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Greg Nemisz was the Flames' first choice in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.

The Calgary Flames are a professional ice hockey franchise based in Calgary, Alberta. They play in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The franchise was founded in 1972 as the Atlanta Flames, and relocated to Calgary in 1980.[1] Since arriving in Calgary, the Flames have drafted 306 players.[2] The 2008 draft was the 29th in which Calgary participated.

The NHL Entry Draft is held each June, allowing teams to select players who have turned 18 years old by September 15 in the year the draft is held. The draft order is determined by the previous season's order of finish, with non-playoff teams drafting first, followed by the teams that made the playoffs, with the specific order determined by the number of points earned by each team.[3] The NHL holds a weighted lottery for the 14 non-playoff teams, allowing the winner to move up a maximum of four positions in the entry draft.[4] The team with the fewest points has the best chance of winning the lottery, with each successive team given a lower chance of moving up in the draft.[3] The Flames have never won the lottery.[5] Between 1986 and 1994, the NHL also held a Supplemental Draft for players in American colleges.[6]

Calgary's first draft pick was Denis Cyr, taken 13th overall in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. The highest that Calgary has drafted is sixth overall, which they have done three times. They selected Cory Stillman (1992), Daniel Tkaczuk (1997) and Rico Fata (1998) at the sixth spot. Seven picks went on to play over 1,000 NHL games: Al MacInnis, Gary Roberts, Paul Ranheim, Brett Hull, Gary Suter, Joe Nieuwendyk and Theoren Fleury. One player, MacInnis, has been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame.[7] 1986 draft pick Tom Quinlan was also drafted by baseball's Toronto Blue Jays and chose a career in Major League Baseball over the NHL.[8]

The Flames selected seven players in 2008. During the draft, the Flames made two trades. They first acquired Mike Cammalleri from the Los Angeles Kings, along with a second round pick in exchange for their first pick, 17th overall, and a second round pick in the 2009 draft. Calgary then sent forward Alex Tanguay, along with their fifth round selection to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for the 25th overall pick and a second round selection in 2009.[9] With their first pick, 25th overall, the Flames selected Greg Nemisz from the Ontario Hockey League's Windsor Spitfires.[10]

Contents

Key

General
Pos Position
S Supplemental draft selection
Positions
G Goaltender C Centre
D Defenceman LW Left Wing
RW Right Wing F Forward
Statistics
GP Games played G Goals
A Assists Pts Points
PIM Penalties in minutes GAA Goals against average
W Wins L Losses
T Ties OT Overtime/Shootout losses
GAA Goals against average

Draft picks

The Flames' first pick in 1984, Gary Roberts played for 21 NHL seasons.
Taken 166th overall in 1987, Theoren Fleury went on to play over 1,000 NHL games.
Though he never played in Calgary, Nils Ekman was a 5th round pick of the Flames in 1994.
The Flames took Dany Sabourin in the 4th round in 1998.
Craig Anderson was Calgary's third pick in 1999.
Drafted by the Flames in the 5th round in 2000, Travis Moen never played for Calgary.
Chuck Kobasew was the Flames' first selection in 2001.
David Moss was selected in the 7th round of the 2001 draft.
The Flames took Eric Nystrom with their first pick, 10th overall, in 2002.
Dion Phaneuf was the Flames' 1st round pick in 2003.
Matt Pelech was the Flames' top pick in 2005.
The Flames selected Leland Irving with their 1st round pick in 2006.
Swedish forward Mikael Backlund was Calgary's top pick in 2007.

Statistics are complete as of the 2008–09 NHL season and show each player's career regular season totals in the NHL. Wins, losses, ties, overtime losses and goals against average apply to goaltenders and are used only for players at that position. This list includes players drafted by the team in Calgary only.

