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2009–10 Atlanta Thrashers
Division 2nd Southeast
Conference 10th Eastern
2009–10 record 35-34-13
Home record 19-16-6
Road record 16-18-7
Goals for 234
Goals against 256
Team information
General Manager Don Waddell
Coach John Anderson
Captain Ilya Kovalchuk (Oct-Feb)

Vacant

Alternate captains Colby Armstrong

Zach Bogosian Ron Hainsey Vyacheslav Kozlov

Arena Philips Arena
Average attendance 13,607 (73.4%)

Total: 557,897

Team leaders
Goals Ilya Kovalchuck (31)
Assists Tobias Enstrom (44)
Points Nik Antropov (67)
Penalties in minutes Eric Boulton (113)
Plus/minus Nik Antropov (+13)
Wins Johan Hedberg (21)
Goals against average Johan Hedberg (2.62)

The 2009–10 Atlanta Thrashers season was the 10th season of the franchise in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Thrashers failed to make the playoffs this season and at the end of the regular season, announced that they will not retain John Anderson as head coach, the Thrashers also promoted Don Waddell to President and Rick Dudley to General Manager. Assistant coaches Randy Cunneyworth, Todd Nelson and Steve Weeks were also not retained.[1]

Off-seasonEdit

With the fourth-overall pick in the Entry Draft, the Thrashers chose forward Evander Kane.

The Thrashers signed free agent forward Nik Antropov, intending to team him with Ilya Kovalchuk. The Thrashers made a trade for defenceman Pavel Kubina from the Toronto Maple Leafs, giving up Garnet Exelby in a four-player deal.

Regular seasonEdit

Divisional standingsEdit

Southeast Division[2] GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
1 p–Washington Capitals 82 54 15 13 318 233 121
2 Atlanta Thrashers 82 35 34 13 234 256 83
3 Carolina Hurricanes 82 35 37 10 230 256 80
4 Tampa Bay Lightning 82 34 36 12 217 260 80
5 Florida Panthers 82 32 37 13 208 244 77

Conference standingsEdit

Eastern Conference[3] GP W L OTL GF GA PTS
p–Washington Capitals 82 54 15 13 318 233 121
y–New Jersey Devils 82 48 27 7 222 191 103
y–Buffalo Sabres 82 45 27 10 235 207 100
Pittsburgh Penguins 82 47 28 7 257 237 101
Ottawa Senators 82 44 32 6 225 238 94
Boston Bruins 82 39 30 13 206 200 91
Philadelphia Flyers 82 41 35 6 236 225 88
Montreal Canadiens 82 39 33 10 217 223 88
New York Rangers 82 38 33 11 222 218 87
Atlanta Thrashers 82 35 34 13 234 256 83
Carolina Hurricanes 82 35 37 10 230 256 80
Tampa Bay Lightning 82 34 36 12 217 260 80
New York Islanders 82 34 37 11 222 264 79
Florida Panthers 82 32 37 13 208 244 77
Toronto Maple Leafs 82 30 38 14 214 267 74

bold – Qualified for playoffs; y – Won division; p – Won Presidents' Trophy (and division)

