2015 NHL Mock Draft: The Dallas Stars Take Defense

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Jun 27, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; John Quenneville poses for a photo with team officials after being selected as the number thirty overall pick to the New Jersey Devils in the first round of the 2014 NHL Draft at Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

6. New Jersey Devils

This is a little high for Barzal, especially because he was injured at one point, but he makes a lot of sense for the Devils and will be a great center to build around.. Center. Seattle (WHL). Mathew Barzal. 6. player. 85

7. Philadelphia Flyers

Kingston (OHL). Lawson Crouse. 7. player. 68. Crouse has a lot of size which makes him very dangerous. He should be a great fit for a Flyers team that underperformed last season.. Left Wing

8. Columbus Blue Jackets

9. San Jose Sharks

120. The Sharks have decent defensive options but after trading away Jason Demers for Brenden Dillon last season, they could be looking for someone else to come in and make an impact.. Defense. Michigan (NCAA). Zach Werenski. 9. player

10. Colorado Avalanche

10. player. 103. The Avs need more help on defense and Provorov is a rare defenseman that actually has a slap shot. His skating is one of his best perks and he will have the opportunity to revive the blue line in Colorado.. Defense. Brandon (WHL). Ivan Provorov

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