Rounds 3, 5, and 7, recap with commentary

This article can be found published on Sportsology‘s website.

85Round 3

61) Buffalo Sabres: Goaltender Jonas Johansson

Now that Ryan Miller is no longer the franchise goaltender in Buffalo, they are in search for the kid who can backstop the team for its first ever Stanley Cup and they’ll try to find that in Jonas Johansson, the No. 2-ranked European goalie. It’s a good choice for the Sabres since Thatcher Demko and Mason McDonald were off the table.

62) Nashville Predators: Left wing Justin Kirkland

Justin Kirkland has spent just one season with the Kelowna Rockets, but he averaged 0.71 point-per-game in his rookie campaign, second best among rookies on the team. He added another 10 points in 14 games during the Rockets’ playoff run.

63) Detroit Red Wings: Center Dominic Turgeon

A team which boasts the likes of two-way forward Pavel Datsyuk, the Red Wings added another player who prides himself with similar play. A native of Colorado, he won a silver and bronze medal with Team USA at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial and 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, respectively.

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64) Calgary Flames: Defenseman Brandon Hickey

Calgary has a roster currently full of defenseman – except one – that are over 6-feet tall. Brandon Hickey fits the profile perfectly at 6-foot-1 and he put together a sophomore campaign of 29 points in 49 games with Spruce Grove of the AJHL.

65) Florida Panthers: Right wing Juho Lammikko

Juho Lammikko has spent his young career only in Finland so far with Assat, mostly with the junior team. He broke out in 2012-13 with the Under-18 team with 53 points in 31 games and continued in 2013-14 with the junior team as he posted 42 points (17G, 25A).

66) Vancouver Canucks: Defenseman Nikita Tryamkin

Nikita Tryamkin had a good international tournament with Team Russia at the 2014 World Junior Championship. In seven games played, the hulking 6-foot-6 defenseman had three points. Along with the height, he has a 220 pounds on him.

67) Carolina Hurricanes: Left wing Warren Foegele

Warren Forgele has only played at St. Andrews in Ontario, but he lit the scoreboard up. He was over a 2 points-per-game player in 2013-14 and had an amazing 58 goals in 52 games with the school.

68) Toronto Maple Leafs: Defenseman Rinat Valiev

Rinat Valiev spent his first two seasons in the Russian junior league, but came over to North America to play with Kootenay of the Western Hockey League. He chipped in from the blue line with 23 assists in 55 games.

69) Winnipeg Jets: Defenseman Jack Glover

The U.S. National Team Development Program has been known to produce high quality players for the draft and Glover is no different. In his two seasons in the program with the Under-17 and Under-18 team, he posted 43 points in 107 games.

70) Ottawa Senators: Defenseman Miles Gendron

A native of Massachusetts, Miles Gendron spent his young career in his home state, playing for Rivers Academy the last two seasons. He was a point-per-game player in his rookie campaign and was just shy of achieving the same feat in his second year.

71) New Jersey Devils: Right wing Connor Chatham

Connor Chatham spent time in the U.S. National Team Development Program before moving to Omaha of the USHL and then Plymouth in the Ontario Hockey League. In his second game in the OHL, he scored a goal. He also won a gold medal at the 2011 Under-17 Four Nations Tournament and a silver at the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

72) San Jose Sharks: Right wing Alex Schoenborn

Alex Schoenborn doesn’t shy away from the penalty box. In his time in the NAPHL in 2011-12, he was in the sin bin for 154 minutes in just 63 games. In the 2013-14 season with Portland of the WHL, he had 121 penalty minutes in 72 games, while also added some offensive flair with 36 points.

73) Montreal Canadiens: Defenseman Brett Lernout

Brett Lenout grew up idolizing the hard-nosed Chris Pronger and, with a towering 6-foot-4 frame, he plays a rugged style as well. With the Swift Current Broncos, he posted 22 points in 72 games.

