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VGK 2019 NHL Draft Thread

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 First round picks the last 5 seasons...


Below are all of Vegas' 1st round draft picks since 2017 by round with their 2018-19 team/status.


1st round picks


2017: Cody Glass, 6th overall, Portland Winterhawks (WHL)/Chicago Wolves (AHL)


2017: Nick Suzuki, 13th overall, Traded to Montreal Canadiens in Max Pacioretty trade


2017: Erik Brannstrom, 15th overall, Traded to Ottawa Senators in Mark Stone trade


2018 (None)

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2019 NHL Draft

* Subject to change

Round 1 (17th overall) Peyton Krebs, C, Kootenay (WHL)

Round 2 (41st overall) Kaedan Korczak,D, KELOWNA (WHL)

Round 2 (48th overall) Artemi Kniazev, D

Round 3 (79th overall) Pavel Dorofeyev, LW 

Round 3 (86th overall) Layton Ahac, D

Round 4 (110th overall) Ryder Donovan, RW

Round 5 (135th overall) Isaiah Saville, G

Round 5 (139th overall) Marcus Kallionkieli, F

Round 5 (141st overall) Mason Primeau, C

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Vegas Golden Knights - Peyton Krebs, C, Kootenay (WHL)

NHL Central Scouting: No. 10 (North American skaters)

Krebs (5-11, 183) had surgery June 7 to repair a partial tear to his Achilles tendon sustained during an on-ice workout, and it's likely he'll be off the ice summer during his recovery. He had 10 points (six goals, four assists) in seven games as captain for Canada at the 2019 IIHF World U-18 Championship. The left-handed shot plays with great energy and can finish plays. He led Kootenay with 68 points (19 goals, 49 assists), 26 power-play points (eight goals, 18 assists), three shootout goals and 538 face-off wins in 64 games. He was named player of the game for Team Don Cherry at the 2019 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game on Jan. 24 after he had a goal and an assist.

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