The Washington Capitals’ first top-10 draft choice since 2007 highlights the team’s slate of picks in the 2023 NHL entry draft.
Barring any trades, general manager Brian MacLellan will have five draft picks at his disposal in the draft later this month, including two in the top 40.
Here’s the list of the Capitals’ draft capital:
Round 1: 8th overall
Round 2: 40th overall
Round 3: No pick (traded to Arizona)
Round 4: 104th overall
Round 5: 136th overall
Round 6: No pick (traded to Seattle)
Round 7: 200th overall
The Nashville Predators have the most draft choices of any team with 13, including two in the first round.
The two-day draft will get underway on June 28 from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, starting with the first round. Rounds 2-7 will take place the following day.