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2009 Draft Picks With NHL Bloodlines

Saturday, 06.27.2009 / 6:22 PM / 2009 NHL Entry Draft
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2009 Draft Picks With NHL Bloodlines
There were 19 selections from the 2009 NHL Entry Draft that have NHL bloodlines.<\/i>
There were 19 selections from the 2009 NHL Entry Draft that have NHL bloodlines (Sons, brothers, nephews, grandsons). The complete list is below:

Matt Duchene, Avalanche
-- nephew of current Anaheim assistant coach Newell Brown

Brayden Schenn, Kings -- brother of current Leafs defensemen Luke Schenn

Tim Erixon, Flames -- son of former NHL forward Jan Erixon

Carter Ashton, Lightning -- son of former NHL forward Brent Ashton

Landon Ferraro, Red Wings -- son of former NHL forward Ray Ferraro

Philip Samuelsson, Penguins -- son of former NHL defenseman Ulf Samuelsson

Matthew Hackett, Wild -- nephew of former NHL goaltender Jeff Hackett

Tyson Barrie, Avalanche -- son of current part-owner of Lightning and former NHL forward Len Barrie

Ryan Bourque, Rangers -- son of former NHL defenseman Ray Bourque, brother of current Capitals forward Chris Bourque

Brandon Maxwell, Avalanche -- son of former NHL defenseman Brad Maxwell

Marcus Foligno, Sabres -- son of former NHL forward Mike Foligno, brother of current Senators forward Nick Foligno

Andy Bathgate, Penguins -- grandson of former NHL defenseman Andy Bathgate

Alex Velischek, Penguins -- son of former NHL defenseman Randy Velischek

Eric Wellwood, Flyers -- brother of current NHL forward Kyle Wellwood

Jordan Nolan, Kings -- son of former NHL coach Ted Nolan and brother of Canucks draft pick Brandon Nolan

Mac Bennett, Canadiens -- grandson of former NHL goaltender Harvey Bennett, nephew of former NHL players Curt Bennett and Harvey Bennett, Jr.

Ben Sexton, Bruins -- son of Panthers assistant GM Randy Sexton

Lane MacDermid, Bruins -- son of former NHL forward Paul MacDermid

Barron Smith, Maple Leafs -- son of former Blackhawks defenseman Steve Smith



Author: NHL.com Staff