Chicago Blackhawks Draft History

 

Blackhawks Draft History

Hartman2013

1 (30) – Ryan Hartman, F

2 (51) – Carl Dahlstrom, D

3 (74) – John Hayden, C

4 (111) – Robin Norell, D

4 (121) – Tyler Motte, C

5 (134) – Luke Johnson, C

6 (181) – Anthony Louis, F

7 (211) – Robin Press, D

teravainen2012

1 (18) – Teuvo Teravainen, F

2 (48) – Dillon Fournier, D

3 (79) – Chris Calnan, F

5 (139) – Garret Ross, F

5 (149) – Travis Brown, D

6 (169) – Vincent Hinostroza, F

7 (191) – Brandon Whitney, G

7 (199) – Matt Tomkins, G

2011

1 (18) – Mark McNeill, C

1 (26) -Phillip Danault, F

2 (36) – Adam Clendening, D

2 (43) – Brandon Saad, LW

3 (70) – Michael Paliotta, D

Shaw Cup3 (79) – Klas Dahlbeck, D

4 (109) – Maxim Shalunov, RW

5 (139) - Andrew Shaw, C

6 (169) – Sam Jardine, D

7 (199) – Alex Broadhurst, C

7 (211) – Johan Mattson, G

2010

1 (24) – Kevin Hayes, RW

2 (35) – Ludvig Rensfeldt, F

2 (54) – Justin Holl, D

2 (58) – Kent Simpson, G

2 (60) – Stephen Johns, D

3 (90) – Joakim Nordstrom, C

4 (120) – Rob Flick, C

6 (151) – Mirko Hofflin, C

6 (180) – Nick Mattson, D

7 (191) – Mac Carruth, G

 

2009

1 (28) – Dylan Olsen, D

2 (59) – Brandon Pirri, C

3 (89) – Daniel Delisle, C/LW

4 (119) – Byron Froese, C

5 (149) – Marcus Kruger, C

7 (195) – Paul Phillips, D

7 (209) – David Gilbert, C

 

2008

1 (11) – Kyle Beach, C

3 (68) – Shawn Lalonde, D

5 (132) – Teigan Zahn, D

6 (162) – Jonathan Carlsson, D

6 (169) – Ben Smith, RW

6 (179) – Braden Birch, D

7 (192) – Joe Gleason, D

 

2007

1 (1) – Patrick Kane, RW

2 (39) – Billy Sweatt, RW

2 (56) – Akim Aliu, C

3 (69) – Maxime Tanguay, C

3 (86) – Josh Unice, G

5 (126) – Joseph Lavin, D

6 (156) – Richard Greenop, C

 

2006

1 (3) – Jonathan Toews, C

2 (33) – Igor Makarov, RW

2 (61) – Simon Danis-Pepin, D

3 (76) – Tony Lagerstrom, C

4 (95) – Ben Shutron, D

4 (96) – Joseph Palmer, G

6 (156) – Jan-Mikael Juutlainen, C

6 (169) – Chris Auger, C

7 (186) – Peter Leblanc, C

 

2005

1 (7) – Jack Skille, RW

2 (43) – Michael Blunden, RW

2 (54) – Dan Bertram, RW

3 (68) – Evan Brophey, C

4 (108) – Niklas Hjalmarsson, D

4 (113) – Nathan Davis, C

4 (117) – Denis Istomin, RW

5 (134) – Brennan Turner, D

6 (167) – Joe Fallon, G

6 (188) – Joe Charlebois, D

7 (202) – David Kuchejda, RW

7 (203) – Adam Hobson, C

 
Dave Bolland

2004

1 (3) – Cam Barker, D

2 (32) – David Bolland, C

2 (41) – Bryan Bickell, LW

2 (45) – Ryan Garlock, C

2 (54) – Jakub Sindel, C

3 (68) – Adam Berti, LW

4 (120) – Mitch Maunu, D

Troy Brouwer

4 (123) – Karel Hromas, LW

5 (131) – Trevor Kell, RW

5 (140) – Jake Dowell, C

6 (165) – Scott McCulloch

7 (196) – Petri Kontiloa, C

7 (214) – Troy Brouwer, RW

7 (223) – Jared Walker, C

8 (229) – Eric Hunter, C

8 (256) – Matt Ford, RW

9 (260) – Marko Anttila

 

