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2014 NHL Draft
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2010 - Round: 5
RndPick Overall Team Player Pos Country Height Weight Amateur League Amateur Team
51121EDM Tyler Bunz GCAN6' 2"203WHLMedicine Hat
52122ANA Christopher Wagner RWUSA6' 0"200EJHLSouth Shore
53123FLA Zach Hyman CCAN6' 0"182CCHLHamilton
54124CBJ Austin Madaisky DCAN6' 2"185WHLKamloops
55125NYI Tony Dehart DUSA6' 2"187OHLOshawa
56126NSH Patrick Cehlin RWSWE5' 11"176SWEDENDjurgarden
57127SJS Cody Ferriero CUSA5' 10"195HIGH-MAGovernor's Academy
58128ATL Fredrik Pettersson-Wentzel GSWE6' 1"170SWEDEN-2Almtuna
59129SJS Freddie Hamilton CCAN6' 1"187OHLNiagara
510130NYR Jason Wilson LWCAN6' 2"205OHLOwen Sound
511131DAL John Klingberg DSWE6' 0"158SWE-JR.Frolunda Jr.
512132ANA Tim Heed DSWE5' 11"165SWEDENSodertalje
513133CGY Michael Ferland LWCAN6' 0"195WHLBrandon
514134STL Cody Beach RWCAN6' 5"180WHLCalgary
515135BOS Justin Florek LWUSA6' 4"194CCHANorthern Michigan
516136SJS Isaac MacLeod DCAN6' 4"205BCHLPenticton
517137COL Troy Rutkowski DCAN6' 2"208WHLPortland
518138PHX Louis Domingue GCAN6' 3"180QMJHLQuebec
519139COL Luke Walker RWUSA6' 1"174WHLPortland
520140PIT Kenny Agostino LWUSA5' 11"190HIGH-NJDelbarton
521141DET Petr Mrazek GCZE6' 0"162OHLOttawa
522142WSH Caleb Herbert CUSA5' 10"180HIGH-MNBloomington-Jeff.
523143BUF Gregg Sutch RWCAN6' 2"193OHLMississauga
524144TOR Sam Carrick CCAN6' 0"188OHLBrampton
525145VAN Adam Polasek DCZE6' 3"190QMJHLPEI
526146TOR Daniel Brodin LWSWE6' 1"172SWEDENDjurgarden
527147MTL Brendan Gallagher RWCAN5' 9"163WHLVancouver
528148LAK Kevin Gravel DUSA6' 4"185USHLSioux City
529149PHI Michael Parks RWUSA5' 11"188USHLCedar Rapids
530150ATL Yasin Cisse RWCAN6' 3"210USHLDes Moines
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Not only is it a great idea, but if you don't [start using analytics] you're going to fall behind. You have to be on the cutting edge. It was [Arizona Coyotes assistant general manager] Darcy Regier who said, 'If you didn't invent it, you have to be the second- or third-best copier, because if you're fourth or fifth you've got no chance.'

— Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock on his interest in advanced statistical analysis