A Guide To 2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey And A Glaring Omission
The flagship product of the hockey season is finally here. And with it, a new crop of Young Guns for our enjoyment and evaluation. But the 2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey release offers much more. It has become a more multi-dimensional release in recent years.
But does it succeed in its loftier ambitions? Is this release worth the prices, which have been creeping up lately? We have all the answers in our 2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Review.
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey release date
I spend so much time in these reviews, whining about the release dates. Yes, I am looking at you, Panini. So, it is only fair that I give some credit where it is due. Upper Deck released their flagship product a mere eight days after the start of the 2023-24 NHL season.
Opening day was October 10th, and the hobby boxes dropped on October 18, 2023. Well done. You can expect the retail formats to arrive on the shelves starting November 1, 2023.
The achievement is awe-inspiring since Upper Deck was also suffering from the supply chain failures of the COVID-19 days. Last year, this product came out in November.
But the 2021-22 release didn’t come out until March 2022. So, they were facing some real problems. But unlike other companies, they seem to have put those dark days behind them.
History of Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey
The storied release of Upper Deck Hockey is an inseparable part of the well-known evolution of the Carlsbad, California-based card company.
The company made a huge splash in the industry in 1989 with its trend-setting baseball release. They tried to jump into the ring in all major sports, so in 1990-91, the first set of the hockey flagship came out.
The first release already featured the landmark Young Guns inserts. However, it was overprinted and did not catch on. But Upper Deck cut the number and returned them for the 1999-2000 release. They were now low-numbered and featured snazzier designs.
At first, the insert did not take off; there were too many of them, and it was shelved. However, the company brought them back in 1999-00 as lower print cards. Today, it is easily the main draw in the release. Upper Deck found that balance of rarity, which makes fans look forward to opening the packs.
In 2005-06, the NFL was coming off a lockout year. That meant there was a far larger crop of rookies than just waiting to be introduced into the league.
The yield of Young Guns that year was sensational. It included Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin, two of the best players of their generation. That helped cement the flagship cards and Young Guns as the central release in the hobby.
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey release formats
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey comes in a variety of different release formats at different price points.
- 12 cards per pack.
- 12 packs per box.
- On average, each box contains 8 Debut Dates, Rookie Retrospective, Stat Box Fillers, and Teacher’s Pet Cards, 6 Young Guns Cards, 6 Honor Roll and UD Portraits Cards, 6 Special Edition, Star Surge, and Star Zone Cards, 4 UD Canvas and UD Canvas Young Guns Cards, 2 200’ x 85’ Cards, 1 Base Set – Outburst Silver Parallel Card (Veteran or Young Gun), 1 Blue Dazzlers Card, 1 Base Set – Clear Cut Variation, UD Canvas – Black & White Parallel or 200’ x 85’ – Gold Parallel Card, 1 Wildcard (Includes all Rare Ratio’d & #’d Cards).
- A box resells for $149.95
- A case resells for $1,774.95
- 12 cards per pack.
- 4 packs per box.
- 20 boxes per case.
- A box resells for $24.95
- A case resells for $474.95
- 12 cards per pack.
- 1 pack per starter kit
- 10 kits per case
- In every starter kit: a Trading Card Binder that Holds 252 cards,
- Starter Kit Exclusives: 1 Awesome 12-Card UD Series 1 Trading Card Pack, 1 Exclusive Sophomore Sensations Card, 1 Poster Featuring the UD Series 1 Base Set Checklist, 1 Trading Card Collector’s Guide
- A kit resells for $19.95
- 12 cards per pack.
- 8 regular packs + 1 exclusive Dazzlers Bonus Pack per tin.
- 12 tins per case
- Resells for $59.95
- A case resells for $699.95
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey pros
The Young Guns design this year is solid, and what can be more important than that in a release so heavily focused on that insert?