Draft Round Pick Player Nationality Pos GP G A Pts PIM W L T OT GAA
1980 1 13 Denis Cyr  Canada RW 193 41 43 84 36
1980 2 31 Tony Curtale  United States D 2 0 0 0 0
1980 2 32 Kevin LaVallee  Canada F 366 110 125 235 85
1980 2 39 Steve Konroyd  Canada D 895 41 195 236 863
1980 4 76 Marc Roy  Canada RW
1980 5 97 Randy Turnbull  Canada D 1 0 0 0 2
1980 6 118 John Multan  Canada RW
1980 7 139 Dave Newsom  Canada LW
1980 8 160 Claude Drouin  Canada C
1980 9 181 Hakan Loob  Sweden F 450 193 236 429 189
1980 10 202 Steven Fletcher  Canada LW 3 0 0 0 5
1981 1 15 Al MacInnis  Canada D 1416 340 934 1274 1501
1981 3 56 Mike Vernon  Canada G 781 0 39 39 271 385 273 92 3.00
1981 4 78 Peter Madach  Sweden C
1981 5 99 Mario Simioni  Canada F
1981 6 120 Todd Hooey  Canada F
1981 7 141 Rick Heppner  United States D
1981 8 162 Dale DeGray  Canada D 153 18 47 65 195
1981 9 183 George Boudreau  United States D
1981 10 204 Bruce Eakin  Canada F 13 2 2 4 4
1982 2 29 Dave Reierson  Canada D 2 0 0 0 0
1982 3 51 Jim Laing  United States D
1982 4 65 Dave Meszaros  Canada G
1982 4 72 Mark Lamb  Canada C 403 46 100 146 291
1982 5 93 Lou Kiriakou  Canada D
1982 6 114 Jeff Vaive  Canada C
1982 6 118 Mats Kihlstrom  Sweden D
1982 7 135 Brad Ramsden  Canada C
1982 8 156 Roy Myllari  Canada D
1982 9 177 Ted Pearson  Canada F
1982 10 198 Jim Uens  Canada C
1982 11 219 Rick Erdall  United States C
1982 12 240 Dale Thompson  Canada RW
1983 1 13 Dan Quinn  Canada C 805 266 419 685 533
1983 3 51 Brian Bradley  Canada C 651 182 321 503 528
1983 3 55 Perry Berezan  Canada C 378 61 75 136 277
1983 4 66 John Bekkers  Canada F
1983 4 71 Kevan Guy  Canada D 156 5 20 25 138
1983 4 77 Bill Claviter  United States LW
1983 5 91 Igor Liba  Slovakia LW 37 7 18 25 36
1983 6 111 Grant Blair  Canada G
1983 7 131 Jeff Hogg  Canada G
1983 8 151 Chris MacDonald  Canada D
1983 9 171 Rob Kivell  Canada D
1983 10 191 Tom Pratt  United States D
1983 11 211 Jaroslav Benak  Czech Republic D
1983 12 231 Sergei Makarov  Russia RW 424 134 250 384 317
1984 1 12 Gary Roberts  Canada LW 1224 438 471 909 2560
1984 2 33 Ken Sabourin  Canada D 74 2 8 10 201
1984 2 38 Paul Ranheim  United States LW 1013 161 199 360 288
1984 4 75 Petr Rosol  Czech Republic F
1984 5 96 Joel Paunio  Finland LW
1984 6 117 Brett Hull  United States RW 1269 741 650 1391 458
1984 7 138 Kevan Melrose  Canada D
1984 8 159 Jiri Hrdina  Czech Republic C 250 45 85 130 92
1984 9 180 Gary Suter  United States D 1145 203 642 845 1349
1984 10 200 Petr Rucka  Czech Republic C
1984 11 221 Stefan Jonsson  Sweden D
1984 12 241 Rudolf Suchanek  Czech Republic D
1985 1 17 Chris Biotti  United States D
1985 2 27 Joe Nieuwendyk  Canada C 1257 564 562 1126 677
1985 2 38 Jeff Wenaas  Canada C
1985 3 59 Lane MacDonald  United States L
1985 4 80 Roger Johansson  Sweden D 161 9 34 43 163
