2017 NHL mock draft: Canucks pick Pettersson in full first-round mock

Jun 24, 2016; Buffalo, NY, USA; Olli Juolevi puts on a team jersey after being selected as the number five overall draft pick by the Vancouver Canucks in the first round of the 2016 NHL Draft at the First Niagra Center. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports
Jun 24, 2016; Buffalo, NY, USA; Olli Juolevi puts on a team jersey after being selected as the number five overall draft pick by the Vancouver Canucks in the first round of the 2016 NHL Draft at the First Niagra Center. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports /
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6. Vegas Golden Knights

7. Arizona Coyotes

The Coyotes are loaded with high-end offensive talent, so they go for a dynamic blueliner who can lead the offence from the backend. Makar has some question marks, but the Coyotes see his upside and simply can’t pass up on him. Full profile: <a href=. Defence. Brooks Bandits, AJHL. Cale Makar. 7. player. 121

8. Buffalo Sabres

player. 12. The favourite of many Canucks fans for the fifth-overall selection, Cody Glass becomes a Buffalo Sabre. The Sabres are hoping to get into playoff contention soon, and a two-way centre like Glass might just be what it takes. Full profile: <a href=. Centre. Portland Winterhawks, WHL. Cody Glass. 8

9. Detroit Red Wings

10. Florida Panthers

87. The Panthers have many options, but decide to go with the best player available. Plain and simple. Suzuki is a promising playmaker with a strong two-way game who can help the Panthers get back on track in the near future. Full profile: <a href=. Centre. Owen Sound Attack, OHL. Nick Suzuki. 10. player