As we will say, there are also some excellent variants for this wonderful rookie card set. In particular, the Outburst Silver is a nice little sparkly parallel that adds some pizzazz to these inserts. But in the cons, we will discuss a snag with the Young Guns this time.
There aren’t a lot of pros this time, unfortunately. But the cons section below is a doozie.
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey cons
We love Upper Deck flagship hockey for all sorts of reasons. But let’s get real; we are primarily here for the Young Guns cards. And that is why the lack of Young Guns in many hobby boxes is a real cause for concern.
We are told that each hobby box comes with an average of 6 Young Guns cards. That is certainly a generous amount. But many of the breaks I have seen have had fewer than that, more along the lines of 1 or 2.
Meanwhile, if you look online, collectors say they bought several boxes without landing a single one. This is a severe problem that may undermine the popularity of this release and leave a bad taste in people’s mouths for the next one.
Another common complaint concerns a surprise insert in this product named Deons. Yes, Deons. What does that mean? No one knows.
However, it appears that hockey fans like their inserts with recognized English words because people are not impressed with this innovation.
Price for Upper Deck Series 1 2023-24 increases
But the biggest downside is the price. It has gone up to $150 per box, a far higher price than the $99 you could pre-buy the product for in 2022-23. But if that’s not enough, the number of cards in it has been cut drastically.
You got 192 in last season’s hobby box, and you can expect 142 this year for $50 less. Any way you look at it that is not a good deal.
Finally, the general feeling among fans is that this crop of rookies is not particularly strong. Incredibly depressing is the absence of Connor Bedard from the checklist. Some powerful cohorts of Young Guns have spoiled hockey fans in recent years.
So, the disappointment is somewhat overdone. However, considering that the boxes are more expensive than usual this year, this watered-down class is challenging to swallow.
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey checklist
The 2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey release checklist is somewhat weak. The rookies aren’t that great, as we said. Everyone is looking for the same guy in the 2023-24 products: Connor Bedard of the Blackhawks. But he does not have a Young Guns card here.
Nevertheless, there is an unannounced “Easter Egg” NHL Draft short print of the phenom. Aside from that, the feeling is that there isn’t much depth to the rookie class. Quite a few stronger players have been withheld for 2023-24 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey.
The base set consists of 200 players. The only parallels available in retail releases are the Outburst Silver. They look great, but it would be nice to have some more selections available. The hobby boxes include the format exclusive Clear Cut parallels, which come 1:48. As well as:
- Deluxe #/250
- Exclusives #/100
- Outburst Red #/25
- High Gloss #/10
- Outburst Gold 1/1.
The inserts in this release have raised a few eyebrows. Let’s see what all the fuss is about in this overview of the inserts in 23-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey.
These are the classic and most beloved hockey rookie cards of all. This year, the Young Guns release comes with new sparkly parallels. They have been quite popular with collectors so far. As usual, there are 50 Young Guns, and they arrive at 1:2 packs in hobby boxes.
- Outburst Silver (1:30 Hobby/ePack; 1:90 Retail/Blaster/Tin/Hanger)
- Clear Cut (1:144 Hobby)
- Deluxe #/250 (Hobby/ePack)
- Exclusives #/100 (Hobby/ePack)
- Outburst Red #/25 (Hobby/ePack)
- High Gloss #/10 (Hobby/ePack)
- Outburst Gold 1/1 (Hobby/ePack).
