Canada was well represented in the draft with a total of 79 players picked. The U.S. came in second with 55 players and Sweden rounded out the top-three with 19 players.
With the first overall pick, the Edmonton Oilers selected Connor McDavid and two other Canadians were chosen in the top-five.
Centre Dylan Strome went third overall to the Arizona Coyotes and Mitchell Marner went fourth overall to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Edmonton was one of the busiest Canadian teams on the second day of the draft, announcing three deals throughout the day.
Here's a look at what each of Canada's seven teams did over the two days of the 2015 NHL Draft:
Trade:- 2015 1st-round pick, two 2015 2nd-round picks for defenceman Dougie Hamilton (from the Boston Bruins).
Picks:- 53rd overall defenceman Rasmus Andersson
- 60th overall defenceman Oliver Kylington
- 136th overall centre Pavel Karnaukhov
- 166th overall centre Andrew Mangiapane
- 196th overall defenceman Riley Bruce
Trades:- 2015 1st-round pick and 2nd-round pick for defenceman Griffin Reinhart (from the New York Islanders).
- 2015 1st-round pick, 3rd-round pick, 7th-round pick for goaltender Cam Talbot (from the New York Rangers).
- Defenceman Martin Marincin for 2015 4th-round pick and forward Brad Ross (from the Toronto Maple Leafs)
- 2015 4th-round pick and centre Travis Ewanyk for defenceman Eric Gryba (from the Ottawa Senators)
Picks:- 1st overall centre Connor McDavid
- 117th overall defenceman Seth Jones
- 124th overall defenceman Ethan Bear
- 154th overall defenceman John Marion
- 208th overall goaltender Miroslav Svoboda
- 209th overall defenceman Ziyat Paigin
Picks:- 26th overall defenceman Noah Juulsen
- 87th overall centre Lukas Vejdemo
- 131st overall centre Matthew Bradley
- 177th overall defenceman Simon Bourque
- 207th overall left-winger Jeremiah Addison
Trades:- Goaltender Robin Lehner and centre David Legwand for 2015 first-round pick (from the Buffalo Sabres).
- Defenceman Eric Gryba for 2015 fourth-round pick and centre Travis Ewanyk (from the Edmonton Oilers).
Picks:- 18th overall defenceman Thomas Chabot
- 21st overall centre Colin White
- 36th overall right-winger Gabriel Gagne
- 48th overall centre Filip Chlapik
- 107th overall defenceman Christian Wolanin
- 109th overall left-winger Filip Ahl
- 139th overall defenceman Christian Jaros
- 199th overall goaltender Joel Daccord
Toronto Maple Leafs
Trade:- 2015 fourth-round pick and forward Brad Ross for defenceman Martin Marincin (from the Edmonton Oilers).
Picks:- 4th overall centre Mitchell Marner
- 34th overall defenceman Travis Dermott
- 61st overall right-winger Jeremy Bracco
- 65th overall defenceman Andrew Nielsen
- 68th overall left-winger Martins Dzierkals
- 95th overall defenceman Jesper Lindgren
- 125th overall left-winger Dmytro Timashov
- 155th overall defenceman Stephen Desrocher
- 185th overall right-winger Nikita Korostelev
Trade:- Goaltender Eddie Lack for 2015 3rd-round pick and 2016 7th-round pick (from the Carolina Hurricanes).
Picks:- 23rd overall right-winger Brock Boeser
- 66th overall defenceman Guillaume Brisebois
- 114th overall centre Dmitry Zhukenov
- 144th overall defenceman Carl Neill
- 149th overall centre Adam Gaudette
- 174th overall right-winger Lukas Jasek
- 210th overall defenceman Tate Olson
Picks:- 17th overall left-winger Kyle Connor
- 25th overall centre John Roslovic
- 47th overall centre Jansen Harkins
- 78th overall left-winger Erik Foley
- 108th overall right-winger Michael Spacek
- 168th overall centre Mason Appleton
- 198th overall defenceman Sami Niku
- 203rd overall centre Matteo Gennaro
Other notable trades:
The Anaheim Ducks acquired goaltender Anton Khudobin from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for James Wisniewski.
The Dallas Stars acquired the rights to UFA goaltender Antti Niemi from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a 2015 7th-round pick (193rd overall).
The Anaheim Ducks acquired Carl Hagelin from the New York Rangers in exchange for a 2015 2nd-round pick and Emerson Etem.
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