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Sports NHL Draft 2021 order by team: Complete list of picks for all 32 franchises

10:28  24 july  2021
10:28  24 july  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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After months of waiting, the 2021 NHL Draft is officially here.

Over the course of two days, July 23-24, 223 players will find out where they'll get a chance to pursue their professional hockey dreams. Note that there are 224 slots but the Coyotes had to forfeit their first-rounder.

Entering Friday's first round, the Sabres hold the No. 1 overall pick for the second time in four years. As of now, Owen Power is the projected top guy, but Buffalo did take Rasmus Dahlin back in 2018, so they might not want another franchise defenseman. So whether they go for another blueliner, take another position or trade the pick is anyone's guess.

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The 2021 edition also sees the Kraken making their first-ever selections. They'll follow the Sabres in the first round. It marks the sixth time in the past 45 years a team will make their first-ever selection in the top two. The last team to do so at No. 2 was the Predators when they took David Legwand.

Here are each club's selections in the 2021 NHL Draft.

Jump to draft picks by team :

  • Anaheim Ducks
  • Arizona Coyotes
  • Boston Bruins
  • Buffalo Sabres
  • Calgary Flames
  • Carolina Hurricanes
  • Chicago Blackhawks
  • Colorado Avalanche
  • Columbus Blue Jackets
  • Dallas Stars
  • Detroit Red Wings
  • Edmonton Oilers
  • Florida Panthers
  • Los Angeles Kings
  • Minnesota Wild
  • Montreal Canadiens
  • Nashville Predators
  • New Jersey Devils
  • New York Islanders
  • New York Rangers
  • Ottawa Senators
  • Philadelphia Flyers
  • Pittsburgh Penguins
  • San Jose Sharks
  • Seattle Kraken
  • St. Louis Blues
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
  • Toronto Maple Leafs
  • Vancouver Canucks
  • Vegas Golden Knights
  • Washington Capitals
  • Winnipeg Jets

NHL Draft order by team 2021

  • Anaheim Ducks
Rd./No. Pick
1/3 Mason McTavish, C, Peterborough (OHL)
2 34
3 66
4 98
5 130
5 148 (from EDM via OTT)
6 162
  • Arizona Coyotes
Rd./No. Pick
1/9 Dylan Guenther, RW, Edmonton (WHL)
2 37 (from CBJ via OTT)
2 43
2 60 (from NYI via COL)
4 107
4 122 (from PIT)
5 139
6 171

Note: Arizona did have the 11th overall pick but it was forfeited because of violations by the organization.

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  • Boston Bruins
Rd./No. Pick
1/21 Fabian Lysell, RW, Lulea (SHL)
3 85
4 117
5 149
6 181
7 213
7 217 (from TOR)

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  • Buffalo Sabres
Rd./No. Pick
1/1 Owen Power, D, University of Michigan (NCAA)
1/14 Isak Rosen, RW, Leksands (SHL)
2 33
2 53 (from BOS)
3 88 (from FLA)
3 95 (from MTL)
4 97
5 159 (from MTL)
6 161
6 188 (from COL)
7 193
  • Calgary Flames
Rd.No. Pick
1/13 Matthew Coronato, RW, Chicago (USHL)
2 45
3 77
3 84 (from EDM)
5 141
6 173
7 205

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  • Carolina Hurricanes
Rd./No. Pick
2 40 (from NSH via LAK)
2 44 (from CBJ via CHI)
2 51 (from NSH)
2 59
3 91
3 94 (from DET via VGK)
4 123
6 187
7 200 (from LAK)
7 209 (from STL)
7 219
  • Chicago Blackhawks
Rd./No. Pick
1/32 Nolan Allan, D, Prince Albert (WHL)
2 62 (from VGK)
4 105 (from VAN)
4 108
6 172
7 204
7 216 (from FLA)
  • Colorado Avalanche
Rd./No. Pick
1/28 Oskar Olausson, RW, HV71 (SHL)
2 61 (from NJD via NYI)
3 92
7 220

