First Round - 20th Overall
Heinola, 18, tallied 14 points (2G, 12A) in 34 games with Lukko in Liiga last season. He also had nine points (1G, 8A) with Lukko’s U20 team. Heinola was a member of Finland’s gold medal-winning team in the 2019 World Junior Championship, netting two points (1G, 1A) in five games. He also played for Finland at the 2019 U18 World Championship where he had four points (1G, 3A) in five games.
Second Round - 51st Overall
Lundmark, 18, had three assists in 29 games with Linkopings in the Swedish Hockey League. He also suited for the Linkopings U20 team and tallied 17 points (2G, 15A) in 25 games. He played for Sweden at the 2017 U-17 World Hockey Challenge and helped Sweden win the gold medal.
Fourth Round - 113th Overall
Nikkanen, 18, played in nine games with Jukurit in Liiga and scored two goals. The product of Mikkeli, Finland also had a goal in two games for Kettera in Mestis in Finland and had nine points (2G, 7A) in 14 games with Jukurit’s U20 team. In 2017-18, Nikkanen tallied 38 points (20G, 18A) in 50 games with JYP’s U20 team. He represented Finland at the 2017 U-17 World Hockey Challenge, netting five points (3G, 2A) in five games.
Fifth Round - 134th Overall
Blaisdell, 18, has played the last two seasons for the Chilliwack Chiefs in the BCHL. Last season, he racked up 58 points (33G, 25A) in 51 games. He won the RBC Cup with Chilliwack during the 2017-18 season. He played for Canada White at the 2018 U17 World Hockey Challenge and Canada West at the past two World Junior A Challenge Tournaments, winning gold in 2018. He is committed to play at the University of North Dakota.
Fifth Round - 144th Overall
Neaton, 20, is coming off a standout season in which he led the Prince George Spruce Kings to the BCHL title. In 47 regular season games with the Spruce Kings, he went 32-8-5 with a 1.92 goals-against average and .914 save percentage. He was even better in the playoffs, going 16-1 with a 1.46 GAA and .940 SV%. He helped the Spruce Kings win the Doyle Cup against the AJHL champion Brooks Bandits and led Prince George to the final of the Canadian Junior A National Championship against host Brooks. He was selected to the BCHL’s Second All-Star team last season. He is committed to play for UMass Lowell River Hawks.