Friday, March 29, 2013

Penguins Steal Iginla From Calgary

On March 28th 2013, Jarome Iginla was traded from the Calgary Flames to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a 1st round draft pick (likely to be at the end of the 1st round) and two American college prospects, Ben Hankowski and Ken Agostino. Before this deal was announced, news broke that Calgary had agreed to a deal with the Boston Bruins, which was by all accounts a better offer. The Bruins were willing to move Alexander Khokhlachev (a Russian who collected 193 points in 152 OHL games) and Matt Bartkowski (a defenseman who has collected 46 points in his last 106 AHL games).

Iginla had a no trade clause in his contract and he had presented a list of 3 teams to General Manager Jay Feester that he was willing to be traded to. Instead of negotiating the best deal possible with one of these three teams then taking that best offer to the player, Feester negotiated 2 deals then took both of them to Iginla, and he chose Pittsburgh. Feester failed miserably. When a player gives you a list of three teams, negotiate the best deal and take the best deal to the player. Don't also take the inferior offer and give him the option of choosing it! Granted, it is also possible that Feester took only the Boston deal to Iginla, and that he reneged on his willingness to go to Boston (changing his mind, and demanding a trade with only one team), but certainly nobody has admitted that publicly. That would reflect poorly on Jarome, especially in Calgary.

Why was the Boston offer better? First of all, both the assets Boston was offering have already signed pro contracts and are now playing in the AHL. The two college players have the option of going the Justin Schultz route, and becoming unrestricted free agents. The Russian scored at a level in Canadian Major Junior that gives him a better chance of high level NHL production than both the Penguins college players combined. Agostino has about a 15% chance of being as good as Lee Stempniak. Hankowski has roughly a 10% chance at being as good as Drew Miller or Justin Abdelkader. Odds are that neither player will ever be a regular in the NHL. There is about a 25% chance that Calgary will get one decent 3rd or 4th line player out of the two college guys.

At least the players Boston was offering are under pro contracts, with one having a higher probability of high end production. The college guys might choose to go UFA instead of signing in Calgary, and if they do, they are a longshot at being 3rd liners. Columbus at least got 3 NHL hockey players (and a 1st pick)  for Rick Nash. The prospects and pick that Calgary got for Iginla might never play a game in the NHL. This was supposed to be the most important deal in franchise history, and Feester has in all likelihood screwed it up. If I were a Calgary fan, I would be furious. Add to that picking a Canadian high school player in the 1st round last year, the botched signing of Ryan O'Reilly, and Jay Feester has quickly established himself as one of the worst GMs in hockey.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

2013 NHL Week 10 Power Rankings

With week 9 of the 2013 NHL season now complete here are my updated "Power Rankings".  These rankings are the result of a statistical formula based primarily on Regulation-Overtime Wins (1 point for overtime loses, shootout wins, shootout loses) and goal differential. Shootouts are no measure of future playoff success. Chicago has been #1 all season, but the Penguins are closing in fast.

1. Chicago Blackhawks (last rank 1): Chicago has been the best team in the NHL this season, but have been slowing down recently (lsoing 4 of their last 10). Regardless, they are still one of the favoured teams to win the Stanley Cup, and with the solid core of young talent on this roster, they will be a contending team for several years to come.

2Pittsburgh Penguins (last rank 5): The Pens are currently riding a 13 game winning streak, and what's incredible about it is that Malkin and Letang have missed the past few games due to injury. Crosby has already won the Hart Trophy. It's over. No need to count the votes.Years from now when historians are looking back at the 2013 NHL season, it will be regarded as the year of Sidney Crosby returning to the rank of best hockey player in the world.

3. Anaheim Mighty Ducks (last rank 3): The Ducks have lost 3 in a row since re-signing Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf to monster contracts, but they hold on to the #3 spot. Their best two defensemen have been Beauchemin and Souray, and at the beginning of the season I did not think it possible for a team to be this good with those two players anchoring the blueline. Kudos to Bruce Boudreau, who has to be in the conversation for coach of the year, despite my belief that he is the dumbest coach in the NHL.

4. Montreal Canadiens (last rank 4): I'm still waiting for the clock to strike midnight and for Cinderella's chariot to turn back into a pumpkin, but it is 2am and Cinderella is still partying hard. The most troubling aspect of the Habs success this season is my steadfast belief that Michel Therien is a terrible coach. The fact that his name is mentioned in Jack Adams conversations causes me physical discomfort.

5. Boston Bruins (last rank 2): The big bad Bruins have started to slip, but still remain one of the toughest teams that nobody wants to play in a 7 game series. Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand have been this team's best players as they and Tyler Seguin are a combined +60, while Horton, Lucic, and Krejci are a combined +4.