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Young Guns checklist
201 Matthew Coronato – Calgary Flames
202 Vincent Desharnais – Edmonton Oilers
203 Joona Koppanen – Boston Bruins
204 Yaroslav Askarov – Nashville Predators
205 Jonathan Gruden – Pittsburgh Penguins
206 William Dufour – New York Islanders
207 Jaxson Stauber – Chicago Blackhawks
208 Jakob Pelletier – Calgary Flames
209 Samuel Bolduc – New York Islanders
210 Dustin Wolf – Calgary Flames
211 Milos Kelemen – Arizona Coyotes
212 Ridly Greig – Ottawa Senators
213 Will Cuylle – New York Rangers
214 Owen Beck – Montreal Canadiens
215 Brock Faber – Minnesota Wild
216 Cole Guttman – Chicago Blackhawks
217 Arnaud Durandeau – New York Islanders
218 David Gust – Chicago Blackhawks
219 Elliot Desnoyers – Philadelphia Flyers
220 Drew Helleson – Anaheim Ducks
221 Luke Evangelista – Nashville Predators
222 Matthew Knies – Toronto Maple Leafs
223 Tristen Robins – San Jose Sharks
224 Vincent Iorio – Washington Capitals
225 Tyson Foerster – Philadelphia Flyers
226 Egor Afanasyev – Nashville Predators
227 Jiri Patera – Vegas Golden Knights
228 Simon Edvinsson – Detroit Red Wings
229 Wyatt Kaiser – Chicago Blackhawks
230 Nikita Nesterenko – Anaheim Ducks
231 Hunter McKown – Columbus Blue Jackets
232 Aidan McDonough – Vancouver Canucks
233 Lukas Rousek – Buffalo Sabres
234 Sean Farrell – Montreal Canadiens
235 Tyler Kleven – Ottawa Senators
236 Henry Thrun – San Jose Sharks
237 Devon Levi – Buffalo Sabres
238 Spencer Stastny – Nashville Predators
239 Daniil Gushchin – San Jose Sharks
240 Matthew Kessel – St. Louis Blues
241 Marco Kasper – Detroit Red Wings
242 Akito Hirose – Vancouver Canucks
243 Adam Ginning – Philadelphia Flyers
244 Cole McWard – Vancouver Canucks
245 Jake Livingstone – Nashville Predators
246 Jet Greaves – Columbus Blue Jackets
247 Leevi Merilainen – Ottawa Senators
248 Luke Hughes – New Jersey Devils
249 Olle Eriksson Ek – Anaheim Ducks
250 Luke Hughes/Matthew Knies CL
200′ x 85′
A new arrival in the flagship product, 200′ x 85′, is an insert based on the dimensions of the hockey rink. Featuring a measured rink as background for an action shot. The inserts look okay, but I doubt they will hold much value. There is a 1/1 black version, which will undoubtedly do better on the market.
Aside from the vaunted Young Guns cards, the UD Canvas cards are, without a doubt, the highlight of the flagship hockey release every year. These are inserts modeled after the Topps Stadium Club model of having a bold action picture across the entire card with no borders.
Low-numbered UD Canvas cards have a very strong value for inserts in a flagship product. They come in the following variations:
- Standard UD Canvas (1:24 packs)
- UD Canvas Young Guns (1:24 packs) cards are part of the set
- Printing Plates and Hobby-only Black & White versions (Base – 1:48 packs; Young Guns – 1:144 packs).
- UD Canvas Signatures low-numbered auto versions of these inserts.
