The 2023 NHL Draft will take place from June 28-29, with all 32 NHL clubs traveling to Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to welcome in the next generation of hockey superstars.

Round 1 begins on June 28 at 6 p.m. CT on ESPN and ESPN+, while Rounds 2-7 will begin on June 29 at 10 a.m. CT (NHL Network, ESPN+).

Below are some numbers and statistics about the upcoming Draft, as well as notes and figures throughout recent team history.

3-The Blues have three first-round selections in the 2023 NHL Draft, their most in the first round since taking Lars Eller, Ian Cole and David Perron in the 2007 NHL Draft. In addition to their own No. 10 pick, the Blues own first-round picks this year from Toronto (No. 25) and Dallas (No. 29).

8- The Blues have taken a forward with each of their last eight first-round picks - Jimmy Snuggerud, Zachary Bolduc, Jake Neighbours, Dominik Bokk, Robert Thomas, Klim Kostin, Tage Thompson and Robby Fabbri. Their last first-round defenseman was Jordan Schmaltz, taken in 2012.

9-The Blues enter the draft with nine picks at their disposal. If they make all nine selections, it would mark their most in a single draft since making 10 picks in 2014.

10- Picking 10th overall in the 2023 NHL Draft, the Blues are slated to make their highest selection since taking Jaden Schwartz No. 14 in the 2010 NHL Draft. It also marks their first Top 10 pick since 2008, when Alex Pietrangelo was taken No. 4 overall.

15- Fifteen different players from the 2022-23 season were original Blues draftees - Jordan Kyrou, Robert Thomas, Colton Parayko, Sammy Blais, Alexey Toropchenko, Jake Neighbours, Nikita Alexandrov, Tyler Tucker, Joel Hofer, Matthew Kessel, Hugh McGing Jordan Binnington, Ivan Barbashev, Vladimir Tarasenko and Niko Mikkola.

25- The last defenseman the Blues took in the first round of the draft was Jordan Schmaltz, taken No. 25 overall in the 2012 draft.

288- The 15 Blues draftees from the 2022-23 season combined for 288 total points, led with 73 by Jordan Kyrou.