1st round: 18th Overall
Alex Tuch - Right Wing/USA U-18 - 6'4", 213lbs:
A massive forward with a terrific shot, he is versatile and can play any role on a line: playmaker, finisher, worker, etc. Owns pretty good hockey sense and makes his linemates better ... Still needs to develop a level of consistency in order to blossom at the highest level. Also, he may need to find his big-league niche. Skates well for his size, but is not the fastest player ... Big, talented and versatile forward with huge upside.

3rd round: 80th Overall

Louis Belpedio - Defensemen/USA U-18 - 5'10", 193lbs
Last season the 5-foot-10, 193-pound blueliner tallied 23 points in 61 games played with seven goals and 16 assists. He also registered 44 PIM and a plus-14 rating. The Skokie, Illinois native is a Miami of Ohio commit.

3rd Round: 109th Overall
Kaapo Kahkonen - Goalie/Blues Jr (Finland) - 6'2", 209lbs:
Is technically sound with a calm demeanor. Already owns ideal size for a potential No. 1 netminder in the NHL. Is also very athletic, which helps him with his lateral movement ... Must work on becoming more consistent from game to game. Also, he has a tendency to lose his focus and let the floodgates open with bad goals. That must be corrected ... Big, athletic goaltender with good upside.

5th round: 139th Overall
Tanner Faith - Defensemen/Kootenay (WHL) - 6'3", 211lbs:
In the fifth round the Wild selected Canadian defenseman Tanner Faith. He appeared in just ten games for Kootenay last season, recording an assist and nine PIM.

6th round: 160th Overall
Pontus Sjalin - Defenseman/Ostersunds IK (Sweden) -
With its first of three picks in the sixth round, the Wild selected Swedish defenseman Pontus Sjalin. Last season he played a total of 31 games for Ostersunds IK (21 at Division 1, six in U-18, four in U-20). He racked up a total nine points between the three levels on four goals and five assists. He also registered a total 12 PIM and a combined plus-21 rating.

6th round: 167th Overall
Chase Lang - Center/Calgary WHL -
With its second pick in the sixth round, the Wild selected Canadian centerman Chase Lang. He spent 2013-14 with Calgary in the WHL where he tallied ten goals and 15 assists for 25 points in 68 games played. He also registered 52 PIM and a plus-13 rating.

6th round: 169th Overall
Reid Duke - Center/Lethbridge (WHL) -
With its third pick in the sixth round, the Wild selected another Canadian centerman, Reid Duke. The Calgary native skated with Lethbridge in the WHL last season and netted 15 goals and 25 assists for 40 points in 62 games. He also registered 91 PIM.

7th round: 199th Overall
Pavel Jenys - Center/BRNO (CZE)
With its final pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, the Minnesota Wild selected Czech centerman Pavel Jenys. He spent the last season playing for his hometown's junior team, netting 13 goals in 26 games. He also picked up six assists for 19 points. The forward was also a member of the the Czech Republic's 2013 World Junior A Challenge Team and over four games he netted two goals.

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