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  • Columbus Blue Jackets
Rd/No. Pick
1/5 Kent Johnson, C/W, University of Michigan (NCAA)
1/12 Cole Sillinger, C, Sioux Falls (USHL)
3 69
4 101
5 132 (from NJD)
5 133
6 165
7 197
  • Dallas Stars
Rd./No. Pick
1/23 Wyatt Johnson, C, Windsor (OHL)
2 47
2 48 (from DET via NYR)
3 73 (from VAN)
3 79
4 111
5 138 (from DET via OTT/MTL)
5 143
6 175
7 207
  • Detroit Red Wings
Rd./No. Pick
1/6 Simon Edvinsson, D, Frolunda (SHL)
1/15 Sebastian Cossa, G, Edmonton (WHL)
2 38
3 70
4 102
4 128 (TBL)
5 134
6 166
  • Edmonton Oilers
Rd./No. Pick
1/22 Xavier Bourgault, C, Shawinigan (QMJHL)
3 90 (from MIN via SJS/PIT
4 116
6 180
6 186 (from PIT)
7 212
  • Florida Panthers
Rd./No. Pick
1/24 Mackie Samoskevich, RW, Chicago (USHL)
2 56
4 120
5 152
6 184
7 210 (from WPG)
  • Los Angeles Kings
Rd./No. Pick
1/8 Brandt Clarke, D, Barrie (OHL)
2 49 (from STL via BUF and VGK)
3 72
3 89 (from TOR)
4 109 (from CGY)
5 136
6 168
  • Minnesota Wild
Rd./No. Pick
1/26 Carson Lambos, D, Winnipeg (WHL)
1 26 (from PIT)
2 54
3 86
4 118
5 150
6 182
7 214
  • Montreal Canadiens
Rd./No. Pick
1/31 Logan Mailloux, D, London (OHL)
2 63
2 64 (from TBL)
3 76 (from CHI)
3 87 (from WSH via SJS)
4 113 (from STL)
4 126 (from VGK)
4 127
5 142 (from PHI)
6 191
7 223
  • Nashville Predators
Rd./No. Pick
1/19 Fedor Svechkov, C, Lada Togliatti (VHL)
1/27 Zachary L'Heureux, LW, Halifax (QMJHL)
3 83
4 115
4 124 (from COL via OTT)
5 147
6 179
  • New Jersey Devils
Rd./No. Pick
1/4 Luke Hughes, D, USNTDP (USHL)
1/29 Chase Stillman, C, Sudbury (OHL)
3 68
4 100
5 129 (from BUF)
6 164
7 203 (from ARI)
  • New York Islanders
Round Pick No.
2 52 (from DET via EDM)
3 93
4 125
5 157
6 189
7 221

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  • New York Rangers
Rd./No. Pick
1/16 Brennan Othmann, LW, Flint (OHL)
3 65 (from BUF)
3 80
4 104 (from LAK)
4 106 (from OTT)
4 112
5 144
6 176
7 208
  • Ottawa Senators
Rd./No. Pick
1/10 Tyler Boucher, RW, USNTDP (USHL)
2 39 (from SJS)
2 42
3 74
6 170
7 202
  • Philadelphia Flyers
Round Pick No.
2 46
3 78
4 110
5 158 (from VGK via WSH)
6 174
7 206
  • Pittsburgh Penguins
Round Pick No.
2 58
5 154
7 194 (from ANA)
7 215 (from WSH)
7 218
  • San Jose Sharks
Rd./No. Pick
1/7 William Eklund, C/W, Djurgarden (SHL)
3 71
4 103
4 121 (from TOR)
5 135
5 156 (from COL)
6 167
7 199
  • Seattle Kraken
Rd/No. Selection
1/2 Matty Beniers, C, University of Michigan (NCAA)
2 35
3 67
4 99
5 131
6 163
7 195
  • St. Louis Blues
Round Pick No.
1 17
3 81
5 145
6 177
7 198 (from DET)
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
Round Pick No.
3 96
5 160
6 192
7 196 (from NJD)
7 211 (from NSH)
7 224
  • Toronto Maple Leafs
Round Pick No.
2 57
5 153
6 185
  • Vancouver Canucks
Round Pick No.
2 41
5 137
5 140 (from CHI)
6 169
6 178 (from WPG)
7 201
  • Vegas Golden Knights
Rd./No. Pick
1/30 Zach Dean, C, Gatineau (QMJHL)
2 36 (from NJD)
4 114 (from WPG)
5 155 (from CAR)
6 190
7 222
  • Washington Capitals
Round Pick No.
2 55
3 75 (from ARI via NJD)
4 119
5 151
6 183
  • Winnipeg Jets
Rd./No. Pick
1/18 Chaz Lucius, C, USNTDP (USHL)
2 50
3 82
5 146

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