NHL Draft Choices by NCAA School

NHL Talent Producers

1. Michigan – BIG 10
2. Boston College – HOCKEY EAST
3. North Dakota – NCHC
4. Minnesota – BIG 10
5. Wisconsin – BIG 10
6. Boston University – HOCKEY EAST
7. Providence – HOCKEY EAST
8. Notre Dame – HOCKEY EAST
9. Harvard – ECAC
10. New Hampshire – HOCKEY EAST
11. Nebraska-Omaha – NCHC
12. Denver – NCHC
13. Maine – HOCKEY EAST
14. St. Cloud St. – NCHC
15. Connecticut – HOCKEY EAST

2015

Jack Eichel – Boston University
Noah Hanifin – Boston College
Zach Werenski – Michigan
Kyle Connor – Michigan
Colin White – Boston College
Brock Boeser – North Dakota
Jack Roslovic – Miami

Jordan Greenway – Boston University

Erik Foley – Providence
Brent Gates – Minnesota
Tom Novak – Minnesota
Mike Robinson – New Hampshire (17’)
Matej Tomek – North Dakota
Dennis Gilbert – Notre Dame

Will Borgen – St. Cloud State
Ryan Shea – Northeastern (16’)

Luke Stevens – Yale (16’)
Karach Bachman – Miami (16’)
Joe Cecconi – Michigan
Chase Pearson – Maine (16’)
Troy Terry – Denver
Adam Gaudette – Northeastern (16’)
Ryan Zuhlsdorf – Minnesota (16’)
Kris Oldham – Nebraska-Omaha (16’)
John Marino – Yale (16’)
Jake Massie – Vermont (16’)
Bret Seney – Merrimack
Cooper Marody – Michigan
Adam Parsells – Wisconsin (16’)
Chris Wilkie – North Dakota
Cam Hughes – Wisconsin
Frederick Tiffels – Western Michigan
Mason Appleton – Michigan State (16’)
David Cotton – Boston College (16’)
Patrick Holway – Maine (16’)
Nick Boka – Michigan
Andong Song –
Tyler Moy – Harvard
Steven Ruggiero – Providence
Garrett Metcalf – Massachusetts-Lowell (16’)
Adam Huska – Connecticut (16’)
Pat Shea – Maine (16’)
Jake Kupsky – Union
Marcus Vela – New Hampshire
Matt Roy – Michigan Tech
Jack Becker – Wisconsin (16’)
Nikita Pavlychov – Penn State (16’)
Joe Daccord – Arizona State (16’)
Jack Sadek – Minnesota
Ryan Bednard – Bowling Green (16’)

Carl DeLucia

2014

Dylan Larkin – Michigan
Alex Tuch – Boston College
Nick Schmaltz – North Dakota

Thatcher Demko – Boston College
Josh Jacobs – Michigan State (to Sarnia)
Jack Dougherty – Wisconsin (to Portland)
Maxim Letunov – Connecticut
Brandon Montour – Massachusetts
Ryan Donato – Harvard
Warren Foegele – New Hampshire (to Kingston)
Jack Glover – Minnesota
Miles Gendron – Connecticut
Jake Walman – Providence
Mark Friedman – Bowling Green
Beau Starrett – Cornell
Joe Wegweth – Notre Dame
Frederik Olofsson – Nebraska-Omaha
Shane Eiserman – New Hampshire
JJ Piccinich – Boston University (to London)
Michael Prapavessis – RPI
Devon Toews – Quinnipiac
Austin Poganski – North Dakota
Zach Nagelvoort – Michigan
Sam Lafferty – Brown
Danton Heinen – Denver
Steven Johnson – Minnesota

Max Williman – Brown
Matthew Berkovitz – Wisconsin (16’)
Nikolas Koberstein – Alaska-Fairbanks
Dakota Joshua – Ohio State
Chris Franklin – Minnesota State
Shane Gesich – North Dakota
Chase Perry – Colorado College (to RPI)
Liam Coughlin – Vermont
Tyler Bird – Brown
Luc Snuggerud – Nebraska-Omaha
Miguel Fiddler – Ohio State
Tyler Nanne – Ohio State
Anthony Angello – Cornell
Anders Bjork – Notre Dame
Chris Brown – Boston College

Joey Dudek – Boston College
Tyler Vesey – Nebraska-Omaha
Kyle Schempp – Ferris State
Nolan Vesey – Maine
Steven Spinner – Nebraska-Omaha
Hayden Hawkey – Providence
Dylan Sikura – Northeastern
Kelly Summers – Clarkson
Jared Fiegl – Cornell
Dwyer Tschantz – Cornell
Jeff Taylor – Union
Matt Ustaski – Wisconsin
Jack Ramsey – Minnesota
Jake Evans – Notre Dame

2013

Ian McCoshen – Boston College
Jay Compher – Michigan
Connor Hurley – Notre Dame
Steven Santini – Boston College
Gustaf Oloffson – Colorado College
Zach Sanford – Boston College

