The New York Islanders selected Robin Salo (second round), Benjamin Mirageas (third round), Sebastian Aho (fifth round), Arnaud Durandeau (sixth round) and Logan Cockerill (seventh round) in the 2017 NHL draft.
Salo, 18, is a Finnish defenseman who put up one goal and 15 assists in 65 games with Sport Vaasa of the Finnish Liiga last season.
Mirageas is an 18-year-old American defenseman bound for Providence College. He helped the Chicago Steel win the USHL championship while posting 10 assists in 14 games.
Aho, 21, is a Swedish defenseman. He posted 10 goals and 20 assists in 50 games with the Swedish club Skellefteå AIK last season. He is not to be confused with a player of the same name who currently plays for the Carolina Hurricanes.
Durandeau, a Canadian, came via a pick that the Islanders acquired from the Los Angeles Kings. The 18-year-old left wing put up 41 points in 64 games for the Halifax Mooseheads last season.
Cockerill, 18, is another left wing. The American put up 10 points in 16 games last season and is set to attend Boston University in the fall.