2003 WJC Drafted Prospect Rosters

By Chris McCluskey

N.H.L. Drafted Players in the 2003 World Junior
Championships
* denotes player who has seen NHL action


BELARUS

Andrei Kastitsyn


CANADA

Carlo Colaiacovo (Toronto 1st round, 17th overall,
2001)*
Jeff Woywitka (Philadelphia 1st round, 27th overall,
2001)
Derek Roy (Buffalo 2nd round, 32nd overall, 2001)

Jay McClement (St. Louis 2nd round, 57th overall,
2001)
Nathan Paetsch (Washington 2nd round, 58th overall,
2001)
Brendan Bell (Toronto 3rd round, 65th overall, 2001)
Alexandre Rouleau (Pittsburgh 3rd round, 96th overall,
2001)
Jordin Tootoo (Nashville 4th round, 98th overall,
2001)
Kyle Wellwood (Toronto 5th round, 134th overall, 2001)
Brooks Laich (Ottawa 6th round, 193rd overall, 2001)
Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau (Anaheim 9th round, 264th
overall, 2001)
Scottie Upshall (Nashville 1st round, 6th overall,
2002)*
Joffrey Lupul (Anaheim 1st round, 7th overall, 2002)

Pierre-Marc Bouchard (Minnesota 1st round, 8th
overall, 2002)*
Steve Eminger (Washington 1st round, 12th overall,
2002)*
Boyd Gordon (Washington 1st round, 17th overall, 2002)
Daniel Pailli (Buffalo 1st round, 20th overall, 2002)
David LeNeveu (Phoenix 2nd round, 46th overall, 2002)
Matt Stajan (Toronto 2nd round, 57th overall, 2002)
Gregory Campbell (Florida 3rd round, 67th overall,
2002)
Ian White (Toronto 6th round, 191st overall, 2002)

2003 Draft Prospect: Marc-Andri Fleury (QMJHL #1)


CZECH REPUBLIC

Jiri Novotny (Buffalo 1st round, 22nd overall, 2001)
Lukas Krajicek (Florida 1st round, 24th overall,
2001)*
Petr Punchochar (Chicago 6th round, 186th overall,
2001)
Zbynek Novak (Washington 6th round, 191st overall,
2001)
Jan Holub (NY Islanders 7th round, 197th overall,
2001)
Petr Taticek (Florida 1st round, 9th overall, 2002)
Jakub Klepis (Ottawa 1st round, 16th overall, 2002)
Jakub Koreis (Phoenix 1st round, 19th overall, 2002)
Jiri Hudler (Detroit 2nd round, 58th overall, 2002)
Tomas Fleischmann (Detroit 2nd round, 63rd overall,
2002)
Lukas Mensator (Vancouver 3rd round, 83rd overall,
2002)
Petr Dvorak (Washington 4th round, 118th overall,
2002)
David Turon (Toronto 4th round, 122nd overall, 2002)
Tomas Micka (Edmonton 8th round, 245th overall, 2002)

2003 Draft Prospects: Milan Michalek, Roman Vondracek

FINLAND

Tuomo Ruutu (Chicago 1st round, 9th overall, 2001)
Henrik Juntunen (Los Angeles 3rd round, 83rd overall,
2001)
Tuomas Nissinen (St. Louis 3rd round, 89th overall,
2001)
Tomi Maki (Calgary 4th round, 108th overall, 2001)
Jussi Timonen (Philadelphia 5th round, 146th overall,
2001)
Jussi Jokinen (Dallas 6th round, 192nd overall, 2001)
Teemu Jaaskelainen (Chicago 7th round, 205th overall,
2001)
Kari Lehtonen (Atlanta 1st round, 2nd overall, 2002)
Joni Pitkanen (Philadelphia 1st round, 4th overall,
2002)
Jesse Niinimaki (Edmonton 1st round, 15th overall,
2002)
Sean Bergenheim (NY Islanders 1st round, 22nd overall,
2002)
Valtteri Filppula (Detroit 3rd round, 95th overall,
2002)
Mikko Kalteva (Colorado 4th round, 107th overall,
2002)
Topi Jaakola (Florida 5th round, 134th overall, 2002)
Tuomas Mikkonen (Dallas 8th round, 243rd overall,
2002)

2003 Draft Prospect: Janne Jalasvaara


GERMANY

Marcel Goc (San Jose 1st round, 20th overall, 2001)
Dimitri Patzold (San Jose 4th round, 107th overall,
2001)
Stefan Schauer (Ottawa 5th round, 162nd overall, 2001)

