The draft picks

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Finally, we have some clarity in terms of how many draft picks the Kings will have next week — the number is 15 — and where they are. Click below to see how the picks from other teams were acquired.

Round Overall Selection

1 2nd
1 28th (From Dallas)
2 32nd
2 48th (From Calgary)
2 61st (From Detroit)
3 63rd
3 81st (From NY Rangers)
3 88th (From Philadelphia)
4 92nd (From Tampa Bay)
4 101st (From Vancouver)
5 123rd
6 153rd
6 179th (From Dallas)
7 183rd
7 185th (From Anaheim)

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– The Kings received the 28th overall selection from Dallas on Feb. 27, 2007. On that date, the Kings acquired Dallas’ second round (Oscar Moller) and third round (Bryan Cameron) selections in the 2007 draft and Dallas’ first round selection in the 2008 draft, along with Johan Fransson and Jaroslav Modry, for the Kings’ third round and fourth round selections in the 2007 draft, Mattias Norstrom and Konstantin Pushkarev.

– The Kings received the 48th overall selection from Calgary on Jan. 29, 2007. On that date, the Kings acquired Jamie Lundmark, Calgary’s fourth round selection in the 2007 draft (Dwight King) and Calgary’s second round selection in the 2008 draft for Craig Conroy.

– The Kings received the 61st overall selection from Detroit on Feb. 26, 2008. On that date, the Kings acquired Detroit’s second round selection in the 2008 draft and Detroit’s fourth round selection in the 2009 draft for Brad Stuart.

– The Kings received the 81st overall selection from the New York Rangers on Feb. 5, 2007. On that date, the Kings acquired Marc-Andre Cliche, Jan Marek, Jason Ward and the Rangers’ third round selection in the 2008 draft for Sean Avery and John Seymour.

– The Kings received the 88th overall selection from Philadelphia on Feb. 19, 2008. On that date, the Kings acquired Philadelphia’s third round selection in the 2008 draft for Jaroslav Modry.

– The Kings received the 92nd overall selection from Tampa Bay on Jan. 20, 2007. On that date, the Kings acquired Tampa Bay’s fourth round selection in the 2008 draft for Ryan Munce.

– The Kings received the 101st overall selection from Vancouver on Feb. 26, 2007. On that date, the Kings acquired Vancouver’s second round selection (previously acquired from Anaheim) in the 2007 draft (Wayne Simmonds) and Vancouver’s fourth round selection in the 2008 draft for Brent Sopel.

– The Kings received the 179th overall selection from Dallas on Dec. 10, 2007. On that date, the Kings acquired Dallas’ sixth round selection in the 2008 draft for Evgeny Federov.

– The Kings received the 185th overall selection from Anaheim (previously acquired from St. Louis) on Feb. 26, 2008. On that date, the Kings acquired Anaheim’s seventh round selection in the 2008 draft for Jean-Sebastien Aubin.

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  • anthony

    To Nashville
    -Lord Cammi
    -Lauri Tukonen
    -Tom Preissing
    -28th (Dallas) pick
    -32nd pick
    -another prospect

    To L.A.
    -Ryan Suter OR Shea Weber
    -Alexander Radulov

    Thhoughts

  • beingbobbyorr

    Package all of the following:

    1 28th (From Dallas)
    2 32nd
    2 48th (From Calgary)
    2 61st (From Detroit)

    (maybe have to add Squid?) and try to get another 1st-round pick somewhere in the 3-7 spot.

    Doughty or Bogosian with the #2, then whichever of Peiterangelo, Schenn, or Myers falls to the #3-7 pick.

    None of the teams with those picks will go for it, but it’s a nice fantasy, and that’s what internet message boards are for in the summer.

  • TeamHasHoles

    My Prediction:
    The Kings will use Dallas’ 1st rounder and Calgary’s 2nd rounder plus a player (Cammalleri?) to get some team’s somewhat proven ’82-’85 born defenseman (who may be a future cap casualty for that team) and move back into the Top #10 or #15 of the 1st round for yet another defense prospect. All of a sudden the Kings wouldn’t be all that thin on the backline reserve list when you add Doughty or Bogosian with the 2nd pick overall.

  • Lou

    Anthony,

    Thoughts on your trade proposal. Looking at it and thinking about it for a few minutes it almost seems a little to much going to nashville, but radulov ups the ante. I would do the trade you mentioned.

  • DellaNooch

    Thoughts -

    Way too much…just because you hate Cammy and he had an injury riddled and disappointing season last year doesn’t make him amount to a bag of pucks. This guy is going to put up 80 points next season, 35 of which will be goals. Radulov will not and they’re not too far off on age. Shea Weber or Suter would be worth taking a risk on, but again, because Preissing had a bad year, doesn’t mean he’s worth a water bottle or two.

    Dallas pick
    Pressing
    Cammy

    Radulov
    Weber
    And some guy taking up too much cap space.

    If you pull that off you’re a good GM…if you give the farm away like you’re suggesting, this team will only see short term limited gains and you’ll continually trade away the future in hope that one player will make up the difference in a team sport.

    In conclusion, This trade will never happen, those guys for Nashville are their future, it would be like trading JMFJ and Kopitar. Not going to happen.

  • brianguy

    I’m wondering what happened to this one…… any help Rich?

    * The Dallas Stars’ fourth round pick will go to the Los Angeles Kings due to a trade on January 20, 2007 that sent Ryan Munce to Tampa Bay Lightning and this pick to Los Angeles. Tampa Bay acquired this pick previously due to a trade on July 2, 2006 that sent Darryl Sydor to Dallas in exchange for that pick.

  • brianguy

    well, I looked it up, apparently Dallas’ 4th round pick that we had went to Ottawa. I’m not sure for what, but I know there was a trade involving Ottawa.. so it makes sense.

  • DP

    Have you done a mock draft of your own Rich?