6Ottawa Senators (last rank 9): When Spezza, Karlsson, and Anderson all went down with significant injuries, I wrote this team off for dead. They keep winning hockey games, and proving everybody wrong. Kyle Turris and Sergei Gonchar have both been having very strong seasons, while Bishop and Lehner have been great in goal.

7. Los Angeles Kings (last rank 6): After week 3, the Kings had zero players in the top 100 of my player rankings, and after week 9, they have 5 (Kopitar, Carter, Brown, Stoll, Richards). They have been great in the last month, and are doing so with only 3 good defensemen (Voynov, Doughty, Muzzin). They could really use a healthy Willie Mitchell, who continues to rehab a lower body injury.

8. Minnesota Wild (last rank 14): Mike Yeo's job is no longer in jeopardy, after rumblings early in the season that he was on the hot seat due to high expectations. Suter and Parise have been the difference. In the last 2 weeks, Devin Setoguchi has 9 points. They have won 6 in a row and are among the hottest teams in the league right now.

9Toronto Maple Leafs (last rank 7): The biggest story on this team this season is Nazem Kadri, who came in as the 14th best player in the NHL this season in my latest player rankings. They suffered a 5 game losing streak, but have since rebounded and sit comfortably in a playoff spot with a 7 point cushion. It really looks like this is the year that the Leafs break their playoff drought and finally return to the playoffs.

10. Vancouver Canucks (last rank 12): I'm not sure the Canucks could even give Luongo away at this point, and they are going to have to do something in the offseason with the salary cap going down. They sit 6 points ahead of the 9th place team in the West, despite a painful lack of scoring depth at the forward position. They might have "2 number one goalies", but they have allowed the 2nd most goals against of any Western Conference team (1 behind St Louis).

11. St. Louis Blues (last rank 15): Don't look now, but suddenly this team's MVP is Chris Stewart, who is finally starting to show the promise that many expected of him. The team is in the 7th spot in the West, and are battling to make the playoffs, a significant decline for a team that nearly won the President's Trophy last season.

12Detroit Red Wings (last rank 11): Back to back wins against the Mighty Ducks has made a huge difference for this team, which would be in a perilous position had they lost those games. You can start engraving Pavel Datsyuk's name on the Selke Trophy. He should be nominated for the Hart, an award that Sidney Crosby has already won. Jimmy Howard has been great in net, and you never hear anyone talk about him being a pending UFA.

13Carolina Hurricanes (last rank 8): Alex Semin gets a 5 year $35M contract? Yes he's playing great hockey right now, but 5 years is a lot of term to give to a guy with a history of giving up on his team. They are currently sitting outside of a playoff spot, and if they miss, the Cam Ward injury will be the biggest reason.

14. New Jersey Devils (last rank 19): Losing Ilya Kovalchuk is going to hurt this team significantly, as his 30 minutes of ice time per game is going to be tough to fill. They are currently sitting 4 points up on the 9th place team in the East, which will be difficult to sustain without their best player.

15Washington Capitals (last rank 23): Don't look now, but Alex Ovechkin is once again one of the league's best players. He has slowly been getting better each week of the season, after a sluggish start, and suddenly this team is once again contending for a playoff spot. One thing is for certain, they are better than Philly.

16Dallas Stars (last rank 13): For a team fighting to make the playoffs, they sure seem eager to trade active assets for draft picks and prospects. How good would this team be if they still had Mike Ribeiro? Erik Cole still isn't earning his salary, while Michael Ryder is a top player in Montreal. If they fancy themselves a playoff team, it would make sense to hold on to your top players. Maybe I'm just stupid.

17New York Rangers (last rank 10): John Torterella might be the next coach fired (unless Laviolette beats him to it), as this team has not responded well to Torts last public thrashing of his players. He might have lost the room with those words. Rick Nash is not the problem, as he has easily been the Rangers best player this season. It is Gaborik and Richards who have been serious disappointments. They need Marc Staal back, and they need him bad.

18. Tampa Bay Lightning (last rank 18): The coach got fired, if for no other reason because he can be fired. In reality Anders Lindback probably deserved to fired more than Boucher, but clearly this has been an under-achieving team. They need a goalie badly. Yzerman should be talking to Mike Gillis about Roberto Luongo. They sit 3rd worst in the NHL for points, but still 18th in my Power Rankings because they have scored the 4th most goals in the league.

19Winnipeg Jets (last rank 20): Just when it looks like the Jets have a one-way ticket to the playoffs, they lose back to back games to Washington and are suddenly looking vulnerable. Fortunately they are on top of a division where all 4 of the other teams are sitting outside the playoffs looking in. Carolina has been slipping, which has allowed the Jets some breathing space.

20Nashville Predators (last rank 21): They will be in the playoff race until the last day of the season, whether they can squeeze in or not. They clearly miss Ryan Suter a great deal. The Preds have the ability to beat any given team any given night, a luxury afforded to them by their goaltender, who will undoubtedly be nominated for the Vezina trophy once again.

