2012 NHL Draft: Avalanche Finish Draft By Selecting Forward Colin Smith In 7th Round

With their final selection of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, the Colorado Avalanche selected forward Colin Smith with the 192nd overall selection.

Smith, 19, has played four seasons with the WHL Kamloops Blazers. He scored 85 points in 72 games last season with the Blazers, including 35 goals. Yahoo! named Colin Smith as one of the potential gems available on Day Two of the draft.

Smith sticks out since he played for Canada in the IIHF world under-18 championship in April, albeit when several of his peers were still engaged in league playoffs. The Edmonton native had 50 points as a 17-year-old on a bad Blazers team.

Colorado focused on smart, two-way forward prospects with each of their first four selections in this draft, and they made it a clean sweep by selecting Smith. Five picks in this draft, five forwards selected.

Here is your Colorado Avalanche 2012 Draft Class:

Second Round: Forward Mitchell Heard

Third Round: Forward Troy Bourke

Fifth Round: Michael Clarke

Sixth Round: Forward Joseph Blandisi

Seventh Round: Forward Colin Smith

For more coverage, visit our Avalanche blog Mile High Hockey. For coverage of the entire NHL Draft, visit SB Nation NHL.

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