oshawa OHL L 5/27/99 6’4 175 CAN
449 G Chris McGonigle (LTIR) Kitchener OHL L 9/19/98 6’3 200 CAN
450 RHD Ryan Schoettler Prince George WHL R 7/25/99 5’10 163 CAN
451 LHD Karl Markstrom Altumna J20 J20 Elit L 5/1/99 5’9 185 SWE
452 C Alex Mella Shattuck St. Mary’s HS-MN L 2/21/99 6’0 187 USA
453 LHD Regnars Udris Junior Blues NAHL L 1/6/99 6’2 185 LAT
454 RHD William Cyr Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL R 5/6/99 5’9 142 CAN
455 LHD Keenan MacIsaac Chicoutimi QMJHL L 4/1/99 5’11 178 CAN
456 LHD Carson Sass Red Deer WHL L 5/22/99 6’0 182 CAN
457 LHD Corson Green Chicago USHL L 3/4/99 6’1 206 USA
458 RW Matt Cassidy Springfield Jr. Blues NAHL L 7/31/99 6’0 185 USA
459 RW Erik Aterius Leksand J20 Superelit L 5/1/99 5’10 194 SWE
460 RHD Nuutti Viitasalo TPS U20 Liiga Jrs R 4/4/99 6’1 174 FIN
461 C/RW Freddy Roslund Malmo J20 Superelit L 5/18/99 6’0 174 SWE
462 C Viliam Cacho Södertälje SK J20 Superelit L 10/14/98 5’11 170 SVK
463 G Daniel Lebedeff Madison USHL L 5/23/99 6’2 190 FIN
464 C Alexander Yaremchuk Mamonty Yugry MHL L 8/22/99 5’11 172 RUS
465 RHD Aidan Girduckis Carleton Place CCHL R 10/8/98 6’1 168 CAN
466 C Ethan Mcindoe Spokane WHL L 7/22/99 6’1 175 CAN
467 RW/C Jack Jacome Georgetown OJHL R 12/7/98 5’8 160 CAN
468 G Dimitriy Rayko HK MVD MHL L 3/3/99 6’0 189 RUS
469 RHD Cole Fraser Peterborough OHL R 8/23/99 6’2 191 CAN
470 LW James Malm Vancouver WHL L 6/25/99 5’9 178 CAN
471 LHD Jarrod Gourley Spruce Grove AJHL L 6/29/99 6’1 200 CAN
472 LHD Conor Ali Sudbury OHL L 3/9/99 6’0 185 CAN
473 RW/LW Brett Davis Kootenay WHL L 6/1/99 6’0 174 CAN
474 RHD Jeremy Diotte Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL R 6/7/99 5’8 160 CAN
475 LHD Kiril Zotov Magnitigorsk MHL L 2/5/99 6’1 187 RUS
476 C Matous Havrila Slovakia U18 Slovak U20 L 7/25/99 5’11 190 SVK
477 RW Trey Fix-Wolansky Edmonton WHL R 5/26/99 5’6 165 CAN
478 LHD Jake Harrison West Kelowna BCHL L 4/13/99 5’10 174 CAN
479 RHD John Stampohar Grand Rapids HS-MN R 9/24/98 6’2 205 USA
480 LHD Patrick Cotton Junior Bruins USPHL U18 L 5/25/99 6’3 210 SWE
481 C Santeri Hartikainen Groton HS-CT R 1/5/99 6’1 190 FIN
482 LW Alexander Belyayev Mamonty Yugry MHL L 3/28/99 6’1 178 RUS
483 C Adam Cheezo Val-d’Or QMJHL R 11/2/98 6’3 187 CAN
484 LW Roope Mäkitalo Pelicans U20 Liiga Jrs L 9/22/98 5’8 163 FIN
485 RHD Jantzen Leslie Saskatoon WHL R 2/11/99 6’1 175 CAN
486 C Ben Evans Ottawa OHL L 1/16/99 6’0 195 CAN
487 C/RW Brett Neumann Kingston OHL R 2/15/99 5’9 165 CAN
488 RHD Alexander Osin HK MVD MHL R 1/12/99 6’0 194 RUS
489 LW Carson Dimoff Aberdeen NAHL L 5/11/99 5’10 183 USA
490 RHD Cameron Hausinger Red Deer WHL R 1/12/99 5’10 188 USA
491 LW Lucas Chiodo Barrie OHL L 10/31/98 5’6 164 CAN
492 RW Lean Bergmann Sioux Falls USHL L 10/4/98 6’1 201 SUI
493 LW Petr Chlan Chomutov U20 Extraliga Jrs. L 6/2/99 5’8 168 CZE
494 LW Brad Chenier North Bay OHL L 1/20/99 5’11 186 CAN
495 C Jakub Urbanek Slovakia U18 Slovak Extraliga R 6/22/99 6’0 154 SVK
496 LW Nick McHugh Kitchener OHL L 2/13/99 5’10 163 CAN
497 LHD Griffin Mendel Penticton BCHL L 2/18/99 6’3 201 CAN
498 C Nick Campoli North York OJHL L 2/16/99 5’11 174 CAN
499 RW Nicolas Muller MoDo J20 Superelit R 6/21/99 6’0 159 SUI
500 RW Robbie Burt Oshawa OHL R 5/29/99 6’0 210 CAN