21. San Jose Sharks (last rank 16): Sitting in the 8th playoff spot in the West after such a tremendous start, speculation is that the Sharks are going to be a seller at the trade deadline. They just shipped Douglas Murray to Pittsburgh, and are rumoured to be shopping Ryan Clowe. It's weird how a playoff team will start unloading assets that can help them in the playoffs. Do they want to make the playoffs?

22Phoenix Coyotes (last rank 17): They will not make the playoffs, attendance will continue to dwindle, the NHL will continue to own the team losing millions of dollars, and eventually this franchise will leave Arizona. Guaranteed.

23. NY Islanders (last rank 25): The Islanders are battling for a playoff spot, just 2 points behind the Rangers. They are 8-4 on the road, and 6-11 at home. There is no shortage of talent on this roster, if they can ever get their shit together, they could be a dangerous team.

24Columbus Blue Jackets (last rank 27): Sergei Bobrovsky probably won't win the Vezina, but the discussion makes me look smarter for drafting him in my 20 team fantasy league. Goalie Bob has been the biggest story on this team this season, as I have their best player being Vinny Prospal, ranked at 150th overall in my latest NHL player rankings. Mark Letestu came in at #165. The goalie deserves 98% of the credit for any success this team has had.

25Philadelphia Flyers (last rank 24): They are not as good as last year, and their weakness on the blueline is the reason that this team will miss the playoffs in 2013. They are a Shea Weber or a Ryan Suter away from being a top 10 team, sadly there are no such players currently available.

26. Calgary Flames (last rank 26): Sell sell sell sell sell sell sell!!!!!!

27Edmonton Oilers (last rank 28): So much talent, so little time. They should consider shopping RN Hopkins for a Marleau or Thornton type player. They need more effective veterans to lead this young team. They also need a goalie badly. Devan Dubnyk will never be a legit #1 goalie in this league.

28. Buffalo Sabres (last rank 29): With the return of Ville Leino they have won 3 in a row and sit 3 points out of the turtle race for 8th in the East. They might be better than Philly, but that might not be saying much.

29. Colorado Avalanche (last rank 22): They have lost 7 of their last 10 in regulation, and suddenly find themselves in last place in the Western Conference. Milan Hedjuk and Ryan Jones are not earning their paycheques, and Erik Johnson has not been good. They will challenge for Seth Jones.

30Florida Panthers (last rank 30): They suck.

Monday, March 25, 2013

NHL 2013 Week 9 Player Rankings

Week 9 of the 2013 NHL season is now complete. Here are my super deep fantasy hockey league player rankings for up to and including Sunday March 24th. Below the players are ranked by total season stats. Total rank does benefit players who have played more games. Statistical categories include goals, assists, points, special teams, +/-, hits, shots, blocked shots, face off wins, and game winning goals. I have been doing these rankings every week of the season, so to see past results, just browse through my past posts. Note that Alex Ovechkin has suddenly jumped into the top 10, and is once again a point per game player in the conversation of the league's elite. Also note that Nazem Kadri has climbed to #14 overall. Cody Hodgson clocks in at #25 overall.

And as I say pretty much every week, if you want to know how good Sidney Crosby is, linemates Kunitz and Dupuis are #2 and #28 overall. If they played with anyone other than Sid, it's unlikely they would be in the top 250.

