1 Panthers - Aaron Ekblad (D) Barrie (OHL): Mature, confident defenseman who is likely to be NHL-ready this fall.
2 Sabres - Samuel Bennett (C) Kingston (OHL): Game-breaking talent who will thrive after facing adversity in off-ice combine testing.
3 Oilers - Leon Draisaitl (C) Prince Albert (WHL): Will be highest-drafted player ever from Germany.
4 Flames - Sam Reinhart (C) Kootenay (WHL): Two older brothers, Max and Griffin, already drafted. His father, Paul, played 11 NHL seasons.
5 Islanders - Michael Dal Colle (LW) Oshawa (OHL): Skilled and physical two-way player, netted 95 points in 67 games.
6 Canucks - William Nylander (F) Sodertalje (Sweden): Son of Michael Nylander, who played 920 NHL games; selected as best forward in 2014 U-18 World Junior Championships.
7 Hurricanes - Jake Virtanen (RW) Calgary (WHL): 45 goals and 100 penalty minutes in 71 games; quickest skater in on-ice tests.
8 Maple Leafs - Nicholas Ritchie (LW) Peterborough (OHL): Difficult to knock off the puck, loves to battle on the boards.
9 Jets - Jared McCann (C) Sault Ste. Marie (OHL): Decent-sized, hard worker who styles his game after Jonathan Toews.
10 Ducks - Kasperi Kapanen (RW) KalPa (Finland): Played for the past two seasons with his father, former Flyer Sami Kapanen, in Finland.
11 Predators - Brendan Perlini (LW) Niagara (OHL): Father, Fred, played eight games for the Maple Leafs after being drafted 158th overall in 1980.
12 Coyotes - Alex Tuch (RW) USNTDP (USHL): Hulking winger and upstate NY native will attend Boston College in the fall.
13 Capitals - Nikolaj Ehlers (LW) Halifax (QMJHL): Denmark native finished fourth in "Q" with 104 points in 63 games.
14 Stars - Haydn Fleury (D) Red Deer (WHL): Big, solid defenseman who can comfortably play both ends of the ice.
15 Red Wings - Kevin Fiala (LW) HV 71 (Sweden Jr.): Just 5-9 but explosive; led Swiss in 2014 WJC with five points despite being youngest player.
16 Blue Jackets - Julius Honka (D) Swift Current (WHL): Offensive defenseman from Finland who models his game after Ottawa's Erik Karlsson.
17 FLYERS - Anthony DeAngelo (D) Sarnia (OHL): Tough for Flyers to pass on Sewell, N.J., native if he's on the board.
18 Wild - Thatcher Demko (G) Boston College (Hockey East): Wild desperately need goaltending depth.
19 Lightning - Roland McKeown (D) Kingston (OHL): Trains in offseason with fitness freak and former NHLer Gary Roberts.
20 Sharks - Sonny Milano (LW) USNTDP (USHL): Will attend Boston College in the fall.
21 Blues - Joshua Ho-Sang (RW) Windsor (OHL): Uber talented and borderline cocky forward turned off some teams in interviews.
22 Penguins - Nikolay Goldobin (RW) Sarnia (OHL): Finished sixth in OHL with 94 points in 67 games.
23 Avalanche - Brendan Lemieux (LW) Barrie (OHL): Son of former Avalanche pest Claude Lemieux.
24 Ducks - Nikita Scherbak (LW) Saskatoon (WHL): Led Saskatoon as a rookie with 78 points.
25 Bruins - Dylan Larkin (C) USNTDP (USHL): University of Michigan recruit who fits Bruins' physical style.
26 Canadiens - Adrian Kempe (RW) MoDo (Sweden Jr.): Solid in his own zone, strong nose for the net.
27 Blackhawks - Ryan MacInnis (C) Kitchener (OHL): Son of Hockey Hall of Fame defenseman Al MacInnis.
28 Lightning - Robert Fabbri (C) Guelph (OHL): Closed strong as OHL playoff MVP.
29 Kings - Ivan Barbashev (LW) Moncton (QMJHL): Helped Russia to bronze at 2014 WJC; 68 points in 48 games.
30 Devils - Jakub Vrana (C) Linkoping (Sweden 2): Cut from Lou Lamoriello cloth: productive, reliable, not flashy.