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 | Philadelphia Flyers, Chicago Blackhawks, New Jersey Devils, Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers, San Jose Sharks, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota Wild, Pittsburgh Penguins, Carolina Hurricanes, Vancouver Canucks, Detroit Red Wings, Colorado Avalanche, Phoenix Coyotes, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Ottawa Senators, Columbus Blue Jackets, St. Louis Blues, Calgary Flames, Winnipeg Jets, Nashville Predators, Florida Panthers, Dallas Stars, Magnus Hellberg, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Gabriel Landeskog, Jonathan Huberdeau, Adam Larsson, Ryan Strome, Mika Zibanejad, Mark Scheifele, Sean Couturier, Dougie Hamilton, Jonas Brodin, Duncan Siemens, Ryan Murphy, Sven Baertschi, Jamieson Oleksiak, Jonathan Miller, Joel Armia, Nathan Beaulieu, Mark McNiell, Oscar Klefbom, Connor Murphy, Stefan Noesen, Tyler Biggs, Joseph Morrow, Matt Puempel, Stuart Percy, Phillip Danault, Vladislav Namestnikov, Zack Phillips, Nicklas Jensen, David Musil, Ty Rattie, Rocco Grimaldi, Scott Mayfield, Tomas Jurco, Adam Clendening, Boone Jenner, John Gibson, Alexander Khokhlachev, Dmitrij Jaskin, Victor Rask, Brandon Saad, Brett Ritchie, Markus Granlund, Joel Edmundson, Matthew Nieto, Xavier Ouellet, Christopher Gibson, Johan Sundstrom, Alexander Ruuttu, Miikka Salomaki, William Karlsson, Scott Harrington, Ryan Sproul, Lucas Lessio, Tyler Wotherspoon, Nikita Kucherov, Rasmus Bengtsson, Mario Lucia, Shane Prince, Samu Perhonen, Andrei Pedan, Vincent Trocheck, Joseph Cramarossa, Thomas Tynan, Adam Lowry, Nick Cousins, Michael Paliotta, David Honzik, Steven Fogarty, Keegan Lowe, Travis Ewanyk, Blake Coleman, Logan Shaw, Daniel Catenacci, Brenna Serville, Klas Dahlbeck, Andy Andreoff, Anthony Camara, Nicholas Shore, Andy Welinski, Harrison Ruopp, Alan Quine, Josh Leivo, Jonathan Racine, Jordan Binnington, Justin Sefton, Alexandre Grenier, Kyle Rau, Dillon Simpson, Joachim Nermark, Josh Shalla, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Josiah Didier, Mike Reilly, Redi Boucher, Tom Nilsson, Joseph Labate, Yannick Veilleux, Gregory Hofmann, John Gaudreau, Emil Molin, Michael St. Croix, Colin Jacobs, Olivier Archambault, Maxim Shalunov, Michael Mersch, Kale Kessy, Garrett Noonan, Magnus Nygren, Tobias Rieder, Marek Tvrdon, Colin Suellentrop, Steffen Soberg, Marcel Noebels, Zachary Yuen, Ludwig Blomstrand, Brian Ferlin, Martin Gernat, Garrett Meurs, Yaroslav Kosov, John Persson, Fredrik Claesson, Brenden Kichton, Seth Ambroz, Blake Pietila, Tony Cameranesi, Nick Seeler, Niklas Lundstrom, Sean Kuraly, Shane McColgan, Troy Vance, Samuel Noreau, Alex Lepkowski, Darren Dietz, Andrew Shaw, Joel Lowry, Darian Dziurzynski, Simon Karlsson, Max Friberg, Dominik Uher, Philippe Hudon, Mattias Backman, Patrick Koudys, Nikita Nesterov, Austen Brassard, Frank Corrado, Rob O'Gara, Robbie Russo, Rickard Rakell, David Broll, Gabriel Beaupre, Edward Wittchow, Andrew Fritsch, Darren Kramer, Jason Kasdorf, Lukas Sedlak, Reece Scarlett, Josh Manson, Stephen Michalek, Ryan Tesink, Matt Mahalak, Laurent Brossoit, Matej Stransky, Daniil Sobchenko, Nathan Lieuwen, Daniel Pribyl, Sam Jardine, Chasen Balisy, Max McCormick, Peter Ceresnak, Dennis Robertson, Josh Archibald, Richard Nedomlel, Petr Placek, Travis Boyd, Adam Wilcox, Dylan Demelo, Pathrik Westerholm, Lars Volden, Frans Tuohimaa, Dillon Donnelly, Iiro Pakarinen, Mitchell Theoret, Jordan Fransoo, Aaron Harstad, Anton Forsberg, Patrick Daly, Garret Sparks, Tyler Graovac, Teemu Eronen, Brody Sutter, Colin Blackwell, Jyrki Jokipakka, Zac Larraza, Brad Navin, Colin Sullivan, Alexander Broadhurst, Michael Schumacher, Matthew Peca, Brent Andrews, Max Everson, Ryan Dzingel, Alexei Marchenko, Derek Mathers, Garrett Haar, Ondrej Palat, Scott Wilson, Henrik Tommernes, Johan Mattsson | 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.
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