The 2011 NHL Draft has come and gone and now you can see all 210 players drafted by all 30 teams in the NHL.
June 27, 2011 Posted by Candice Monhollan | Atlantic Division, BCHL, Central Division, CHL, Draft, Eastern Conference, NHL, Northeast Division, Northwest Division, OHL, Pacific Division, QMJHL, Southeast Division, USHL, WCHA, Western Conference, WHL | Aaron Harstad, Adam Clendening, Adam Larsson, Adam Lowry, Adam Wilcox, Alan Quine, Alex Lepkowski, Alexander Broadhurst, Alexander Khokhlachev, Alexander Ruuttu, Alexandre Grenier, Alexei Marchenko, Anaheim Ducks, Andrei Pedan, Andrew Fritsch, Andrew Shaw, Andy Andreoff, Andy Welinski, Anthony Camara, Anton Forsberg, Austen Brassard, Blake Coleman, Blake Pietila, Boone Jenner, Boston Bruins, Brad Navin, Brandon Saad, Brenden Kichton, Brenna Serville, Brent Andrews, Brett Ritchie, Brian Ferlin, Brody Sutter, Buffalo Sabres, Calgary Flames, Carolina Hurricanes, Chasen Balisy, Chicago Blackhawks, Christopher Gibson, Colin Blackwell, Colin Jacobs, Colin Suellentrop, Colin Sullivan, Colorado Avalanche, Columbus Blue Jackets, Connor Murphy, Dallas Stars, Daniel Catenacci, Daniel Pribyl, Daniil Sobchenko, Darian Dziurzynski, Darren Dietz, Darren Kramer, David Broll, David Honzik, David Musil, Dennis Robertson, Derek Mathers, Detroit Red Wings, Dillon Donnelly, Dillon Simpson, Dmitrij Jaskin, Dominik Uher, Dougie Hamilton, Duncan Siemens, Dylan Demelo, Edmonton Oilers, Edward Wittchow, Emil Molin, Florida Panthers, Frank Corrado, Frans Tuohimaa, Fredrik Claesson, Gabriel Beaupre, Gabriel Landeskog, Garret Sparks, Garrett Haar, Garrett Meurs, Garrett Noonan, Gregory Hofmann, Harrison Ruopp, Henrik Tommernes, Iiro Pakarinen, Jamieson Oleksiak, Jason Kasdorf, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Joachim Nermark, Joel Armia, Joel Edmundson, Joel Lowry, Johan Mattsson, Johan Sundstrom, John Gaudreau, John Gibson, John Persson, Jonas Brodin, Jonathan Huberdeau, Jonathan Miller, Jonathan Racine, Jordan Binnington, Jordan Fransoo, Joseph Cramarossa, Joseph Labate, Joseph Morrow, Josh Archibald, Josh Leivo, Josh Manson, Josh Shalla, Josiah Didier, Justin Sefton, Jyrki Jokipakka, Kale Kessy, Keegan Lowe, Klas Dahlbeck, Kyle Rau, Lars Volden, Laurent Brossoit, Logan Shaw, Los Angeles Kings, Lucas Lessio, Ludwig Blomstrand, Lukas Sedlak, Magnus Hellberg, Magnus Nygren, Marcel Noebels, Marek Tvrdon, Mario Lucia, Mark McNiell, Mark Scheifele, Markus Granlund, Martin Gernat, Matej Stransky, Matt Mahalak, Matt Puempel, Matthew Nieto, Matthew Peca, Mattias Backman, Max Everson, Max Friberg, Max McCormick, Maxim Shalunov, Michael Mersch, Michael Paliotta, Michael Schumacher, Michael St. Croix, Miikka Salomaki, Mika Zibanejad, Mike Reilly, Minnesota Wild, Mitchell Theoret, Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators, Nathan Beaulieu, Nathan Lieuwen, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Nicholas Shore, Nick Cousins, Nick Seeler, Nicklas Jensen, Nikita Kucherov, Nikita Nesterov, Niklas Lundstrom, Olivier Archambault, Ondrej Palat, Oscar Klefbom, Ottawa Senators, Pathrik Westerholm, Patrick Daly, Patrick Koudys, Peter Ceresnak, Petr Placek, Philadelphia Flyers, Philippe Hudon, Phillip Danault, Phoenix Coyotes, Pittsburgh Penguins, Rasmus Bengtsson, Redi Boucher, Reece Scarlett, Richard Nedomlel, Rickard Rakell, Rob O'Gara, Robbie Russo, Rocco Grimaldi, Ryan Dzingel, Ryan Murphy, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Ryan Sproul, Ryan Strome, Ryan Tesink, Sam Jardine, Samu Perhonen, Samuel Noreau, San Jose Sharks, Scott Harrington, Scott Mayfield, Scott Wilson, Sean Couturier, Sean Kuraly, Seth Ambroz, Shane McColgan, Shane Prince, Simon Karlsson, St. Louis Blues, Stefan Noesen, Steffen Soberg, Stephen Michalek, Steven Fogarty, Stuart Percy, Sven Baertschi, Tampa Bay Lightning, Teemu Eronen, Thomas Tynan, Tobias Rieder, Tom Nilsson, Tomas Jurco, Tony Cameranesi, Toronto Maple Leafs, Travis Boyd, Travis Ewanyk, Troy Vance, Ty Rattie, Tyler Biggs, Tyler Graovac, Tyler Wotherspoon, Vancouver Canucks, Victor Rask, Vincent Trocheck, Vladislav Namestnikov, William Karlsson, Winnipeg Jets, Xavier Ouellet, Yannick Veilleux, Yaroslav Kosov, Zac Larraza, Zachary Yuen, Zack Phillips | Leave a Comment
“Hockey won’t hold still for a portrait. To gain a glimpse inside, you join it in progress, just as players do – jumping onto the ice for their shifts as the game swirls around them.
“On that ice the action moves at high speeds. The punishment doled out can be staggering and the very best in the world form bands of brothers as authentic as any in sports.
“Virtuoso talents alongside distinctive leaders, fearless combatants and relentless competitors. They play with an intensity from another age. A passion invulnerable to cynicism and an energy that embraces whatever the ice offers next. Through heights and depths, lengthy streaks and sudden turnarounds and the spirited collision in the national spotlight, they have revealed a portion of a season in progress.
“Hockey won’t hold still to give you a better look. You wouldn’t want it to anyway. It’s the action that makes the possibilities endless. The next practice, the next city and the next game await.”
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Candice grew up and still lives in Philadelphia, Pa., although she did spend one year in the hockey hub of Boston, Mass. She graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a degree in journalism with a focus on newspaper and sports.
She is a freelance writer for The Phoenix newspaper in Phoenixville, Pa., covering high school sports at Phoenixville and Spring-Ford and also entertainment pieces in the area.
Candice is also a football stringer with the Reading Eagle, covering high school teams in Berks County and continuing coverage on the Reading Royals and some Philadelphia Flyers for Center Ice Philly Magazine.
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Reading High Red Knights varsity football
Spring-Ford Rams boys varsity soccer
Twin Valley Raiders varsity football
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