Been working on this on my day off today. Damn is it tough to get finalized. Lots of tough calls, mostly later in the first round. Well, here it is: 1. â€“ Adam Larsson - The Oilers canâ€™t pass on the chance to draft a franchise defenseman. 2. â€“ Ryan Nugent-Hopkins â€“ The most talented offensive forward in the draft, and the Sens will have a great 1-2 punch with Spezza and RNH. 3. â€“ Sean Couturier â€“ The best two way forward in the draft and a big body. Will be a nice fit on their second line behind Tavares. 4. â€“ Gabriel Landeskog â€“ A great overall player who should fit into the Devils top six for years to come. 5. â€“ Ryan Strome â€“ The Panthers still lack game changers up front. Strome can be that long term. 6. â€“ Dougie Hamilton â€“ The Bruins pass on Ryan Murphy and take the bigger, slick skating two way defender in the Alex Pietrangelo mold. 7. â€“ Duncan Siemens â€“ The Avs fill a massive franchise hole by taking the meanest and toughest defender in the draft in Duncan Siemens. 8. â€“ Tyler Biggs -- The big, tough power forward will add more size to the Blues top 6. Could turn into a Chris Stewart-type of player. 9. :thrashers â€“ Mika Zibanejad â€“ The big and physical centre should be a nice fit for the Thrahers down the road. 10. â€“ Jonathan Huberdeau â€“ The Sabres laugh all the way to the bank as Huberdeau slides to them at 10th. They need the infusion of talent down the middle. 11. â€“ Brandon Saad â€“ Carolina adds a big American winger who remains a pretty big question mark. 12. â€“ Scott Mayfield â€“ With players like Brassard and Voracek up front, the Jackets still need to add to their defensive core. Mayfield does that. 13. â€“ Ryan Murphy â€“ For me, itâ€™s either Boston or the Rangers that grab him in the first 13 picks. Boston chooses Hamilton and the best offensive defender in the draft goes for a bit of a slide to 13th. 14. â€“ Matt Puempel â€“ The sniper has had an up and down 2 seasons, but Chicago is happy to grab him. 15. â€“ Joel Armia â€“ The big, rangy and raw goal scorer will be a great fit alongside 2010 draft pick Mikael Granlund. 16. â€“ Alex Khokhlachev â€“ The Kings continue to add offense to their team by taking the dynamic and slick Russian. 17. â€“ Mark McNeill â€“ McNeillâ€™s game fits the city and the teamâ€™s profile. The gritty two way centre could be a great fit for the Flames second line down the road. 18. â€“ David Musil â€“ The Stars hop at the chance to draft the safe, but unspectacular defense-first defender. 19. â€“ Ty Rattie â€“ The Ducks are more than comfortable taking a very slick offensive player in Rattie. 20. â€“ Jamie Oleksiak â€“ The Sharks continue to have nice pieces up front on their roster, but Oleksiak could be a game changer on their back end for years to come. 21. â€“ Sven Bartschi â€“ After adding RNH, the Sens are more than happy to bring in an excellent all-round winger in Bartschi. 22. â€“ Mark Scheifele â€“ The Coyotes add more size and two way play to their forward crop with the addition of the Barrie Colts 6â€™3 centre. 23. â€“ Nathan Beaulieu â€“ The Canadiens have a hard time passing on the slick two way defender with the French name. Haha. 24. â€“ Matthew Nieto â€“ The Bruins snap up the speedster who plays at Boston University.