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Edmonton Oilers select Alexander Khovanov
With the 39th overall pick, the Dallas Stars are proud to select, from the Red Deer Rebels of the WHL,
D Alexander Alexeyev
The big bodied russian defenseman is a jack of all trades type defender who is proficient at most everything, however he needs to gain some elite skills to distinguish himself from any other ordinary middle pairing defender. The 6'3 Russian man uses his body to make hits and uses his size very well. Alexeyev has a very strong sense of awareness and reads the developing play in front of him well as well as distributing the puck flawlessly. The balanced defenseman has a very active stick that he uses to disrupt lanes and poke loose pucks. Alexeyev is a fairly low risk player who projects to be a Top 4 defenseman with not much of a bust factor or ceiling, however teams will be interested in his steady play and will be a tantalizing option around the late 1st. Alexeyev can also skate very well for a big guy and is rarely caught off guard when skating or tracking back.
With the 40th selection in the 2018 NHL Draft, the Minnesota Wild are happy to select Jay O'Brien.
Toronto selects the future NoDak Fighting Hawk
are proud to select, with the 42nd Overall pick, Nils Lundkvist, D
are proud to select with the 43rd pick, from Drummondville Voltigeurs,
@Black Noise you're next
select Niklas Nordgren with the 44th overall pick.
is proud to select with the 45 overall pick, Jack McBain.
Detroit also trades the 46 OA and 128 OA pick to Calgary for picks 85 OA and 88 OA
select Filip Hallander with the 46th overall pick
Toronto is proud to select from the Owen Sound Attack
With the 48th pick, the Dallas Stars are proud to select,
From the Chicago Steel of the USHL,
C/LW Blake McLaughlin
“The solid American Blake McLaughlin put up nearly a point per game in the USHL this year, using his skillful toolbox. He has a very nice wrist shot with a good release and power. Blake has some great vision and IQ, picking out nice passes and scoring his fair share of goals in a nice balance. He's going the NCAA route and will be quite a few years away but good develop super nicely over there. He doesn't like to take defenders on one on one scenarios, preffering to pass around them because he doesn't have the greatest set of hands and stickhandling skill, but that can always be improved. He needs to work on his strength and gain some muscle mass to ward off strong defenders who can push him off the pick and repossess. He's good at causing disruptions and turnovers in the defensive end as well as liably back-checking to help his team.”
is proud to selection with the 49th pick of the 2018 draft, Allan McShane of the Oshawa Generals
Ottawa is proud to select...
is proud to select with the 51st pick of the 2018 entry draft, Philipp Kurashev of the Quebec Remparts
Arizona is proud to select, from HV71 of the Swedish Hockey League, C David Gustafsson.
St. Louis selects Mattias Samuelsson
the Blackhawks select Milos Roman
select Jakub Lauko
CBJ are going full potato and will select with the 57th pick Albin Eriksson and with the 58th pick Jared McIsaac.
are proud to select with their first pick, Kirill Marchenko
And for our second pick we are happy to select Cam Hillis!
@Goon42 is up
Already taken by Edmonton bald eagle
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