UD Canvas checklist
C1 Troy Terry – Anaheim Ducks
C2 Jakob Silfverberg – Anaheim Ducks
C3 John Gibson – Anaheim Ducks
C4 Clayton Keller – Arizona Coyotes
C5 Karel Vejmelka – Arizona Coyotes
C6 Brad Marchand – Boston Bruins
C7 Linus Ullmark – Boston Bruins
C8 Jeff Skinner – Buffalo Sabres
C9 Jack Quinn – Buffalo Sabres
C10 Victor Olofsson – Buffalo Sabres
C11 Tyler Toffoli – Calgary Flames
C12 MacKenzie Weegar – Calgary Flames
C13 Rasmus Andersson – Calgary Flames
C14 Martin Necas – Carolina Hurricanes
C15 Brent Burns – Carolina Hurricanes
C16 Jason Dickinson – Chicago Blackhawks
C17 Cale Makar – Colorado Avalanche
C18 Samuel Girard – Colorado Avalanche
C19 Alexandar Georgiev – Colorado Avalanche
C20 Kent Johnson – Columbus Blue Jackets
C21 Boone Jenner – Columbus Blue Jackets
C22 Elvis Merzlikins – Columbus Blue Jackets
C23 Mason Marchment – Dallas Stars
C24 Wyatt Johnston – Dallas Stars
C25 Miro Heiskanen – Dallas Stars
C26 Lucas Raymond – Detroit Red Wings
C27 Andrew Copp – Detroit Red Wings
C28 Jonatan Berggren – Detroit Red Wings
C29 Ville Husso – Detroit Red Wings
C30 Leon Draisaitl – Edmonton Oilers
C31 Warren Foegele – Edmonton Oilers
C32 Anton Lundell – Florida Panthers
C33 Carter Verhaeghe – Florida Panthers
C34 Kevin Fiala – Los Angeles Kings
C35 Phillip Danault – Los Angeles Kings
C36 Viktor Arvidsson – Los Angeles Kings
C37 Gabe Vilardi – Los Angeles Kings
C38 Mats Zuccarello – Minnesota Wild
C39 Filip Gustavsson – Minnesota Wild
C40 Cole Caufield – Montreal Canadiens
C41 Mike Hoffman – Montreal Canadiens
C42 Jake Allen – Montreal Canadiens
C43 Brendan Gallagher – Montreal Canadiens
C44 Ryan McDonagh – Nashville Predators
C45 Juuse Saros – Nashville Predators
C46 Ryan Johansen – Nashville Predators
C47 Nico Hischier – New Jersey Devils
C48 Jesper Bratt – New Jersey Devils
C49 Kyle Palmieri – New York Islanders
C50 Ilya Sorokin – New York Islanders
C51 Vincent Trocheck – New York Rangers
C52 Alexis Lafreniere – New York Rangers
C53 Jimmy Vesey – New York Rangers
C54 Jacob Trouba – New York Rangers
C55 Alex DeBrincat – Ottawa Senators
C56 Jake Sanderson – Ottawa Senators
C57 Josh Norris – Ottawa Senators
C58 Joel Farabee – Philadelphia Flyers
C59 Nicolas Deslauriers – Philadelphia Flyers
C60 Jake Guentzel – Pittsburgh Penguins
C61 Rickard Rakell – Pittsburgh Penguins
C62 Jeff Carter – Pittsburgh Penguins
C63 Erik Karlsson – San Jose Sharks
C64 Kaapo Kahkonen – San Jose Sharks
C65 Jared McCann – Seattle Kraken
C66 Oliver Bjorkstrand – Seattle Kraken
C67 Brandon Tanev – Seattle Kraken
C68 Daniel Sprong – Seattle Kraken
C69 Jordan Kyrou – St. Louis Blues
C70 Brandon Saad – St. Louis Blues
C71 Jordan Binnington – St. Louis Blues
C72 Brayden Point – Tampa Bay Lightning
C73 Brandon Hagel – Tampa Bay Lightning
C74 Ross Colton – Tampa Bay Lightning
C75 Mikhail Sergachev – Tampa Bay Lightning
C76 William Nylander – Toronto Maple Leafs
C77 Morgan Rielly – Toronto Maple Leafs
C78 J.T. Miller – Vancouver Canucks
C79 Quinn Hughes – Vancouver Canucks
C80 Thatcher Demko – Vancouver Canucks
C81 Filip Hronek – Vancouver Canucks
C82 Jack Eichel – Vegas Golden Knights
C83 Chandler Stephenson – Vegas Golden Knights
C84 Shea Theodore – Vegas Golden Knights
C85 Alex Ovechkin – Washington Capitals
C86 T.J. Oshie – Washington Capitals
C87 Nino Niederreiter – Winnipeg Jets
C88 Nikolaj Ehlers – Winnipeg Jets
C89 Connor Hellebuyck – Winnipeg Jets
C90 Leon Draisaitl/Alex Ovechkin CL
UD Canvas Young Guns Set Checklist
C91 Cole Guttman – Chicago Blackhawks
C92 Nikita Nesterenko – Anaheim Ducks
C93 Will Cuylle – New York Rangers
C94 Arnaud Durandeau – New York Islanders
C95 Vincent Desharnais – Edmonton Oilers
C96 Egor Afanasyev – Nashville Predators
C97 Ridly Greig – Ottawa Senators
C98 Wyatt Kaiser – Chicago Blackhawks
C99 Joona Koppanen – Boston Bruins
C100 Tyson Foerster – Philadelphia Flyers
C101 Brock Faber – Minnesota Wild
C102 Owen Beck – Montreal Canadiens
C103 Matthew Knies – Toronto Maple Leafs
