2021 NHL expansion draft: Full list of Seattle Kraken picks

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Full list of all 30 expansion draft picks by the Kraken originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

The Dave Hakstol-led Kraken assembled their first-ever roster Wednesday night in the NHL expansion draft.

The picks were officially announced in Seattle as the Kraken took a player from each NHL club, excluding the Golden Knights.

Here are all 30 selections:

  • Colorado Avalanche — Joonas Donskoi (forward)

  • Chicago Blackhawks — John Quenneville (forward)

  • Columbus Blue Jackets — Gavin Bayreuther (defenseman)

  • St. Louis Blues — Vince Dunn (defenseman)

  • Boston BruinsJeremy Lauzon (defenseman)

  • Montreal Canadiens — Cale Fleury (defenseman)

  • Vancouver Canucks — Kole Lind (forward)

  • Washington Capitals — Vitek Vanecek (goalie)

  • Arizona CoyotesTyler Pitlick (forward)

  • New Jersey Devils — Nathan Bastian (forward)

  • Anaheim Ducks — Haydn Fleury (defenseman)

  • Calgary Flames — Mark Giordano (defenseman)

  • Philadelphia Flyers — Carsen Twarynski (forward)

  • Carolina Hurricanes — Morgan Geekie (forward)

  • New York Islanders — Jordan Eberle (forward)

  • Winnipeg Jets — Mason Appleton (forward)

  • Los Angeles Kings — Kurtis MacDermid (defenseman)

  • Tampa Bay Lightning — Yanni Gourde (forward)

  • Toronto Maple Leafs — Jared McCann (forward)

  • Edmonton Oilers — Adam Larsson (defenseman)

  • Florida Panthers — Chris Driedger (goalie)

  • Pittsburgh Penguins — Brandon Tanev (forward)

  • Nashville Predators — Calle Jarnkrok (forward)

  • New York Rangers — Colin Blackwell (forward)

  • Detroit Red Wings — Dennis Cholowski (defenseman)

  • Buffalo Sabres — William Borgen (defenseman)

  • Ottawa Senators — Joey Daccord (goalie)

  • San Jose Sharks — Alexander True (forward)

  • Dallas Stars — Jamie Oleksiak (defenseman)

  • Minnesota Wild — Carson Soucy (defenseman)