MINNEAPOLIS, MN - JUNE 23: The Top Prospects for the 2011 NHL Entry Draft take part in a Media Opportunity at the Walker Art Center on June 23, 2011 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

2011 NHL Draft: Full Results Of Rounds 2 Through 7

The 2011 NHL Draft has now concluded. Get the full results from the second through seventh rounds here.

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2011 NHL Draft Results: 7th Round Selections And Highlights

The 7th and final round has come to a conclusion and with that the 2011 NHL Draft is done. Here are the final selections. 

182. Edmonton - Frans Tuohimaa - Goaltender from Finland
183. Colorado - Dillon Donnelly - Defenseman from Shawinigan 
184. Florida - Iiro Parkarinen - Right Winger from Finland
185. New York Islanders - Mitchell Theoret - Center from Niagara
186. Ottawa - Jordan Fransoo - Defenseman from Brandon
187. Winnipeg - Aaron Harstad - Defenseman from Green Bay
188. Columbus - Anton Forsberg - Defenseman from Sweden
189. New Jersey - Patrick Daly - Defenseman from Minnesota 
190. Toronto - Garret Sparks - Goaltender from Guelph
191. Minnesota - Tyler Graovac - Center from Ottawa
192. St. Louis - Teemu Eronen - Defenseman from Finland 
193. Carolina - Brody Sutter - Center from Lethbridge
194. San Jose - Colin Blackwell - Center from Massachusetts
195. Dallas - Jyrki Jokipakka - Defenseman from Finland
196. Phoenix - Zac Larraza - Left Winger from US NTDP
197. Buffalo - Brad Navin - Center from Wisconsin
198. Montreal - Colin Sullivan - Defenseman from Connecticut
199. Chicago - Alexander Broadhurst - Center from Green Bay
200. Los Angeles - Michael Schumacher - Left Winger from Sweden
201. Tampa Bay - Matthew Peca - Center from Pembroke
202. Nashville - Brent Andrews - Left Winger from Halifax
203. Toronto - Max Everson - Defenseman from Minnesota 
204. Ottawa - Ryan Dzingel - Center from Lincoln
205. Detroit - Alexei Marchenko - Defenseman from Russia
206. Philadelphia - Derek Mathers - Right Winger from Peterborough
207. Washington - Garrett Haar - Defenseman from Fargo
208. Tampa Bay - Ondrej Palat - Left Winger from Drummondville
209. Pittsburgh - Scott Wilson - Center from Georgetown 
210. Vancouver - Henrik Tommernes - Defenseman from Sweden
211. Chicago - Johan Mattsson - Goaltender from Sweden


2011 NHL Draft Results: 6th Round Selections And Highlights

The 6th round of the 2011 NHL Draft is complete. There is one round left before the draft concludes for another year. 

152. Toronto - David Broll - Left Winger from Sault Ste. Marie
153. Colorado - Gabriel Beaupre - Defenseman from Val D'Or
154. Florida - Edward Wittchow - Defenseman from Minnesota
155. Phoenix - Andrew Fritsch - Right Winger from Owen Sound
156. Ottawa - Darren Kramer - Center from Spokane
157. Winnipeg - Jason Kasdorf - Goaltender from Portage
158. Columbus - Lukas Sedlak - Center from Czech Republic
159. New Jersey - Reece Scarlett - Defenseman from Swift Current
160. Anaheim - Josh Manson - Defenseman from Salmon Arm
161. Minnesota - Stephen Michalek - Goaltender from Connecticut
162. St. Louis - Ryan Tesink - Center from Saint John
163. Carolina - Matt Mahalak - Goaltender from Plymouth
164. Calgary - Laurent Brossoit - Goaltender from Edmonton
165. Dallas - Matej Stransky - Right Winger from Saskatoon
166. San Jose - Daniil Sobchenko - Center from Russia
167. Buffalo - Nathan Lieuwen - Goaltender from Kootenay 
168. Montreal - Daniel Pribyl - Center from Czech Republic
169. Chicago - Sam Jardine - Defenseman from Camrose 
170. Nashville - Chasen Bailey - Center from Western Michigan
171. Ottawa - Max McCormick - Left Winger from Sioux City
172. New York Rangers - Peter Ceresnak - Defenseman from Slovakia
173. Toronto - Dennis Robertson - Defenseman from Brown University
174. Pittsburgh - Josh Archibald - Winger from Minnesota
175. Detroit - Richard Nedomlel - Defenseman from Swift Current
176. Philadelphia - Petr Placek - Right Winger from Connecticut
177. Washington - Travis Boyd - Center from US NTDP
178. Tampa Bay - Adam Wilcox - Goaltender from Green Bay
179. San Jose - Dylan Demelo - Defenseman from Mississauga St. Michael's
180. Vancouver - Pathrik Westerholm - Right Winger from Sweden 
181. Boston - Lars Volden - Goaltender from Finland


2011 NHL Draft Results: 5th Round Selections And Highlights

The NHL Draft is quickly coming to an end with the 5th round already completed. Here are the selections.