Game logEdit

  • Green background indicates win (2 points).
  • Red background indicates regulation loss (0 points).
  • White background indicates overtime/shootout loss (1 point).
2009–10 Game Log
[hide]October: 5–4–1 (Home: 1–3-0 ; Road: 4–1–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
1 October 3 Tampa Bay Lightning 3-6 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 18,545 1-0-0 2
2 October 8 Atlanta Thrashers 4-2 St. Louis Blues Pavelec 19,150 2-0-0 4
3 October 10 Atlanta Thrashers 2-4 Ottawa Senators Pavelec 19,360 2-1-0 4
4 October 16 Atlanta Thrashers 4-2 New Jersey Devils Pavelec 14,187 3-1-0 6
5 October 17 Atlanta Thrashers 4-2 Buffalo Sabres Hedberg 18,690 4-1-0 8
6 October 20 Atlanta Thrashers 1-2 Montreal Canadiens SO Pavelec 21,273 4-1-1 9
7 October 22 Washington Capitals 5-4 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 13,192 4-2-1 9
8 October 24 San Jose Sharks 4-3 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 14,945 4-3-1 9
9 October 29 Washington Capitals 4-3 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 12,893 4-4-1 9
10 October 31 Atlanta Thrashers 3–1 Ottawa Senators Pavelec 17,297 5-4-1 11
[hide]November: 9–3–2 (Home: 5–2–2 ; Road: 4–1–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
11 November 3 Atlanta Thrashers 5-4 Montreal Canadiens Pavelec 21,273 6-4-1 13
12 November 5 Columbus Blue Jackets 4-3 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 10,878 6-5-1 13
13 November 7 Atlanta Thrashers 3-6 New York Islanders Pavelec 14,119 6-6-1 13
14 November 8 St. Louis Blues 2-3 Atlanta Thrashers SO Hedberg 10,904 7-6-1 15
15 November 12 Atlanta Thrashers 5-3 New York Rangers Hedberg 18,200 8-6-1 17
16 November 13 Los Angeles Kings 0-7 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 15,638 9-6-1 19
17 November 15 Edmonton Oilers 2-3 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 11,091 10-6-1 21
18 November 19 Boston Bruins 4-3 Atlanta Thrashers SO Pavelec 12,112 10-6-2 22
19 November 21 Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 17,588 10-7-2 22
20 November 22 Tampa Bay Lightning 4-3 Atlanta Thrashers OT Pavelec 13,342 10-7-3 23
21 November 25 Atlanta Thrashers 2-0 Detroit Red Wings Pavelec 19,751 11-7-3 25
22 November 27 Atlanta Thrashers 6-4 Carolina Hurricanes Pavelec 14,463 12-7-3 27
23 November 28 Philadelphia Flyers 0-1 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 16,018 13-7-3 29
24 November 30 Florida Panthers 3-4 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 10,310 14-7-3 31
[hide]December: 4–10–1 (Home: 2–2–1 ; Road: 2–8–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
25 December 3 New York Islanders 4-1 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 11,704 14-8-3 31
26 December 5 Atlanta Thrashers 2-1 Florida Panthers SO Hedberg 13,291 15-8-3 33
27 December 7 Atlanta Thrashers 2-5 Toronto Maple Leafs Pavelec 19,050 15-9-3 33
28 December 9 Atlanta Thrashers 1-3 Calgary Flames Hedberg 19,289 15-10-3 33
29 December 10 Atlanta Thrashers 2-4 Vancouver Canucks Pavelec 18,810 15-11-3 33
30 December 12 Montreal Canadiens 3-4 Atlanta Thrashers OT Hedberg 16,616 16-11-3 35
31 December 14 Atlanta Thrashers 3-2 New York Rangers SO Hedberg 18,200 17-11-3 37
32 December 16 Atlanta Thrashers 3-4 Florida Panthers Hedberg 11,672 17-12-3 37
33 December 17 Dallas Stars 5-6 Atlanta Thrashers OT Pavelec 11,957 18-12-3 39
34 December 19 New Jersey Devils 5-4 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 14,616 18-13-3 39
35 December 21 Montreal Canadiens 4-3 Atlanta Thrashers OT Hedberg 15,075 18-13-4 40
36 December 23 Atlanta Thrashers 4-6 Boston Bruins Hedberg 17,565 18-14-4 40
37 December 26 Atlanta Thrashers 3-4 Tampa Bay Lightning Pavelec 15,437 18-15-4 40
38 December 28 Atlanta Thrashers 2-3 New Jersey Devils Hedberg 17,024 18-16-4 40
39 December 30 Atlanta Thrashers 0-4 Boston Bruins Pavelec 17,565 18-17-4 40
[hide]January: 6–5–4 (Home: 4–2–1 ; Road: 2–3–3)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
40 January 1 Atlanta Thrashers 3-4 Buffalo Sabres OT Hedberg 18,690 18-17-5 41
