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Huberdeau Kicks Off 2013 Rookie Draft

In News, Transactions on November 23, 2013 at 1:19 pm

The Ice Harbor Storm chose Jonathan Huberdeau to kick off the 2013 Rookie Draft. From there, it was a day of few surprises.  Perhaps most notably, the Pittsburgh Hornets cashed in on the deadline deal that sent Brad Richards and Sergei Gonchar to South Carolina – on top of Travis Hamonic, they drafted Justin Schultz and Mark Psysyk with the Fire Ants’ former picks, alongside Alex Galchenyuk (2nd overall), Beau Bennett, and Petr Mrazek.

The day’s trades included:

– Charleston sending veteran defensemen Derek Morris and Marek Zidlicky to Boston for Michael Rozsival and the Banshee’s 3rd (Alexander Urbom) and 4th (Jordan Schroeder) picks

– New England then picking up Morris from Boston for Tim Gleason

– New England shipping out Mason Raymond and Tomas Tatar to Baltimore for Michael Grabner

– Salem trading Luca Sbisa and its 3rd (Tye McGinn) to Boston for Carl Gunnarsson

– El Dorado moving two 4ths for Great Lakes’ 3rd in 2014

– Vancouver swapping its 4th for New England’s 4th in 2014

Round 1
1. Ice Harbor – Jonathan Huberdeau
2. Pittsburgh – Alex Galchenyuk
3. Delta – Brendan Gallagher
4. Baltimore – Vladimir Tarasenko
5. Winnipeg – Nail Yakupov
6. West Virginia – Dougie Hamilton
7. Sterling – Jonas Brodin
8. Farmington – Tyler Toffoli
9. Pittsburgh (from South Carolina) – Justin Schultz
10. San Francisco – Jakob Silfverberg
11. El Dorado – Mikael Granlund
12. Portland – Brendan Dillon
13. Great Lakes – Danny DeKeyser
14. Denver – Emerson Etem
15. Charleston – Filip Forsberg
16. Boston – Alex Chiasson
17. Baltimore (from Nashville) – Charlie Coyle
18. New England – Chris Kreider
19. Vancouver – Ryan Murphy
20. Salem – Torey Krug

Round 2
21. Vancouver (from Ice Harbor) – Nick Bjugstad
22. Delta – Cory Conacher
23. Baltimore – Alex Killorn
24. Pittsburgh – Beau Bennett
25. Winnipeg – Jake Allen
26. West Virginia – Mikhail Grigorenko
27. Sterling – Jake Muzzin
28. Farmington – J.T. Miller
29. Pittsburgh (from South Carolina) – Mark Psysyk
30. San Francisco – Thomas Hickey
31. El Dorado – Nathan Beaulieu
32. Portland – Ondrej Palat
33. Nashville (from Great Lakes) – Max Reinhart
34. Baltimore (from Denver) – Tyler Johnson
35. Charleston – Taylor Beck
36. Delta (from Boston) – Drew Shore
37. Baltimore (from Nashville) – Jarred Tinordi
38. New England – Jamie Oleksiak
39. Vancouver – Andrej Sustr
40. Salem – Eric Gelinas

Round 3
41. Boston (from Ice Harbor via New England) – Richard Panik
42. Delta – Matt Irwin
43. Baltimore – Sami Vatanen
44. Pittsburgh – Petr Mrazek
45. Winnipeg – Austin Watson
46. West Virginia – Mark Arcobello
47. Sterling – Richard Rakell
48. Farmington – Dmitrij Jaskin
49. Boston (from South Carolina) – Nicklas Jensen
50. San Francisco – Antoine Roussel
51. El Dorado – Quinton Howden
52. Portland – Radko Gudas
53. El Dorado (from Great Lakes via Ice Harbor) – Stefan Matteau
54. Denver – Brian Flynn
55. Charleston – Ryan Stanton
56. Charleston (from Boston) – Alexander Urbom
57. Charleston (from Nashville) – Scott Laughton
58. Vancouver (from New England) – Frank Corrado
59. Vancouver – Jean-Gabriel Pageau
60. Boston (from Salem) – Tye McGinn

Round 4
61. Vancouver (from Ice Harbor) – Mark Stone
62. Delta – Michael Sgarbossa
63. Denver (from Baltimore) – Riley Nash
64. Vancouver (from Pittsburgh) – Alex Petrovic
65. Winnipeg – Zach Redmond
66. West Virginia – Bobby Sanguinetti
67. Sterling – Colby Robak
68. Farmington – Chris Brown
69. South Carolina – Tomas Kundratek
70. San Francisco – Jordie Benn
71. Great Lakes (from El Dorado) – Ryan Spooner
72. Portland – Brandon Bollig
73. Great Lakes – Matt Tennyson
74. Great Lakes (from Denver via El Dorado) – Darcy Kuemper
75. Charleston – Alex Stalock
76. Charleston (from Boston) – Jordan Schroeder
77. Nashville – Oliver Lauridsen
78. New England – Mark Barbiero
79. New England (from Vancouver) – Johan Larsson
80. Salem – Eric Gryba

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