1985 5 101 Esa Keskinen  Finland C
1985 6 122 Tim Sweeney  United States LW 291 55 83 138 123
1985 7 143 Stu Grimson  Canada LW 729 17 22 39 2113
1985 8 164 Nate Smith  United States D
1985 9 185 Darryl Olsen  Canada D 1 0 0 0 0
1985 10 206 Peter Romberg  Germany D
1985 11 227 Alexander Kozhevnikov  Russia F
1985 12 248 Bill Gregoire  Canada D
1986 1 16 George Pelawa  United States F
1986 2 37 Brian Glynn  Germany D 431 25 79 104 410
1986 4 79 Tom Quinlan  United States RW
1986 5 100 Scott Bloom  United States LW
1986 6 121 John Parker  United States C
1986 7 142 Rick Lessard  Canada D 15 0 4 4 18
1986 8 163 Mark Olsen  United States D
1986 9 184 Scott Sharples  Canada G 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3.69
1986 10 205 Doug Pickel  Canada LW
1986 11 226 Anders Lindstrom  Sweden C
1986 12 247 Antonin Stavjana  Czech Republic D
1986 S 4 Steve MacSwain  United States RW
1987 1 19 Bryan Deasley  Canada LW
1987 2 25 Stephane Matteau  Canada LW 848 144 172 316 742
1987 2 40 Kevin Grant  Canada D
1987 3 61 Scott Mahoney  Canada RW
1987 4 70 Tim Harris  Canada RW
1987 5 103 Tim Corkery  Canada D
1987 6 124 Joe Aloi  Canada D
1987 7 145 Peter Ciavaglia  United States C 5 0 0 0 0
1987 8 166 Theoren Fleury  Canada RW 1084 455 633 1088 1840
1987 9 187 Mark Osiecki  United States D 93 3 11 14 43
1987 10 208 Bill Sedergren  United States D
1987 11 229 Peter Hasselblad  Sweden D
1987 12 250 Magnus Svensson  Sweden D 46 4 14 18 31
1987 S 4 Peter Lappin  United States RW 7 0 0 0 2
1988 1 21 Jason Muzzatti  Canada G 62 0 1 1 62 13 25 10 3.32
1988 2 42 Todd Harkins  United States C 48 3 3 6 78
1988 4 84 Gary Socha  United States C
1988 5 85 Tomas Forslund  Sweden RW 44 5 11 16 12
1988 5 90 Scott Matusovich  United States D
1988 6 126 Jonas Bergqvist  Sweden RW 22 2 5 7 10
1988 7 147 Stefan Nilsson  Sweden LW
1988 8 168 Troy Kennedy  Canada LW
1988 9 189 Brett Petersen  United States D
1988 10 210 Guy Darveau  Canada D
1988 11 231 Dave Tretowicz  United States D
1988 12 252 Sergei Pryakhin  Russia RW 46 3 8 11 2
1988 S 26 Jerry Tarrant  United States D
1989 2 24 Kent Manderville  Canada C 646 37 67 104 348
1989 2 42 Ted Drury  United States C 414 41 52 93 367
1989 3 50 Veli-Pekka Kautonen  Finland D
1989 3 63 Corey Lyons  Canada RW
1989 4 70 Robert Reichel  Czech Republic C 830 252 378 630 388
1989 4 84 Ryan O'Leary  United States C
1989 5 105 Toby Kearney  United States LW
1989 7 147 Alex Nikolic  Canada LW
1989 8 168 Kevin Wortman  United States D 5 0 0 0 2
1989 9 189 Sergei Gomolyako  Russia RW
1989 10 210 Dan Sawyer  United States D
1989 11 231 Alexander Yudin  Russia D
1989 12 252 Kenneth Kennholt  Sweden D
1989 S 26 Shawn Heaphy  Canada C 1 0 0 0 2
1990 1 11 Trevor Kidd  Canada G 387 0 13 13 36 140 162 52 2.84
1990 2 26 Nicolas Perreault  Canada D