41 January 2 Atlanta Thrashers 5-6 New York Islanders SO Hedberg 12,824 18-17-6 42
42 January 5 Atlanta Thrashers 2-5 Pittsburgh Penguins Pavelec 17,049 18-18-6 42
43 January 7 New York Rangers 1-2 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 9,179 19-18-6 44
44 January 9 Washington Capitals 8-1 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 16,767 19-19-6 44
45 January 12 Ottawa Senators 1-6 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 10,017 20-19-6 46
46 January 14 Buffalo Sabres 2-1 Atlanta Thrashers OT Pavelec 11,313 20-19-7 47
47 January 16 Atlanta Thrashers 5-3 Carolina Hurricanes Pavelec 14,812 21-19-7 49
48 January 18 Atlanta Thrashers 0-1 Florida Panthers Hedberg 11,818 21-20-7 49
49 January 19 Toronto Maple Leafs 3-4 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 10,208 22-20-7 51
50 January 21 Carolina Hurricanes 5-2 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 10,472 22-21-7 51
51 January 23 Atlanta Thrashers 2-1 Tampa Bay Lightning SO Hedberg 16,212 22-21-8 52
52 January 26 Anaheim Ducks 1-2 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 12,984 23-21-8 54
53 January 28 Atlanta Thrashers 4-3 Philadelphia Flyers Hedberg 19,611 24-21-8 56
54 January 30 Atlanta Thrashers 3-4 Nashville Predators Hedberg 16,646 24-22-8 56
[hide]February: 2–2–2 (Home: 1–1–0 ; Road: 1–1–2)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
55 February 2 Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 11,390 24-23-8 56
56 February 5 Atlanta Thrashers 2-5 Washington Capitals Pavelec 18,277 24-24-8 56
57 February 6 Florida Panthers 2-4 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 16,743 25-24-8 58
58 February 10 Atlanta Thrashers 3-4 Colorado Avalanche OT Hedberg 11,644 25-24-9 59
59 February 12 Atlanta Thrashers 3-2 Minnesota Wild Hedberg 18,257 26-24-9 61
60 February 13 Atlanta Thrashers 4-5 Chicago Blackhawks SO Pavelec 22,275 26-24-10 62
[hide]March: 8–7–2 (Home: 5–5–2 ; Road: 3–2–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
61 March 2 Florida Panthers 2-4 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 13,818 27-24-10 64
62 March 4 New York Islanders 3-6 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 14,776 28-24-10 66
63 March 6 Atlanta Thrashers 2-6 Tampa Bay Lightning Hedberg 19,926 28-25-10 66
64 March 7 Carolina Hurricanes 4-0 Atlanta Thrashers Pavelec 15,306 28-26-10 66
65 March 9 Nashville Predators 2-1 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 11,106 28-27-10 66
66 March 11 Atlanta Thrashers 1-2 Columbus Blue Jackets Hedberg 13,459 28-28-10 66
67 March 12 New York Rangers 5-2 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 15,571 28-29-10 66
68 March 14 Phoenix Coyotes 3-2 Atlanta Thrashers SO Pavelec 15,914 28-29-11 67
69 March 16 Buffalo Sabres 3-4 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 12,540 29-29-11 69
70 March 18 Ottawa Senators 3-6 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 12,718 30-29-11 71
71 March 20 Philadelphia Flyers 2-5 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 17,024 31-29-11 73
72 March 21 Atlanta Thrashers 3-1 Philadelphia Flyers Pavelec 19,575 32-29-11 75
73 March 23 Boston Bruins 4-0 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 14,042 32-30-11 75
74 March 25 Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 Atlanta Thrashers OT Pavelec 14,148 32-30-12 76
75 March 27 Atlanta Thrashers 4-0 Carolina Hurricanes Hedberg 16,108 33-30-12 78
76 March 29 Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 13,440 33-31-12 78
77 March 30 Atlanta Thrashers 3-2 Toronto Maple Leafs Pavelec 19,079 34-31-12 80
[hide]April: 1–3–1 (Home: 1–1–0 ; Road: 0–2–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
78 April 1 Atlanta Thrashers 1-2 Washington Capitals Pavelec 18,277 34-32-12 80
79 April 3 Atlanta Thrashers 3-4 Pittsburgh Penguins OT Hedberg 17,047 34-32-13 81
80 April 6 New Jersey Devils 3-0 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 12,038 34-33-13 81
81 April 9 Atlanta Thrashers 2-5 Washington Capitals Pavelec 18,277 34-34-13 81
82 April 10 Pittsburgh Penguins 0-1 Atlanta Thrashers Hedberg 18,959 35-34-13 83