rank Name Team
1 Sidney Crosby PIT
2 Chris Kunitz PIT
3 Ryan Getzlaf ANA
4 Steven Stamkos TAM
5 Eric Staal CAR
6 Pavel Datsyuk DET
7 Alex Ovechkin WAS
8 Jonathan Toews CHI
9 John Tavares NYI
10 James Neal PIT
11 Ilya Kovalchuk NJD
12 Henrik Zetterberg DET
13 Patrick Kane CHI
14 Nazem Kadri TOR
15 Matt Duchene COL
16 Thomas Vanek BUF
17 Andrew Ladd WPG
18 Martin St. Louis TAM
19 Mike Ribeiro WAS
20 Evander Kane WPG
21 Patrice Bergeron BOS
22 Sam Gagner EDM
23 Claude Giroux PHI
24 Corey Perry ANA
25 Cody Hodgson BUF
26 Rick Nash NYR
27 Derek Stepan NYR
28 Pascal Dupuis PIT
29 Brad Marchand BOS
30 Alexander Semin CAR
31 Steve Ott BUF
32 Zach Parise MIN
33 Matt Moulson NYI
34 Anze Kopitar LOS
35 P.A. Parenteau COL
36 Chris Stewart STL
37 Patrik Elias NJD
38 Jakub Voracek PHI
39 Phil Kessel TOR
40 Henrik Sedin VAN
41 Mikko Koivu MIN
42 Tomas Plekanec MON
43 David Clarkson NJD
44 Blake Wheeler WPG
45 David Backes STL
46 Nicklas Backstrom WAS
47 Troy Brouwer WAS
48 Marian Hossa CHI
49 Joe Thornton SAN
50 Kris Letang PIT
51 Shea Weber NAS
52 Jeff Carter LOS
53 Lee Stempniak CGY
54 Patrick Marleau SAN
55 Daniel Sedin VAN
56 P.K. Subban MON
57 Jordan Staal CAR
58 Logan Couture SAN
59 Max Pacioretty MON
60 Ryan Callahan NYR
61 David Krejci BOS
62 Michael Ryder MON
63 Jarome Iginla CGY
64 Tyler Seguin BOS
65 Jiri Tlusty CAR
66 Taylor Hall EDM
67 Wayne Simmonds PHI
68 Jason Pominville BUF
69 Zdeno Chara BOS
70 Kyle Turris OTT
71 Daniel Alfredsson OTT
72 Dustin Brown LOS
73 Curtis Glencross CGY
74 Dustin Byfuglien WPG
75 Vincent Lecavalier TAM
76 T.J. Oshie STL
77 Evgeni Malkin PIT
78 James van Riemsdyk TOR
79 Tyler Ennis BUF
80 Brad Boyes NYI
81 Dion Phaneuf TOR
82 Bobby Ryan ANA
83 Bryan Little WPG
84 Niklas Kronwall DET
85 Ryan Suter MIN
86 Andrei Markov MON
87 Jamie Benn DAL
88 Francois Beauchemin ANA
89 Jaromir Jagr DAL
90 Mike Fisher NAS
91 Devin Setoguchi MIN
92 Tyler Bozak TOR
93 Patrik Berglund STL
94 Saku Koivu ANA
95 Sergei Gonchar OTT
96 Alexandre Burrows VAN
97 Jarret Stoll LOS
98 Mike Richards LOS
99 Shane Doan PHO
100 Adam Henrique NJD
101 Alex Steen STL
102 Tomas Kopecky FLA
103 Slava Voynov LOS
104 Marian Gaborik NYR
105 Justin Williams LOS
106 Chris Neil OTT
107 Kimmo Timonen PHI
108 Loui Eriksson DAL
109 David Perron STL
110 Milan Lucic BOS
111 Alexander Edler VAN
112 Brendan Gallagher MON
113 Paul Stastny COL
114 Joe Pavelski SAN
115 Oliver Ekman-Larsson PHO
116 Dennis Wideman CGY
117 Derek Roy DAL
118 Teddy Purcell TAM
119 Michael Cammalleri CGY
120 Duncan Keith CHI
121 Tomas Fleischmann FLA
122 Carl Hagelin NYR
123 Cody Franson TOR
124 Paul Martin PIT
125 Alex Pietrangelo STL
126 Patrick Sharp CHI
127 John Mitchell COL
128 Lars Eller MON
129 Jannik Hansen VAN
130 John Carlson WAS
131 Jeff Skinner CAR
132 Kevin Shattenkirk STL
133 Andrew Cogliano ANA
134 Jonathan Huberdeau FLA
135 Alex Tanguay CGY
136 Damien Brunner DET
137 Brayden Schenn PHI
138 Jordan Eberle EDM
139 Christian Ehrhoff BUF
140 Cory Conacher TAM
141 Brandon Sutter PIT
142 Jakob Silfverberg OTT
143 Johan Franzen DET
144 Matt Stajan CGY
145 Brian Gionta MON
146 Brent Seabrook CHI
147 Sheldon Souray ANA
148 Teemu Selanne ANA
149 Antoine Vermette PHO
150 Vinny Prospal COB
151 Frans Nielsen NYI
152 Vladimir Sobotka STL
153 Viktor Stalberg CHI