1990 2 32 Vesa Viitakoski  Finland LW 23 2 4 6 8
1990 2 41 Etienne Belzile  Canada D
1990 3 62 Glen Mears  United States D
1990 4 83 Paul Kruse  Canada LW 423 38 33 71 1074
1990 6 125 Chris Tschupp  United States LW
1990 7 146 Dmitri Frolov  Russia D
1990 8 167 Shawn Murray  United States G
1990 9 188 Michael Murray  United States RW
1990 10 209 Rob Sumner  Canada D
1990 12 251 Leo Gudas  Czech Republic D
1990 S 24 Lyle Wildgoose  Canada LW
1991 1 19 Niklas Sundblad  Sweden RW 2 0 0 0 0
1991 2 41 Francois Groleau  Canada D 8 0 1 1 6
1991 3 52 Sandy McCarthy  Canada RW 736 72 76 148 1534
1991 3 63 Brian Caruso  Canada LW
1991 4 85 Steve Magnusson  United States C
1991 5 107 Jerome Butler  United States G
1991 6 129 Bobby Marshall  Canada D
1991 7 140 Matt Hoffman  United States C
1991 7 151 Kelly Harper  Canada RW
1991 8 173 David St. Pierre  Canada C
1991 9 195 David Struch  Canada C 4 0 0 0 4
1991 10 217 Sergei Zolotov  Russia LW
1991 11 239 Marko Jantunen  Finland RW 3 0 0 0 0
1991 12 261 Andrei Trefilov  Russia G 54 0 0 0 10 12 25 4 3.45
1991 S 25 Dean Larson  Canada C
1992 1 6 Cory Stillman  Canada C 902 251 400 651 443
1992 2 30 Chris O'Sullivan  United States D 62 2 17 19 16
1992 3 54 Mathias Johansson  Sweden LW 58 5 10 15 16
1992 4 78 Robert Svehla  Slovakia D 655 68 267 335 649
1992 5 102 Sami Helenius  Finland D 155 2 4 6 260
1992 6 126 Ravil Yakubov  Russia D
1992 6 129 Joel Bouchard  Canada D 364 22 53 75 264
1992 7 150 Pavel Rajnoha  Czech Republic D
1992 8 174 Ryan Mulhern  United States RW 3 0 0 0 0
1992 9 198 Brandon Carper  United States D
1992 10 222 Jonas Hoglund  Sweden LW 545 117 145 262 112
1992 11 246 Andrei Potaichuk  Russia RW
1992 S 6 Jamie O'Brien  United States D
1993 1 18 Jesper Mattsson  Sweden RW
1993 2 44 Jamie Allison  Canada D 372 7 23 30 639
1993 3 70 Dan Tompkins  United States F
1993 4 95 Jason Smith  Canada D
1993 4 96 Marty Murray  Canada C 261 31 42 73 41
1993 5 121 Darryl LaFrance  Canada RW
1993 5 122 John Emmons  United States C 85 2 4 6 64
1993 6 148 Andreas Karlsson  Sweden C 264 16 35 51 72
1993 8 200 Derek Sylvester  United States RW
1993 10 252 German Titov  Russia C 624 157 220 377 311
1993 11 278 Burke Murphy  Canada RW
1994 1 19 Chris Dingman  Canada LW 385 15 19 34 769
1994 2 45 Dmitri Ryabkin  Russia D
1994 3 77 Chris Clark  United States RW 490 91 88 179 614
1994 4 91 Ryan Duthie  Canada C
1994 4 97 Johan Finnstrom  Sweden F
1994 5 107 Nils Ekman  Sweden RW 264 60 91 151 188
1994 5 123 Frank Appel  Germany D
1994 6 149 Patrik Haltia  Sweden G
1994 7 175 Ladislav Kohn  Czech Republic RW 186 14 28 42 125
1994 8 201 Keith McCambridge  Canada D
1994 9 227 Jorgen Jonsson  Sweden C 81 12 19 31 16
1994 10 253 Mike Peluso  United States RW 38 4 2 6 19
1994 11 279 Pavel Torgayev  Russia C 55 6 14 20 20
