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2009 NHL Redraft: O'Reilly jumps to No. 3, Islanders stick with Tavares
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NHL Draft
Ryan O'Reilly
John Tavares
Victor Hedman
Mike Hoffman
Tyson Barrie
Jamie Benn
William Douglas
Pat Pickens
Matt Duchene
Joe Thornton
Amalie Benjamin
Brayden Schenn
Brett Amadon
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Sebastien Deschambault
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Ryan Ellis
Tavares 242
Tavares 54
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Anders Lee
Chris Kreider
Pete Jensen
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Tomas Tatar
Kyle Palmieri
Reilly Smith
Frank Giase
Rob Reese
Jim Cerny
Ryan Getzlaf
Corey Perry
Bobby Ryan
Teemu Selanne
Matt Cubeta
Mattias Ekholm
Brent Burns
Guillaume Lepage
Nick Cotsonika
Jakob Silfverberg
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Cody Eakin
Dave Stubbs
Craig Smith
Dan O'Leary
Nick Leddy
Dan Rosen
Marcus Johansson
John Kreiser
Brian Dumoulin
Shawn P. Roarke
Dmitry Orlov
Jon Lane
Dmitry Kulikov
John Ciolfi
Sami Vatanen
Scott Niedermayer
Chris Pronger
Barry Rubinstein
Robin Lehner
Adam Kimelman
Kyle Clifford
Enter Clifford
David Satriano
Darcy Kuemper
Martin St. Louis
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Casey Cizikas
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He played in the 2020 Honda NHL All-Star Game in St. Louis on Jan. 25, and his two-way game, including 61 points (12 goals, 49 assists) in 71 games, was integral to the Blues being in first place in the Central Division when the NHL season was paused March 12.Because of those recent accomplishments and the fact that he is third in points among players from the 2009 NHL Draft, O'Reilly, originally drafted No. 33 by the Colorado Avalanche, jumped into the top three in this redraft behind center John Tavares and defenseman Victor Hedman, who were selected in their original draft positions by the New York Islanders and Tampa Bay Lightning. Tavares, who leads the 2009 draft class with 769 points (345 goals, 424 assists) in 814 games, was again the pick for the Islanders. Voted the winner of the Norris Trophy as the best defenseman in the NHL in 2017-18, Hedman leads defensemen selected in the 2009 draft in points (473), power-play points (152), rating (plus-116) and games (762). He has 430 points (179 goals, 251 assists) in 658 games, including 145 on the power play, and since becoming a full-time NHL player in 2011-12 with the Philadelphia Flyers, he ranks 15th among forwards with 1,404 hits. He ranks in the top four among players drafted in 2009 with 245 goals (second), 589 points (second), a face-off winning percentage of 53.3 percent (second; minimum 500 draws) 524 takeaways (3rd), 33 game-winning goals (fourth) and 344 assists (fourth). Duchene has scored at least 21 goals and had at least 55 points in seven of his 11 NHL seasons, and he's been effective on the power play, ranking sixth in the 2009 class with 58 goals. Barrie is third among defensemen in the 2009 draft class with 129 power-play points, second with 266 assists, and tied for first with Hedman with a points-per-game average of 0.62 (346 points in 554 games). Chris Kreider, LW, Buffalo Sabres (No. 19 by New York Rangers) -- He's 16th among players drafted in 2009 with 316 points (157 goals, 159 assists) in 523 games, 10th with 47 power-play goals and 12th with 238 even-strength points. But since 2014-15, his first full season in the NHL, he ranks third in the 2009 draft class in goals (162), second in even-strength goals (114), fifth in power-play goals (48) and 10th in points (285). He didn't play his first NHL regular-season game until he was 22, but since 2015-16, he has scored 105 goals, second most for the Ducks behind Rickard Rakell's 120. His 586 games rank him a sound 14th in this draft class, and his 103 goals rank 18th; the latter is a good number given that he's been used a good portion of his NHL career as a checking center. He is sixth in games among players selected in the 2009 draft with 720 and fourth among defensemen in points with 305 (63 goals, 242 assists). Marcus Johansson, LW, Vancouver Canucks (No. 24 by Washington Capitals) -- Johansson, a defensively responsible two-way forward with some scoring ability, would have been a perfect fit for a team that was coming off a Northwest Division title and ready to make a push for the Stanley Cup. He's tied for eighth in points (364) among players in the 2009 draft class, 15th in goals (129) and 12th in games (648). No worries whether he would be worth a first-round pick, however; his 194 points (45 goals, 149 assists) in 434 NHL games are seventh among defensemen in the 2009 class, and he has been a key contributor on the power play, with 86 points (21 goals, 65 assists), including an NHL career-high 19 (four goals, 15 assists) for the Ducks in 2015-16. Among goalies to play at least 30 games in 2018-19, Lehner was second in the NHL with a .930 save percentage and third with a 2.13 goals-against average for the Islanders. Cizikas has scored 30 goals in 121 games since the start of 2018-19, including an NHL career-high 20 last season.

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