2019 NHL Draft

report this ad The Calgary Flames went into the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver hoping to improve their team and potentially add some draft picks. They didn’t make any trades to add selections, but they didn’t trade any away and ended up selecting five players over the weekend. Jakob Pelletier was selected by the Calgary
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report this ad It’s been five years since the Pittsburgh Penguins had a chance to make a first-round pick in the NHL Entry Draft, the last being current Toronto Maple Leafs winger Kasperi Kapanen in 2014. Maple Leafs right wing Kasperi Kapanen was the Penguins’ last first-round pick in 2014. (Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports) While
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report this ad It’s no secret that, after years of being touted as owning one of the league’s deepest prospect pools, the Arizona Coyotes now lack high-end offensive talent in the organization. The club’s scoring woes, which kept the team out the playoffs despite allowing the fifth-fewest goals in the league, were well-documented last season.
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report this ad The Nashville Predators entered the 2019 Draft needing an influx of talent to their barren farm system. Specifically, they needed an infusion of offense across all levels, and thankfully, general manager David Poile recognized this need and targeted scorers throughout the draft. It all started with their first-round selection. Round 1, 24th
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report this ad The Minnesota Wild entered the draft with needs at every position on the depth chart. With picks in each of the seven rounds, general manager Paul Fenton could take the best player available approach and attempt to find value in each round. By acquiring another pick in the second round, he increased
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report this ad The Arizona Coyotes acquired the 11th-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft from the Philadelphia Flyers, sending the 14th and 45th selections in return. The Coyotes used the pick to draft Swedish defender Victor Söderström. With the Flyers on the clock at the 11th spot, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced that
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report this ad After surprising some with the selection of defenseman Victor Soderstrom in the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft on Friday evening in Vancouver, British Columbia, the Arizona Coyotes and general manager John Chayka aggressively addressed the club’s biggest organizational need – forward depth – on the draft’s second day. Sitting
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report this ad With the 1st Pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils Have Selected Jack Hughes From the US NTDP Program. About Jack Hughes For the second consecutive season, the first-overall pick was ranked No. 1 from wire to wire. Jack Hughes is as good a prospect as it gets
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By Brandon Share-Cohen June 21st, 2019 report this ad The 2019 NHL Draft is finally here. With a busy day already underway, it’s only right that we provide you with a single place to keep updated on all of the picks that take place on Friday night. The list will also include links attached to
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report this ad The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without a first-round pick at this Friday’s NHL Entry Draft, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be able to acquire high-end talent. The team’s first selection will come in the second round at 53rd overall and from past experience, we know that there will be plenty
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report this ad The 2018 NHL Entry Draft was a bounce-back year for the QMJHL. Four players were selected in the first round, double the results of 2016 and 2017. Filip Zadina was the first taken from the league at sixth overall by the Detroit Red Wings. Noah Dobson nearly joined him in the top
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