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This is a list of Detroit Red Wings draft picks. The Detroit Red Wings have participated in all forty-five National Hockey League entry drafts. The Red Wings have also made selections in six NHL Supplemental Drafts.

This list features every player drafted by the Red Wings who eventually played in the NHL or the WHA, where each played his junior or college hockey, the number of regular season games each played in the NHL, and his career points (skaters) or record (goaltenders).

Stats are complete as of the 2006–07 NHL season. Players' rows shaded in light blue were active in the NHL during the 2006–07 season. Players in bold are current members of the Detroit Red Wings organization.

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1960s

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1963

See also: 1963 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 2 Peter Mahovlich Flag of Canada Canada LW Hamilton Red Wings (OHA) 884 773 Won four Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens

1964

See also: 1964 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 7 Brian Watts Flag of Canada Canada LW Hamilton Red Wings (OHA) 4 0
4 19 Rene LeClerc Flag of Canada Canada C Hamilton Red Wings (OHA) 87 21 Played 452 games in the WHA scoring 311 points

1965

See also: 1965 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
No Red Wings selections from this draft have played in the National Hockey League

1966

See also: 1966 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 6 Steve Atkinson Flag of Canada Canada RW Niagara Falls Flyers (OHA) 302 111 Played 52 games in the WHA and scored 8 points; CHL Rookie of the Year, 1968–69

1967

See also: 1967 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 17 Al Karlander Flag of Canada Canada C Michigan Tech (NCAA) 212 92 Played 269 games in the WHA scoring 171 points

1968

See also: 1968 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 11 Steve Andrascik Flag of Canada Canada RW Flin Flon Bombers (WCHL) Played one game for the New York Rangers during the 1972 Playoffs

1969

See also: 1969 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 10 Jim Rutherford Flag of Canada Canada G Hamilton Red Wings (OHA) 457 145–217–59

1970s

1970

See also: 1970 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 12 Serge Lajeunesse Flag of Canada Canada D Montreal Junior Canadiens (OHA) 103 5
2 26 Bob Guindon Flag of Canada Canada LW Montreal Junior Canadiens (OHA) 6 1 Played 463 games in the WHA scoring 257 points
3 40 Yvon Lambert Flag of Canada Canada LW Drummondville Rangers (QMJHL) 683 479 Won four Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens; Won John B. Sollenberger Trophy, 1972–73
5 68 Tom Mellor Flag of the United States United States D Boston College (NCAA) 26 6
6 82 Bernie MacNeil Flag of Canada Canada C Fort Wayne Komets (IHL) 4 0 Played 119 games in the WHA scoring 38 points

1971

See also: 1971 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 2 Marcel Dionne Flag of Canada Canada F St. Catharines Black Hawks (OHA) 1348 1771 Won Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy, 1969–70, 1970–71; Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, 1974–75, 1976–77; Lester B. Pearson Award, 1978–79, 1979–80; Art Ross Trophy, 1979–80
2 16 Henry Boucha Flag of the United States United States C Winnipeg Jets (WCHL) 247 102 Played 36 games in the WHA scoring 35 points
5 58 Earl Anderson Flag of the United States United States RW University of North Dakota (NCAA) 109 38
7 86 Jim Nahrgang Flag of Canada Canada D Kitchener Rangers (OHA) 57 17

1972

See also: 1972 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 26 Pierre Guite Flag of Canada Canada LW St. Catharines Black Hawks (OHA) Played 377 games in the WHA scoring 197 points
4 58 Danny Gruen Flag of Canada Canada LW Thunder Bay Flyers (TBJHL) 49 22 Played 181 games in the WHA scoring 117 points

1973

See also: 1973 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 11 Terry Richardson Flag of Canada Canada G New Westminster Bruins (WCHL) 19 3–11–0 Won James Norris Memorial Trophy IHL, 1976–77; Won Terry Sawchuk Trophy 1978–79
3 39 Nelson Pyatt Flag of Canada Canada C Oshawa Generals (OHA) 296 134
4 59 Mike Korney Flag of Canada Canada D Winnipeg Jets (WCHL) 77 19
5 75 Blair Stewart Flag of Canada Canada F Winnipeg Jets (WCHL) 229 78
8 118 Dennis Polonich Flag of Canada Canada C Flin Flon Bombers (WCHL) 390 141
8 123 George Lyle Flag of Canada Canada F Michigan Tech (NCAA) 99 62 Played 202 games in the WHA scoring 161 points