Adam Tambelli –
Brett Pesce – New Hampshire
Eamon McAdam – Penn State
John Hayden – Yale
Taylor Cammarata – Minnesota
Jake Guentzel – Nebraska-Omaha
Keaton Thompson – North Dakota

Evan Cowley – Denver
Michael Downing – Michigan
Matt Buckles – Cornell
Miles Wood – Boston College
Andrew Copp – Michigan
Stephon Williams – Minnesota State
David Pope – Nebraska-Omaha
Aidan Muir – Western Michigan
Hudson Fasching – Minnesota
Ryan Segalla – Connecticut
Ryan Fitzgerald – Boston College
Tyler Motte – Michigan

Will Butcher – Denver
Tucker Poolman – North Dakota
Cal Petersen – Notre Dame
Terrance Amorosa – Clarkson
Evan Campbell – Massachusetts-Lowell
Connor Clifford – Quinnipiac
Luke Johnson – North Dakota
Teemu Kivihalme – Colorado College
Carson Soucy – Minnesota-Duluth
Michael Brodzinski – Minnesota
Anthony Florentino – Providence
Grant Besse – Wisconsin
John Brodzinski – St. Cloud State
Wiley Sherman – Harvard
Gage Ausmus – North Dakota

Ben Storm – St. Cloud State
Tim Harrison – Colgate
Sean Malone – Harvard
Chris LeBlanc – Merrimack
Merrick Madsen – Harvard
Dane Birks – Michigan Tech
Avery Peterson – Nebraska-Omaha
Quinten Shore – Denver
Blaine Byron – Maine
Anthony Louis – Miami
Mike Williamson – Penn State

Wade Murphy – North Dakota
Jedd Soleway – Wisconsin
David Drake – Connecticut
Nolan DeJong – Michigan
John Gilmour – Providence
Jake Johnson – Michigan Tech
Troy Josephs – Clarkson

 

Boston College (15)
Hanafin*- 15’
White* – 15’
Cotton -15’
Tuch* – 14’
Demko*- 14’
C.Brown- 14’
Dudek- 14’
McCoshen* – 13’
Santini – 13’
Sanford – 13’
Wood – 13’
Fitzgerald – 13’
Matheson* – 12’
Calnan – 12’
Gilmour – 12’

North Dakota (13)
Boeser* – 15’
Tomek – 15’
Wilkie – 15’
Schmaltz* – 14’
Poganski – 14’
Geirsh – 14’
Thompson – 13’
Poolman – 13’
Johnson – 13’
Ausmus – 13’
Murphy – 13’
Schmaltz* – 12’
LaDue – 12’

Michigan (14)
Werenski* – 15’
Connor* – 15’
Cecconi – 15’
Marody – 15’
Boka – 15’
Larkin* – 14’
Nagelvoort – 14’
Compher – 13’
DeJong – 13’
Downing – 13’
Motte – 13’
Trouba*-12’
Di Giuseppe – 12’
Nieves – 12’

Notre Dame (9)
Gilbert – 15’
Wegwerth – 14’
Bjork – 14’
Evans – 14’
Hurley – 13’
Petersen – 13’
DiPauli – 12’
Wuthrich – 12’
Hinostroza – 12’

Boston University (10)
Eichel* – 15’
Greenway – 15’
Greer – 14’ – (to QMJHL)
Piccinich – 14’ (to OHL)
Grzelcyk – 12’
Kurker – 12’ (transfer to Northeastern)
Somerby – 12’
O’Regan – 12’
Baillargeon – 12’
Collier – 12’ (transfer to Northeastern)

Minnesota (11)
Gates – 15’
Novak – 15’
Zuhlsdorf – 15’
Sadek – 15’
Glover – 15’
Ramsey – 14’
Cammarata – 13’
Fasching – 13’
Brodzinski – 13’
Skeji* – 12’
Bischoff – 12’

Providence (8)
Foley – 15’
Ruggiero – 15’
Walman – 14’
Hawkey – 14’
Florentino – 13’
Gilmour – 13’
Jankowski – 12’
Gillies – 12’

Wisconsin (11)
Parsells – 15’
Hughes – 15’
Becker – 15’
Dougherty – 14’ – (to OHL)
Berkovitz – 14’
Ustaski – 14’
Bessee – 13’
Soleway – 13’
Kerdiles – 12’
McCabe – 12’
Woods – 12’

Nebraska-Omaha – 11
New Hampshire – 5
Cornell – 6
Maine – 7
Brown – 3
Northeastern – 5
Connecticut – 5
Ohio State – 5
Harvard – 5
Colgate – 1
Clarkson – 3
Lowell – 2
Quinnipiac – 1
Denver – 4
Penn State – 2
Colorado – 3
Duluth – 1
Yale – 2
Western Mich – 3
St. Cloud St – 3
Mankato – 2
Merrimack – 1
Mich Tech – 3
Miami – 3
RPI – 2
Michigan St – 4 (12’ only)
Union – 3
Arizona St – 1
Alaska-Fairbanks – 2

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