2011 NHL Entry Draft, Day 1

2011 NHL Entry Draft, Day 1

24 Jun 2011 | Henrik Lundqvist

The Edmonton Oilers selected Ryan Nugent-Hopkins of Red Deer (WHL) first overall. The first European player to be selected was Sweden's Gabriel Landeskog, who was picked second by the Colorado Avalanche.

The 2011 NHL Entry Draft in Minnesota has started. Tonight the first round was held. Ten of the first 30 players were European. Six from Sweden and one each from Switzerland, Finland, Russia and Denmark. Rounds 2 to 7 will take place tomorrow.

1. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins drafted by Edmonton Oilers
2. Gabriel Landeskog drafted by Colorado Avalanche
3. Jonathan Huberdeau drafted by Florida Panthers
4. Adam Larsson drafted by New Jersey Devils
5. Ryan Strome drafted by New York Islanders
6. Mika Zibanejad drafted by Ottawa Senators
7. Mark Scheifele drafted by Winnipeg Jets
8. Sean Couturier drafted by Philadelphia Flyers
9. Dougie Hamilton drafted by Boston Bruins
10. Jonas Brodin drafted by Minnesota Wild
11. Duncan Siemens drafted by Colorado Avalanche
12. Ryan Murphy drafted by Carolina Hurricanes
13. Sven Bärtschi drafted by Calgary Flames
14. Jamie Oleksiak drafted by Dallas Stars
15. J.T. Miller drafted by New York Rangers
16. Joel Armia drafted by Buffalo Sabres
17. Nathan Beaulieu drafted by Montreal Canadiens
18. Mark McNeill drafted by Chicago Blackhawks
19. Oscar Klefbom drafted by Edmonton Oilers
20. Connor Murphy drafted by Phoenix Coyotes
21. Stefan Noesen drafted by Ottawa Senators
22. Tyler Biggs drafted by Toronto Maple Leafs
23. Joe Morrow drafted by Pittsburgh Penguins
24. Matt Puempel drafted by Ottawa Senators
25. Stuart Percy drafted by Toronto Maple Leafs
26. Phillip Danault drafted by Chicago Blackhawks
27. Vladislav Namestnikov drafted by Tampa Bay Lightning
28. Zack Phillips drafted by Minnesota Wild
29. Nicklas Jensen drafted by Vancouver Canucks
30. Rickard Rakell drafted by Anaheim Ducks

Find the complete list at NHL Draft 2011.

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