C104 David Gust – Chicago Blackhawks
C105 Jakob Pelletier – Calgary Flames
C106 Matthew Coronato – Calgary Flames
C107 Aidan McDonough – Vancouver Canucks
C108 Luke Evangelista – Nashville Predators
C109 Dustin Wolf – Calgary Flames
C110 Vincent Iorio – Washington Capitals
C111 Yaroslav Askarov – Nashville Predators
C112 Samuel Bolduc – New York Islanders
C113 Simon Edvinsson – Detroit Red Wings
C114 Hunter McKown – Columbus Blue Jackets
C115 Jaxson Stauber – Chicago Blackhawks
C116 Tyler Kleven – Ottawa Senators
C117 Henry Thrun – San Jose Sharks
C118 Marco Kasper – Detroit Red Wings
C119 Akito Hirose – Vancouver Canucks
C120 Yaroslav Askarov/Jakob Pelletier CL
The Dazzlers inset is familiar, featuring some of the flashier players in the NHL on a background that seems inspired by fireworks. These inserts were better looking in previous years. A complete set of earlier years goes for under $200. The go-to low print version in 2023-23 Upper Deck Series 1 is the Pink (1:144 packs).
In its infinite wisdom, Upper Deck decided that what we need in hockey products is portraits of hockey stars as kings. Are they wrong? Not necessarily! This is a fun insert coming in at 1:7 packs. I have never seen anything quite like it, which is already good.
This glitzy-looking insert has an old-school gold look. More than anything else, it reminds me of the aesthetic sense that Trump uses to decorate his bathrooms. The inserts are a revival of an Upper Deck card they used for several sports in the 1990s. They arrive at a rate of one per five packs.
This veteran insert is returning for the 2023/24 release. They tend to be among the most attractive in this product, featuring two juxtaposed action pictures on a colorful background of psychedelic blots.
However, the market value of Star Zone inserts is negligible. There are gold /50 parallels that should hold a somewhat better deal.
A new insert, Star Surge, features young talent with a background of bold colors. The designs are lovely and arrive at 1:7 packs, making them scarce enough to have some value. Look out for the die-cut version (1:240 packs), which looks nice.
A lighthearted insert featuring what looks like a primary school class board featuring a report card. The top of the report card highlights the best skill of the player. The cards are worth very little, as someone bought the entire set for a mere $35.
Review of Autos and Memorabilia cards
Autos and memorabilia hits remain minimal in the Upper Deck flagship release. That was not much of a problem when boxes sold for $100. But you may have expected an improvement with them at $150 and including fewer cards.
But that is not the case. There are auto versions of many cards here, most notably the Young Guns. But generally, do not expect to pull autos here.
2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey value
As I have hinted throughout this review, value is a severe problem for this release. The value balance per card has changed, and not for the better.
So, while the Upper Deck flagship release has in the past offered decent value for a relatively low price, that may be changing right now. Let’s crunch the numbers and see.
The box this year is selling for $150. How does that compare to the current value of packages from recent years? Here are the numbers.
|2018-19 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box||$199.95|
|2019-20 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box||$157.95|
|2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box||$99.95|
|2021-22 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box||$74.95|
|2022-23 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box||$69.95|
The price rise really changes the calculus. All the post-COVID-19 boom boxes sell for a good deal less than the current price. Even the older boxes from before the era when stashing wax was popular are not worth much more than the current price.