Player statsEdit

SkatersEdit

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/− = Plus/Minus; PIM = Penalty Minutes

Regular season
Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM
Nik Antropov 76 24 43 67 13 44
Maxim Afinogenov 82 24 37 61 -17 46
Ilya Kovalchuk 49 31 27 58 1 45
Rich Peverley 82 22 33 55 -14 36
Tobias Enstrom 82 6 44 50 -5 30
Pavel Kubina 76 6 32 38 0 66
Bryan Little 79 13 21 34 -6 20
Colby Armstrong 79 15 14 29 6 61
Vyacheslav Kozlov 55 8 18 26 -15 33
Todd White 65 7 19 26 -11 24
Ron Hainsey 80 5 21 26 -6 39
Evander Kane 66 14 12 26 2 62
Zach Bogosian 81 10 13 23 -18 61
Jim Slater 61 11 7 18 1 60
Marty Reasoner 80 4 13 17 -3 24
Niclas Bergfors 27 8 9 17 -3 0
Chris Thorburn 76 4 9 13 6 89
Johnny Oduya 27 1 8 9 6 12
Clarke MacArthur 21 3 6 9 -2 2
Eric Boulton 62 2 6 8 -1 113
Christoph Schubert 47 2 5 7 -6 69
Evgeny Artyukhin 17 5 2 7 -4 31
Anssi Salmela 29 1 4 5 4 22
Mark Popovic 37 2 2 4 0 10
Boris Valabik 23 0 2 2 2 36
Tim Stapleton 6 2 0 2 1 2
Arturs Kulda 4 0 2 2 2 2
Chris Chelios 7 0 0 0 -2 0

GoaltendersEdit

Note: GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime Losses; GA = Goals Against; GAA= Goals Against Average; SA= Shots Against; SV= Saves; Sv% = Save Percentage; SO= Shutouts

Regular season
Player GP TOI W L OT GA GAA SA Sv% SO G A PIM
Johan Hedberg 47 2632 21 16 6 115 2.62 1355 .915 3 0 1 6
Ondrej Pavelec 42 2317 14 18 7 127 3.29 1353 .906 2 0 1 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Thrashers. Stats reflect time with the Thrashers only. Traded mid-season underline/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and recordsEdit

RecordsEdit

Player Record (Amount) Achieved
Tobias Enstrom Most assist by a defenseman in franchise history (83) December 19, 2009
Most points in franchise history by a defenseman in a single season (40) January 5, 2010
Most points by a defenseman in franchise history (108) January 16, 2010
Most assists in franchise history by a defenseman in a single season (35) January 26, 2010
Eric Boulton Most penalty minutes in franchise history (536) March 20, 2010

MilestonesEdit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Evander Kane 1st Career NHL Game