74) Buffalo Sabres: Defenseman Brycen Martin

With the second pick in the round, the Sabres focused on drafting defenseman Brycen Martin, who led all blueliners in points with Team Pacific at the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. He doubled his point production with Swift Current from his rookie season to his sophomore.

75) Dallas Stars: Defenseman Alexander Peters

Not only is Alexander Peters good at hockey, but he also medaled in track and field in the 200-meter sprint in the All-Ontario high school championship in 2012. He is the third brother to play in the OHL and is a stay-at-home defenseman.

76) Columbus Blue Jackets: Goaltender Elvis Merzlikins

The Latvian goaltender has played in international championships every year since 2010 and has posted a goals-against average of 2.13 and 2.76 in Swiss hockey in 2013-14 and 2012-13, respectively.

77) Columbus Blue Jackets: Defenseman Blake Siebnaler

Blake Siebnaler achieved the highest peak-power performance on the bike at the 2014 NHL Scouting Combine. He moved to Detroit to further his career and played briefly in the USHL before joining the Niagara IceDogs in the OHL to post 30 points in 68 games.

78) New York Islanders: Goaltender Ilya Sorokin

Ilya Sorokin has spent his goalie career thus far in Russia, playing for Novokuznetsk and the junior team. In the two seasons and four team (two per year), he has never had a goals-against average of over 3.00 and his save percentage has never dipped below 0.900.

79) Tampa Bay Lightning: Center Brayden Point

The center may be small at 5-foot-10, but that doesn’t mean he can’t score. He tallied 91 points in 72 games with Moose Jaw, which tied him for 12th in the WHL, and was 36 points ahead of the next highest scorer on the team. He also has leadership ability as he was assistant captain for Team Canada at the 2014 Under-18 World Championship.

80) Minnesota Wild: Defenseman Louis Belpedio

The defenseman has spent all his time with the U.S. National Team Development Program in Michigan as a member of the U-17 and U-18 team. During the two years, he compiled 32 points in 109 games.

81) San Jose Sharks: Left wing Dylan Sadowy

Dylan Sadowy was a key player for the Saginaw Spirit of the OHL. He led the team in goals (27) in 2012-13 and led to his nomination as the OHL’s Most Oustanding Player of the Year. The breakout year was huge for the 6-foot winger after scoring just two goals the season before.

82) St. Louis Blues: Defenseman Jake Walman

Jake Walman is a transplanted defenseman. He used to be a forward before switching positions in midget hockey. It helped as he entered the draft as the highest ranked OJHL and CJHL player and it also earned him the OJHL and CJHL Top Prospect Award and the Ontario Hockey Association’s BJ Monro Award.

83) Chicago Blackhawks: Right wing Matheson Iacopelli

The Michigan native spent one season in the USHL with Muskegon. His rookie campaign saw him net 41 goals and 23 assists in 58 games with the team.

84) Colorado Avalanche: Defenseman Kyle Wood

The towering 6-foot-4 defenseman spent one season with North Bay of the OHL, which saw him post 12 points (2G, 10A) with the team in 2013-14.

85) New York Rangers: Forward Keegan Iverson

The Minnesotan center has played with Portland of the WHL for two years and also took part in the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial with Team USA. The tournaments saw him post three points in 11 games while his last season with Portland saw him tally 42 points in 67 games.

86) Philadelphia Flyers: Defenseman Mark Friedman

The Philadelphia Flyers are keeping with the latest tradition of bringing in defensemen to the team, this time in Mark Friedman. The small blueliner (5-foot-10) brings a lot of scoring to the table. He had 40 points (10G, 30A) in 51 games in his only season with Waterloo of the USHL.

87) Arizona Coyotes: Right wing Anton Karlsson

A leader in the locker room, Anton Karlsson captained Team Sweden at the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and again at the 2014 Ivan Hlinka Memorial, both tournaments winning a medal for the country. He was also the youngest player on the team at the 2014 World Junior Championship.

88) Chicago Blackhawks: Forward Beau Starrett

Beau Starrett stands high above the rest as a 6-foot-5 forward. He spent one season with South Shore of the USPHL Premiere Division. On the team, he scored 47 points in 48 games and has the ability to play either as center or on the left.

