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Islanders Top 50 Draft Prospects: 38-36

by Cory Wright / New York Islanders

Actor Kevin Connolly annouces an Islanders first-round pick (Brock Nelson - 30th overall) at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in Los Angeles, CA.

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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

1985 New York Islanders Draft Picks
Brad Dalgarno (1st round, 6th overall)
Derek King (1st round, 13th overall)
Brad Lauer (2nd round, 34th overall)
Jeff Finley (3rd round, 55th overall)
Kevin Herom (4th round, 76th overall)
Tommy Hedlund (5th round, 89th overall)
Jeff Sveen (5th round, 97th overall)
Rod Dallman (6th round, 118th overall)
Kurt Lackten (7th round, 139th overall)
Hank Lammens (8th round, 160th overall)
Rich Wiest (9th round, 181st overall)
Real Arsenault (10th round, 202nd overall)
Mike Volpe (11th round, 223rd overall)
Tony Grenier (12th round, 244th overall)

1986 New York Islanders Draft Picks
Tom Fitzgerald (1st round, 17th overall)
Dennis Vaske (2nd round, 38th overall)
Bill Berg (3rd round, 59th overall)
Shawn Byram (4th round, 80th overall)
Dean Sexsmith (5th round, 101st overall)
Todd McLellan (5th round, 104th overall)
Tony Schmalzbauer (6th round, 122nd overall)
Will Anderson (7th round, 138th overall)
Rich Pilon (7th round, 143rd overall)
Peter Harris (8th round, 164th overall)
Jeff Jablonski (9th round, 185th overall)
Kerry Clark (10th round, 206th overall)
Dan Beaudette (11th round, 227th overall)
Paul Thompson (12th round, 248th overall)

1987 New York Islanders Draft Picks
Dean Chynoweth (1st round, 13th overall)
Jeff Hackett (2nd round, 34th overall)
Dean Ewen (3rd round, 55th overall)
George Maneluk (4th round, 76th overall)
Petr Vlk (5th round, 97th overall)
Rob DiMaio (6th round, 118th overall)
Knut Walbye (7th round, 139th overall)
Jeff Saterdalen (8th round, 160th overall)
Shawn Howard (9th round, 181st overall)
John Herlihy (10th round, 202nd overall)
Michael Erickson (11th round, 223rd overall)
Will Averill (12th round, 244th overall)

50-48: DeAngelo, Smith, Mayo
47-45: Kahkonen, Englund, Nedeljkovic
44-42: MacInnis, Soderstrom, Point
41-39: Cornel, Donato, Pettersson
Jack Glover is slated to lace up at the University of Minnesota next season after playing two years for the US National Team Development Program. The 6’3, 190-pound defenseman finished second on the team, amongst blueliners, with 28 points (2G, 26A) in 59 games this past season. Glover also helped Team USA win gold at the 2014 U-18 World Junior Championships in Finland by contributing four points in seven games.
Pos. D Shoots R
Ht. 6'3" Born 5/17/1996
Wt. 190 Hometown Garden Valley, MN
38. Jack Glover
*Rankings as per The Hockey News
2013-14 GP G A Pts. PIM
US NTDP 59 2 26 28 30
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Glover is a big, powerful defender that has the ability to produce as well as defend. Very good skater and smart with the puck. Tough to beat him with the puck in the corners because he has a reach you can’t teach.

Second-year OHL winger Brendan Lemieux improved drastically on his point totals from his rookie season with the Barrie Colts. After tallying 14 points in 2012-13, Lemieux notched 53 points (27G, 26A) in 65 games as a sophomore. Brendan has a championship pedigree, as his father is Claude Lemieux, a four-time Stanley Cup winner and 1995 Conn Smythe winner.

Pos. LW Shoots L
Ht. 6'0" Born 3/15/1996
Wt. 206 Hometown Denver, CO
37. Brendan Lemieux
Barrie Colts - OHL
*Rankings as per The Hockey News
2013-14 GP G A Pts. PIM
Barrie 65 27 26 53 145
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Brendan has many of the same characteristics of his father (Claude Lemieux) when he played the game. He's a guy you love to have on your team and hate to play against. He has an edgy, in your face style, but don’t discount his ability to play the game. Depth player.
John Quenneville’s 58 points (25G, 33A) in 61 games this season six points shy of the Brandon Wheat Kings team lead. Quenneville, the cousin of Chicago Blackhawks Head Coach Joe Quenneville, took his performance to another level during the playoffs, as he led Brandon with 13 points (5G, 8A) in nine games. Along with Islanders prospect Ryan Pulock, Quenneville and the Wheat Kings fell in the second round to the eventual Memorial Cup Champions, the Edmonton Oil Kings.
Pos. C Shoots L
Ht. 6'0" Born 4/16/1996
Wt. 182 Hometown Sherwood Park, AB
36. John Quenneville
Brandon Wheat Kings - WHL
*Rankings as per The Hockey News
2013-14 GP G A Pts. PIM
Brandon 61 25 33 58 71
Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Quenneville is an all-purpose style of player; a meat-and-potato guy with very good instincts around the net. He's a depth type of player with very good habits that can make plays offensively, but will more likely end up on the score sheet scoring the goal rather than setting it up.
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