Then, keep in mind that the new packages have fewer cards, so may have a lower value. And the rookie class is somewhat questionable. So, there is no question. These boxes are total duds as investments now.
The strength of the Upper Deck flagship has never been in boxes. But it does offer some inserts that have good value in the market, most notably the Young Guns cards.
Let’s look at some outstanding recent sales of singles from this release. I did not put any of the high-selling 2015-16 crop of rookies here, or pre-COVID boom cards in general, to allow for a better comparison.
|2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Alexis LaFreniere High Gloss /10 (Raw)||$2,228|
|2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Cole Caufield /100 Exclusives 201 (Raw)||$2,191|
|2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 Draft Easter Egg #SP-1 Connor Bedard (Raw)||$1,022|
|2022-23 Upper Deck Series 1 Owen Power CLEAR CUT Young Guns (PSA 10)||$899|
It’s easy to see that the most recent Young Guns, even the most elite among them, are not selling for as much as the classic 2015-16 equivalents. Indeed, even the older cards appear to be selling for lower prices.
So, while singles remain the play for the Upper Deck Series 1 release, they are less valuable than expected. I believe we are saying the fancier hockey cards, like the RPAs available in other Upper Deck releases, replace Young Guns as the go-to for hockey fans.
A final word on the 2023-24 Upper Deck Series 1 review
There is very little good news regarding this release. A cut in the number of cards available accompanies the higher price point. The overall value of this release, both in the realm of wax and singles, seems to be declining just as prices are rising.
Even worse, the biggest name in this cohort, Connor Bedard, has been held back and will be included in Series 2. The best thing I can say about this release is that Upper Deck has promptly put it on the market. This seems like an excellent product to avoid.
1 Trevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks
2 Mason McTavish, Anaheim Ducks
3 Frank Vatrano, Anaheim Ducks
4 Isac Lundestrom, Anaheim Ducks
5 Lukas Dostal, Anaheim Ducks
6 Dylan Guenther, Arizona Coyotes
7 J.J. Moser, Arizona Coyotes
8 Juuso Valimaki, Arizona Coyotes
9 Matias Maccelli, Arizona Coyotes
10 Jack McBain, Arizona Coyotes
11 Jake DeBrusk, Boston Bruins
12 Trent Frederic, Boston Bruins
13 Hampus Lindholm, Boston Bruins
14 Charlie McAvoy, Boston Bruins
15 Jeremy Swayman, Boston Bruins
16 Taylor Hall, Boston Bruins
17 Tage Thompson, Buffalo Sabres
18 Dylan Cozens, Buffalo Sabres
19 Peyton Krebs, Buffalo Sabres
20 Owen Power, Buffalo Sabres
21 Rasmus Dahlin, Buffalo Sabres
22 Mattias Samuelsson, Buffalo Sabres
23 Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen, Buffalo Sabres
24 Dillon Dube, Calgary Flames
25 Elias Lindholm, Calgary Flames
26 Nazem Kadri, Calgary Flames
27 Mikael Backlund, Calgary Flames
28 Noah Hanifin, Calgary Flames
29 Dan Vladar, Calgary Flames
30 Sebastian Aho, Carolina Hurricanes
31 Seth Jarvis, Carolina Hurricanes
32 Teuvo Teravainen, Carolina Hurricanes
33 Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Carolina Hurricanes
34 Brett Pesce, Carolina Hurricanes
35 Jaccob Slavin, Carolina Hurricanes
