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Encyclopedia > 1971 NHL Amateur Draft

The 1971 NHL Amateur Draft was held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Contents

Selections by Round

Below are listed the selections in the 1971 NHL Amateur Draft.

Selections By Round

Round 1

1. Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens


2. Marcel Dionne - Detroit Red Wings


3. Jocelyn Guevremont - Vancouver Canucks


4. Gene Carr - St. Louis Blues


5. Rick Martin - Buffalo Sabres


6. Ron Jones - Boston Bruins


7. Chuck Arnason - Montreal Canadiens


8. Larry Wright - Philadelphia Flyers


9. Pierre Plante - Philadelphia Flyers


10. Steve Vickers - New York Rangers


11. Murray Wilson - Montreal Canadiens


12. Dan Spring - Chicago Blackhawks


13. Steve Durbano - New York Rangers


14. Terry O'Reilly - Boston Bruins


Round 2

15. Ken Baird - California Golden Seals


16. Henry Boucha - Detroit Red Wings


17. Bobby Lalonde - Vancouver Canucks


18. Brian McKenzie - Pittsburgh Penguins


19. Craig Ramsay - Buffalo Sabres


20. Larry Robinson - Montreal Canadiens


21. Rod Norrish - Minnesota North Stars


22. Rick Kehoe - Toronto Maple Leafs


23. Dave Fortier - Toronto Maple Leafs


24. Michel DeGuise - Montreal Canadiens


25. Terry French - Montreal Canadiens


26. Dave Kryskow - Chicago Blackhawks


27. Tom Williams - New York Rangers


28. Curt Ridley - Boston Bruins


Round 3

29. Rich Leduc - California Golden Seals


30. Ralph Hopiavouri - Toronto Maple Leafs


31. Jim Cahoon - Montreal Canadiens


32. Joe Noris - Pittsburgh Penguins


33. Bill Hajt - Buffalo Sabres


34. Vic Venasky - Los Angeles Kings


35. Ron Wilson - Minnesota North Stars


36. Glen Irwin - Philadelphia Flyers


37. Gavin Kirk - Toronto Maple Leafs


38. John Garrett - St. Louis Blues


39. Richard Lemieux - Vancouver Canucks


40. Bob Peppler - Chicago Blackhawks


41. Terry West - New York Rangers


42. Dave Bonter - Boston Bruins


Round 4

43. Hartland Monahan - California Golden Seals


44. George Hulme - Detroit Red Wings


45. Ed Sidebottom - Montreal Canadiens


46. Gerry Methe - Pittsburgh Penguins


47. Bob Richer - Buffalo Sabres


48. Neil Komadoski - Los Angeles Kings


49. Mike Legge - Minnesota North Stars


50. Ted Scharf - Philadelphia Flyers


51. Rick Cunningham - Toronto Maple Leafs


52. Derek Harker - St. Louis Blues


53. Greg Hubick - Montreal Canadiens


54. Clyde Simon - Chicago Blackhawks


55. Jerry Butler - New York Rangers


56. Dave Hynes - Boston Bruins


Round 5

57. Ray Belanger - California Golden Seals


58. Earl Anderson - Detroit Red Wings


59. Mike McNiven - Vancouver Canucks


60. Dave Murphy - Pittsburgh Penguins


61. Steve Warr - Buffalo Sabres


62. Gary Crosby - Los Angeles Kings


63. Brian McBratney - Minnesota North Stars


64. Don McCullouch - Philadelphia Flyers


65. Bob Sykes - Toronto Maple Leafs


66. Wayne Gibbs - St. Louis Blues


67. Mike Busniuk - Montreal Canadiens


68. Dean Blais - Chicago Blackhawks


69. Fraser Robertson - New York Rangers


70. Bert Scott - Boston Bruins


Round 6

71. Gerry Egers - California Golden Seals


72. Charlie Shaw - Detroit Red Wings


73. Tim Steeves - Vancouver Canucks


74. Ian Williams - Pittsburgh Penguins


75. Pierre Duguay - Buffalo Sabres


76. Camille LaPierre - Los Angeles Kings


77. Alan Globensky - Minnesota North Stars


78. Yvon Bilodeau - Philadelphia Flyers


79. Mike Ruest - Toronto Maple Leafs


80. Bernie Doan - St. Louis Blues


81. Ross Butler - Montreal Canadiens


82. Jim Johnston - Chicago Blackhawks


83. Wayne Wood - New York Rangers


84. Bob McMahon - Boston Bruins


Round 7

85. Al Simmons - California Golden Seals


86. Jim Nahrgang - Detroit Red Wings


87. Bill Green - Vancouver Canucks


88. Doug Elliott - Pittsburgh Penguins


89. Peter Harasym - Los Angeles Kings


90. Norm Dube - Los Angeles Kings


91. Bruce Abbey - Minnesota North Stars


92. Bobby Gerard - Philadelphia Flyers


93. Dale Smedsmo - Toronto Maple Leafs


94. Dave Smith - St. Louis Blues


95. Peter Sullivan - Montreal Canadiens


96. Doug Keeler - New York Rangers


97. Jean-Denis Royal - New York Rangers


98. Steve Johnson - Toronto Maple Leafs


Round 8

99. Angus Beck - California Golden Seals


100. Bob Boyd - Detroit Red Wings


101. Norm Cherrey - Vancouver Canucks


102. Bob Murphy - Vancouver Canucks


103. Lorne Stamler - Los Angeles Kings


104. Rod Lyons - California Golden Seals


105. Russ Friesen - Minnesota North Stars


106. Jerome Mrazek - Philadelphia Flyers


107. Bob Burns - Toronto Maple Leafs


108. Jim Collins - St. Louis Blues


109. Gene Sobchuk - New York Rangers


110. Jim Ivison - New York Rangers


Round 9

111. Andre Peloffy - New York Rangers


112. Elston Evoy - New York Rangers


113. Mike Antonovich - Minnesota North Stars


114. Gerry Lecomte - New York Rangers


Round 10

115. Wayne Forsey - New York Rangers


116. Bill Forrest - New York Rangers


117. Rich Coutu - Minnesota North Stars

Preceded by:
1970 NHL Amateur Draft
NHL Entry Draft

Followed by:
1972 NHL Amateur Draft



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