1995 1 20 Denis Gauthier  Canada D 554 17 60 77 748
1995 2 46 Pavel Smirnov  Russia F
1995 3 72 Rocky Thompson  Canada RW 25 0 0 0 117
1995 4 98 Jan Labraaten  Sweden RW
1995 6 150 Clarke Wilm  Canada C 455 37 60 97 336
1995 7 176 Ryan Gillis  Canada D
1995 9 233 Steve Shirreffs  United States D
1996 1 13 Derek Morris  Canada D 793 76 264 340 794
1996 2 39 Travis Brigley  Canada LW 55 3 6 9 16
1996 2 40 Steve Begin  Canada C 409 47 39 86 482
1996 3 73 Dmitri Vlasenkov  Russia LW
1996 4 89 Toni Lydman  Finland D 593 29 149 178 421
1996 4 94 Christian Lefebvre  Canada D
1996 5 122 Josef Straka  Czech Republic C
1996 8 202 Ryan Wade  Canada F
1996 9 228 Ronald Petrovicky  Slovakia RW 342 41 51 92 429
1997 1 6 Daniel Tkaczuk  Canada C 19 4 7 11 14
1997 2 32 Evan Lindsay  Canada G
1997 2 42 John Tripp  Canada RW 43 2 7 9 35
1997 2 51 Dmitry Kokorev  Russia D
1997 3 60 Derek Schultz  Canada C
1997 3 70 Erik Andersson  Sweden LW 12 2 1 3 8
1997 4 92 Chris St. Croix  United States D
1997 4 100 Ryan Ready  Canada LW 7 0 1 1 0
1997 5 113 Martin Moise  Canada RW
1997 6 140 Ilja Demidov  Russia D
1997 7 167 Jeremy Rondeau  Canada LW
1997 9 223 Dustin Paul  Canada RW
1998 1 6 Rico Fata  Canada RW 230 27 36 63 104
1998 2 33 Blair Betts  Canada C 339 28 20 48 96
1998 3 62 Paul Manning  Canada D 8 0 0 0 2
1998 4 102 Shaun Sutter  Canada RW
1998 4 108 Dany Sabourin  Canada G 57 0 1 1 4 17 23 2 4 2.87
1998 5 120 Brent Gauvreau  Canada RW
1998 7 192 Radek Duda  Czech Republic RW
1998 8 206 Jonas Frogren  Sweden D 41 1 6 7 28
1998 9 234 Kevin Mitchell  United States D
1999 1 11 Oleg Saprykin  Russia LW 325 55 82 137 240
1999 2 38 Dan Cavanaugh  United States C
1999 3 77 Craig Anderson  United States G 109 0 3 3 22 36 43 8 9 2.87
1999 4 106 Roman Rozakov  Russia D
1999 5 135 Matt Doman  United States F
1999 6 153 Jesse Cook  United States D
1999 6 166 Cory Pecker  Canada D
1999 6 170 Matt Underhill  Canada G 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3.93
1999 7 190 Blair Stayzer  Canada LW
1999 9 252 Dmitri Kirilenko  Canada RW
2000 1 9 Brent Krahn  Canada G 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3.00
2000 2 40 Kurtis Foster  Canada D 186 21 56 77 155
2000 2 46 Jarret Stoll  Canada C 360 77 129 206 306
2000 4 116 Levente Szuper  Hungary G
2000 5 141 Wade Davis  Canada D
2000 5 155 Travis Moen  Canada F 362 29 27 56 487
2000 6 176 Jukka Hentunen  Finland RW 38 4 5 9 4
2000 8 239 David Hajek  Czech Republic D
2000 9 270 Micki DuPont  Canada D 23 1 3 4 12
2001 1 14 Chuck Kobasew  Canada RW 361 78 76 154 270
2001 2 41 Andrei Taratukhin  Russia C
2001 2 56 Andrei Medvedev  Russia G
2001 4 108 Tomi Maki  Finland RW 1 0 0 0 0
2001 4 124 Egor Shastin  Russia F
2001 5 145 James Hakewill  United States D
2001 5 164 Yuri Trubachev  Russia C
2001 7 207 Garrett Bembridge  Canada RW