36 Lukas Reichel, Chicago Blackhawks
37 Tyler Johnson, Chicago Blackhawks
38 Taylor Raddysh, Chicago Blackhawks
39 Seth Jones, Chicago Blackhawks
40 Petr Mrazek, Chicago Blackhawks
41 Artturi Lehkonen, Colorado Avalanche
42 Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche
43 Valeri Nichushkin, Colorado Avalanche
44 Mikko Rantanen, Colorado Avalanche
45 Denis Malgin, Colorado Avalanche
46 Devon Toews, Colorado Avalanche
47 Bowen Byram, Colorado Avalanche
48 Johnny Gaudreau, Columbus Blue Jackets
49 Kirill Marchenko, Columbus Blue Jackets
50 Patrik Laine, Columbus Blue Jackets
51 Andrew Peeke, Columbus Blue Jackets
52 Adam Boqvist, Columbus Blue Jackets
53 David Jiricek, Columbus Blue Jackets
54 Yegor Chinakhov, Columbus Blue Jackets
55 Roope Hintz, Dallas Stars
56 Joe Pavelski, Dallas Stars
57 Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars
58 Jamie Benn, Dallas Stars
59 Radek Faksa, Dallas Stars
60 Jake Oettinger, Dallas Stars
61 Dominik Kubalik, Detroit Red Wings
62 David Perron, Detroit Red Wings
63 Joe Veleno, Detroit Red Wings
64 Moritz Seider, Detroit Red Wings
65 Ben Chiarot, Detroit Red Wings
66 Robby Fabbri, Detroit Red Wings
67 Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers
68 Zach Hyman, Edmonton Oilers
69 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Edmonton Oilers
70 Cody Ceci, Edmonton Oilers
71 Evan Bouchard, Edmonton Oilers
72 Jack Campbell, Edmonton Oilers
73 Evander Kane, Edmonton Oilers
74 Matthew Tkachuk, Florida Panthers
75 Sam Reinhart, Florida Panthers
76 Anthony Duclair, Florida Panthers
77 Aaron Ekblad, Florida Panthers
78 Brandon Montour, Florida Panthers
79 Sergei Bobrovsky, Florida Panthers
80 Sam Bennett, Florida Panthers
81 Quinton Byfield, Los Angeles Kings
82 Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles Kings
83 Adrian Kempe, Los Angeles Kings
84 Alex Iafallo, Los Angeles Kings
85 Arthur Kaliyev, Los Angeles Kings
86 Mikey Anderson, Los Angeles Kings
87 Pheonix Copley, Los Angeles Kings
88 Kirill Kaprizov, Minnesota Wild
89 Matt Boldy, Minnesota Wild
90 Jacob Middleton, Minnesota Wild
91 Jared Spurgeon, Minnesota Wild
92 Calen Addison, Minnesota Wild
93 Marc-Andre Fleury, Minnesota Wild
94 Nick Suzuki, Montreal Canadiens
95 Rafael Harvey-Pinard, Montreal Canadiens
96 Josh Anderson, Montreal Canadiens
97 Kaiden Guhle, Montreal Canadiens
98 Kirby Dach, Montreal Canadiens
99 Juraj Slafkovsky, Montreal Canadiens
100 Arber Xhekaj, Montreal Canadiens
101 Cody Glass, Nashville Predators
102 Matt Duchene, Nashville Predators
103 Alexandre Carrier, Nashville Predators
104 Tyson Barrie, Nashville Predators
105 Juuso Parssinen, Nashville Predators
106 Filip Forsberg, Nashville Predators
107 Kevin Lankinen, Nashville Predators
108 Dawson Mercer, New Jersey Devils
109 Jack Hughes, New Jersey Devils
110 Jesper Boqvist, New Jersey Devils
111 Michael McLeod, New Jersey Devils
112 Dougie Hamilton, New Jersey Devils
113 Vitek Vanecek, New Jersey Devils
114 Bo Horvat, New York Islanders
115 Anders Lee, New York Islanders
116 Ryan Pulock, New York Islanders
117 Noah Dobson, New York Islanders
118 Mathew Barzal, New York Islanders
119 Jean-Gabriel Pageau, New York Islanders
120 Mika Zibanejad, New York Rangers
121 Artemi Panarin, New York Rangers
