1. Edmonton: Ryan Murray
I feel like Edmonton's going with the need and safe pick that Murray is.
2. Columbus: Nail Yakupov
Columbus won't pass on Yakupov, even with the russian factor.
3. Montréal: Alex Galchenyuk
Montreal's going with the high ceiling, hard working forward, that will fit the bill under new management.
4. Islanders: Mikhail Grigorenko
Isles will take a risk with Grigo, who could end up the best player of this draft. But I think they may take a D (Dumba\Rieilly/Reinhart) or even Forsberg.
5. Toronto: Fillip Forsberg
Toronto needs that kind of forward.
6. Anaheim: Griffin Reinhart
Even if Anaheim have some decent prospect at the blue line, and could use some help up front, they'll go with Reinhart, who have great upside.
7. Minnesota: Matt Dumba
No brainer here. Minnesota needs some depth at D, and Dumba will be their guy, if he still on the board when they pick.
8. Carolina: Teuvo Teravainen
Carolina needs some scoring depth, so they could very well end up trading that pick. If they don't, they'll go with Teuvo.
9. Winnipeg: Morgan Rielly
Winnipeg could have used a forward, but they won't pass on what could be the best Offensive D-man in that draft
10. Tampa Bay: Jacob Trouba
Tampa takes the though Trouba hoping he'll ancor that D for years to come.
11. Washington (via COL): Radek Faksa
Caps has come to realise they need scoring depth, and since they have a decent group of D, they go with two way forward Faksa, who could step right in next season.
12. Buffalo: Zemgus Girgensons
Sabres don't need more D prospects, so they'll go with Girgensons.
13. Dallas: Cody Ceci
Dallas needs about everything. They go with BPA who is Ceci IMO.
14. Calgary: Derrick Pouliot
That kind of ''off the board'' pick fits well with Calgary. Wouldn't suprise me at all if they take someone like Gaunce, Maatta, Samuelsson or even a goalie!
15. Ottawa: Sebastian Collberg
Another swede for the Sens, who could fit in that top 6 in the future.