89) Washington Capitals: Left wing Nathan Walker

Nathan Walker has been playing junior hockey since 2007-08 in the Czech Republic leagues, spending most of his time with Vitkovice. He switched to the AJHL with the Calgary Mustangs in 2013-14, though only appeared in two games.

90) Los Angeles Kings: Center Michael Amadio

The center from Sault Ste. Marie spent one season with North Bay of the OHL. He had 38 points (12G, 26A) in 62 games and had just 14 penalty minutes in that time.

Round 5

121) Buffalo Sabres: Center Maxwell Willman

Max Willman, a native of Burnstable, Massachusetts, has stuck to playing high school hockey in the state at Williston-Northampton. While there, he had 44 points (21G, 23A) in 25 games.

122) New York Rangers: Left wing Richard Nejezchleb

Richard Nejezchleb bounced back after an injury to his hand in 2012-13 when a teammate’s skate on the Brandon Wheat Kings cut him while he sat on the bench and caused ligament and nerve damage. It caused him to miss 21 games. The following season, he came back and posted 57 points (32G, 25A) in 66 games.

123) Anaheim Ducks: Defenseman Matthew Berkovitz

In 2013-14, Matthew Berkovitz spent time with Ashwaubenon in the high school league in Wisconsin and Team Wisconsin of the UMWHSEL. The defenseman chipped in 37 points in 24 games with Ashwaubenon and 13 points in 21 games with Team Wisconsin. He is committed to attend the University of Wisconsin for the fall of 2014.

124) St. Louis Blues: Right wing Jaedon Descheneau

Jaedon Descheneau has spent three seasons with the Kootenay Ice of the WHL. The diminutive winger (he is listed at 5-foot-8) had just 14 points in his rookie campaign, but began to light up the scoreboard the following season, posting 78 points (30G, 48A) in 2012-13 and then 98 points (44G, 54A) in 2013-14.

125) Montreal Canadiens: Defenseman Nikolas Koberstein

The 6-foot-2 defenseman spent just one season in the AJHL with Olds. During that time, he had five goals and 13 assists in 51 games.

126) Vancouver Canucks: Defenseman Gustav Forsling

Gustav Forsling has been playing in Sweden the last two seasons. With Linkoping U18 in 2012-13, he had 15 points (7G, 8A) in 31 games and with Linkoping Jr. in 2013-14, he had 18 points (6G, 12A) in 44 games. He also participated at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial.

127) Carolina Hurricanes: Center Clark Bishop

Clark Bishop has been playing with the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles since 2012-13 and in those 114 games, he potted 55 points. He also participated in the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial.

128) Toronto Maple Leafs: Center Dakota Joshua

The Michigan native, standing at 6-feet-2, played for Sioux Falls in the USHL. During 2013-14, the scored 17 goals and added 21 assists in 55 games.

129) Winnipeg Jets: Left wing Clinston Franklin

Clinston Franklin took part in the 2013 World Junior A Challenge with Team USA. In the tournament, he had three points (2G, 1A) in four games.

130) Edmonton Oilers: Forward Liam Coughlin

Liam Coughling spent one season with Vernon Vipers of the BCHL and in those 53 games, posted 18 goals and 27 assists.

131) New Jersey Devils: Defenseman Ryan Rehill

The 6-foot-2 defenseman out of Golden, British Columbia, played one season with Kamloops of the WHL, where he had four goals and 16 assists in 72 games.

132) Nashville Predators: Defenseman Joonas Lyytinen

Joonas Lyytinen has been overseas during his young career, playing with the Kalpa teams in Finland. In 2013-14, he was a point-per-game player with 24 points (7G, 17A) in 24 games.

133) Arizona Coyotes: Defenseman Dysin Mayo

The defenseman played in the WHL with the Edmonton Oil Kings for two years. His point production sky-rocketed his sophomore year when he went from five points in 42 games to 35 in 63 games.

