LAKings.com brings you complete Draft coverage, live from Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH, site of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.
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- With the Kings' second pick, 52nd overall, the Los Angeles Kings selected C Oscar Moller.
- With the Kings' third pick, 61st overall, the Los Angeles Kings selected RW Wayne Simmonds.
- With the Kings' fourth pick, 82nd overall, the Los Angeles Kings selected forward Bryan Cameron.
- The Kings' swapped picks Washington to obtain the 95th overall selection, taking Alec Martinez.
- The Kings' sixth pick, 109th overall, Los Angeles selected Dwight King.
- With the Kings' seventh pick, 124th overall, Los Angeles selected Linden Rowat.
- With the Kings eighth pick, 137th overall, Los Angeles grabbed Joshua Turnbull.
- With the Kings ninth pick, 184th overall, Los Angeles selected Josh Kidd.
- With the Kings 10th pick, 188th overall, Los Angeles selected Matt Fillier.
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Hickey At A Glance
- With the fourth pick in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, the Los Angeles Kings selected D Thomas Hickey.
Check out an exclusive interview with the Los Angeles Kings' Draft Runner and head coach Marc Crawford moments before the start of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft .
And check out Thomas Hickey
in his first interview as a member of the Los Angeles Kings organization.
Check out LAKings.com Draft Central: jammed crammed with information on all of the prospects.
LAKings.com caught assistant general manager Ron Hextall during a break in the Hockey Operations pre-draft meetings. See what he had to say to LAKings.com from his hotel room on Thursday night on NHL Entry Draft Eve.
And don't miss this LAKings.com exclusive interview with Co-Director of Amateur Scouting Mark Yannetti as he gives Kings fans a behind-the-scenes look at the Draft process.
Another Kings amateur scout stopped by the LAKings.com camera and spoke his mind, as Brent McEwen taped a quick interview with LAKings.com during his dinner break, just one night prior to the first round of the NHL Draft.
Finally, check out goaltending coach Bill Ranford, as he reflects back to the time he was drafted, giving you all a quick look as to what these prospects might be going through as the Entry Draft approaches.