154 Matt Cullen MIN
155 Keith Yandle PHO
156 Daniel Winnik ANA
157 Cody Eakin DAL
158 David Desharnais MON
159 Alex Goligoski DAL
160 Mikkel Boedker PHO
161 Michael Del Zotto NYR
162 Victor Hedman TAM
163 Drew Doughty LOS
164 Mason Raymond VAN
165 Mark Letestu COB
166 Fedor Tyutin COB
167 Brian Campbell FLA
168 Jamie McGinn COL
169 Gabriel Bourque NAS
170 Martin Erat NAS
171 Jake Muzzin LOS
172 Shawn Matthias FLA
173 Brad Richards NYR
174 Derick Brassard COB
175 Jay Bouwmeester CGY
176 Mark Streit NYI
177 Bryan Bickell CHI
178 Nick Foligno COB
179 Brandon Saad CHI
180 Roman Josi NAS
181 Zack Smith OTT
182 Nik Antropov WPG
183 Gabriel Landeskog COL
184 Clarke MacArthur TOR
185 Matt Cooke PIT
186 Brandon Prust MON
187 Trevor Lewis LOS
188 Jack Johnson COB
189 Marcus Foligno BUF
190 Nathan Horton BOS
191 Joel Ward WAS
192 Patrick Wiercioch OTT
193 R.J. Umberger COB
194 Nikolai Kulemin TOR
195 Marek Zidlicky NJD
196 Martin Hanzal PHO
197 Brenden Dillon DAL
198 Mark Fraser TOR
199 Mikhail Grabovski TOR
200 Chris Phillips OTT
201 David Legwand NAS
202 Dany Heatley MIN
203 Andy Greene NJD
204 David Moss PHO
205 Dennis Seidenberg BOS
206 Ales Hemsky EDM
207 Travis Zajac NJD
208 Luke Schenn PHI
209 Stephane Robidas DAL
210 Eric Fehr WAS
211 Michael Grabner NYI
212 Jiri Hudler CGY
213 Matt Martin NYI
214 Colin Wilson NAS
215 Dan Boyle SAN
216 Nick Leddy CHI
217 Mika Zibanejad OTT
218 Mark Giordano CGY
219 Colin Greening OTT
220 Dan Girardi NYR
221 Andrew Shaw CHI
222 Patrick Dwyer CAR
223 Kyle Palmieri ANA
224 Kyle Clifford LOS
225 Lauri Korpikoski PHO
226 Jakub Kindl DET
227 Eric Brewer TAM
228 Erik Karlsson OTT
229 Justin Schultz EDM
230 Sami Salo TAM
231 Ryan McDonagh NYR
232 Dan Hamhuis VAN
233 Justin Faulk CAR
234 Peter Mueller FLA
235 Brooks Orpik PIT
236 Daniel Cleary DET
237 Alexei Emelin MON
238 Dave Bolland CHI
239 Richard Clune NAS
240 Jay Harrison CAR
241 Alex Galchenyuk MON
242 Ryane Clowe SAN
243 Matt Read PHI
244 Jeff Petry EDM
245 Nate Thompson TAM
246 Marcel Goc FLA
247 Kyle Okposo NYI
248 Matt Beleskey ANA
249 Barret Jackman STL
250 Max Talbot PHI
251 Colin McDonald NYI
252 Matt Hendricks WAS
253 Ryan Carter NJD
254 Mike Weber BUF
255 Jason Garrison VAN
256 Stephen Gionta NJD
257 Travis Hamonic NYI
258 Dougie Hamilton BOS
259 Nail Yakupov EDM
260 Drew Shore FLA
261 Johnny Oduya CHI
262 Justin Abdelkader DET
263 Casey Cizikas NYI
264 Vladimir Tarasenko STL
265 Brandon Dubinsky COB
266 Derek Morris PHO
267 Benoit Pouliot TAM
268 Jack Skille FLA
269 Tobias Enstrom WPG
270 Olli Jokinen WPG
271 Joe Corvo CAR
272 Jan Hejda COL
273 Radim Vrbata PHO
274 Matt Frattin TOR
275 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins EDM
276 Kevin Bieksa VAN
277 Daniel Paille BOS
278 Erik Cole DAL
279 Leo Komarov TOR
280 Andy McDonald STL
281 Ladislav Smid EDM
282 Jussi Jokinen CAR
283 Antoine Roussel DAL
284 Alex Killorn TAM
285 Jay McClement TOR
286 Raphael Diaz MON
287 Nick Spaling NAS
288 Marcus Kruger CHI
289 Cody McLeod COL
290 Marc Staal NYR
291 Danny Briere PHI
292 Marc Methot OTT
293 Tom Pyatt TAM
294 Luca Sbisa ANA
295 Zac Rinaldo PHI
296 Grant Clitsome WPG
297 Artem Anisimov COB
298 Ryan Smyth EDM
299 Kyle Chipchura PHO
300 Eric Nystrom DAL
301 Jochen Hecht BUF
302 Magnus Paajarvi EDM
