2018 NHL Entry Draft

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FanSided 3 months A shadow over Senators: Karlsson, Hoffman, and a possible burner account. View all NFL Sites. View all NBA Sites. View all MLB Sites. View all NHL Sites. Anderson , who was their leading rusher last season 1, yards as well as their first 1,yard rusher since Knowshon Moreno in There are only two running backs on the current roster: Devontae Booker and De'Angelo Henderson.

Booker was limited to 79 carries after returning from a wrist injury while Henderson had just seven carries as a rookie. They have too many needs, this year and beyond, to be trading multiple picks or future choices to regain the first-round selection they lost in last year's trade for Patrick Mahomes.

The Chiefs have eight picks and need to use each one wisely. If anything, they should consider trading back in a given round for extra choices. The Bolts gave up a league-worst 4. If the Chargers want to compete with electric running back Kareem Hunt and the Chiefs for an AFC West crown, they need more rangy athletes who can make sure tackles in the open field.

It is obvious that Oakland needs to go heavy on defense in the draft, and it will, but Gruden let it slip that there were some running backs coming out that he absolutely loved. Marshawn Lynch is another year closer to his second retirement. No one is sure what Doug Martin has in the tank. Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington are not bell-cow backs, and Elijah Hood spent most of last season on the practice squad. The question is how. With the way the draft is shaping up, the Cowboys could have the choice of the top two receivers Alabama's Calvin Ridley and Maryland's D.

The question will come down to the level of player they can get at No. The depth at receiver looks to be better than the depth at linebacker. GM Dave Gettleman will address his lines, even if it's not with the No. This is an especially deep interior offensive lineman draft, which plays well for the Giants at 34 and with one of their two third-round picks 66 and Then snag an offensive skill position player early in the second. The Super Bowl champs have a league-low six picks at the moment.

They can add to their stockpile by selling their No. The top of the second round looks like a good spot to land a difference-making running back. They'll go with defense at No. They dealt their third-round pick to Kansas City for quarterback Alex Smith and, because they weren't too active in free agency, one way they can help themselves is by getting another choice within the first couple of rounds.

They also have the draft capital in -- thanks to expected compensatory picks -- to move up either in the second round, back into the first or acquire a third-rounder. Chicago does not currently have a third-rounder because of GM Ryan Pace's decision to move up one spot last year ahead of San Francisco to take quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. The Bears do have a pair of fourth-round picks to use as trade bait.

Chicago could target a wide receiver, offensive lineman or linebacker on Day 2. It's the team's biggest need both now and in the future with Ezekiel Ansah in the final year of his deal and Kerry Hyder an unknown coming off an Achilles injury. Detroit has been unable to sack quarterbacks with regularity over the past two seasons and is in need of defensive playmakers. The team does have other needs, but none are larger than on the defensive line, where a pass-rusher or two and an interior defender or two are possible picks the first two days.

If they have to. That's how badly they need one of the top cornerbacks or versatile defensive backs in this class. The Vikings will take advantage of QB-needy teams late in the first round and trade down. Minnesota is slated to pick at No. Outside of the top two to three offensive linemen, most of the guards the Vikings have their eyes on will be available from Nos. GM Rick Spielman is a master of movement on draft night, so the Vikings could get considerable compensation for their first-rounder and end up with more draft capital than they had coming in.

GM Thomas Dimitroff obviously isn't afraid to trade up after surrendering five picks to the Browns in the Julio Jones trade. Last year, they traded with the Seahawks to move up from 31 to 26 for Takkarist McKinley. Look for Atlanta to move up -- perhaps with Seattle again -- to land the impact defensive tackle the Falcons want if they feel that player won't fall to them. Which is something they haven't done since selecting Cam Newton with the first overall pick of It won't be in the first three rounds; it might not be in the first five.

But expect the Panthers to take a chance on somebody to develop as a potential future replacement for the year-old Newton. They have only two other quarterbacks on the roster -- Garrett Gilbert and Taylor Heinicke -- the latter of whom was claimed off waivers from the Texans.

Claiming Heinicke lessens the sense of urgency to draft a quarterback, but the former undrafted player out of Old Dominion still is a project.

I never expect the Saints to target a specific positional need, since they're a proven "best available player" team. If a player has no totals listed, this means that he has not played in a regular season game in the NHL.

You can click on the headings of the tables to sort the information. Miller and Ryan McDonagh. Louis with round 3 pick in the draft Semyon Der-Arguchintsev for round 1 pick in the draft Dominik Bokk. Pick previously acquired by St. Louis with round 1 pick in the draft Rasmus Sandin for round 1 pick in the draft Dominik Bokk. Pick previously acquired by Arizona from Chicago with round 5 pick in the draft Mike Callahan for round 3 pick in the draft Niklas Nordgren.

Pick previously acquired by Chicago from Washington for Michal Kempny. Pick previously acquired by Washington from New Jersey with round 2 pick in the draft for Marcus Johansson. Pick previously acquired by Montreal from Edmonton for Al Montoya. Pick previously acquired by Montreal from Winnipeg for Joe Morrow. Pick previously acquired by San Jose from Florida with round 5 pick in the draft Mikael Hakkarainen and round 2 pick in the draft for Mike Hoffman and round 7 pick in the draft Santtu Kinnunen.

Pick previously acquired by Florida from Vegas for Reilly Smith. Pick previously acquired by Arizona from Calgary with round 3 pick in the draft Stuart Skinner for Michael Stone. Pick previously acquired by Montreal from San Jose with round 4 pick in the draft Jack Gorniak for round 4 pick in the draft Jasper Weatherby. Pick previously acquired by San Jose from Florida with round 4 pick in the draft Jack Gorniak and round 2 pick in the draft for Mike Hoffman and round 7 pick in the draft Santtu Kinnunen.

Pick previously acquired by Detroit from Montreal for Steve Ott. Pick previously acquired by Philadelphia from Montreal for round 7 pick in the draft Cayden Primeau. Zachary Gallant for Brendan Smith. Danila Zhuravlyov for round 2 pick in the draft Filip Hallander. Jordan Martinook for Marcus Kruger and round 3 pick in the draft.

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