2003 Draft Prospect: Yannic Seidenberg


RUSSIA

Alexander Perezhogin (Montreal 1st round, 25th
overall, 2001)
Timofei Shishkanov (Nashville, 33rd overall, 2001)
Fedor Tyutin (NY Rangers 2nd round, 40th overall,
2001)
Andrei Taratukhin (Calgary 2nd round, 41st overall,
2001)
Alexander Polushin (Tampa Bay 2nd round, 47th overall,
2001)
Andrei Medvedev (Calgary 2nd round, 56th overall,
2001)
Igor Grigorenko (Detroit 2nd round, 62nd overall,
2001)
Evgeni Artukhin (Tampa Bay 3rd round, 94th overall,
2001)
Yuri Trubachev (Calgary 5th round, 164th overall,
2001)
Maxim Kondratiev (Toronto 6th round, 168th overall,
2001)

Denis Grebeshkov (Los Angeles 1st round, 18th overall,
2002)
Alexei Kaigorodov (Ottawa 2nd round, 47th overall,
2002)
Kirill Koltsov (Vancouver 2nd round, 49th overall,
2002)
Sergei Anchakov (Los Angeles 2nd round, 50th overall,
2002)
Mikhail Lyubushkin (Los Angeles 7th round, 215th
overall, 2002)
Konstantin Korneev (Montreal 9th round, 275th overall,
2002)

2003 Draft Prospects: Nikolai Zherdev, Konstantin
Barulin, Denis Ezhov

2004 Draft Prospect: Dmitri Pestunov, Alexander Ovechkin


SLOVAKIA

Tomas Slovak (Nashville 2nd round, 42nd overall, 2001)
Igor Pohanka (New Jersey 2nd round, 44th overall,
2001)
Ivan Kolozvary (Toronto 7th round, 198th overall,
2001)
Jan Chovan (Toronto 7th round, 213th overall, 2001)
Milan Jurcina (Boston 8th round, 241st overall, 2001)
Tomas Troliga (St. Louis 3rd round, 89th overall,
2002)

2003 Draft Prospects: Richard Stehlik (QMJHL #2),
Michal Lukac, Ratislav Spirko


SWEDEN

Fredrik Sjostrom (Phoenix 1st round, 11th overall,
2001)
Yared Hagos (Dallas 3rd round, 70th overall, 2001)
Andreas Jamtin (Detroit 5th round, 157th overall,
2001)
Simon Skoog (St. Louis 9th round, 283rd overall, 2001)
Alexander Steen(Toronto 1st round, 24th overall,
2002)
Joakim Lindstrom (Columbus 2nd round, 41st overall,
2002)
Jonas Almtorp (Edmonton 4th round, 111st overall,
2002)
Marcus Paulsson (NY Islanders 5th round, 149th
overall, 2002)

2003 Draft Prospects: Robert Nilsson, Andreas Valdix,
Tobias Enstrom


SWITZERLAND

Beat Forster (Phoenix 3rd round, 78th overall, 2001)
Severin Blindenbacher (Phoenix 9th round, 254th
overall, 2001)
Tobias Stephan (Dallas 2nd round, 34th overall, 2002)
Emauel Peter (Calgary 5th round, 142nd overall, 2002)
Daniel Manzato (Carolina 5th round, 160th overall,
2002)
Patrik Bartschi (Pittsburgh 7th round, 202nd overall,
2002)

2003 Draft Prospects: Kevin Romy, Tim Ramholt, Victor
Stancescu,
Philippe Furrer, Alan Tallarini, Florian Conz


UNITED STATES

Tim Gleason (Ottawa 1st round, 23rd overall, 2001)
Ryan Whitney (Pittsburgh 1st round, 5th overall, 2002)
Eric Nystrom (Calgary 1st round, 10th overall, 2002)
Chis Higgins (Montreal 1st round, 14th overall, 2002)
Brian McConnell (Calgary 2nd round, 39th overall,
2002)
Matt Greene (Edmonton 2nd round, 44th overall, 2002)
Barry Tallackson (New Jersey 2nd round, 53rd overall,
2002)
Matt Jones (Phoenix 3rd round, 80th overall, 2002)
Jame Wisniewski (Chicago 5th round, 156th overall,
2002)
Bobby Goepfert (Pittsburgh 6th round, 171st overall,
2002)
Dwight Helminen (Edmonton 8th round, 244th overall,
2002)

2003 Draft Prospects: Zach Parise (NCAA #1), Ryan
Kesler (NCAA #3), Gino Guyer (NCAA #9), Greg Moore
(NCAA #11), Patrick O’Sullivan (OHL #4), Mark Stuart
(NCAA #4), Dustin Brown (OHL #3), Ryan Suter, James Howard, Patrick Eaves, Ryan Shannon, Brett
Sterling