1974

See also: 1974 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 9 Bill Lochead Flag of Canada Canada F Oshawa Generals (OHA) 330 131
3 45 Bill Evo Flag of the United States United States LW Peterborough Petes (OHA) Played 97 games in the WHA scoring 32 points
4 63 Michel Bergeron Flag of Canada Canada RW Sorel Black Hawks (QMJHL) 229 138
5 81 John Taft Flag of the United States United States D University of Wisconsin-Madison (NCAA) 15 2
7 117 Jack Carlson Flag of the United States United States F Marquette Iron Rangers (USHL) 236 45 Played 272 games in the WHA scoring 87 points

1975

See also: 1975 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 5 Rick Lapointe Flag of Canada Canada D Victoria Cougars (WCHL) 664 220
2 23 Jerry Rollins Flag of Canada Canada D Winnipeg Clubs (WCHL) Played 130 games in the WHA scoring 27 points
3 37 Al Cameron Flag of Canada Canada D New Westminster Bruins (WCHL) 282 55
3 45 Blair Davidson Flag of Canada Canada D Flin Flon Bombers (WCHL) Played 2 games in the WHA scoring 0 points
5 77 Mike Wong Flag of the United States United States C Montreal Red White and Blue (QMJHL) 22 2
7 113 Jean-Luc Phaneuf Flag of Canada Canada C Montreal Red White and Blue (QMJHL) Played 78 games in the WHA scoring 25 points
8 131 Steve Carlson Flag of the United States United States F Johnstown Jets (NAHL) 52 21 Played 173 games in the WHA scoring 80 points

1976

See also: 1976 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 4 Fred Williams Flag of Canada Canada C Saskatoon Blades (WCHL) 44 7
2 22 Reed Larson Flag of the United States United States D University of Minnesota (NCAA) 904 685
3 40 Fred Berry Flag of Canada Canada C New Westminster Bruins (WCHL) 3 0
4 58 Kevin Schamehorn Flag of Canada Canada RW New Westminster Bruins (WCHL) 10 0
5 76 Dwight Schofield Flag of the United States United States D London Knights (OHA) 211 30
7 111 Fern LeBlanc Flag of Canada Canada LW Sherbrooke Beavers (QMJHL) 34 11
8 120 Claude Legris Flag of Canada Canada G Sorel Black Hawks (QMJHL) 4 0–2–0 Won James Norris Memorial Trophy IHL, 1980–81

1977

See also: 1977 NHL Amateur Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 1 Dale McCourt Flag of Canada Canada F St. Catharines Fincups (OHA) 532 478
3 37 Rick Vasko Flag of Canada Canada D Peterborough Petes (QMJHL) 31 10 Won Eddie Shore Award, 1979–80
4 55 John Hilworth Flag of Canada Canada D Medicine Hat Tigers (WCHL) 57 2
3 37 Jim Korn Flag of the United States United States D Providence College (NCAA) 596 188
11 163 Rob Plumb Flag of Canada Canada C Kingston Canadians (OHA) 14 5
14 178 Roland Cloutier Flag of Canada Canada C Trois Rivieres Draveurs (QMJHL) 34 17
16 184 Val James Flag of the United States United States LW Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) 11 0

