The long expected mock draft is finally here. You are witnessing HF history, folks. Now, without further delay, here she goes: 1.Washington Captials-Alexander Ovechkin -They think about taking Malkin, but then snap out of it and take the future superstar Ovechkin. 2.Pittsburgh Penguins-Evgeni Malkin -With Ovechkin gone, Malkin is the clear cut next pick. 3.Chicago Blackhawks-Lauri Tukonen -Having Babchuk and Seabrook in their system, they pass on Barker to take the physical Finn to go along with fellow countryman Ruutu. 4.Columbus Blue Jackets-Cameron Barker -McLean makes the obvious pick in Barker, and then explains how Barker would be his first pick no matter what. 5.Phoenix Coyotes-Marek Schwarz -Not confident in Boucher, Bierk, and Johnson, they take the BGA in Schwarz. 6.New York Rangers-Andrew Ladd -Sather takes the No.1 NA skater, and people see that it is true: even Sather couldn't have screwed that pick up. 7.Florida Panthers-Robbie Schremp -With the physical Horton and Stewart in the system, they take the very skilled Schremp, and hope Martin can cool that attidue. 8.Carolina Hurricanes-Rostislav Olesz -They think of taking Thelen, but are confident in Danny Richmond, and go for the skilled Olesz instead. 9.Anaheim Mighty Ducks-A.J. Thelen -Ducks fans get deja-vu when they see the player they want be one pick away, and then finally fall to them. 10.Atlanta Thrashers-Andrej Meszaros -Seeing Thelen's gone, the Thrash take the next best defenseman available in Meszaros to pair up with Coburn. 11.Los Angeles Kings-Alvaro Montoya -The Kings show their unconfidence in Huet and Chokemanek by taking the superb American goaler. 12.Minnesota Wild-Drew Stafford -The hometown boy falls to them, and DR makes the right move and picks him. 13.Buffalo Sabres-Alexander Radulov -Though the Sabres need a bit of help on the blueline, they can't pass up on the skilled Radulov to go along with Vanek and Roy. 14.Edmonton Oilers-Alexandre Picard -Lowe wastes no time picking the very skilled Picard. 15.Nashville Predators-Wojtek Wolski -After picking 3 defensemen in their top 4 picks last year, and defensive forwards in drafts before that, they take the skilled Wolski. 16.New York Islanders-Kyle Chipchura -Milbury takes a while in picking Chipchura, only because he pinches himself too hard thinking Chipchura falling to him is a dream. Then hurries to complete the pick. 17.St.Louis Blues-Boris Valabik -To go along with last year's pick of skilled defenseman Belle, they take the hard-hitting Valabik, who they think will be like their own Chris Pronger, or Zdeno Chara. 18.Montreal Canadiens-Lauri Korpikoski -It's a toss up between Korpikoski and Nokelainen for Gainey, but he goes with the more offensively skilled Korpikoski over the two-way Nokelainen. 19.Calgary Flames-Petteri Nokelainen -Knowing his two-way style fits right into his system, Sutter wastes no time picking the other Finn, Nokelainen. 20.Dallas Stars-Dave Bolland -Ranked No.8 among NA skaters, Dallas quickly takes the two-way Bolland. 21.Colordo Avalanche-Jakub Sindel -Lacroix takes the skilled Euro center, praying he will someday replace the soon-to-be departed Forsberg. 22.New Jersey Devils-Wes O'Neill -Though they have Paul Martin, Louie takes the project O'Neill, hoping Big Bird can help him with his hockey sense. 23.Ottawa Senators-Enver Lisin -Fitting right into Ottawa's speedy system, Muck takes the very speedy Lisin. 24.New York Rangers-Kirill Lyamin -With the offensive styles of Tyutin and Pock, Sather takes the hard-hitting blueliner. 25.Edmonton Oilers-Devan Dubnyk -With Schwarz and Montoya gone at 14th overall, Lowe felt Dubnyk would fall to his next pick and picked Picard instead. He was right, and picks the Alberta-born Dubnyk. 26.Vancouver Canucks-Ladislav Smid -With O'Neill gone, Vancouver makes the steal of the draft by taking the offensive Smid. 27.Washington Capitals-Mike Green -Having a stockpile of forwards, McPhee takes the once high-ranked Green to join the likes of Yonkman and Eminger. 28.San Jose Sharks-Roman Voloshenko -With a solid d-core, and goalie depth that resulted in Vezina nominee Kiprusoff to be traded, they take the very skilled Belarussan. 29.Washington Capitals-Jeff Shultz -Not done picking defensemen yet, they take the skilled Shultz, to join a solid future core of Eminger, Yonkman, and fellow 2004 first rounder Green. 30.Tampa Bay Lightning-Cory Schneider -Knowing the Bulin wall won't be around forever, the Bolts take their goalie of the future in Schneider. To end the finale, flame away.