The Philadelphia Flyers had three players selected during Thursday's NHL All-Star Draft. Unfortunately, Kimmo Timonen had to be separated from teammates Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell. Timonen was selected with Team Chara's fifth pick of the draft. Giroux and Hartnell were taken with Team Alfredsson's fourth and 17th picks, respectively.
Giroux and Hartnell have combined for 43 goals, and 99 points on the season. Timonen has been among the most productive defenseman in the league, ranking sixth amongst his position with 31 points so far on the year. He will join Zdeno Chara and Pavel Datsyuk, the first overall player taken in the draft. Giroux and Hartnell will play with Daniel Alfredsson and his Ottawa teammates Erik Karlsson and Jason Spezza, who were selected with the team's first two picks.
Here are the full results from Thursday:
3) Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins
5) Kimmo Timonen, Philadelphia Flyers
7) Carey Price, Montreal Candiens
9) Ryan Suter, Nashville Predators
10) Jimmy Howard, Detroit Red Wings
12) Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks
13) Dion Phaneuf, Toronto Maple Leafs
14) Jerome Iginla, Calgary Flames
18) Tyler Seguin, Boston Bruins
2) Jason Spezza, Ottawa Senators
10) Dan Girardi, New York Rangers
12) Milan Michalek, Ottawa Senators
13) Henrik Sedin, Vancouver Canucks
14) James Neal, Pittsburgh Penguins
15) Alex Edler, Vancouver Canucks
17) Scott Hartnell, Philadelphia Flyers
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