303 Brad Stuart SAN
304 Steve Bernier NJD
305 Chris Higgins VAN
306 Matt Carle TAM
307 B.J. Crombeen TAM
308 Jared Spurgeon MIN
309 Drew Stafford BUF
310 Brenden Morrow DAL
311 Mathieu Perreault WAS
312 Adam McQuaid BOS
313 Jonathan Ericsson DET
314 Rene Bourque MON
315 Josh Gorges MON
316 Ben Lovejoy ANA
317 Mark Stuart WPG
318 Craig Adams PIT
319 Andrew Ference BOS
320 Carl Gunnarsson TOR
321 Valtteri Filppula DET
322 Nicklas Grossmann PHI
323 Derek Dorsett COB
324 Dustin Penner LOS
325 Alex Burmistrov WPG
326 Tyler Kennedy PIT
327 Matt Niskanen PIT
328 Jordin Tootoo DET
329 Drew Miller DET
330 Jason Chimera WAS
331 Colton Orr TOR
332 Maxim Lapierre VAN
333 Niklas Hjalmarsson CHI
334 Ron Hainsey WPG
335 Erik Condra OTT
336 Matt Calvert COB
337 Steve Sullivan PHO
338 Pierre-Marc Bouchard MIN
339 Zach Bogosian WPG
340 Rich Peverley BOS
341 Kevin Klein NAS
342 Ruslan Fedotenko PHI
343 Boyd Gordon PHO
344 Craig Smith NAS
345 James Wisniewski COB
346 Johnny Boychuk BOS
347 Lubomir Visnovsky NYI
348 Mike Kostka TOR
349 Braydon Coburn PHI
350 Raffi Torres PHO
351 Chuck Kobasew COL
352 Sergei Kostitsyn NAS
353 Tim Gleason CAR
354 Ray Whitney DAL
355 Vernon Fiddler DAL
356 Zack Kassian VAN
357 Andrew MacDonald NYI
358 Dale Weise VAN
359 Milan Michalek OTT
360 Tyler Myers BUF
361 Nikita Nikitin COB
362 Jared Boll COB
363 Blake Comeau CGY
364 Brian Boyle NYR
365 Emerson Etem ANA
366 Nick Bonino ANA
367 Derek MacKenzie COB
368 Tommy Wingels SAN
369 Patric Hornqvist NAS
370 Andre Benoit OTT
371 Mike Green WAS
372 Taylor Pyatt NYR
373 Dmitry Kulikov FLA
374 Beau Bennett PIT
375 Simon Despres PIT
376 Ryan O'Byrne COL
377 Francis Bouillon MON
378 Alexei Ponikarovsky NJD
379 Gregory Campbell BOS
380 Martin Havlat SAN
381 Cal Clutterbuck MIN
382 Roman Polak STL
383 Ryan O'Reilly COL
384 Michal Rozsival CHI
385 Deryk Engelland PIT
386 Anton Stralman NYR
387 Matt Irwin SAN
388 Kyle Brodziak MIN
389 Scott Hartnell PHI
390 Clayton Stoner MIN
391 Lennart Petrell EDM
392 Jay Beagle WAS
393 John Erskine WAS
394 Jordan Schroeder VAN
395 Jerred Smithson FLA
396 Dwight King LOS
397 Ryan Whitney EDM
398 Tom Gilbert MIN
399 Shawn Thornton BOS
400 Chris Tanev VAN
401 Ryan Johansen COB
402 Scott Gomez SAN
403 Wojtek Wolski WAS
404 David Jones COL
405 Toni Lydman ANA
406 Keaton Ellerby LOS
407 Ryan Malone TAM
408 Ryan Ellis NAS
409 Joni Pitkanen CAR
410 Trevor Daley DAL
411 Kris Russell STL
412 Josh Bailey NYI
413 Ryan Reaves STL
414 John-Michael Liles TOR
415 Colin Fraser LOS
416 Jamie McBain CAR
417 Matt Hunwick COL
418 Tyson Strachan FLA
419 Brandon Yip NAS
420 Keith Aucoin NYI
421 Nathan Gerbe BUF
422 Anton Volchenkov NJD
423 Keith Aulie TAM
424 Andrej Sekera BUF
425 Cam Atkinson COB
426 Eric Gryba OTT
427 Marc-Edouard Vlasic SAN
428 Jim O'Brien OTT
429 Charlie Coyle MIN
430 Mikael Backlund CGY
431 Sean Couturier PHI
432 Filip Kuba FLA
433 Paul Gaustad NAS
434 Mike Brown EDM
435 Milan Hejduk COL
436 Korbinian Holzer TOR
437 Simon Gagne PHI
438 Zbynek Michalek PHO
439 Jordan Leopold BUF
440 Rob Scuderi LOS
441 Shawn Horcoff EDM
442 Roman Cervenka CGY
443 Michael Frolik CHI
444 Mike Weaver FLA
445 Steve Oleksy WAS
446 Frazer McLaren TOR
447 Guillaume Latendresse OTT
448 T.J. Brodie CGY
449 Chris Kelly BOS
450 Douglas Murray SAN
451 Cory Emmerton DET
