Rangers 2014 draft picks and summary

The Rangers started the 2014 NHL draft with just four picks (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th), but eventually made six selections (2nd, 3rd, 4th, three 5ths) in the draft. We will be taking an in-depth look at the selections, but here is a brief summary of the past two days (live blogs here and here):

  • Traded Derek Dorsett to Vancouver for a 3rd round pick (#85 overall).
  • Selected goaltender Brandon Halverson with their 2nd round pick (#59 overall).
  • Selected center Keegan Iverson with a third round pick (#85 overall).
  • Traded a third round pick (#89 overall) to Washington for a pair of fourth rounders (#104 and #118).
  • Selected defenseman Ryan Mantha with a fourth round pick (#104 overall).
  • Selected goaltender Igor Shesterkin with a fourth round pick (#118 overall).
  • Traded a fourth round pick (#119 overall) to Tampa Bay for a pair of fifth round picks (#140 and #142).
  • Selected RW Richard Nejezchleb with a fifth round pick (#122).
  • Selected defenseman Daniel Walcott with a fifth round pick (#140)
  • Selected defenseman Tyler Nanne with a fifth round pick (#142)