134) Washington Capitals: Forward Shane Gersich

Shane Gersich comes from a hockey-rich family, as his uncles are the Broten Brothers, the most well-known of which is Neal, who won a goal medal at the 1980 Winter Olympics. He spent last season with the U-18 team at the U.S. NTDP, posting 30 points in 53 games. He is committed to the University of North Dakota for the fall of 2014.

135) Dallas Stars: Defenseman Miro Karjalainen

The 6-foot-5 defenseman played in Finland last season with Jokerit U18 and finished the season with eight points in 28 games.

136) Detroit Red Wings: Goaltender Chase Perry

The Minnesota native played three years of high school hockey in Minnesota and was a part of Team North West in the UMWHSEL and spent last season with Wenatchee in the NAHL. Aside from 2010-11, his goals-against average has never gone beyond 2.80.

137) Columbus Blue Jackets: Right wing Tyler Bird

Tyler Bird played high school hockey at St. John’s Prep in Massachusetts, his home state, in 2012-13 and had 22 points in 19 games before going to high school at Kimball Union in New Hampshire, where he had 60 points in 37 games.

138) Philadelphia Flyers: Left wing Oskar Lindblom

Oskar Lindblom is from Sweden and has stayed there to play hockey. He’s been a part of three Brynas teams and took part in the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial with Team Sweden.

139) Minnesota Wild: Defenseman Tanner Faith

Tanner Faith had eight points (2G, 6A) in 55 games with the Kootenay Ice of the WHL in 2012-13 before being limited to 10 games in 2012-13 where he had just one assist.

140) New York Rangers: Defenseman Daniel Walcott

Daniel Walcott, from Ile Perrot in Quebec, played in the QMJHL with Blainville-Boisbriand in 2012-13. In his 67 games, he had 10 goals and 29 assists.

141) Chicago Blackhawks: Defenseman Luc Snuggerud

Luc Snuggerud was a finalist for the 2014 Mr. Hockey Award as the most outstanding senior high school hockey player in Minnesota and was also the top-ranked U.S. high school player heading into the draft.

142) New York Rangers: Defenseman Tyler Nanne

His grandfather is a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame (Lou Nanne) and his brother was drafted in 2012 by the Minnesota Wild. He played high school hockey in Minnesota with Edina High and had 46 points in 50 games.

143) Florida Panthers: Left wing Miguel Fidler

Another member of Edina High in Minnesota, Miguel Fidler had 52 points in 47 games over two seasons and was part of Team South West in the UMWHSEL.

144) Colorado Avalanche: Defenseman Anton Lindholm

Since the 2009-10 season, Anton Lindholm has been a part of the Skelleftea teams in Sweden. His best year saw him post 24 points (9G, 15A) in 37 games in 2010-11.

145) Pittsburgh Penguins: Center Anthony Angello

From Albany, New York, the 6-foot-4 center played high school hockey for Fayetteville-Manlius in New York and then joined Omaha of the USHL, where he had 21 points in 58 games.

146) Boston Bruins: Left wing Anders Bjork

He has been part of the U.S. NTDP for two years, playing with the U-17 and U-18 teams and posted 24 points in 2012-13 in 56 games and 35 points in 53 games in 2013-14. His cousin is Erik Condra of the Ottawa Senators.

147) Montreal Canadiens: Center Daniel Audette

Though born in Buffalo, New York, Audette considers himself a Canadian and played for its U-18 team at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial. He also played with Sherbrooke in the QMJHL and had 76 points in 68 games in 2013-14.

148) Chicago Blackhawks: Defenseman Andreas Soderberg

Born in Sweden and playing in Sweden, the defenseman had nine points in 48 games with Skelleftea Jr. and U18 teams in 2013-14.

149) San Jose Sharks: Center Rourke Chartier

The last two seasons saw Rourke Chartier playing with Kelowna of the WHL. His last season was his best, posting 58 points (24G, 34A) in 72 games and was a member of Team Canada at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial.