452 Drayson Bowman CAR
453 Joakim Andersson DET
454 Karl Alzner WAS
455 Jonas Brodin MIN
456 Jordan Nolan LOS
457 Bryan Allen ANA
458 Ryan Garbutt DAL
459 Adam Larsson NJD
460 Adam Burish SAN
461 Adam Hall CAR
462 Erik Johnson COL
463 J.T. Miller NYR
464 Michael Stone PHO
465 Nick Schultz EDM
466 Tomas Kundratek WAS
467 Jordie Benn DAL
468 Kyle Wellwood WPG
469 Ryan White MON
470 Andrei Loktionov NJD
471 Alec Martinez LOS
472 Tye McGinn PHI
473 Tomas Tatar DET
474 Marcus Johansson WAS
475 Colby Armstrong MON
476 Bobby Sanguinetti CAR
477 Matthew Lombardi PHO
478 Patrick Bordeleau COL
479 Travis Moen MON
480 Tim Erixon COB
481 Patrick Eaves DET
482 Mark Fistric EDM
483 Greg Zanon COL
484 Chris Butler CGY
485 Joe Vitale PIT
486 Brian Lashoff DET
487 Shane O'Brien COL
488 Jaden Schwartz STL
489 Bryce Salvador NJD
490 Aaron Palushaj COL
491 Mike Knuble PHI
492 Patrick Kaleta BUF
493 Kyle Quincey DET
494 Tanner Glass PIT
495 Matt Halischuk NAS
496 Marty Reasoner NYI
497 Nick Johnson PHO
498 Erik Gudbranson FLA
499 Riley Nash CAR
500 Robyn Regehr BUF
501 Torrey Mitchell MIN
502 Jonathon Blum NAS
503 Jim Slater WPG
504 Brendan Smith DET
505 Eric Belanger EDM
506 Paul Postma WPG
507 Thomas Hickey NYI
508 Zach Redmond WPG
509 Tyson Barrie COL
510 Keith Ballard VAN
511 Mike Rupp MIN
512 Brent Burns SAN
513 Cam Fowler ANA
514 Aaron Volpatti WAS
515 Mark Olver COL
516 David Ullstrom NYI
517 Mark Fayne NJD
518 Zenon Konopka MIN
519 Davis Drewiske LOS
520 Chris Thorburn WPG
521 Mikael Granlund MIN
522 Wade Redden STL
523 Peter Holland ANA
524 Eric Tangradi WPG
525 Dainius Zubrus NJD
526 Alexander Sulzer BUF
527 Chad LaRose CAR
528 Chris Bourque BOS
529 Alex Kovalev FLA
530 Justin Falk MIN
531 Bobby Butler NAS
532 Jason Zucker MIN
533 Andrew Desjardins SAN
534 Scott Nichol STL
535 Tyler Johnson TAM
536 Marc-Andre Bergeron TAM
537 Michal Handzus SAN
538 Rostislav Klesla PHO
539 Reilly Smith DAL
540 T.J. Galiardi SAN
541 James Wright WPG
542 Steve Begin CGY
543 Sheldon Brookbank CHI
544 Colton Gillies COB
545 Brian Strait NYI
546 Tom Sestito VAN
547 Kurtis Foster PHI
548 Ryan Wilson COL
549 Jason Spezza OTT
550 Stephen Weiss FLA
551 Paul Bissonnette PHO
552 Ryan Kesler VAN
553 Ondrej Palat TAM
554 James Sheppard SAN
555 Chris Porter STL
556 David Schlemko PHO
557 Joffrey Lupul TOR
558 Ben Eager EDM
559 Darroll Powe NYR
560 Tim Brent CAR
561 T.J. Brennan FLA
562 Peter Regin OTT
563 Ian White DET
564 Scottie Upshall FLA
565 Bruno Gervais PHI
566 Tim Jackman CGY
567 Brandon Bollig CHI
568 George Parros FLA
569 Scott Hannan NAS
570 Joey Crabb WAS
571 Justin Braun SAN
572 Dustin Jeffrey PIT
573 Dave Dziurzynski OTT
574 Stefan Matteau NJD
575 Andrew Ebbett VAN
576 Tim Wallace CAR
577 David Booth VAN
578 Brian Flynn BUF
579 Mikhail Grigorenko BUF
580 Kaspars Daugavins OTT
581 Jamie Oleksiak DAL
582 Antti Miettinen WPG
583 Jeff Halpern NYR
584 Brad Staubitz ANA
585 Krys Barch NJD
586 Radko Gudas TAM
587 Robert Bortuzzo PIT
588 Dave Steckel ANA
589 Arron Asham NYR
590 Teemu Hartikainen EDM
591 Tim Kennedy SAN
592 Ryan Jones EDM
593 Philip Larsen DAL
594 Rob Klinkhammer PHO
595 Steve Eminger NYR
596 Jeff Schultz WAS
597 Kevin Porter BUF
598 Pat Maroon ANA
599 Peter Harrold NJD
600 Dalton Prout COB
601 Henrik Tallinder NJD