122 Filip Chytil, New York Rangers
123 Kaapo Kakko, New York Rangers
124 Adam Fox, New York Rangers
125 K’Andre Miller, New York Rangers
126 Brady Tkachuk, Ottawa Senators
127 Claude Giroux, Ottawa Senators
128 Shane Pinto, Ottawa Senators
129 Mathieu Joseph, Ottawa Senators
130 Thomas Chabot, Ottawa Senators
131 Jakob Chychrun, Ottawa Senators
132 Morgan Frost, Philadelphia Flyers
133 Scott Laughton, Philadelphia Flyers
134 Noah Cates, Philadelphia Flyers
135 Ivan Provorov, Philadelphia Flyers
136 Nick Seeler, Philadelphia Flyers
137 Travis Konecny, Philadelphia Flyers
138 Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins
139 Bryan Rust, Pittsburgh Penguins
140 Mikael Granlund, Pittsburgh Penguins
141 Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins
142 Jeff Petry, Pittsburgh Penguins
143 William Eklund, San Jose Sharks
144 Tomas Hertl, San Jose Sharks
145 Logan Couture, San Jose Sharks
146 Alexander Barabanov, San Jose Sharks
147 Kevin Labanc, San Jose Sharks
148 Matt Benning, San Jose Sharks
149 Matty Beniers, Seattle Kraken
150 Jordan Eberle, Seattle Kraken
151 Jaden Schwartz, Seattle Kraken
152 Yanni Gourde, Seattle Kraken
153 Adam Larsson, Seattle Kraken
154 Philipp Grubauer, Seattle Kraken
155 Alexey Toropchenko, St. Louis Blues
156 Robert Thomas, St. Louis Blues
157 Kasperi Kapanen, St. Louis Blues
158 Brayden Schenn, St. Louis Blues
159 Nick Leddy, St. Louis Blues
160 Torey Krug, St. Louis Blues
161 Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning
162 Nikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay Lightning
163 Nick Paul, Tampa Bay Lightning
164 Tanner Jeannot, Tampa Bay Lightning
165 Erik Cernak, Tampa Bay Lightning
166 Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Lightning
167 Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs
168 John Tavares, Toronto Maple Leafs
169 Sam Lafferty, Toronto Maple Leafs
170 T.J. Brodie, Toronto Maple Leafs
171 Mark Giordano, Toronto Maple Leafs
172 Matt Murray, Toronto Maple Leafs
173 Conor Timmins, Toronto Maple Leafs
174 Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks
175 Anthony Beauvillier, Vancouver Canucks
176 Brock Boeser, Vancouver Canucks
177 Conor Garland, Vancouver Canucks
178 Sheldon Dries, Vancouver Canucks
179 Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Vancouver Canucks
180 Jonathan Marchessault, Vegas Golden Knights
181 William Karlsson, Vegas Golden Knights
182 Keegan Kolesar, Vegas Golden Knights
183 Alec Martinez, Vegas Golden Knights
184 Alex Pietrangelo, Vegas Golden Knights
185 Logan Thompson, Vegas Golden Knights
186 Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washington Capitals
187 Tom Wilson, Washington Capitals
188 Sonny Milano, Washington Capitals
189 Dylan Strome, Washington Capitals
190 Nic Dowd, Washington Capitals
191 Darcy Kuemper, Washington Capitals
192 Nick Jensen, Washington Capitals
193 Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg Jets
194 Blake Wheeler, Winnipeg Jets
195 Adam Lowry, Winnipeg Jets
196 Josh Morrissey, Winnipeg Jets
197 Nate Schmidt, Winnipeg Jets
198 Cole Perfetti, Winnipeg Jets
199 Connor McDavid / Steven Stamkos, Edmonton Oilers / Tampa Bay Lightning – Checklist
200 Nathan MacKinnon / Kirill Kaprizov, Colorado Avalanche / Minnesota Wild – Checklist