1st Career NHL Assist 1st Career NHL Point

October 3, 2009
Evander Kane 1st Career NHL Goal October 8, 2009
Ilya Kovalchuk 300th career NHL Goal
Colby Armstrong 150th career NHL point
Chris Thorburn 200th career NHL game October 16, 2009
Ron Hainsey 100th career NHL assist October 29, 2009
Mark Popovic 1st career NHL Goal November 3, 2009
Pavel Kubina 100th career NHL Goal November 7, 2009
Ondrej Pavelec 1st career NHL shutout November 13, 2009
Mark Popovic 1st career NHL goal
Todd White 600th Career NHL game December 12, 2009
Eric Boulton 1,000th Career NHL PIM
Maxim Afinogenov 600th Career NHL Game December 14, 2009
Christoph Schubert 300th Career NHL Game December 21, 2009
Tobias Enstrom 200th Career NHL Game December 23, 2009
100th career NHL point December 28, 2009
Ilya Kovalchuk 600th career NHL point January 1, 2010
Ondrej Pavelec 1st career NHL point January 12, 2010
Eric Boulton 1st career NHL power play goal
Todd White 200th game as a Thrasher
Jim Slater 300th career NHL game January 16, 2010
Nik Antropov 200th career NHL assist January 30, 2010
Pavel Kubina 800th career NHL game February 2, 2010
Marty Reasoner 600th career NHL game February 5, 2010
Johan Hedberg 50th win as a Thrasher February 12, 2010
Rich Peverley 100th career NHL point March 2, 2010
Tobias Enstrom 100th career NHL assist March 18, 2010

AwardsEdit

Regular Season
Player Award Awarded
Ilya Kovalchuk[4] NHL Second Star of the Week November 16, 2009

TransactionsEdit

The Thrashers have been involved in the following transactions during the 2009–10 season.

TradesEdit

Date Details
June 27, 2009 To Los Angeles Kings----

4th-round pick (#95 overall) in 2009

To Atlanta Thrashers----

4th-round pick (#117 overall) in 2009 4th-round pick (#120 overall) in 2009 7th-round pick (#203 overall) in 2009

June 27, 2009 To Chicago Blackhawks----

6th-round pick (#177 overall) in 2009

To Atlanta Thrashers----

5th-round pick in 2010

July 1, 2009[5] To Toronto Maple Leafs----

Garnet Exelby Colin Stuart

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Pavel Kubina Tim Stapleton

September 24, 2009[6] To Anaheim Ducks----

Future Considerations

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Steve McCarthy

October 8, 2009[7] To Columbus Blue Jackets----

Jordan LaVallee-Smotherman

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Future Considerations

February 4, 2010[8] To New Jersey Devils----

Ilya Kovalchuk Anssi Salmela second-round pick in 2010

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Johnny Oduya Niclas Bergfors Patrice Cormier 1st-round pick in 2010 second-round pick in 2010

February 9, 2010[9] To Dallas Stars----

Kari Lehtonen

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Ivan Vishnevskiy 4th-round pick in 2010

March 1, 2010[10] To Anaheim Ducks----

Nathan Oystrick Conditional draft pick in 2011

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Evgeny Artyukhin

March 1, 2010[11] To Buffalo Sabres----

3rd-round draft pick in 2010 4th-round draft pick in 2010

To Atlanta Thrashers----

Clarke MacArthur

Free agents acquiredEdit

Player Former team Contract terms
Nik Antropov[12] New York Rangers 4 years, $16 million
Joel Kwiatkowski[13] Severstal Cherepovets undisclosed
Jason Krog[14] Manitoba Moose undisclosed
Drew MacIntyre[15] Milwaukee Admirals undisclosed
Peter Mannino[16] New York Islanders undisclosed
Anthony Stewart[17] Florida Panthers undisclosed
Noah Welch[18] Tampa Bay Lightning undisclosed
Josh Gratton[19] Philadelphia Flyers undisclosed
Michael Vernace[20] Colorado Avalanche undisclosed
Mark Popovic[21] SKA St. Petersburg undisclosed
Maxim Afinogenov[22] Buffalo Sabres 1 year, $800,000
Chris Chelios[23] Detroit Red Wings undisclosed

Free agents lostEdit

Player New team Contract terms
Clay Wilson[24] Florida Panthers 2 years

Claimed via WaiversEdit

Player Former team Date claimed off waivers
Christoph Schubert[25] Ottawa Senators October 2, 2009

Lost via WaiversEdit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Player SigningsEdit

