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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
Round 1 of the 2019 by birth country.
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NHL Public Relations Jun 22
217 players from 13 countries were selected in the 2019 .
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NHL Public Relations Jun 19
With 88% of first place votes, is the overwhelming choice for the Calder Trophy.
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NHL Public Relations Jun 22
Marshall Warren (166th overall, ) was the 17th and final member of the selected in the 2019 , establishing a new record. The previous benchmark of 13 was shared by the (1974) and U-18 NTDP (2006, 2007).
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The selected Moritz Seider with the sixth overall pick, who was named 2018-19 Rookie of the Year in the DEL – Germany’s top men’s hockey league. :
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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
23rd overall: Simon Holmstrom | HV 71 JR. (Sweden Jr.) More :
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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
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Vasily Podkolzin was selected 10th overall by the host after making history this season by becoming the first player born in the 2000s to play in the KHL. :
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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
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NHL Public Relations Jun 22
Did You Know? picks and Callan Foote became the fourth set of brothers to be chosen in the first round of the by the same franchise.
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NHL Public Relations Jun 23
Defenseman was selected fourth overall by the after leading all WHL players – regardless of position – with 26 playoff points this year (8-18—26 in 22 GP). :
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NHL Public Relations Jun 19
“Rocket” Richard Trophy winner became the first player in NHL history to top the League in goals eight times, breaking a tie with Bobby Hull (7x).
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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
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NHL Public Relations Jun 22
St. John's native (16th overall, ) became the sixth Newfoundland-born player selected in the first round of the and first since Daniel Cleary in 1997 (13th overall, Chicago).
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NHL Public Relations Jun 22
The ' first pick in the 2019 : (2nd round, 53rd overall) :
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Philip Broberg, who was named Best Defenseman at the 2019 Under-18 World Championship, was chosen by the with the eighth overall pick. :
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NHL Public Relations Jun 21
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NHL Public Relations Jun 22
Vladislav Kolyachonok was the first of three Belarus-born players selected in the 2019 , tied for the most ever. on of the :
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