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2014 - Round: 2
RndPick Overall Team Player Pos Country Height Weight Amateur League Amateur Team
2131BUF Brendan Lemieux LWUSA6' 0"206OHLBarrie
2232FLA Jayce Hawryluk CCAN5' 10"190WHLBrandon
2333STL Ivan Barbashev C/LWRUS6' 0"180QMJHLMoncton
2434CGY Mason McDonald GCAN6' 4"178QMJHLCharlottetown
2535TBL Dominik Masin DCZE6' 2"189CZREP-JR.Slavia Jr.
2636VAN Thatcher Demko GUSA6' 3"192H-EASTBoston College
2737CAR Alex Nedeljkovic GUSA5' 11"190OHLPlymouth
2838ANA Marcus Pettersson DSWE6' 4"167SWEDEN-JR.Skelleftea Jr.
2939WSH Vitek Vanecek GCZE6' 0"180CZREP-JR.Liberec Jr.
21040OTT Andreas Englund DSWE6' 3"189SWEDEN-2Djurgarden
21141NJD Josh Jacobs DUSA6' 1"193USHLIndiana
21242NSH Vladislav Kamenev LWRUS6' 2"203RUSSIA-JR.Magnitogorsk 2
21343ARI Ryan MacInnis CUSA6' 3"183OHLKitchener
21444BUF Eric Cornel CCAN6' 1"186OHLPeterborough
21545DAL Brett Pollock LWCAN6' 2"182WHLEdmonton
21646SJS Julius Bergman DSWE6' 1"187SWEDEN-JR.Frolunda Jr.
21747CBJ Ryan Collins DUSA6' 5"202USHLUSA U-18
21848PHI Nicolas Aube-Kubel RWCAN5' 11"187QMJHLVal d'Or
21949BUF Vaclav Karabacek RWCZE5' 11"196QMJHLGatineau
22050LAK Roland McKeown DCAN6' 0"195OHLKingston
22151NSH Jack Dougherty DUSA6' 1"186USHLUSA U-18
22252STL Maxim Letunov CRUS6' 2"155USHLYoungstown
22353SJS Noah Rod RWCHE6' 0"188SWISS-JR.Geneve Jr.
22454CGY Hunter Smith RWCAN6' 6"208OHLOshawa
22555ANA Brandon Montour DCAN5' 11"172USHLWaterloo
22656BOS Ryan Donato CUSA6' 0"174HIGH-MADexter School
22757TBL Johnathan MacLeod DUSA6' 1"200USHLUSA U-18
22858ARI Christian Dvorak LWUSA6' 0"178OHLLondon
22959NYR Brandon Halverson GUSA6' 3"176OHLSault Ste. Marie
23060LAK Alex Lintuniemi DFIN6' 3"231OHLOttawa
Quote of the Day

I downplayed the first one because I thought it's just a hockey game. We just want to win the game; it's against our rival and we want the two points. I downplayed it, but now having gone through the first one I look back and say, 'Geez, that was really cool.' I think as I've grown a bit older I've got a lot more appreciation for what we're allowed to do every day.

— Capitals forward Brooks Laich on the 2015 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, the second one of his career after 2011 in Pittsburgh