Player Contract terms
Anssi Salmela[26] 2 years, $1.225 million
Marty Reasoner[27] 2 years, $2.3 million
Andrew Kozek[28] undisclosed
Rylan Kaip[29] undisclosed
Chris Thorburn[30] 2 years, $1.32 million
Joseph Crabb[31] undisclosed
Nathan Oystrick[32] undisclosed
Jim Slater[33] 1 year, $800,000
Kari Lehtonen[34] 1 year, $3 million
Colby Armstrong[35] 2 years, $2.4 million
Scott Lehman[36] undisclosed
Grant Lewis[37] undisclosed
Tim Stapleton[38] undisclosed
Evander Kane[39] undisclosed
Boris Valabik[40] 2 years, $1.525 million
Michael Forney[41] multi-year contract
Rich Peverley[42] 2 years, $2.6 million contract extension

Final rosterEdit

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# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
61 Russia Maxim Afinogenov L 31 2009 Moscow, Soviet Union
80 Kazakhstan Nik Antropov C L 30 2009 Ust-Kamenogorsk, Soviet Union
20 Canada Colby Armstrong (A) RW R 27 2008 Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
76 Russia Evgeny Artyukhin RW L 27 2010 Moscow, Soviet Union
18 Sweden Nicklas Bergfors LW R 23 2010 Södertälje, Sweden
4 United States Zach Bogosian (A) D R 20 2008 Massena, New York
36 Canada Eric Boulton LW L 34 2005 Halifax, Nova Scotia
39 Sweden Tobias Enstrom D L 25 2003 Nordingrå, Sweden
6 United States Ron Hainsey (A) D L 29 2008 Bolton, Connecticut
1 Sweden Johan Hedberg G L 37 2006 Leksand, Sweden
9 Canada Evander Kane LW L 19 2009 Vancouver, British Columbia
13 Russia Vyacheslav Kozlov (A) LW L 38 2002 Voskresensk, Soviet Union
77 Czech Republic Pavel Kubina  !D R 33 2009 Čeladná, Czechoslovakia
10 Canada Bryan Little RW R 22 2006 Edmonton, Alberta
41 Canada Clarke MacArthur LW L 25 2010 Lloydminster, Alberta
29 Sweden Johnny Oduya D L 28 2010 Stockholm, Sweden
31 Czech Republic Ondrej Pavelec G L 23 2005 Kladno, Czechoslovakia
47 Canada Rich Peverley C/LW R 28 2009 Guelph, Ontario
3 Canada Mark Popovic D L 27 2009 Stoney Creek, Ontario
19 United States Marty Reasoner C L 33 2008 Honeoye Falls, New York
16 Germany Christoph Schubert D L 28 2009 Munich, West Germany
23 United States Jim Slater C L 27 2002 Petoskey, Michigan
27 Canada Chris Thorburn RW R 27 2007 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
5 Slovakia Boris Valabik D L 24 2004 Nitra, Czechoslovakia
12 Canada W odd White C L 35 2007 Kanata, Ontario

Draft picksEdit

Atlanta's picks at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal • Quebec.

Round Overall Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 4 Evander Kane (C) Canada Vancouver Giants (Western Hockey League)
2 34 Carl Klingberg (F) Sweden Frölunda HC (J20 SuperElit)
2 45 (from Anaheim via Washington and Montreal) Jeremy Morin (LW) United States U.S. National U18 Team (National Team Development Program)
4 117 (from San Jose via Los Angeles) Edward Pasquale (G) Canada Saginaw Spirit (Ontario Hockey League)
4 120 (from Detroit via Los Angeles) Ben Chiarot (D) Canada Guelph Storm (OHL)
5 125 Cody Sol (D) Canada Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
6 155 Jimmy Bubnick (C) Canada Kamloops Blazers (Western Hockey League)
7 185 Levo Koper (LW) Canada Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
7 203 (from Vancouver via Los Angeles) Jordan Samuels-Thomas (LW) United States Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)

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