Here is an update on where the Oilers stand in the 2015 NHL Draft after the Jeff Petry trade.
The Oilers have two first-round picks in the 2015 draft. They have their own pick and the one acquired from the Pittsburgh Penguins, in exchange for David Perron.
The Oilers also have two picks in the second round. They have their own second and the one acquired in the Petry trade this morning.
In the third, the Oilers own Ottawa’s pick from the Ales Hemsky trade last season. They also own the St. Louis Blues third-round selection from the original Perron trade in 2013. Their own was sent to Anaheim in the Viktor Fasth trade last season.
They do not own a fourth-round pick, having sent that to St. Louis in the original Perron trade.
Following the Petry trade, the Oilers have the Montreal Canadiens fifth-round pick in 2015, although it is conditional. They also have their own selection in that round.
The Oilers have their own picks in the sixth and seventh round.
BY THE NUMBERS
ROUND 1 - 2 picks
ROUND 2 - 2 picks
ROUND 3 - 2 picks
ROUND 4 - 0 picks
ROUND 5 - 2 picks (1 is conditional)
ROUND 6 - 1 pick
ROUND 7 - 1 pick