2014 NHL Draft: Full List of St. Louis Blues Selections


The St. Louis Blues head into this weekend’s NHL Draft looking to add some much-needed organizational depth, especially since they lacked a first-round pick in 2013 as a result of the Jay Bouwmeester trade and then gave up one of their top forward prospects, William Carrier, in this year’s Ryan Miller deal. The Blues have nine selections, and though there’s not much of a chance of their first rounder being an immediate NHL contributor at pick 21 overall, it can be done, as David Perron showed when he spent the 2007 season with the Blues following his selection at 26 overall in that year’s draft.

Here are all the Blues’ selections:

Round 1, Pick 21

Round 2, Pick 33 (acquired from Edmonton for Perron)

Round 2, Pick 52

Round 3, Pick 82

Round 4, Pick 110 (acquired from Tampa Bay for B.J. Crombeen)

Round 5, Pick 124 (acquired from Calgary for Kris Russell)

Round 6, Pick 172

Round 6, Pick 176 (acquired from Boston for Wade Redden)

Round 7, Pick 202