Draft Day 2 Wrap-Up
Pick-by-pick updates, including video/audio interviews & much more!
The Edmonton Oilers are slated to select in the fourth round (91st overall, 111th overall), fifth round (130th overall), sixth round (153rd overall) and seventh round (183rd overall). Check back for regular updates.
DAY 1 CONTENT:
- THE PANEL | Draft Day 1 Wrap
- VIDEO: General Manager Craig MacTavish
- VIDEO: Leon Draisaitl 1-on-1
- VIDEO: Leon Draisaitl Media Scrum
- ARTICLE: Draisaitl adds to Oilers talented youthful core
- PRESS RELEASE: Oilers select Draisaitl 3rd overall
- BLOGS: Inside the Oilers Blog
- AUDIO: Leon Draisaitl Post-Draft Media Scrum
- AUDIO: Craig MacTavish Post-Draft Media Scrum
- IN FOCUS | Tom Gazzola summarizes draft weekend in Philadelphia
- Oilers head amateur scout Stu MacGregor
- 91st Overall - William Lagesson - Profile
- 111th Overall - Zachary Nagelvoort - Profile
- 130th Overall - Liam Coughlin
- 153rd Overall - Tyler Vesel - Profile
- 183rd Overall - Keven Bouchard - Profile | Watch Interview
- Oil Kings' Brett Pollock drafted 45th overall by Dallas Read Blog | Watch Interview
- Oil Kings' Edgars Kulda drafted in Round 7 by Phoenix Watch Interview
DAY 2 SELECTIONS:
ROUND 4 - 91st overall - William Lagesson, D, Frolunda Jr.
|Final Rank:||18||Midterm Rank:||40|
|Born:||FEBRUARY 22, 1996
Lagesson is a 6-foot-2, 196-pound defenceman who played in the Swedish Junior league for Frolunda Jr. In 44 games this season, Lagesson scored 20 points (8-12-20) and had 30 penalty minutes.
At the Ivan Hlinka Memorial tournament in 2013, Lagesson had two points (1-1-2) in four games for the Sweden Under-18 team.
NHL Central Scouting ranks Lagesson as the 18th European skater.
ROUND 4 - 111th overall - Zachary Nagelvoort, G, University of Michigan
|North America Goaltender
|UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
|Final Rank:||20||Midterm Rank:||21|
|Born:||JANUARY 30, 1994
||Hometown:||RIDGEWOOD, NJ, USA
The freshman netminder posted a 2.20 GAA and .929 save percentage as a freshman with the Wolverines. He holds the University of Michigan school record for most saves in a game (63 vs. Penn State on March 20, 2014).
NHL Central Scouting ranks Nagelvoort as the 20th best North American goalie. He is 6-foot-2, 190 pounds.
ROUND 5 - 130th overall - Liam Coughlin, C/LW, Vernon
|North America Skater
|VERNON VIPERS (BCHL)
|Final Rank:||N/A||Midterm Rank:||N/A|
|Born:||SEPTEMBER 19, 1994
||Hometown:||SOUTH BOSTON, MA, USA
Coughlin played 53 games for the Vernon Vipers in the BCHL this season, recording 45 points (18-27-45) and 70 penalty minutes.
The South Boston native is committed to Boston University. He scored 51 points (27-24-51) at Catholic Memorial High School in the 2012-13 season.
ROUND 6 - 130th overall - Tyler Vesel, C, Omaha
|North American Skater|
|Final Rank:||188||Midterm Rank:||NR|
|Born:||APRIL 14, 1994
||Hometown:||DULUTH, MN, USA
The Edmonton Oilers have used the 153rd overall pick in the 2014 NHL Draft to select Tyler Vesel from Omaha in the USHL. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound centre is ranked 188th amongst North American skaters by NHL Central Scouting.
Vesel put up impressive numbers in his first USHL season, scoring 71 points (33-38-71) in 49 games. His 71 points were third best in the league and second on the team.
ROUND 7 - 183rd overall - Keven Bouchard, G, Val d'Or
|North American Goaltender|
|Final Rank:||10||Midterm Rank:||10|
|Born:||APRIL 19, 1996
||Hometown:||ALMA, QC, CAN
The Edmonton Oilers used their final selection in the 2014 NHL Draft (183rd overall) to take their second goalie of the day. The Oilers chose Val d’Or Foreurs netminder Keven Bouchard.
Bouchard had a record of 17-6-1 with the QMJHL champions and posted a 2.95 GAA and a .887 save percentage.