2004–05 St. Louis Blues season
|2004–05 St. Louis Blues|
|General Manager||Larry Pleau|
The 2004–05 St. Louis Blues season was the 38th for the National Hockey League franchise. However, its games were cancelled because of the lockout, that lasted from September 16, 2004 until July 22, 2005.
|1||17||Marek Schwarz||Goaltender||Czech Republic||HC Sparta Praha (Czech Extraliga)|
|2||49||Carl Soderberg||Center||Sweden||Malmo Redhawks (SEL)|
|3||83||Viktor Alexandrov||Right Wing||Kazakhstan||Metallurg Novokuznetsk (RSL)|
|4||116||Michal Birner||Left Wing||Czech Republic||HC Slavia Praha Jr. (Czech)|
|5||136||Nikita Nikitin||Defense||Russia||Avangard Omsk Jr. (Russia)|
|6||180||Roman Polak||Defense||Czech Republic||Vitkovice Jr. (Czech)|
|7||211||David Fredriksson||Wing||Sweden||HV71 Jr. (Sweden)|
|9||277||Jonathan Michel Boutin||Right Wing||Canada||Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)|
- "2004 NHL Entry Draft Picks at hockeydb.com". hockeyDB.com. Retrieved August 7, 2016.