1978

See also: 1978 NHL Amateur Draft

Ted Nolan, the team's fifth-round pick in this draft, played 60 games in Detroit over two seasons before being traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Nolan went on to head coaching positions for the Buffalo Sabres and the New York Islanders.
Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 9 Willie Huber Flag of Germany Germany D Hamilton Fincups (OHA) 655 321
1 12 Brent Peterson Flag of Canada Canada RW Portland Winter Hawks (WCHL) 620 213
2 28 Glenn Hicks Flag of Canada Canada LW Flin Flon Bombers (WCHL) 108 18 Played 69 games in the WHA scoring 16 points
2 31 Al Jensen Flag of Canada Canada G Hamilton Fincups (OHA) 179 42–31–12 Won William M. Jennings Trophy, 1983–84
5 78 Ted Nolan Flag of Canada Canada LW Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHA) 78 22 Buffalo Sabres head coach, 1995-97; Won Jack Adams Award, 1996–97; New York Islanders head coach, 2006-2008
8 129 John Barrett Flag of Canada Canada D Windsor Spitfires (OHA) 488 97
14 219 Larry Lozinski Flag of Canada Canada G New Westminster Bruins (WCHL) 30 6–11–7 Won James Norris Memorial Trophy IHL, 1979–80

1979

See also: 1979 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 3 Mike Foligno Flag of Canada Canada F Sudbury Wolves (OHA) 1018 727 Won Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy, 1978–79
3 45 Jody Gage Flag of Canada Canada RW Kitchener Rangers (OHA) 68 29 Won Les Cunningham Award, 1987–88
4 66 John Ogrodnick Flag of Canada Canada F New Westminster Bruins (WHL) 928 827
5 87 Joe Paterson Flag of Canada Canada LW London Knights (OHA) 291 56

1980s

1980

See also: 1980 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 11 Mike Blaisdell Flag of Canada Canada RW Regina Pats (WHL) 343 154
3 46 Mark Osborne Flag of Canada Canada LW Niagara Falls Flyers (OHA) 919 532

1981

See also: 1981 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 23 Claude Loiselle Flag of Canada Canada F Windsor Spitfires (OHL) 616 209
3 44 Corrado Micalef Flag of Canada Canada G Sherbrooke Beavers (QMJHL) 113 11–13–5
5 86 Larry Trader Flag of Canada Canada D London Knights (OHL) 91 18
6 107 Gerard Gallant Flag of Canada Canada LW Sherbrooke Beavers (QMJHL) 615 480 Columbus Blue Jackets head coach, 2004–2006
7 128 Greg Stefan Flag of Canada Canada G Oshawa Generals (OHA) 259 65–64–20
8 149 Rick Zombo Flag of the United States United States D Austin Mavericks (USHL) 652 154
10 191 Robert Nordmark Flag of Sweden Sweden D Brynäs IF (SEL) 236 83

1982

See also: 1982 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 17 Murray Craven Flag of Canada Canada LW Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) 1071 759
2 23 Yves Courteau Flag of Canada Canada RW Laval Voisins (QMJHL) 22 7
4 66 Craig Coxe Flag of the United States United States C St. Albert Saints (AJHL) 235 45
5 86 Brad Shaw Flag of Canada Canada D Ottawa 67's (OHL) 377 159 Won Max Kaminsky Trophy, 1983–84; Eddie Shore Award, 1986–87
6 107 Claude Vilgrain Template:HAI RW Laval Voisins (QMJHL) 89 53

1983

See also: 1983 NHL Entry Draft

Steve Yzerman, played 22 seasons in Detroit, 20 of them as team Captain. He won three Stanley Cups with the team and his #19 was retired by the club in January of 2007.
Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 4 Steve Yzerman Flag of Canada Canada C Peterborough Petes (OHL) 1514 1755 #19 retired by Detroit; Won three Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings, Won Lester B. Pearson Award, 1988–89; Conn Smythe Trophy, 1997–98; Frank J. Selke Trophy, 1999–00; Bill Masterton Trophy, 2002–03
2 25 Lane Lambert Flag of Canada Canada RW Saskatoon Blades (WHL) 283 125
3 46 Bob Probert Flag of Canada Canada LW Brantford Alexanders (OHL) 935 384
5 86 Petr Klima Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic LW CHZ LITVÍNOV (Czech) 786 573 Won one Stanley Cup with the Edmonton Oilers
5 88 Joey Kocur Flag of Canada Canada RW Saskatoon Blades (WHL) 820 162
6 106 Chris Pusey Flag of Canada Canada G Brantford Alexanders (OHL) 1 0–1–0
10 186 Stu Grimson Flag of Canada Canada LW Regina Pats (WHL) 729 39

