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2009 draft picks with NHL bloodlines

by Staff
There were 19 selections from the 2009 NHL Entry Draft that have NHL bloodlines (Sons, brothers, nephews, grandsons). The complete list is below:

Matt Duchene, Avalanche
-- nephew of current Anaheim assistant coach Newell Brown

Brayden Schenn, Kings -- brother of current Leafs defensemen Luke Schenn

Tim Erixon, Flames -- son of former NHL forward Jan Erixon

Carter Ashton, Lightning -- son of former NHL forward Brent Ashton

Landon Ferraro, Red Wings -- son of former NHL forward Ray Ferraro

Philip Samuelsson, Penguins -- son of former NHL defenseman Ulf Samuelsson

Matthew Hackett, Wild -- nephew of former NHL goaltender Jeff Hackett

Tyson Barrie, Avalanche -- son of current part-owner of Lightning and former NHL forward Len Barrie

Ryan Bourque, Rangers -- son of former NHL defenseman Ray Bourque, brother of current Capitals forward Chris Bourque

Brandon Maxwell, Avalanche -- son of former NHL defenseman Brad Maxwell

Marcus Foligno, Sabres -- son of former NHL forward Mike Foligno, brother of current Senators forward Nick Foligno

Andy Bathgate, Penguins -- grandson of former NHL defenseman Andy Bathgate

Alex Velischek, Penguins -- son of former NHL defenseman Randy Velischek

Eric Wellwood, Flyers -- brother of current NHL forward Kyle Wellwood

Jordan Nolan, Kings -- son of former NHL coach Ted Nolan and brother of Canucks draft pick Brandon Nolan

Mac Bennett, Canadiens -- grandson of former NHL goaltender Harvey Bennett, nephew of former NHL players Curt Bennett and Harvey Bennett, Jr.

Ben Sexton, Bruins -- son of Panthers assistant GM Randy Sexton

Lane MacDermid, Bruins -- son of former NHL forward Paul MacDermid

Barron Smith, Maple Leafs -- son of former NHL defenseman Steve Smith

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