Los Angeles makes a splash in MLS Re-Entry Draft

The Los Angeles Galaxy made a big splash in Entry Draft on Monday.

The reigning MLS champions selected four new players and two players from their 2011 roster, scooping up goalkeeper Jon Conway, defenders Andrew Boyens and Chris Leitch, and forward Pat Noonan, as well as returning Galaxy players Dasan Robinson and Frankie Hejduk.

The Colorado Rapids and New England Revolution both selected players as well, as Colorado took Baggio Husidic and Hunter Freeman, while New England selected Nate Jaqua and Clyde Simms.

The Chicago Fire and Seattle Sounders also made moves. Chicago took Kheli Dube from New England and Seattle hijacked Marc Burch from D.C. United.

All teams who selected players on Monday will have seven days to make a contract offer, while players on the draft board who were not taken can be negotiated with on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Several MLS veterans were not taken, highlighted by the league's all-time leading scorer Jeff Cunningham. Bouna Coundoul, Chris Albright, Stefani Miglioranzi, and Pat Phelan were also neglected in the draft.

Below is a complete list of players selected on Monday with the player's previous team listed in parentheses:

CHICAGO FIRE: Kheli Dube (New England Revolution).

COLORADO RAPIDS: Baggio Husidic (Chicago Fire) and Hunter Freeman (Houston Dynamo).

LOS ANGELES GALAXY: Andrew Boyens (Chivas USA), Chris Leitch (San Jose Earthquakes), Pat Noonan (Seattle Sounders FC), Jon Conway (Chicago Fire), Dasan Robinson (Los Angeles Galaxy), and Frankie Hejduk (Los Angeles Galaxy).

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION: Nate Jaqua (Seattle Sounders FC) and Clyde Simms (D.C. United).

SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC: Marc Burch (D.C. United).