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NHL draft first-round picks

Draft selections | Round 1

Team Player Pos From

1. Edmonton Taylor Hall LW OHL Windsor

2. Boston Tyler Seguin C OHL Plymouth

from Toronto

3. Florida Eric Gudbranson D OHL Kingston

4. Columbus Ryan Johansen C WHL Portland

5. N.Y. IslandersNino Niederreiter RW WHL Portland

6. Tampa Bay Brett Connolly RW WHL Prince George

7. Carolina Jeff Skinner RW OHL Kitchener

8. Atlanta Alexander Burmistrov C OHL Barrie

9. Minnesota Mikael Granlund C Finland

10. N.Y. RangersDylan McIlrath D WHL Moose Jaw

11. Dallas Jack Campbell G USA Under-18

12. Anaheim Cam Fowler D OHL Windsor

13. Phoenix Brandon Gormley D QMJHL Moncton

from Calgary

14. St. Louis Jaden Schwartz C USHL Tri-City

15. Los AngelesDerek Forbort D USA Under-18

from Florida via Boston

16. St. Louis Vladimir Tarasenko RW KHL Novosibirsk

from Ottawa

17. Colorado Joey Hishon C OHL Owen Sound

18. Nashville Austin Watson LW OHL Peterborough

19. Florida Nick Bjugstad C Blaine (Minn.) HS

from Los Angeles

20. Pittsburgh Beau Bennett RW BCHL Penticton

21. Detroit Riley Sheahan C U Notre Dame

22. MontrealJarred Tinordi D USA Under-18

from Phoenix

23. Buffalo Mark Pysyk D WHL Edmonton

24. Chicago Kevin Hayes RW Nobles (Mass.) HS

from New Jersey via Atlanta

25. FloridaQuinton Howden C WHL Moose Jaw

from Vancouver

26. Washington Evgeny Kuznetsov C KHL Chelyabinsk

27. PhoenixMark Visentin G OHL Niagara

from Montreal

28. San Jose Charlie Coyle RW/C EJHL South Shore

29. Anaheim Emerson Etem RW WHL Medicine Hat

from Philadelphia

30. N.Y. IslandersBrock Nelson C Warroad (Minn.) HS

from Chicago

NHL draft first-round picks 06/25/10 [Last modified: Friday, June 25, 2010 11:07pm]
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