150) Los Angeles Kings: Goaltender Alec Dillon

Alec Dillon spent last season with Victoria of the BCHL where he started 33 games and had a goals-against average of 2.76 and a save percentage of .910 and had a shutout.

Round 7

181) Buffalo Sabres: Right wing Victor Olofsson

A member of the Modo teams the last two years in the Swedish leagues, Victor Olofsson had a breakout year in 2013-14 with Modo Jr. Before the year, he only had five points, but at the end of this past season, he had 53 points (32G, 21A) in 44 games.

182) Florida Panthers: Goaltender Hugo Fagerblom

With a 6-foot-6 frame and at 202 pounds, Hugo Fagerblom will fill the net nicely and his numbers show it after playing with Frolunda U18 in Sweden. The highest goals-against average he had is only a 2.24 and the lowest save-percentage is .916.

183) Edmonton Oilers: Goaltender Keven Bouchard

Keven Bouchard spent three years with Jonquiere in the LDHMAAAQ with some decent years before doing to Val-d’Or of the QMJHL and posting a 2.95 goals-against average and .887 save-percentage with two shutouts.

184) Calgary Flames: Right wing Austin Carroll

Austin Carroll started things off in the BCHL with Coquitlam before going to Victoria of the WHL and quadrupling his point production. In 2012-13, he had 42 points in 67 games and in 2013-14, he had 57 points in 70 games.

185) Tampa Bay Lightning: Center Cameron Darcy

Growing up in South Boston, Cameron Darcy played at the Dexter School in Massachusetts before going to Michigan to join the U.S. NTDP program and spending two seasons on the U-17 and U-18 teams. He went to Northeastern for a year before going the juniors route and joining Cape Breton of the QMJHL.

186) Vancouver Canucks: Defenseman Mackenze Stewart

Mackenzie Stewart has been playing in the WHL for the past two seasons with the Prince Albert Raiders. This year, he had nine points (5G, 4A) in 55 games.

187) Carolina Hurricanes: Defenseman Kyle Jenkins

Kyle Jenkins started off in the OJHL with Oakville and had 29 points in 46 games before going to the OHL with Sault Ste. Marie and had 25 points in 63 games.

188) Toronto Maple Leafs: Left wing Pierre Engvall

Pierre Engvall has been over in Sweden during his hockey career with Frolunda. His last season, split between Frolunda Jr. and Frolunda U18, saw him pot 28 goals and 43 assists in 55 games.

189) Ottawa Senators: Defenseman Kelly Summers

He’s following in his cousin’s (Mike Sullivan) footsteps by being drafted in the NHL. Kelly Summers played for Carleton Place of the CCHL and in his last season, had 60 points in 56 games.

190) Ottawa Senators: Left wing Francis Perron

Hailing from Laval, Quebec, Francis Perron played for Rouyn-Noranda of the QMJHL the last two seasons. He had 55 points (16G, 39A) in 68 games in 2013-14.

191) Arizona Coyotes: Left wing Jared Fiegl

Living in the state of USA Hockey, it was no surprise to see Jared Fiegl head to the U.S. NTDP to play for the U-17 and U-18 teams in Michigan. He had 16 points (7G, 9A) in 56 games in 2012-13 and five points (1G, 4A) in 37 games in 2013-14.

192) Winnipeg Jets: Forward Matt Ustaski

Another U.S. kid, but this one went up to Canada to play in the BCHL with Langley. His 2013-14 season saw him pot 29 goals and 20 assists in 54 games.

193) Arizona Coyotes: Left wing Edgars Kulda

Edgars Kulpa had 60 points in 66 games with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL and had a goal and two assists in the championship game of the Memorial Cup – which they did win – and won the Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as the tournament’s MVP.

194) Washington Capitals: Right wing Kevin Elgestal

The Swede has been playing for the Frolunda teams in the Swedish league and took part in the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial. With Frolunda Jr. in 2013-14, he had 35 points in 44 games.

195) Dallas Stars: Defenseman Patrick Sanvido

Patrick Sanvido has spent only one year in the OHL with the Windsor Spitfires. In that time, he had eight points (1G, 7A) in 64 games and also had 82 penalty minutes.

