2022 NHL Draft: Full draft results, all 225 selections (2022)

The NHL Draft has wrapped up from Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. Seven rounds zipped by, with 225 selections over the course of two days.

Here are the final selections from every team:

(Video) 2022 NHL Draft Round 1

Round 1

1. Montreal Canadiens — Juraj Slafkovsky, LW (FIN)
2. New Jersey Devils — Simon Nemec, D (SVK)
3. Arizona Coyotes — Logan Cooley, C (USNTDP)
4. Seattle Kraken — Shane Wright, C (OHL)
5. Philadelphia Flyers — Cutter Gauthier, LW (USNTDP)
6. Columbus Blue Jackets (from CHI) — David Jiricek, D (CZE)
7. Chicago Blackhawks (from OTT) — Kevin Korchinski, D (WHL)
8. Detroit Red Wings — Marco Kasper, C (SWE)
9. Buffalo Sabres — Matthew Savoie, C (WHL)
10. Anaheim Ducks — Pavel Mintyukov, D (OHL)
11. Arizona Coyotes (from SJS) — Conor Geekie, C (WHL)
12. Columbus Blue Jackets — Denton Mateychuk, D (WHL)
13. Chicago Blackhawks (from NYI via MTL) — Frank Nazar, C (USNTDP)
14. Winnipeg Jets — Rutger McGroarty, RW (USNTDP)
15. Vancouver Canucks — Jonathan Lekkerimaki, RW (SWE)
16. Buffalo Sabres (from VGK) — Noah Ostlund, C (SWE)
17. Nashville Predators — Joakim Kemell, KW (FIN)
18. Dallas Stars — Lian Bichsel, D (SWE)
19. Minnesota Wild (from LAK) — Liam Ohgren, LW (SWE)
20. Washington Capitals — Ivan Miroshnichenko, LW (RUS)
21. Pittsburgh Penguins — Owen Pickering, D (WHL)
22. Anaheim Ducks (from BOS) — Nathan Gaucher, C (QMJHL)
23. St. Louis Blues — Jimmy Snuggerud, RW (USNTDP)
24. Minnesota Wild — Danila Yurov, RW (RUS)
25. Chicago Blackhawks (from TML) — Sam Rinzel, D (HS-MN)
26. Montreal Canadiens (from CGY) — Filip Mesar, RW (SVK)
27. San Jose Sharks (from CAR via MTL via ARI) — Filip Bystedt, C (SWE)
28. Buffalo Sabres (from FLA) — Juri Kulich, C (CZE)
29. Arizona Coyotes (from EDM) — Maveric Lamoureux, C (QMJHL)
30. Winnipeg Jets (from NYR) — Brad Lambert, C (FIN)
31. Tampa Bay Lightning — Isaac Howard, LW (USNTDP)
32. Edmonton Oilers (from COL via ARI) — Reid Schaefer, LW (WHL)

Round 2

33. Montreal Canadiens — Owen Beck, C
34. San Jose Sharks (from ARI) — Cameron Lund, C
35. Seattle Kraken — Jagger Firkus, RW
36. Arizona Coyotes (from PHI) — Artem Duda, D
37. Washington Capitals (from NJD) — Ryan Chesley, D
38. Toronto Maple Leafs (from CHI) — Fraser Minten, C
39. Chicago Blackhawks (from OTT) — Paul Ludwinski, C
40. Detroit Red Wings — Dylan James, LW
41. Buffalo Sabres — Topias Leinonen, G
42. Anaheim Ducks — Noah Warren, D
43. Arizona Coyotes (from SJS) — Julian Lutz, LW
44. Columbus Blue Jackets — Luca Del Bel Belluz, C
45. San Jose Sharks (from NYI via ARI) — Mattias Havelid, D
46. New Jersey Devils (from WPG via WSH) — Seamus Casey, D
47. Minnesota Wild (from VAN via ARI) — Hunter Haight, C
48. Vegas Golden Knights — Matyas Sapolvaliv, C
49. Seattle Kraken (from NSH) — Jani Nyman, RW
50. Dallas Stars — Christian Kyrou, D
51. Los Angeles Kings — Jack Hughes, C
52. Detroit Red Wings (from WSH) — Dmitri Buchelnikov, LW
53. Anaheim Ducks (from PIT) — Tristan Luneau, D
54. Boston Bruins — Matthew Poitras, C
55. Winnipeg Jets (from STL via NYR) —Elias Salomonsson, D
56. Minnesota Wild* — Rieger Lorenz, LW
57. Chicago Blackhawks (from MIN) — Ryan Greene, C
58. Seattle Kraken (from TOR) — Niklas Kokko, G
59. Calgary Flames — Topi Ronni, C
60. Carolina Hurricanes — Gleb Trikozov, LW
61. Seattle Kraken (from FLA via CGY) — David Goyette, C
62. Montreal Canadiens (from EDM) — Lane Hutson, D
63. New York Rangers — Adam Sykora, LW
64. Ottawa Senators (from TBL) — Filip Nordberg, D
65. New York Islanders (from COL) — Calle Odelius, D