1984

See also: 1984 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 7 Shawn Burr Flag of Canada Canada LW Kitchener Rangers (OHL) 878 440
2 28 Doug Houda Flag of Canada Canada D Calgary Wranglers (WHL) 561 82
3 49 Milan Chalupa Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic D HC Jihlava (Czech) 14 5

1985

See also: 1985 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 8 Brent Fedyk Flag of Canada Canada RW Regina Pats (WHL) 470 209
2 29 Jeff Sharples Flag of Canada Canada D Kelowna Wings (WHL) 105 49
3 50 Steve Chiasson Flag of Canada Canada D Guelph Platers (OHL) 751 398
5 92 Chris Luongo Flag of the United States United States D St. Clair Shores (NAJHL) 218 31
6 113 Randy McKay Flag of Canada Canada RW Michigan Tech (NCAA) 932 363

1986

See also: 1986 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 1 Joe Murphy Flag of Canada Canada RW Michigan State University (NCAA) 779 528
2 22 Adam Graves Flag of Canada Canada LW Windsor Compuware Spitfires (OHL) 1152 616 Won King Clancy Memorial Trophy, 1993–94; Bill Masterton Trophy, 2000–01
3 43 Derek Mayer Flag of Canada Canada D University of Denver (NCAA) 17 4
4 64 Tim Cheveldae Flag of Canada Canada G Saskatoon Blades (WHL) 340 149–136–37
5 85 Johan Garpenlov Flag of Sweden Sweden LW Nacka HK (SEL) 609 310
7 127 Par Djoos Flag of Sweden Sweden D Mora IK (SEL) 82 33
8 148 Dean Morton Flag of Canada Canada D Oshawa Generals (OHL) 1 1
9 169 Marc Potvin Flag of Canada Canada RW Bowling Green State University (NCAA) 121 8
10 190 Scott King Flag of Canada Canada G Richmond Sockeyes (BCJHL) 2 0–0–0
11 211 Tom Bissett Flag of the United States United States LW Michigan Tech (NCAA) 5 0

1986 Supplemental

See also: 1986 NHL Supplemental Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
No Red Wings selections from this draft have played in the National Hockey League

1987

See also: 1987 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 11 Yves Racine Flag of Canada Canada D Longueuil Chevaliers (QMJHL) 508 231
2 32 Gord Kruppke Flag of Canada Canada D Prince Albert Raiders (WHL) 23 0
2 41 Bob Wilkie Flag of Canada Canada D Calgary Wranglers (WHL) 18 7

1987 Supplemental

See also: 1987 NHL Supplemental Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
No Red Wings selections from this draft have played in the National Hockey League

1988

See also: 1988 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
4 80 Sheldon Kennedy Flag of Canada Canada RW Swift Current Broncos (WHL) 310 107

1988 Supplemental

See also: 1988 NHL Supplemental Draft

Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
Gary Shuchuk Flag of Canada Canada C University of Wisconsin-Madison (NCAA) 142 39

1989

See also: 1989 NHL Entry Draft

Nicklas Lidstrom has won six Norris Trophies with Detroit and is the current team Captain.
Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 11 Mike Sillinger Flag of Canada Canada C Regina Pats (WHL) 990 520
2 32 Bob Boughner Flag of Canada Canada D Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) 630 72
3 53 Nicklas Lidstrom Flag of Sweden Sweden D Västerås IK (SEL) 1176 868 Won four Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings; Won James Norris Trophy, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007-08; Conn Smythe Trophy, 2001–02
4 74 Sergei Fedorov Flag of Russia Russia C HC CSKA Moscow (Russia) 1128 1105 Won three Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings; Won Hart Memorial Trophy 1993–94; Lester B. Pearson Award 1993–94; Frank J. Selke Trophy, 1993–94, 1995–96
5 95 Shawn McCosh Flag of Canada Canada C Niagara Falls Thunder (OHL) 9 1
6 116 Dallas Drake Flag of Canada Canada RW Northern Michigan University (NCAA) 944 491