122. Edmonton - Martin Gernat - Defenseman from Slovakia
123. Colorado - Garrett Meurs - Center from Plymouth 
124. Florida - Yaroslav Kosov - Forward from Russia
125. New York Islanders - John Persson - Left Winger from Red Deer
126. Ottawa - Fredrik Claesson - Defenseman from Sweden
127. New York Islanders - Brenden Kichton - Defenseman from Spokane
128. Columbus - Seth Ambroz - Right Winger from Omaha
129. New Jersey - Blake Pietila - Left Winger from US NTDP
130. Toronto - Tony Cameranesi - Center from Minnesota
131. Minnesota - Nick Seeler - Defenseman from Minnesota 
132. St, Louis -  Niklas Lundstrom - Goaltender from Sweden
133. San Jose - Sean Kuraly - Center from Indiana
134. New York Rangers - Shane McColgan - Right Winger from Kelowna
135. Dallas - Troy Vance - Defenseman from Victoriaville
136. New York Rangers - Samuel Noreau - Defenseman from Baie-Comeau
137. Buffalo - Alex Lepkowski - Defenseman from Barrie
138. Montreal - Darren Dietz - Defenseman from Saskatoon
139. Chicago - Andrew Shaw - Center from Owen Sound
140. Los Angeles - Joel Lowry - Left Winger from Victoria
141. Phoenix - Darian Dziurzynski - Left Winger from Saskatoon
142. Nashville - Simon Karlsson - Defenseman from Sweden 
143. Anaheim - Max Friberg - Left Winger from Sweden
144. Pittsburgh - Dominik Uher - Center from Spokane
145. Detroit - Philippe Hudon - Center from Connecticut
146. Detroit - Mattias Backman - Defenseman from Sweden
147. Washington - Patrick Koudys - Defenseman from Rensselear University
148. Tampa Bay - Nikita Nesterov - Defenseman from Russia
149. Winnipeg - Austen Brassard - Right Winger from Belleville
150. Vancouver - Frank Corrado - Defenseman from Sudbury
151. Boston - Rob O'Gara - Defenseman from Massachusetts 


NHL Draft 2011 Results: 4th Round Selections And Highlights

The 3rd round featured Kevin Lowe's son, Keegan Lowe, who went to the Carolina Hurricanes. The 4th round features Dillion Simpson, Craig Simpson's son, who went to the Edmonton Oilers. Here are the rest of the picks in the 4th round

92. Edmonton - Dillon Simpson - Defenseman from North Dakota
93. Colorado - Joachim Nermark - Center from Sweden
94. Nashville - Josh Shalla - Left Winger from Saginaw Spirit
95. New York Islanders - Robbie Russo - Defenseman from US NTDP
96. Ottawa - Jean-Gabriel Pageau - Center from Gatineau Olympiques
97. Montreal - Josiah Didier - Defenseman from Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
98. Columbus - Mike Reilly - Defenseman from Minnesota 
99. New Jersey - Reid Boucher - Center from US NTDP
100. Toronto - Tom Nilsson - Defenseman from Sweden
101. Vancouver - Joseph Labate - Center from Minnesota
102. St. Louis - Yannick Veilleux - Left Winger from Shawinigan Cataractes
103. Carolina - Gregory Hoffman - Center from Switzerland
104. Calgary - John Gaudreau - Left Winger from Dubuque Fighting Saints
105. Dallas - Emil Molin - Center from Sweden
106. New York Rangers - Michael St, Croix - Center from Edmonton Oil Kings
107. Buffalo - Colin Jacobs - Center from Seattle Thunderbirds
108. Montreal - Oliver Archambault - Left Winger from Val-D'Or Foreurs
109. Chicago - Maxim Shalunov - Right Winger from Russia
110. Los Angeles - Michael Mersch - Left Winger from University of Wisconsin
111. Phoenix - Kale Kessy - Left Winger from Medicine Hat Tigers
112. Nashville - Garrett Noonan - Defenseman from Boston University
113. Montreal - Magnus Nygren - Defenseman from Sweden
114. Edmonton - Tobias Rieder - Center from Kitchener Rangers
115. Detroit - Marek Tvrdon - Right Winger from Vancouver Giants
116. Philadelphia - Colin Sullentrop - Defenseman from Oshawa Generals
117. Washington - Steffen Soberg - Goaltender from Norway
118. Philadelphia - Marcel Nobels - Left Winger from Seattle Thunderbirds
119. Winnipeg - Zachary Yuen - Defenseman from Tri-City Americans
120. Vancouver - Ludwig Blomstrand - Left Winger from Sweden
121. Boston - Brain Ferlin - Right Winger from Indiana Ice