2001 7 220 David Moss  United States RW 163 34 34 68 44
2001 8 233 Joe Campbell  United States D
2001 8 251 Ville Hamalainen  Finland RW
2002 1 10 Eric Nystrom  United States LW 122 8 12 20 137
2002 2 39 Brian McConnell  United States F
2002 3 90 Matthew Lombardi  Canada C 366 70 113 183 239
2002 4 112 Yuri Artemenkov  Russia RW
2002 5 141 Jiri Cetkovsky  Czech Republic RW
2002 5 142 Emanuel Peter  Switzerland C
2002 5 146 Victor Bobrov  Russia F
2002 5 159 Kristofer Persson  Sweden RW
2002 6 176 Curtis McElhinney  Canada G 19 0 0 0 2 1 6 0 1 3.23
2002 7 202 David Van der Gulik  Canada RW 6 0 2 2 0
2002 7 203 Pierre Johnsson  Sweden RW
2002 8 238 Jyri Marttinen  Finland D
2003 1 9 Dion Phaneuf  Canada D 323 65 141 206 473
2003 2 39 Tim Ramholt  Switzerland D 1 0 0 0 0
2003 3 97 Ryan Donally  Canada LW
2003 4 112 Jamie Tardif  Canada RW
2003 5 143 Greg Moore  United States RW 6 0 0 0 0
2003 6 173 Tyler Johnson  Canada C
2003 7 206 Thomas Bellemare  Canada D
2003 8 240 Cam Cunning  Canada LW
2003 9 270 Kevin Harvey  Canada LW
2004 1 24 Kris Chucko  Canada LW 2 0 0 0 2
2004 3 70 Brandon Prust  Canada LW 46 1 2 3 133
2004 3 98 Dustin Boyd  Canada C 132 20 18 38 20
2004 4 118 Aki Seitsonen  Finland C
2004 4 121 Kris Hogg  Canada LW
2004 6 173 Adam Pardy  Canada D 60 1 9 10 69
2004 6 182 Fred Wikner  Sweden F
2004 7 200 Matthew Schneider  Canada C
2004 7 213 James Spratt  United States G
2004 9 279 Adam Cracknell  Canada RW
2005 1 26 Matt Pelech  Canada D 5 0 3 3 9
2005 3 69 Gord Baldwin  Canada D
2005 3 74 Dan Ryder  Canada C
2005 4 111 J. D. Watt  Canada RW
2005 5 128 Kevin Lalande  Canada G
2005 5 158 Matt Keetley  Canada G 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2005 6 179 Brett Sutter  Canada F 4 1 0 1 2
2005 7 221 Myles Rumsey  Canada D
2006 1 26 Leland Irving  Canada G
2006 3 87 John Armstrong  Canada F
2006 3 89 Aaron Marvin  United States F
2006 4 118 Hugo Carpentier  Canada C
2006 5 149 Juuso Puustinen  Finland RW
2006 6 179 Jordan Fulton  United States C
2006 7 187 Devin DiDiomete  Canada LW
2006 7 209 Per Jonsson  Sweden F
2007 1 24 Mikael Backlund  Sweden C 1 0 0 0 0
2007 3 70 John Negrin  Canada D 3 0 1 1 2
2007 4 116 Keith Aulie  Canada D
2007 5 143 Mickey Renaud  Canada C
2007 7 186 C. J. Severyn  United States LW
2008 1 25 Greg Nemisz  Canada C/RW
2008 2 48 Mitch Wahl  United States C
2008 3 78 Lance Bouma  Canada C/LW
2008 4 108 Nick Larson  United States LW
2008 4 114 T. J. Brodie  Canada D
2008 6 168 Ryley Grantham  Canada C
2008 7 198 Alexander Deilert  Sweden D
2009 1 23 Tim Erixon  Sweden D
2009 3 74 Ryan Howse  Canada LW
2009 4 111 Henrik Björklund  Sweden RW
2009 5 141 Spencer Bennett  Canada LW
2009 6 171 Joni Ortio  Finland G
2009 7 201 Gaelan Patterson  Canada C

See also

References

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