NHL Draft Results & NHL Draft History

2009 NHL Entry Draft

2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 1
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
1 1 1 John Tavares 751 319 390 709
1 2 2 Victor Hedman 696 94 324 418
1 3 3 Matt Duchene 727 232 315 547
1 4 4 Evander Kane 649 216 194 410
1 5 5 Brayden Schenn 587 154 218 372
1 6 6 Oliver Ekman-Larsson 657 116 218 334
1 7 7 Nazem Kadri 561 161 196 357
1 8 8 Scott Glennie
1 9 9 Jared Cowen
1 10 10 Magnus Paajarvi 467 62 62 124
1 11 11 Ryan Ellis 478 62 152 214
1 12 12 Calvin de Haan 378 13 82 95
1 13 13 Zack Kassian 466 67 76 143
1 14 14 Dmitry Kulikov 626 33 127 160
1 15 15 Peter Holland 266 36 49 85
1 16 16 Nick Leddy 660 60 224 284
1 17 17 David Rundblad
1 18 18 Louis Leblanc
1 19 19 Chris Kreider 460 133 138 271
1 20 20 Jacob Josefson 315 20 44 64
1 21 21 John Moore 508 36 76 112
1 22 22 Jordan Schroeder 165 18 24 42
1 23 23 Tim Erixon 93 2 12 14
1 24 24 Marcus Johansson 588 120 214 334
1 25 25 Jordan Caron
1 26 26 Kyle Palmieri 496 150 143 293
1 27 27 Philippe Paradis
1 28 28 Dylan Olsen
1 29 29 Carter Ashton
1 30 30 Simon Despres
2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 2
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
2 1 31 Mikko Koskinen
2 2 32 Landon Ferraro 77 7 5 12
2 3 33 Ryan O'Reilly 733 183 316 499
2 4 34 Carl Klingberg
2 5 35 Kyle Clifford 607 54 61 115
2 6 36 Chris Brown
2 7 37 Matthew Clark
2 8 38 Alex Chiasson 454 81 81 162
2 9 39 Jakob Silfverberg 492 117 135 252
2 10 40 Anton Lander
2 11 41 Zach Budish
2 12 42 Charles Roussel
2 13 43 William Wrenn
2 14 44 Drew Shore
2 15 45 Jeremy Morin
2 16 46 Robin Lehner 265 0 0.92 2.68
2 17 47 Ethan Werek
2 18 48 Brett Ponich
2 19 49 Stefan Elliott
2 20 50 Kenny Ryan
2 21 51 Brian Dumoulin 319 10 64 74
2 22 52 Richard Panik 410 75 84 159
2 23 53 Anton Rodin 3 0 1 1
2 24 54 Eric Gelinas 189 14 41 55
2 25 55 Dmitry Orlov 447 33 120 153
2 26 56 Kevin Lynch
2 27 57 Taylor Doherty
2 28 58 Jesse Blacker
2 29 59 Brandon Pirri 259 72 47 119
2 30 60 Tomas Tatar 507 144 142 286
2 31 61 Philip Samuelsson 13 0 0 0
2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 3
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
3 1 62 Anders Nilsson 141 0 0.91 2.98
3 2 63 Ben Hanowski
3 3 64 Tyson Barrie 484 75 232 307
3 4 65 Joonas Nattinen
3 5 66 Brayden McNabb 395 16 65 81
3 6 67 Josh Birkholz
3 7 68 Jamie Devane
3 8 69 Reilly Smith 506 117 183 300
3 9 70 Taylor Beck
3 10 71 Troy Hesketh
3 11 72 Michael Latta 113 4 13 17
3 12 73 Alexander Urbom
3 13 74 Ryan Howse
3 14 75 Andrej Nestrasil
3 15 76 Igor Bobkkov
3 16 77 Matt Hackett
3 17 78 Sergei Andronov
3 18 79 Mac Bennett
3 19 80 Ryan Bourque
3 20 81 Adam Morrison
3 21 82 Cameron Abney
3 22 83 Kevin Connauton 310 27 49 76
3 23 84 Nicolas Deslauriers 317 24 25 49
3 24 85 Cody Eakin 537 98 124 222
3 25 86 Ryan Button
3 26 87 Simon Bertilsson
3 27 88 Mattias Lindstrom
3 28 89 Daniel Delisle
3 29 90 Gleason Fournier
3 30 91 Micheal Lee
2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 4
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
4 1 92 Casey Cizikas 486 64 93 157
4 2 93 Alex Hutchings
4 3 94 David Savard 489 40 109 149
4 4 95 J-F Berube
4 5 96 Linden Vey
4 6 97 Jordan Szwarz 47 4 3 7
4 7 98 Craig Smith 592 144 155 299
4 8 99 Kyle Bigos
4 9 100 Chris Wideman 181 16 29 45
4 10 101 Toni Rajala
4 11 102 Mattias Ekholm 470 37 126 163
4 12 103 Kristopher Foucault
4 13 104 Marcus Foligno 506 64 94 158
4 14 105 Justin Weller
4 15 106 Sami Vatanen 387 40 131 171
4 16 107 Garrett Wilson 84 2 6 8
4 17 108 Tyler Shattock
4 18 109 Alexander Avtsin
4 19 110 Nick Oliver
4 20 111 Henrik Bjorklund
4 21 112 Lane ManDermid
4 22 113 Jeremy Price
4 23 114 Seth Helgeson 50 1 3 4
4 24 115 Patrick Way
4 25 116 Alexander Fallstrom
4 26 117 Edward Pasquale 3 0 0.88 3.96
4 27 118
4 28 119 Byron Froese 110 5 11 16
4 29 120 Ben Chiarot 305 12 52 64
4 30 121 Nick Petersen
2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 5
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
5 1 122 Anton Klementiev
5 2 123 Alex Velischek
5 3 124 Kieran Millan
5 4 125 Cody Sol
5 5 126 David Kolomatis
5 6 127 Roman Horak
5 7 128 Eric Knodel
5 8 129 Tomas Vincour
5 9 130 Mike Hoffman 424 143 157 300
5 10 131 Matt Kennedy
5 11 132 Gabriel Bourque 361 38 59 97
5 12 133 Olivier Roy
5 13 134 Mark Adams
5 14 135 Corban Knight
5 15 136 Radoslav Illo
5 16 137 Thomas Larkin
5 17 138 Wade Megan 15 1 1 2
5 18 139 Gabriel Dumont 87 4 5 9
5 19 140 Scott Stajcer
5 20 141 Spencer Bennett
5 21 142 Nicola Riopel
5 22 143 Peter Andersson
5 23 144 Derek Rodwell
5 24 145 Brett Flemming
5 25 146 Jeff Costello
5 26 147 Phil Varone 97 8 9 17
5 27 148 Michael Zador
5 28 149 Marcus Kruger 520 38 85 123
5 29 150 Nick Jensen 210 6 42 48
5 30 151 Andy Bathgate
2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 6
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
6 1 152 Anders Lee 425 152 106 258
6 2 153 Dave Labrecque
6 3 154 Brandon Maxwell
6 4 155 Jimmy Bubnick
6 5 156 Michael Pelech
6 6 157 Evan Bloodoff
6 7 158 Jerry D'Amigo
6 8 159 Curtis McKenzie 99 10 13 23
6 9 160 Corey Cowick
6 10 161 Darcy Kuemper 186 0 0.91 2.54
6 11 162 Jaroslav Janus
6 12 163 Jere Sallinen
6 13 164 Connor Knapp
6 14 165 Scott Timmins
6 15 166 Scott Valentine
6 16 167 Anton Blomqvist
6 17 168 David Shields
6 18 169 Dustin Walsh
6 19 170 Daniel Maggio
6 20 171 Joni Ortio
6 21 172 Eric Wellwood
6 22 173 Jon Cannata
6 23 174 Ashton Bernard
6 24 175 Garrett Mitchell
6 25 176 Tyler Randell 27 6 0 6
6 26 177 David Pacan
6 27 178 Rasmus Rissanen
6 28 179 Brandon Kozun
6 29 180 Mitch Callahan 5 0 0 0
6 30 181 Viktor Ekbom
2009 NHL Entry Draft Round 7
NHL Totals
Round Pick Overall Team From Player GP G A PTS S% GAA
7 1 182 Erik Haula 357 73 78 151
7 2 183 Kirill Gotovets
7 3 184 Gus Young
7 4 185 Levko Koper
7 5 186 Jordan Nolan 375 24 28 52
7 6 187 Steven Anthony
7 7 188 Barron Smith
7 8 189 Marek Viedensky
7 9 190 Brad Peltz
7 10 191 Michael Sdao
7 11 192 Cameron Reid
7 12 193 Anthony Hamburg
7 13 194 Maxime Legault
7 14 195 Paul Phillips
7 15 196 Oliver Lauridsen
7 16 197 Kyle Neuber
7 17 198 Nic Dowd 195 17 31 48
7 18 199 Michael Cichy
7 19 200 Mihail Pashnin
7 20 201 Gaelan Patterson
7 21 202 Maxwell Tardy
7 22 203 Jordan Samuels-Thomas
7 23 204 Curtis Gedig
7 24 205 Benjamin Casavant
7 25 206 Ben Sexton 2 0 0 0
7 26 207 Dominik Bielke
7 27 208 Tommi Kivisto
7 28 209 David Gilbert
7 29 210 Adam Almquist
7 30 211 Petteri Simila