Won one Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings

11 221 Vladimir Konstantinov Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union D HC CSKA Moscow (Russia) 75 23 Won one Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings; Career ended after a car accident in June 1997

1989 Supplemental

See also: 1989 NHL Supplemental Draft

Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
No Red Wings selections from this draft have played in the National Hockey League

1990s

1990

See also: 1990 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 3 Keith Primeau Flag of Canada Canada C Niagara Falls Thunder (OHL) 909 619
3 45 Vyacheslav Kozlov Flag of Russia Russia RW Khimik Moscow Oblast (Russia) 963 710
4 66 Stewart Malgunas Flag of Canada Canada D Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL) 129 6
7 129 Jason York Flag of Canada Canada D Windsor Spitfires (OHL) 757 229

1990 Supplemental

See also: 1990 NHL Supplemental Draft

Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
Mike Casselman Flag of Canada Canada LW Clarkson University (NCAA) 142 39

1991

See also: 1991 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 10 Martin Lapointe Flag of Canada Canada RW Laval Titan (QMJHL) 921 368 Won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings
2 32 Jamie Pushor Flag of Canada Canada D Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL) 521 60 Won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings
3 54 Chris Osgood Flag of Canada Canada G Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) 621 336–186–66–11 Won three Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings; Won William M. Jennings Trophy, 1995–96, 2007-08
4 76 Mike Knuble Flag of Canada Canada LW University of Michigan (NCAA) 656 327 Won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings

1991 Supplemental

See also: 1991 NHL Supplemental Draft

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Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes

1992

See also: 1992 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 46 Darren McCarty Flag of Canada Canada RW Belleville Bulls (OHL) 742 286 Won four Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings
2 70 Sylvain Cloutier Flag of Canada Canada C Guelph Storm (OHL) 7 0
6 142 Jason MacDonald Flag of Canada Canada W Owen Sound Platers (OHL) 4 0
10 238 Dan McGillis Flag of Canada Canada D Northeastern University (NCAA) 634 238
11 262 Ryan Bach Flag of Canada Canada G Colorado College (NCAA) 3 0–3–0

1993

See also: 1993 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 22 Anders Eriksson Flag of Sweden Sweden D Modo Hockey (SEL) 491 153 Won two Stanley Cups with Detroit Red Wings; Traded to Chicago for Chris Chelios
4 97 John Jakopin Flag of Canada Canada D Merrimack College (NCAA) 113 7 Won Yanick Dupre Memorial Award, 1997–98
5 127 Norm Maracle Flag of Canada Canada G Saskatoon Blades (WHL) 66 14–33–8 Won James Gatschene Memorial Trophy, 2000–01; James Norris Memorial Trophy IHL, 2000–01; N.R. "Bud" Poile Trophy, 2000–01

1994

See also: 1994 NHL Entry Draft

Tomas Holmström joined Detroit just in time for their 1997 Stanley Cup victory and would remain with the club to help them win three more. He is known for scoring garbage goals and is considered one of the NHL's best "pests".
Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 23 Yan Golubovsky Flag of Russia Russia D HC CSKA Moscow (Russia) 56 8
2 49 Mathieu Dandenault Flag of Canada Canada RW Sherbrooke Faucons (QMJHL) 766 177 Won three Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings
10 257 Tomas Holmstrom Flag of Sweden Sweden LW Bodens BK (SEL) 699 347 Won four Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings

1995

See also: 1995 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 26 Maxim Kuznetsov Flag of Russia Russia D HC Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 136 10
2 52 Philippe Audet Flag of Canada Canada LW Granby Bisons (QMJHL) 4 0
3 58 Darryl Laplante Flag of Canada Canada C Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL) 35 6

1996

See also: 1996 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 26 Jesse Wallin Flag of Canada Canada D Red Deer Rebels (WHL) 49 2

1997

See also: 1997 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 49 Yuri Butsayev Flag of Russia Russia LW HC Lada Togliatti (Russia) 99 14
3 76 Petr Sykora Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic C HC Pardubice (Czech) 12 4
4 102 Quintin Laing Flag of Canada Canada LW Kelowna Rockets (WHL) 3 1
6 157 B.J. Young Flag of the United States United States RW Red Deer Rebels (WHL) 1 0