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* Compensatory pick

Round 3

66. Chicago Blackhawks (via MTL) — Gavin Hayes, LW
67. Arizona Coyotes — Miko Matikka, RW
68. Seattle Kraken — Ty Nelson, D
69. Philadelphia Flyers — Devin Kaplan, RW
70. Washington Capitals (from NJD) — Alexander Suzdalev, LW
71. Carolina Hurricanes (from CHI) — Alexander Perevalov, LW
72. Ottawa Senators — Oskar Pettersson, RW
73. St. Louis Blues (from DET) — Aleksanteri Kaskimaki, C
74. Buffalo Sabres — Viktor Neuchev, LW
75. Montreal Canadiens (from ANA) — Vinzenz Rohrer, C
76. San Jose Sharks — Michael Fisher, D
77. Winnipeg Jets (from CBJ) — Danil Zhilkin, C
78. New York Islanders — Quinn Finley, LW
79. Vegas Golden Knights (from WPG via VAN, TML) — Jordan Gustafson, C
80. Vancouver Canucks — Elias Pettersson, D
81. Chicago Blackhawks (from VGK) — Samuel Savoie, LWW
82. Nashville Predators — Adam Ingram, C
83. Dallas Stars — George Fegaras, D
84. Nashville Predators (from LAK) — Kasper Kulonummi, D
85. Washington Capitals — Ludwig Persson, LW
86. Tampa Bay Lightning (from PIT via LAK) — Lucas Edmonds, RW
87. Ottawa Senators (from BOS) — Tomas Hamara, D
88. St. Louis Blues — Michael Buchinger, D
89. Minnesota Wild — Michael Milne, LW
90. Chicago Blackhawks (from TOR via CGY) — Aidan Thompson, C
91. Seattle Kraken (from CGY via BOS) — Ben MacDonald, C
92. Montreal Canadiens (from CAR) — Adam Engstrom, D
93. Florida Panthers — Marek Alscher, D
94. Arizona Coyotes (from EDM via CHI) — Jeremy Langlois, D
95. Toronto Maple Leafs (from NYR via VGK) — Nicholas Moldenhauer, RW
96. Columbus Blue Jackets (from TBL) — Jordan Dumais, RW
97. New York Rangers (from COL) — Bryce McConnell-Barker

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Round 4

98. New York Islanders (from MTL) — Isaiah George, D
99. Winnipeg Jets (from ARI) — Garrett Brown, D
100. Seattle Kraken — Tyson Jugnauth, D
101. Carolina Hurricanes (from PHI) — Simon Forsmark, D
102. New Jersey Devils — Tyler Brennan, G
103. Los Angeles Kings (from CHI via TBL) — Kenny Connors, C
104. Ottawa Senators — Stephen Halliday, C
105. Detroit Red Wings — Anton Johansson, D
106. Buffalo Sabres — Mats Lindgren, D
107. Anaheim Ducks — Ben King, C
108. San Jose Sharks — Mason Beaupit, G
109. Columbus Blue Jackets — Kirill Dolzhenkov, RW
110. New Jersey Devils (from NYI) — Daniil Orlov, D
111. New York Rangers (from WPG via VGK) — Noah Laba, C
112. Vancouver Canucks — Daimon Gardner, C
113. Detroit Red Wings (from VGK) — Amadeus Lombardi, C
114. Nashville Predators — Cole O’Hara, RW
115. Dallas Stars — Gavin White, D
116. Los Angeles Kings — Angus Booth, D
117. Seattle Kraken (from WSH) — Cole Spicer, C
118. Pittsburgh Penguins — Sergey Murashov, G
119. Boston Bruins — Dans Locmelis, C
120. St. Louis Blues — Arseni Koromyslov, D
121. Minnesota Wild — Ryan Healy, D
122. Toronto Maple Leafs (from TOR via CBJ, NSH) — Dennis Hildeby, G
123. Seattle Kraken (from CGY) — Tucker Robertson, C
124. Carolina Hurricanes — Cruz Lucius, RW
125. Florida Panthers — Ludvig Jansson, D
126. New Jersey Devils (from EDM) — Charles Leddy, D
127. Montreal Canadiens (from NYR via FLA) — Cedrick Guindon, LW
128. Vegas Golden Knights (from TBL via MTL) — Cameron Whitehead, G
129. Detroit Red Wings (from COL) — Maximillian Kilpinen, LW

