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Islanders 2014 Draft Central: 50-48

by Cory Wright / New York Islanders

Ryan Pulock poses with Islanders General Manager Garth Snow and Assistant Coach Doug Weight at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft in Newark, NJ.

Round 1: 5th overall
Round 2: 35th overall
Round 2: 57th overall (from MTL)
Round 3: 65th overall
Round 3: 78th overall (from PHI)
Round 4: 95th overall
Round 4: 108th overall (from PHI)
Round 6: 155th overall
Round 7: 185th overall

1972 New York Islanders Draft Picks
Bill Harris (1st round, 1st overall)
Lorne Henning (2nd round, 17th overall)
Bobby Nystrom (3rd round, 33rd overall)
Ron Smith (4th round, 49th overall)
Richard Grenier (5th round, 65th overall)
Derek Black (6th round, 81st overall)
Richard Brodeur (7th round, 97th overall)
Ron McLaughlin (7th round, 101st overall)
Derek Kuntz (8th round, 113th overall)
Rene Levasseur (8th round, 117th overall)
Yvon Rolando (9th round, 129th overall)
Bill Ennos (9th round, 133rd overall)
Garry Howatt (10th round, 144th overall)
Rene Lambert (10th round, 146th overall)

1973 New York Islanders Draft Picks
Denis Potvin (1st round, 1st overall)
Dave Lewis (3rd round, 33rd overall)
Andre St. Laurent (4th round, 49th overall)
Ron Kennedy (5th round, 65th overall)
Keith Smith (6th round, 81st overall)
Don Cutts (7th round, 97th overall)
Denis Anderson (7th round, 110th overall)
Mike Kennedy (8th round, 113th overall)
Denis Desgagnes (8th round, 126th overall)
Bob Lorimer (9th round, 129th overall)

1974 New York Islanders Draft Picks

Clark Gillies (1st round, 4th overall)
Bryan Trottier (2nd round, 22nd overall)
Brad Anderson (3rd round, 40th overall)
Carlo Torresan (5th round, 76th overall)
Sid Prysunka (6th round, 94th overall)
Dave Langevin (7th round, 112th overall)
Dave Inkpen (8th round, 129th overall)
Jim Foubister (9th round, 146th overall)
Bob Ferguson (10th round, 163rd overall)
Murray Fleck (11th round, 178th overall)
Dave Rooke (12th round, 192nd overall)
Neil Smith (13th round, 204th overall)
Stefan Persson (14th round, 214th overall)
Dave Otness (15th round, 221st overall)
Jim Murray (16th round, 226th overall)
Mike Dibble (17th round, 229th overall)
Brian Bye (18th round, 232nd overall)
Martti Jarkko (19th round, 235th overall)
Ron Phillips (20th round, 238th overall)

Anthony DeAngelo had a stand-out season with Sarnia, leading all OHL defensemen with 71 points (15G, 56A) in 51 games. The Sewell, NJ, native set career highs in all offensive categories during his third OHL season, despite playing 11 fewer games than in 2012-13. DeAngelo’s 15 goals were third among OHL blueliners and his 56 helpers led all defensemen. DeAngelo recorded at least one point in 42-of-51 games this past season.
Pos. D Shoots R
Ht. 5'10" Born 10/24/1995
Wt. 175 Hometown Sewell, NJ
50. Anthony DeAngelo
Sarnia Sting, OHL
*Rankings as per The Hockey News
2013-14 GP G A P PIM
Sarnia 51 15 56 71 90
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Still needs to mature both on and off the ice, but once that happens he has all the talent in the world to be a quality player in the NHL. 

It took three years for 6’6”, 210-pound winger Hunter Smith to draw the attention of NHL scouts, but a breakout 2013-14 campaign has elevated his draft profile. Smith worked his way off the Generals fourth line by scoring 40 points (16G, 24A) in 64 games and added 11 points (three goals, 8A) in 12 playoff games. While his size is his biggest attribute, adding a polished offensive game would make the big man a big deal.

Pos. RW Shoots R
Ht. 6'6" Born 9/11/1995
Wt. 210 Hometown Windsor, ON
49. Hunter Smith
Oshawa Generals, OHL
*Rankings as per The Hockey News
2013-14 GP G A P PIM
Oshawa 64 16 24 40 100
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
He has gone from off the radar to on everyone’s list in the matter of a season.  He produces offensively, he’s tough and he has that lunch-bucket attitude. You have to love the long shot, sleeper or late-bloomer type.
Dysin Mayo enters the draft fresh off a Memorial Cup victory with the Edmonton Oil Kings and a career year in the WHL. The Victoria, BC native established career highs in goals (seven), assists (28) and points (35) in his sophomore season with the Oil Kings. Mayo was the Oil Kings highest-scoring defenseman in the playoffs with 15 points (three goals, 12A) in 21 games and is regarded as a solid two-way player.
Pos. D Shoots R
Ht. 6'1" Born 8/17/1996
Wt. 181 Hometown Victoria, BC
48. Dysin Mayo
Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
*Rankings as per The Hockey News
2013-14 GP G A P PIM
Edmonton 63 7 28 35 50
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Slick-skating, offensive defenseman. Good speed and mind for the game. Will activate and join the rush when needed and likes to get involved. He’s going to produce more from a playmaking perspective than as an actual scorer. He’s so good controlling the play - he’s the type of guy that’s always around the puck.
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