2011 Wild Draft Pick Performances
Round 1 – 10th Overall – Jonas Brodin
Notes: Represented Sweden at the 2012 IIHF World Championships, scoring once in seven games. Brodin led Sweden to a Gold Medal at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship, tallying four assists. He also represented Sweden at the Karjala Cup.
Round 1 – 28th Overall – Zack Phillips
|Saint John (QMJHL)||60||30||50||80||32|
Notes: Phillips helped Saint John to the 2012 QMJHL title, posting a league third-most 32 points (9-23=32) in 17 playoff games. He earned team Most Valuable Player honors for Saint John. Phillips finished the regular season ranked third in the QMJHL in plus-minus rating, 10th in assists and 14th scoring. Named CHL Player of the Week (4/8).
Round 2 – 60th Overall – Mario Lucia
Notes: Lucia finished the regular season ranked third in the BCHL in points and T-first in goals. Named to the BCHL Second All-Star Team and All-Rookie Team. Helped the Vees claim the Fred Page Cup, finishing league playoffs ranked T-third in points (6-10=16) and T-first in assists in 15 games. Tied for the team lead with eight points (4-4=8) as Penticton won the Doyle Cup. He helped Penticton win the 2012 RBC Cup. Named the BCHL Player of the Week (4/1).
Round 5 – 131st Overall – Nick Seeler
|Des Moines (USHL)
Notes: Seeler finished the season leading team defensemen in total scoring. Earned CCM Defensive Player of the Week honors (2/26).
Round 6 – 161st Overall – Stephen Michalek
Notes: Michalek was named to the second-team All-Ivy League and ECAC All-Rookie Team. Earned 22 starts, the third-highest total ever by a rookie Crimson goaltender.
Round 7 – 191st Overall – Tyler Graovac
Notes: Graovac collected 10 points (4-6=10) in 18 playoff games. Represented Team OHL in the 2011 SUBWAY Super Series, helping his team to a 10-7 win vs. Team Russia (11/10).