Two Edmonton Oil Kings were drafted in the first round.
Defenceman Griffin Reinhart, son of former Calgary Flame Paul Reinhart, was taken fourth overall by the New York Islanders and center Henrik Samuelsson, son of former Pittsburgh Penguin defenceman Ulf Samuelsson, was taken 27th overall by the Phoenix Coyotes.
Griffin Reinhart has another familial connection to the National Hockey League. His brother Max was drafted by the Calgary Flames two years ago.
This past season, Griffin Reinhart had 12 goals and 24 assists in 58 games, while Samuelsson had seven goals and 16 assists in 28 games.
Another Oil King to be drafted was left winger Mitch Moroz in the second round, 32nd overall, by the Edmonton Oilers. Moroz, a native of Calgary, had 131 penalty minutes in 66 games.