Welcome to HabsWorld Draft Central 2021, your one-stop source for all things draft-related. We’ll keep tabs on each selection here as well as provide links to our previous draft coverage.
The first round of this year’s draft takes place on Friday starting at 8:00 PM EST while rounds two through seven will be on Saturday beginning at 11:00 AM EST. Sportsnet, TVA Sports, and ESPN2 have coverage of Round 1 while Sportsnet and the NHL Network will also televise Day 2.
|1||31||Logan Mailloux||CAN||6’3||214||Ettan||SK Lejon||D|
|2||64||Oliver Kapanen||SWE||6’1||174||FIN Jr.||KalPa||C|
|7||214||Joe Vrbetic||CAN||6’6||190||OHL||North Bay||G|
– Acquired the 64th pick from Tampa Bay at the 2020 draft along with the 2020 124th pick (Sean Farrell) for the 2020 57th pick (Jack Finley).
– Acquired the 76th pick from Chicago along with the 48th (Jan Mysak) and 203rd (traded – Chase Bradley) picks in the 2020 draft as part of the Andrew Shaw trade in 2019.
– Traded the 76th pick to Anaheim for their third-round pick in 2022.
– Acquired the 87th pick from Washington at the 2020 draft for the 98th pick in 2020 (Brandon Coe)
– Traded picks 95 and 159 to Buffalo for Eric Staal.
– Acquired the 113th pick from St. Louis in 2020 along with the 57th pick that year (traded to TB-see above) for Marco Scandella.
– Acquired the 126th pick from Vegas in 2020 for Nick Cousins.
– Traded the 126th pick to Tampa Bay for their fourth-round pick in 2022.
– Traded the 127th pick to Minnesota for picks 150 and 214.
– Acquired the 142nd pick from Philadelphia in 2020 for Nate Thompson.
– Traded the 223rd pick to Arizona for their seventh-round pick in 2022.
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The series will be concluded later this summer after the draft and free agency.