Round 5

130. Montreal Canadiens — Jared Davidson, C
131. Arizona Coyotes — Matthew Morden, D
132. Boston Bruins (from SEA) — Frederic Brunet, D
133. Philadelphia Flyers — Alex Bump, LW
134. Buffalo Sabres (from NJD) — Vsevolod Komarov, D
135. Toronto Maple Leafs (from CHI via VGK) — Nikita Grebenkin, RW
136. Ottawa Senators — Jorian Donovan, D
137. Detroit Red Wings — Tnias Mathurin, D
138. Columbus Blue Jackets (from BUF via VGK, SJS) — Sergei Ivanov, G
139. Anaheim Ducks — Connor Hvidston, LW
140. San Jose Sharks — Jake Furlong, D
141. New Jersey Devils (from CBJ) — Petr Hauser, RW
142. New York Islanders — Matthew Maggio, RW
143. Ottawa Senators (from WPG) — Cameron O’Neill, RW
144. Vancouver Canucks — Ty Young, G
145. Vegas Golden Knights — Patrick Guay, C
146. Nashville Predators — Graham Sward, D
147. Dallas Stars — Maxim Mayorov, G
148. Los Angeles Kings — Otto Salin, D
149. Washington Capitals — Jake Karabela, C
150. Pittsburgh Penguins — Zam Plante, C
151. Ottawa Senators (from BOS) — Kevin Reidler, G
152. St. Louis Blues — Marc-Andre Gaudet, D
153. Minnesota Wild — David Spacek, D
154. Anaheim Ducks (from TOR) — Michael Callow, RW
155. Calgary Flames — Parker Bell, LW
156. Carolina Hurricanes — Vladimir Grudinin, D
157. Florida Panthers — Sandis Vilmanis, LW
158. Edmonton Oilers — Samuel Jonsson, G
159. New York Rangers — Vittorio Mancini, D
160. Tampa Bay Lightning — Nick Malik, G
161. New York Rangers (from COL) — Maxim Barbashev, LW

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Round 6

162. Montreal Canadiens — Emmett Croteau, G
163. Arizona Coyotes — Maksymilian Szuber, D
164. Seattle Kraken — Barrett Hall, C
165. Philadelphia Flyers — Hunter McDonald, D
166. New Jersey Devils — Josh Filmon, LW
167. Pittsburgh Penguins (from CHI) — Nolan Collins, D
168. Ottawa Senators — Theo Wallberg, D
169. Los Angeles Kings (from DET via TBL) — Jared Wright, RW
170. Buffalo Sabres — Jake Richard, RW
171. Carolina Hurricanes (from ANA) — Jakub Vondras, G
172. San Jose Sharks — Joey Muldowney, RW
173. Chicago Blackhawks (from CBJ) — Dominic James, C
174. New York Islanders — Daylan Kuefler, LW
175. Winnipeg Jets — Fabian Wagner, C
176. Vancouver Canucks — Jackson Dorrington, D
177. Vegas Golden Knights — Ben Hemmerling, RW
178. Anaheim Ducks (from NSH) — Vyacheslav Buteyets, G
179. Dallas Stars — Matthew Seminoff, RW
180. Los Angeles Kings — Jack Sparkes, D
181. Washington Capitals — Ryan Hofer, RW
182. Pittsburgh Penguins — Luke Devlin, C
183. Boston Bruins — Reid Dyck, G
184. St. Louis Blues — Landon Sim, RW
185. Minnesota Wild — Servac Petrovsky, C
186. Florida Panthers (from TOR via CBJ) — Josh Davies, LW
187. Buffalo Sabres (from CGY via FLA) — Gustav Karlsson, C
188. Chicago Blackhawks (from CAR) — Nils Juntorp, RW
189. Florida Panthers — Tyler Muszelik, G
190. Edmonton Oilers — Nikita Yevseyev, D
191. New York Rangers — Zakary Karpa, C
192. Tampa Bay Lightning — Connor Kurth, RW
193. Colorado Avalanche — Chris Romaine, D

