At Ottawa
First Round
1. Tampa Bay, Steven Stamkos, c, Sarnia (OHL).
2. Los Angeles, Drew Doughty, d, Guelph (OHL).
3. Atlanta, Zach Bogosian, d, Peterborough (OHL).
4. St. Louis, Alex Pietrangelo, d, Niagara (OHL).
5. Toronto (from N.Y. Islanders), Luke Schenn, d, Kelowna (WHL).
6. Columbus, Nikita Filatov, lw, CSKA 2 (Russia-3).
7. Nashville (from Toronto), Colin Wilson, c, Boston University (Hockey East).
8. Phoenix, Mikkel Boedker, lw, Kitchener (OHL).
9. N.Y. Islanders (from Florida), Joshua Bailey, c, Windsor (OHL).
10. Vancouver, Cody Hodgson, c, Brampton (OHL).
11. Chicago, Kyle Beach, c, Everett (WHL).
12. Buffalo (from Edmonton through Anaheim and Los Angeles), Tyler Myers, d, Kelowna (WHL).
13. Los Angeles (from Buffalo), Colten Teubert, d, Regina (WHL).
14. Carolina, Zach Boychuk, c, Lethbridge (WHL).
15. Ottawa (from Nashville), Erik Karksson, d, Frolunda Jr. (Sweden Junior).
16. Boston, Joe Colborne, c, Camrose (AJHL).
17. Anaheim (from Calgary), Jake Gardiner, d, Minnetonka (Minn.) H.S.
18. Nashville (from Ottawa), Chet Pickard, g, Tri-City (WHL).
19. Philadelphia (from Colorado through Columbus), Luca Sbisa, d, Lethbridge (WHL).
20. N.Y. Rangers, Michael Del Zotto, d, Oshawa (OHL).
21. Washington (from New Jersey), Anton Gustafsson, c, Frolunda Jr. (Sweden Junior).
22. Edmonton (from Anaheim), Jordan Eberle, c, Regina (WHL).
23. Minnesota (from Washington), Tyler Cuma, d, Ottawa (OHL).
24. New Jersey (from Minnesota), Mattias Tedenby, lw, HV71 (Sweden).
25. Calgary (from Montreal), Greg Nemisz, c, Windsor (OHL).
26. Buffalo (from San Jose), Tyler Ennis, c, Medicine Hat (WHL).
27. Washington (from Philadelphia), John Carlson, d, Indiana (USHL).
28. Phoenix (from Dallas through Los Angeles), Viktor Tikhonov, w, Cherepovets (Russia).
29. Atlanta (from Pittsburgh), Daultan Leveille, c, St. Catharines (GHL).
30. Detroit, Thomas McCollum, g, Guelph (OHL).

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