New York Islanders Trade Bruno Gervais To Tampa Bay

The New York Islanders have traded the restricted free agent rights to Bruno Gervais to the Tampa Bay Lightning for future considerations. Gervais had six assists in 53 games with the Islanders last season and was a -14 during that stretch. Gervais has played for the Islanders for six seasons and is a career -60 during that stretch, most like attributable to some bad Islanders teams he has played on. 

Gervais was making $740,833 last season and could be in store for a slight increase in salary. He should make the Tampa lineup when the 2011 season starts if the Lightning and Gervais can agree to a deal. 

For more information on this deal, check out our Islanders blog, Lighthouse Hockey, and our Lightning blog, Raw Charge


NHL Draft 2011 Results: 3rd Round Selections And Highlights

The third round of the 2011 NHL Draft sees the Carolina Hurricanes take Keegan Lowe, son of Edmonton Oilers president Kevin Lowe with the 73rd overall pick. The Oilers were set to select with the next pick. Also the 69th overall pick was forfeited by the New Jersey Devils due to the issues last season with the Ilya Kovalchuk contract. Here is the full list of the 3rd round picks

62. Edmonton - Samu Perhonen - Goaltender from Finland
63. New York Islanders - Andrei Pedan - Defenseman from Guelph Storm
64. Florida - Vincent Trocheck - Center from Saginaw Spirit
65. Anaheim - Joseph Cramarossa - Center from Mississauga St. Michaels
66. Columbus - Thomas Tynan - Center from Notre Dame
67. Winnipeg - Adam Lowry - Left Wing from Swift Current Broncos
68. Philadelphia - Nick Cousins - Center from Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
69. Forfeited
70. Chicago - Michael Paliotta - Defenseman from US NTDP
71. Vancouver - David Honzik - Goaltender from Victoriaville Tigres
72. New York Rangers (traded from St. Louis) - Steven Fogarty - Center from Minnesota
73. Carolina - Keegan Lowe - Defenseman from Edmonton Oil Kings
74. Edmonton - Travis Ewanyk - Left Wing from Edmonton Oil Kings
75. New Jersey - Blake Coleman - Center from Indiana Ice
76. Florida - Logan Shaw - Right Wing from Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
77. Buffalo - Daniel Catenacci - Center from Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
78. Winnipeg (traded from Montreal) - Brennan Serville - Defenseman from Stouffville
79. Chicago - Klas Dahlbeck - Defenseman from Sweden
80. Los Angeles - Andy Andreoff - Center from Oshawa Spirit 
81. Boston - Anthony Camara - Left Wing from Saginaw Spirit
82. Los Angeles (traded from Nashville) - Nicholas Shore - Center from Denver University
83. Anaheim - Andy Welinski - Defenseman from Green Bay Gamblers
84. Phoenix - Harrison Ruopp - Defenseman from Prince Albert Raiders
85. Detroit - Alan Quine - Center from Peterborough Petes
86. Toronto - Josh Leivo - Left Wing from Sudbury Wolves
87. Florida - Jonathan Racine - Defenseman from Shawinigan Cataractes
88. St. Louis - Jordan Binnington - Goaltender from Owen Sound Attack
89. San Jose - Justin Sefton - Defenseman from Sudbury Wolves
90. Vancouver - Alexandre Grenier - Right Wing from Halifax Mooseheads
91. Florida - Kyle Rau - Center from Minnesota


Columbus Blue Jackets Trade Nikita Filatov To Ottawa Senators

The Columbus Blue Jackets had high hopes for Nikita Filatov when they drafted him 6th overall in the 2008 NHL Draft. Those hopes soured quickly as Filatov became more of a headache than what he was worth as he only played in 44 games over three seasons with the Blue Jackets. 