2003

Brent Seabrook

1 (14) – Brent Seabrook, D

2 (52) – Corey Crawford, G

2 (59) – Michal Barinka, D

5 (151) – Lasse Kukkonen, D

5 (156) – Alexei Ivanov, LW

6 (181) – Johan Andersson, C

7 (211) – Mike Brodeur, G

8 (245) – Dustin Byfuglien, D

 

2002

Duncan Keith

1 (21) – Anton Babchuk, D

2 (54) – Duncan Keith, D

3 (93) – Alexander Kozhevnikov, F

4 (128) – Matt Ellison, C

5 (156) – James Wisniewski, D

6 (188) – Kevin Kantee, D

7 (219) – Tyson Kellerman, G

8 (251) – Jason Kostadine, RW

9 (282) – Adam Burish, C

 

2001

1 (9) – Tuomo Ruutu, C

1 (29) – Adam Munro, G

2 (59) – Matt Keith, C

3 (73) – Craig Anderson, G

4 (104) – Brent MacLellan, D

4 (115) – Vladimir Guzev, D

4 (119) – Alexei Zotkin, LW

5 (142) – Tommi Jaminki, RW

6 (174) – Alexander Golovin, LW

6 (186) – Petr Puncochar, D

7 (205) – Teemu Jaaskelainen, D

7 (216) – Oleg Minakov, RW

2000

1 (10) – Mikhail Yakubov, C

1 (11) – Pavel Vorobiev, RW

2 (49) – Jonas Nordqvist, C

3 (74) – Igor Radulov, LW

4 (106) – Scotty Balan, D

4 (117) – Olli Malmivaara, D

5 (151) – Alexander Barkunov, D

6 (177) – Mike Ayers, G

6 (193) – Joey Martin, D

7 (207) – Cliff Loya, D

7 (225) – Vladislav Luchkin, C

8 (240) – Adam Berkhoel, G

9 (262) – Peter Flache, C

1999

1 (23) – Steve McCarthy, D

2 (46) – Dmitri Levinsky, RW

2 (63) – Stepan Mokhov, D

5 (134) – Michael Jacobsen, D

6 (165) – Mike Leighton, G

7 (194) – Mattias Wennerberg, C

7 (195) – Yorick Trielle, RW

8 (223) – Andrew Carver, D

9 (249) – Igor Shadilov, D

1998

1 (8) – Mark Bell, C

4 (94) – Matthias Trattnig, C

6 (156) – Kent Huskins, D

6 (159) – Jari Viuhkola, C

6 (166) – Jonathan Pelletier, G

7 (183) – Tyler Arnason, C

8 (210) – Sean Griffin, D

9 (238) – Alexandre Couture, LW

9 (240) – Andrei Yershov, D

1997

1 (13) – Dan Cleary, LW

1 (16) – Ty Jones, RW

2 (39) – Jeremy Reich, LW

3 (67) – Mike Souza, LW

5 (110) – Ben Simon, C

5 (120) – Pete Gardiner, RW

5 (130) – Kyle Calder, LW

6 (147) – Heath Gordon, LW

7 (174) – Jared Smith, D

8 (204) – Sergei Shikhanov

9 (230) – Chris Feil, D

1996

2 (31) – Remi Royer, D

2 (42) – Jeff Paul, D

2 (46) – Geoff Peters, C

5 (130) – Andy Johnson, D

7 (184) – Mike Vellinga, D

8 (210) – Chris Twedun, D

1995

1 (19) – Dmitri Nabokov, C

2 (45) – Christian Laflamme, D

3 (71) – Kevin McKay, D

4 (82) – Chris Van Dyk, F

4 (97) – Pavel Kriz, D

6 (146) – Marc Magliarditi, G

6 (149) – Marty Wilford, D

7 (175) – Steve Tardif, C

8 (201) – Casey Hankinson, RW

9 (207) – Michael Pittman, RW

1994

1 (14) – Ethan Moreau, LW

2 (40) – Jean-Yves Leroux, LW

4 (85) – Steve McLaren, LW

5 (118) – Marc Dupuis, D

6 (144) – Jim Ensom, LW

7 (170) – Tyler Prosofsky, RW

8 (196) – Mike Josephson, LW

9 (222) – Lubomir Jandera, F

10 (248) – Lars Weibel, G

11 (263) – Rob Mara, RW

1993

1 (24) – Eric Lecompte, LW

2 (50) – Eric Manlow, C

3 (54) – Bogdan Savenko, RW

3 (76) – Ryan Huska, C

4 (90) – Eric Daze, LW

4 (102) – Patrick Pysz, RW

5 (128) – Jonni Vauhkonen, RW

7 (180) – Tom White, LW

8 (206) – Sergei Petrov, RW

9 (232) – Mike Rusk, D

10 (258) – Mike McGhan, LW

11 (284) – Tom Noble, G

1992