602 Kris Versteeg FLA
603 Dan Carcillo CHI
604 Brian Lee TAM
605 Radek Martinek NYI
606 Richard Panik TAM
607 John Scott BUF
608 Adrian Aucoin COB
609 Tomas Kaberle MON
610 Todd Bertuzzi DET
611 Pierre-Cedric Labrie TAM
612 Ville Leino BUF
613 Stu Bickel NYR
614 Andrej Meszaros PHI
615 Dana Tyrell TAM
616 Gabriel Dumont MON
617 Jamal Mayers CHI
618 Chris Kreider NYR
619 Harry Zolnierczyk PHI
620 Matt Carkner NYI
621 Matt D'Agostini STL
622 Brooks Laich WAS
623 Cam Barker VAN
624 Mike Santorelli FLA
625 Joe Finley NYI
626 Andrew Alberts VAN
627 Zach Boychuk NAS
628 Derek Smith CGY
629 Aaron Rome DAL
630 Blair Jones CGY
631 Colby Robak FLA
632 Stephane Da Costa OTT
633 Anton Lander EDM
634 Mark Borowiecki OTT
635 Tom Poti WAS
636 Anthony Peluso WPG
637 Erik Gustafsson PHI
638 Victor Bartley NAS
639 Tomas Vincour DAL
640 Hal Gill NAS
641 Ian Cole STL
642 Corey Potter EDM
643 Jason Demers SAN
644 Gustav Nyquist DET
645 Tyler Toffoli LOS
646 Nate Prosser MIN
647 Cody Goloubef COB
648 Kevin Westgarth CAR
649 John Moore COB
650 Roman Horak CGY
651 Adam Pardy BUF
652 Taylor Beck NAS
653 Adam Cracknell STL
654 Chris Mueller NAS
655 Micheal Haley NYR
656 Jordan Caron BOS
657 Matt Kassian OTT
658 Brian McGrattan CGY
659 Aaron Johnson BOS
660 Cody McCormick BUF
661 Marco Scandella MIN
662 Andreas Nodl CAR
663 Jake Gardiner TOR
664 Eric Boulton NYI
665 Sven Baertschi CGY
666 Dmitry Orlov WAS
667 Mark Eaton PIT
668 Derek Meech WPG
669 Jacob Josefson NJD
670 Kent Huskins DET
671 Steve Downie COL
672 Chris Summers PHO
673 Roman Hamrlik NYR
674 Zac Dalpe CAR
675 Brendan Mikkelson TAM
676 Chris Terry CAR
677 Nolan Yonkman FLA
678 Tom Kostopoulos NJD
679 Jeremy Welsh CAR
680 Jimmy Hayes CHI
681 Jarred Tinordi MON
682 Kris Newbury NYR
683 Scott Laughton PHI
684 Mike Komisarek TOR
685 Jack Hillen WAS
686 Theo Peckham EDM
687 Jamie Langenbrunner STL
688 David Rundblad PHO
689 Chris VandeVelde EDM
690 Benn Ferriero NYR
691 Matt Gilroy NYR
692 Jonathan Rheault FLA
693 Jay Pandolfo BOS
694 Matt Fraser DAL
695 Ryan Hamilton TOR
696 Tom Wandell DAL
697 Nick Drazenovic COB
698 Brandon McMillan ANA
699 Alexandre Bolduc PHO
700 Ed Jovanovski FLA
701 Mike Lundin OTT
702 Mattias Tedenby NJD
703 Cory Sarich CGY
704 Manny Malhotra VAN
705 Steven Pinizzotto VAN
706 Matt Anderson NJD
707 Lane MacDermid BOS
708 Matt Ellis BUF
709 Derek Grant OTT
710 Matt Pelech SAN
711 Mark Stone OTT
712 Akim Aliu CGY
713 Mark Scheifele WPG
714 Mikael Samuelsson DET
715 Brett Sutter CAR
716 Anton Babchuk CGY
717 Devante Smith-Pelly ANA
718 Patrice Cormier WPG
719 Stefan Elliott COL
720 Tim Sestito NJD
721 Sami Vatanen ANA
722 David van der Gulik COL
723 Ryan Murphy CAR
724 Carlo Colaiacovo DET
725 Michael Sgarbossa COL
726 Ryan Spooner BOS
727 Nick Holden COB
728 Mike Blunden MON
729 Harri Pesonen NJD
730 Jamie Tardif BOS
731 Darcy Hordichuk EDM
732 Eric Wellwood PHI
733 Brandon Mashinter NYR
734 Andrew Gordon VAN
735 Dylan Reese PIT
736 Cam Janssen NJD
737 Jan Mursak DET
738 Yannick Weber MON
739 Rickard Rakell ANA
740 Sean Collins COB
741 Mark Pysyk BUF
742 Brad Richardson LOS
743 Greg Pateryn MON
744 Jordan Hendry ANA
745 Quinton Howden FLA
746 Michal Jordan CAR
747 Ben Street CGY
748 Michael Caruso FLA
749 Jonathan Audy-Marchessault COB
750 David Savard COB