1998

See also: 1998 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 25 Jiri Fischer Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic D Hull Olympiques (QMJHL) 305 60 Won one Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings; career ended after suffering from a cardiac arrest during the 2005–06 season
2 55 Ryan Barnes Flag of Canada Canada LW Sudbury Wolves (OHL) 2 0
6 171 Pavel Datsyuk Flag of Russia Russia C Yekaterinburg Dynamo (Russia) 363 328 Won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007-08; Won the Frank J. Selke Trophy 2007-08; Won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings

1999

See also: 1999 NHL Entry Draft

Henrik Zetterberg, drafted in the seventh round, proved he should've gone higher when he stepped up and scored 85 points for Detroit during the 2005–06 season.
Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
6 181 Kent McDonell Flag of Canada Canada RW Guelph Storm (OHL) 32 3
7 210 Henrik Zetterberg Flag of Sweden Sweden LW Timrå IK (SEL) 280 240 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings; Won Conn Smythe Trophy 2007-08

2000s

2000

See also: 2000 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
1 29 Niklas Kronwall Flag of Sweden Sweden D Djurgårdens IF (SEL) 115 36 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings
2 38 Tomas Kopecky Flag of Slovakia Slovakia W HC Dukla Trenčín (Slovakia) 27 1 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings

2001

See also: 2001 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 62 Igor Grigorenko Flag of Russia Russia RW HC Lada Togliatti (Russia)
8 258 Dmitry Bykov Flag of Russia Russia D Aq Bars Kazan (Russia) 71 12

2002

See also: 2002 NHL Entry Draft

Valtteri Filppula is one of the young talents in Detroit and has shown he can find the back of the net when given the opportunity. He played on the fourth line for part of the 2006–07 season with Jiri Hudler, who was also drafted in the 2002 draft.
Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 58 Jiri Hudler Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic C Vsetín (Czech) 92 28 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings
2 63 Tomas Fleischmann Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic LW HC Vítkovice (Czech) 43 10 Traded to Capitals for Robert Lang
3 95 Valtteri Filppula Flag of Finland Finland C Jokerit (SM-liiga) 77 18 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings
7 229 Derek Meech Flag of Canada Canada D Red Deer Rebels (WHL) 4 0 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings
9 291 Jonathan Ericsson Flag of Sweden Sweden D Hasten (SWE-2) 8 1  

2003

See also: 2003 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 64 Jimmy Howard Flag of the United States United States G University of Maine (NCAA) 4 1–2–0
4 132 Kyle Quincey Flag of Canada Canada D London Knights (OHL) 7 1

2004

See also: 2004 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
3 97 Johan Franzen Flag of Sweden Sweden C Linköpings HC (SEL) 221 84 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings

2005

See also: 2005 NHL Entry Draft

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 42 Justin Abdelkader Flag of the United States United States LW Michigan State University (NCAA) 2 0  
4 103 Mattias Ritola Flag of Sweden Sweden C Leksands IF (SEL) 2 1  
5 132 Darren Helm Flag of Canada Canada C Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) 26 4 Won one Stanley Cup with Detroit Red Wings

2006

See also: 2006 NHL Entry Draft, 2006–07 Detroit Red Wings season#Draft Picks

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
2 47 Shawn Matthias Flag of Canada Canada C Belleville Bulls (OHL) 4 2 Traded to the Florida Panthers for Todd Bertuzzi

2007

See also: 2007 NHL Entry Draft, 2007–08 Detroit Red Wings season#Draft Picks

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
No Red Wings selections from this draft have played in the National Hockey League yet

2008

See also: 2008 NHL Entry Draft, 2008–09 Detroit Red Wings season#Draft Picks

Rnd Pick Player Nationality Pos Team (League) GP Pts/Rec Notes
No Red Wings selections from this draft have played in the National Hockey League yet

References

  • Detroit Red Wings draft history @ hockeydb.com
    • Individual player profiles @ hockeydb.com
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