2010 NHL Entry Draft

Rangers' 2010 Entry Draft Picks at a Glance

Blueshirts scheduled to pick up a total of five players in Los Angeles

Saturday, 06.26.2010 / 8:06 PM / 2010 NHL Entry Draft
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Rangers\' 2010 Entry Draft Picks at a Glance
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Here is a look at the six players taken by the Rangers in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Players are listed by the round in which they were drafted:


PLAYERS DRAFTED BY THE RANGERS
RANKINGS 

Dylan McIlrath
Dylan McIlrath ROUND 1, No. 10 Overall
Defense (Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL)   VIDEO: Profile | At Combine
Height: 6-4 - Weight: 212 - Shot: Right - Born: April 20, 1992
2009-10: 65 games; 7 goals; 17 assists; 24 points; 169 PIM; Plus-20
NOTES: Had 19 fighting majors in 2009-10 and had a productive second half of the season with 16 of his 24 points after Jan. 1. Hits hard and is widely considered toughest player in draft.  Nicknamed "Big Mac Truck".
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba  (Canadian)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 17
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
26 31 22

Christian Thomas
Christian Thomas ROUND 2, No. 40 Overall
Right Wing (Oshawa Generals, Ontario Hockey League)
Height: 5-9 - Weight: 162 - Shot: Right - Born: May 26, 1992
2009-10: 64 games; 41 goals; 25 assists; 66 points; 27 PIM; Minus-10
NOTES: Great speed, work ethic make up for lack of size. Son of longtime NHLer Steve Thomas had breakout year to rank 7th in league in goals and tie for second with 4 shorthanded goals. Had 2 goals at World Under-18s.
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario  (Canadian)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 69
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
-- 85 84

Andrew Yogan
Andrew Yogan ROUND 4, No. 100 Overall
Center (Erie Otters, OHL)   VIDEO: Profile | Interview | Mic'd Up
Height: 6-3 - Weight: 205 - Shot: Left - Born: Dec. 4, 1991
2009-10: 63 games; 25 goals; 30 assists; 55 points; 97 PIM; Minus-10
NOTES: Has great size with good stickhandling ability and overall strong offensive skills. A hard-worker with very good speed who has proven in OHL that he can finish. Grew up in South Florida as an avid Panthers fan.
Hometown: Coral Springs, Florida  (American)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 61
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
69 65 89

Jason Wilson
Jason Wilson ROUND 5, No. 130 Overall
Left Wing (Owen Sound Attack, Ontario Hockey League)
Height: 6-2 - Weight: 205 - Shot: Left - Born: April 15, 1990
2009-10: 48 games; 17 goals; 18 assists; 35 points; 101 PIM; Minus-11
NOTES: Teammate of Rangers goaltending prospect Scott Stajcer at Owen Sound is 20-year-old power forward who was in his last year of eligibility for draft. Also a former teammate of Michael Del Zotto at London.
Hometown: Richmond Hill, Ontario  (Canadian)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Not Ranked
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
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Jesper Fasth
Jesper Fasth ROUND 6, No. 157 Overall
Right Wing (Jonkoping HV-71, Sweden Junior)
Height: 5-11 - Weight: 165 - Shot: Right - Born: Dec. 2, 1991
2009-10: 37 games; 23 goals; 26 assists; 48 points; 10 PIM; Plus-16
NOTES: Remarkably speedy center who is particularly good at changing direction. Tremendous energy player and great stick-handler shoots very well on the fly. Appeared in two games vs. men for HV-71 Elitserien team.
Hometown: Nassjo, Sweden  (Swedish)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 33
(European skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
-- -- 110

Randy McNaught
Randy McNaught ROUND 7, No. 190 Overall
Right Wing (Saskatoon Blades, Western Hockey League)
Height: 6-4 - Weight: 222 - Shot: Right - Born: Aug. 5, 1990
2009-10: 65 games; 6 goals; 6 assists; 12 points; 163 PIM; Minus-6
NOTES: Huge, tough forward always willing to drop gloves to protect teammates. Like Dale Weise in 2008, he was playing in the WHL during his final year of draft eligibility after slipping through two previous NHL drafts.
Hometown: Nanaimo, British Columbia  (Canadian)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Not Ranked
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
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NOTES: The Rangers traded defenseman Bobby Sanguinetti to the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for a 2010 sixth-round pick (No. 157 overall) and Washington's 2011 second-round pick, which had been previously obtained by the Hurricanes.