1 (12) – Sergei Krivokrasov, RW

2 (36) – Jeff Shantz, C

2 (41) – Sergei Klimovich

4 (89) – Andy MacIntyre, LW

5 (113) – Tim Hogan, D

7 (161) – Mike Prokopec, RW

8 (185) – Layne Roland, RW

9 (209) – David Hymovitz, LW

10 (233) – Richard Raymond, D

1991

1 (22) – Dean McAmmond, LW

2 (39) – Mike Pomichter, LW

2 (44) – Jamie Matthews, F

3 (66) – Bobby House, RW

4 (71) – Igor Kravchuk, D

4 (88) – Zac Boyer, RW

5 (110) – Maco Balkovec, D

6 (112) – Kevin St. Jacques, LW

6 (132) – Jacques Auger, F

7 (154) – Scott Kirton, RW

8 (176) – Roch Belley, G

9 (198) – Scott MacDonald, D

10 (220) – Alexander Andrijevski, RW

11 (242) – Mike Larkin, D

9 Responses to Chicago Blackhawks Draft History

  1. AKC says:

    A veritable list of Who’s WHO?
    Proves just how hard it is to crack into and stay in the NHL, even as 1st and 2nd round picks (and/or just how bad some of our top choices years ago were).

  2. MLB says:

    Too bad some of these guys couldn’t stick, they had some cool names, like sergei petrov and sergei klimovich. lol

  3. rudy says:

    Shows just how bad ur draft history was in the 1990′s, terrible.

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  5. Blake says:

    2005 bugs me the most…I remember both Kopitar & Setoguchi were available & both ranked really high. People were speaking about Kopitar playing w/men as a teenager. I am not a GM or a Scout but those two seemed like no brainers’ over Skille who was smaller and had a scouting report of “does not put in effort.” Tallon was really high on Skille still do not know why, but he took him of our hands to Florida so fine by me. I just think about that what if’s with Kopitar. The Kyle Beach year Erik Karlsson & Tyler Myers, were drafted right after, that hurts but who could know? I was not high on Beach because of his attitude & really liked Myers because of his size, but I would be full of it to say I would have known who to draft out of those guys. Beach I believe was ranked higher. Then my favorite (which is not on here) the year I was born 1979 Hawks draft with the #7 overall pick defenseman Keith Brown I love Keith brown 14 years with the Hawks two visits to the Cup(once with the Panthers) but the #8 pick that year?? Ray Bourque. Hindsight, it really is 20/20 and goes to show; drafting at least back then, a real crap shoot sometimes.

  6. Blake says:

    Separately who is this Tab Bamford guy? Every response on this page is right on, and I just read an article written by him on 4th Period’s website. He is like a Hockey Yoda! Tab I am glad you are Hawks fan!!

  7. Tab Bamford says:

    Thanks, Blake!

  8. Roger says:

    i know Tallon bought the team in 2010 and salary too, but to get rid of ALL those players at once is stupid. Bowman is there because of his [DAD], THIS REUNION OF 2010 players tell you all is what if ?

  9. Tab Bamford says:

    It’s called a salary cap, Roger. Please get to know it; it isn’t going anywhere and there’s a reason the 2010 championship roster had to be broken up. It’s kinda sad we’re still talking about this 2+ years later…

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