The following is the first round order of selection for the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, updated after the New York Islanders won the NHL Draft Lottery in April and after the conclusion of the Stanley Cup Final. The players are listed in order based on TSN's latest rankings.

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'The Final 30'

1 New York Islanders
2 Tampa Bay Lightning
3 Colorado Avalanche
4 Atlanta Thrashers
5 Los Angeles Kings
6 Phoenix Coyotes
7 Toronto Maple Leafs
8 Dallas Stars
9 Ottawa Senators
10 Edmonton Oilers
11 Nashville Predators
12 Minnesota Wild
13 Buffalo Sabres
14 Florida Panthers
15 Anaheim Ducks
16 Columbus Blue Jackets
17 St. Louis Blues
18 Montreal Canadiens
19 New York Rangers
20 Calgary Flames
21 Philadelphia Flyers
22 Vancouver Canucks
23 New Jersey Devils
24 Washington Capitals
25 Boston Bruins
26 New York Islanders (SJ-OTT)
27 Carolina Hurricanes
28 Chicago Blackhawks
29 Detroit Red Wings
30 Pittsburgh Penguins

NHL Draft Lottery History

1995 Ottawa Senators Los Angeles Kings* Ottawa Senators
1996 Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators Ottawa Senators
1997 Boston Bruins Boston Bruins Boston Bruins
1998 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning# Tampa Bay Lightning
1999 Tampa Bay Lightning Chicago Blackhawks** Atlanta Thrashers
2000 Atlanta Thrashers NY Islanders NY Islanders
2001 NY Islanders Atlanta Thrashers Atlanta Thrashers
2002 Atlanta Thrashers Florida Panthers^ Columbus Blue Jackets
2003 Carolina Hurricanes Florida Panthers^^ Pittsburgh Penguins
2004 Pittsburgh Penguins Washington Capitals Washington Capitals
2005 - Pittsburgh Penguins+ Pittsburgh Penguins
2006 St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues
2007 Philadelphia Flyers Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks
2008 Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning
2009 New York Islanders New York Islanders New York Islanders

* - Los Angeles could only move up a maximum of four spots (moved from 7th to 3rd)

# - San Jose was selected in the 1998 drawing, but Tampa Bay held the right to swap first round picks with the Sharks and exercised that right to go to first.

** - Chicago could only move up a maximum of four spots (moved from 8th to 4th)

^ - Florida traded first overall pick to Columbus

^^ - Florida traded first overall pick to Pittsburgh

+ - NHL lockout cancelled 2004-05 season, all 30 teams were entered


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