196) Detroit Red Wings: Center Axel Holmstrom

In 2013-14, Axel Holmstrom was a part of the Skelleftea team and its junior version, plus participated in the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial for Team Sweden. Playing for the junior team, he had 38 points in 33 games.

197) Columbus Blue Jackets: Defenseman Olivier LeBlanc

Born in Quebec City, it was only natural to see Olivier LeBlanc play in the QMJHL, which he did for two seasons with Saint John. He had 18 points in 2012-13, but climbed the points ladder to 33 in 2013-14.

198) Philadelphia Flyers: Defenseman Jesper Pettersson

Rounding out the picks for the Philadelphia Flyers, it was of course another defenseman. Jesper Pettersson has been playing in Sweden with the Linkoping teams since 2010-11 and was a part of Team Sweden at the 2014 World Junior Championship.

199) Minnesota Wild: Center Pavel Jenys

The Czech Republic native posted 19 points (13G, 6A) in 26 games for Brno Jr. and was a member of his country’s team for the 2013 World Junior A Challenge, which saw him add two helpers in four games.

200) New York Islanders: Center Lukas Sutter

Lukas Sutter, the son of Rich Sutter, was originally drafted in 2012 by the Winnipeg Jets, but now, he went through the process again in 2014 and went to the New York Islanders this time around. He’s been in the WHL for the last four seasons, playing with Saskatoon and Red Deer.

201) Detroit Red Wings: Center Alexander Kadeykin

One of the older prospects, Alexander Kadeykin has spent his time in Russia with the Mytischi teams. His best year was in 2012-13, where he had 43 points (14G, 29A) in just 26 games before leveling out in 2013-14 with 23 points (8G, 15A) in 54 games.

202) St. Louis Blues: Right wing Dwyer Tschantz

A Delaware kid, Dwyer Tschantz grew up playing hockey around the Philadelphia area and was a part of Team Comcast in the USMAAAE and participated in the 2012 USA Hockey Select 17 Player Development Camp.

203) Pittsburgh Penguins: Jeff Taylor

From Albany, New York, Jeff Taylor spent one year playing high school hockey in the area, posting 38 points in 26 games.

204) Colorado Avalanche: Forward Julien Nantel

Julien Nantel was just one of three midget players on Team Quebec at the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and was Rouyn-Noranda’s second-highest scoring rookie in 2013-14 with 34 points.

205) Anaheim Ducks: Right wing Ondrej Kase

Ondrej Kase played for the Czech Republic at the 2014 World Junior Championship and also for the 2012 Ivan Hlinka Memorial. He spent most of the 2013-14 playing for Chomutov in the top men’s league in the country.

206) Boston Bruins: Emil Johansson

Emil Johansson has spent all his years playing in Sweden with HV 71 Jr. and U18 teams. He also was a member of Team Sweden at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial.

207) Montreal Canadiens: Forward Jake Evans

The last two seasons have seen Jake Evans playing for St. Michaels in the OJHL. He had 44 points (12G, 32A) in 50 games in 2012-13 and had a better 103-14 season with 63 points (16G, 47A) in 49 games.

208) Chicago Blackhawks: Right win Jack Ramsey

Jack Ramsey has hockey blood in him as his father, Mike Ramsey, was a member of the 1980 U.S. Winter Olympic team and a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. Jack played two years of high school hockey in Minnesota before going to Canada to play for Penticton in the BCHL.

209) Los Angeles Kings: Right wing Spencer Watson

Spencer Watson was the leading scorer at the 2013 Ivan Hlinka Memorial with his 10 points (4G, 6A). He was also a part of the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. He has played for Kingston of the OHL the past two seasons.

210) Los Angeles Kings: Defenseman Jacob Middleton

Jacob Middleton has bounced around in the OHL a bit from 2012 through 2014, playing for Ottawa and Owen Sound. In 2013-14, on just one team, he compiled 23 points in 65 games.

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