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About The NHL Draft

The NHL Entry Draft is an assembly of NHL franchises, during which teams take turns selecting the rights to amateur ice hockey players. Players are selected from junior or collegiate leagues, as well as professional European league players who meet the draft requirements two to three months after the previous season has concluded. For North American players to be eligible, they should have reached the age of 18 on or before September 15 of the draft year, and should be below 20 years of age before December 31st. For European and international players, the age range is between 18 and 21 years of age.

NHL Draft History

The first NHL Draft was held on June 5, 1963 in Montreal. During this time, the conference was called the NHL Amateur Draft, because only players between 18 and 20 years of age from non-professional leagues were eligible. The title was eventually changed to NHL Entry Draft in 1980, when professional players (from age 18 to 20) from the defunct World Hockey Association (WHA) joined the league through the draft, with the exception of Wayne Gretzky, who came to the NHL undrafted as part of an agreement for WHA teams to bring over a limited number of players.

NHL Draft Lottery

Throughout NHL draft history, there have been many changes in the draft lottery format. From 1963 up to 1994, draft order was determined in reverse order of the team standings, so the team that finished last during the previous season was allowed to make the first pick. In 1995, the NHL changed the way the draft selections were awarded. All non-playoff teams would be entered in a lottery, and the winner would move up by as many as 4 picks. The chances of winning the lottery weighed heavily on the teams at the bottom of the regular season standings. In 2013, the NHL made another alteration to the draft lottery process. Instead of allowing the lottery winner to move up by 4 draft spots, the winner would now move all the way up to the number one spot. Recently, in 2016, the NHL draft lottery format was modified once again. This time, the top 3 picks were all drawn through the lottery, instead of simply holding a lottery for the first overall pick.

NHL Expansion Draft

Occasionally, whenever the NHL expanded, they would need to stock the new team with players through an expansion draft. During an NHL Expansion Draft, existing teams would submit a list of 'protected' players, who are not to be included in the draft, and the expansion teams would instead choose players who are not on the lists.

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