Round 7

194. Montreal Canadiens — Petteri Nurmi, D
195. San Jose Sharks (from ARI) — Eli Barnett, D
196. Seattle Kraken — Kyle Jackson, C
197. Philadelphia Flyers — Santeri Sulku, LW
198. New Jersey Devils — Artem Barabosha, D
199. Chicago Blackhawks — Riku Tohila, C
200. Boston Bruins (from OTT) — Jackson Edward, D
201. Detroit Red Wings — Owen Mehlenbacher, C
202. Buffalo Sabres — Joel Ratkovic Berndtsson, RW
203. Columbus Blues Jackets (from ANA) — James Fisher, RW
204. Arizona Coyotes (from SJS) — Adam Zlnka, RW
205. Carolina Hurricanes (from CBJ) — Alexander Pelevin, D
206. Ottawa Senators (from NYI) — Tyson Dyck, C
207. Winnipeg Jets — Domenic Divincentiis, G
208. Vancouver Canucks — Kirill Kudryavtsev, D
209. Vegas Golden Knights — Abram Wiebe, D
210. Nashville Predators — Ben Strinden, C
211. Buffalo Sabres (from DAL) — Linus Sjodin, C
212. Detroit Red Wings (from LAK) — Brennan Ali, C
213. Washington Capitals — David Gucciardi, D
214. Florida Panthers (from PIT) — Liam Arnsby, C
215. Los Angeles Kings (from BOS) — Kaleb Lawrence, RW
216. Montreal Canadiens (from STL via MTL, PHI, ARI) — Miguel Tourigny, D
217. San Jose Sharks (from MIN) — Reese Laubach, C
218. Toronto Maple Leafs — Brandon Lisowsky, LW
219. Calgary Flames — Cade Littler, C
220. Philadelphia Flyers (from CAR) — Alexis Gendron, RW
221. Florida Panthers — Jack Devine, RW
222. Edmonton Oilers — Joel Maatta, C
223. Tampa Bay Lightning (from NYR) — Dylan Gill, D
224. Tampa Bay Lightning — Klavs Veinbergs, LW
225. Colorado Avalanche — Ivan Zhigalov, G

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How many picks in NHL Draft 2022? ›

The first 28 picks of the 2022 Upper Deck NHL Draft have been set with the end of the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The first 16 selections were determined by the NHL Draft Lottery, which was held May 10. The Montreal Canadiens won the lottery and have the No.

Which team did the best in the NHL Draft 2022? ›

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12Simon Nemec, D, Nitra (Slovak Extraliga)
13Logan Cooley, C, USA U18 (NTDP)
14Shane Wright, C, Kingston Frontenacs (OHL)
15Cutter Gauthier, LW, USA U18 (NTDP)
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Who has the most NHL draft picks? ›

The Montreal Canadiens have had the most first overall picks of any other team, selecting six players first between 1963 and 2022. Five players have come from the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, more than any other team.

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Who went 1st overall in the NHL draft? ›

The last player to go first overall was Owen Power to the Sabres last year. Power played in eight games and scored two goals and an assist at the professional level.
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Who was the number 1 draft pick NHL? ›

MONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens selected winger Juraj Slafkovsky with the first pick in the NHL draft Thursday night, making him the first player from Slovakia to be taken No. 1.

Who won Round 1 of the NHL draft? ›

Winner: Columbus Blue Jackets

The other team I wanted to highlight that made excellent use of their two first-round picks is the Blue Jackets. Columbus went back-to-back defensemen at No. 6 and No. 12, taking David Jiricek and Denton Mateychuk.

Who has the best prospect pool in NHL? ›

1. Minnesota Wild The Wild, a team building itself into a contender, has the best prospect system in the NHL. The star potential in their top 5 (Rossi, Boldy, Addison, Yurov and Ohgren) is immense.

Who did Montreal pick in the draft? ›

Wright overall top pick ahead of NHL draft

The Montreal Canadiens shocked fans at the Bell Centre in selecting Juraj Slafkovsky with the first pick in the NHL Entry Draft. The 18-year-old Slovakian climbed on stage with a big grin after having his name called in front of family, friends and fans Tuesday night.

Who has first pick in 2023 NHL Draft? ›

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How many picks do the Winnipeg Jets have in the 2022 draft? ›

One day after welcoming wingers Rutger McGroarty and Brad Lambert with first-round selections, the Jets picked two defencemen, two centremen and a goaltender to complete the 2022 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal on Friday.

How many picks are there in the NHL Draft? ›

All 32 teams will get an opportunity to bolster their prospect pools by selecting eligible players from this year's class. In total, 225 picks will be made over a span of seven rounds. The Canadiens own the top pick in the draft after finishing last in the league and winning the draft lottery.

How many picks are in each round of the NHL Draft? ›

The players chosen will become part of the NHL franchise with exclusive rights to sign them to an NHL contract. The entry draft is composed of 7 rounds of 31 choices per round and totals 217 players.

How many picks are in the NHL Draft Round 1? ›

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How does the NHL Draft Work 2022? ›

Two other changes will begin with the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery: -- Teams will be restricted from moving up more than 10 spots if it wins one of the lottery draws. -- Teams cannot win the lottery more than twice in a five-year period. Wins in the lottery prior to 2022 will not be counted toward this total.

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