The Blue Jackets have now passed that headache onto the Ottawa Senators as they dealt him for Ottawa's 3rd round pick in this year's draft (66th overall). Filatov could blossom with a change of scenery as he just couldn't make it work in Columbus where the expectations were much higher. Filatov still appears to have the skills to be a top six forward in the NHL, he just has some other issues to deal with to get to that point. 

For more information on this trade, check out our Ottawa Senators blog, Silver Seven, and our Columbus Blue Jackets blog, The Cannon


NHL Draft 2011 Results: 2nd Round Features A Goaltender And A Hometown Boy

Highlights of the second round saw the first goaltender be selected by the Nashville Predators, Magnus Hellberg from Swedish Elite League. It also saw only the second and third Russian players to be selected with Alexander Khoklachev going to the Boston Bruins and Nikita Kucherov going to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Mario Lucia received a huge ovation as the Minnesota Wild traded up to get him with the 60th overall pick. Lucia's father is Don Lucia, the head coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Here is the complete list of picks in the second round

31. Edmonton - David Musil - Defenseman from the Vancouver Giants
32. St, Louis - Ty Rattie - Right Wing from Portland Winterhawks
33. Florida - Rocco Grimaldi - Center from US NTDP
34. New York Islanders - Scott Mayfield - Defenseman from Youngstown
35. Detroit - Tomas Jurco - Right Wing from Saint Johns Sea Dogs
36. Chicago - Adam Clendening - Defenseman from Boston University
37. Columbus - Boone Jenner - Center from Oshawa Generals
38. Nashville - Magnus Hellberg - Goaltender from Almtuna of the SEL
39. Anaheim - John Gibson - Goaltender from US NTDP
40. Boston - Alexander Khoklachev - Center from Windsor Spitfires
41. St. Louis - Dmitri Jaskin - Right Wing from Slavia Praha
42. Carolina - Victor Rask - Center from Leskand of the SEL
43. Chicago - Brandon Saad - Left Wing from Saginaw Spirit
44. Dallas - Brett Ritchie - Right Wing from Sarnia Sting
45. Calgary - Markus Granlund - Center from Finland
46. St, Louis - Joel Edmundson - Defenseman from Moose Jaw Warriors
47. San Jose (traded from Florida)  - Matthew Nieto - Left Wing from Boston University
48. Detroit - Xavier Ouellet - Defensemen from Montreal Juniors
49. Los Angeles - Christopher Gibson - Goaltender from Chicoutimi Saguenees
50. New York Islanders - Johan Sundstrom - Center from Frolunda of the SEL
51. Phoenix - Alexander Ruuttu - Center from Finland
52. Nashville -Miikka Salomaki - Right Wing from Finland
53. Anaheim - William Karlsson - Center from Sweden
54. Pittsburgh - Scott Harrington - Defenseman from London Knights
55. Detroit - Ryan Sproul - Defenseman from Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
56. Phoenix - Tyler Wotherspoon - Defenseman from Portland Winterhawks 
57. Calgary - Lucas Lessio - Left Wing from Oshawa Generals
58. Tampa Bay - Nikita Kucherov - Winger from Russia
59. San Jose - Rasmus Bengtsson - Defenseman from Sweden 
60. Minnesota (traded from Vancouver) - Mario Lucia - Left Wing from Minnesota
61. Ottawa - Shane Prince - Center from Ottawa 67's


2011 NHL Draft: Time, Order, And TV Information For Saturday

The 2011 NHL Draft will commence again on Saturday as rounds 2-7 will be completed in approximately four hours. 

Here is the quick rundown of everything you need to know 

Start Time: The second round of the Draft will start at 11 a.m. EDT with the first pick, the 31st overall pick,  going to the Edmonton Oilers. The five rounds are set to last four hours with each team receiving five minutes per pick. 

TV Information: The second day of the draft will be covered by NHL Network with coverage starting at 11 a.m EDT. If you missed it the first time around, they will reair it again at 3 p.m. EDT In Canada, TSN will be handling the coverage. 

Draft Order: Since it isn't feasible to list the entire draft order of all five rounds, the complete list of picks can be found here. The highest ranked player to fall out of the first round was Ty Rattie, from the Portland Winterhawks, who was ranked 17th in North America by NHL's Central Scouting. 

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