NHL Draft 2019: Order| Lottery| Draft Result| Prospectus

The NHL Entry Draft is an annual meeting in which every franchisee of the National Hockey League (NHL) selects the rights of systematically available ice hockey players, who meet the draft qualification requirements. (North American player 18) -20 years old and European / International player of 18-21 years; All others enter the league as unrestricted free agents). Today we will discuss about NHL Draft 2019: Order| Lottery| Draft Result| Prospectus

NHL Draft 2019: Order| Lottery| Draft Result| Prospectus

NHL Draft 2019: Order| Lottery| Draft Result| Prospectus

The NHL Entry Draft is held once every year, usually within two to three months after the closing of the previous session. During the draft, the team selects amateur players of junior or collegiate league and professional leagues of the European league.

Order

It is going to expand in Vancouver, the city known for its high rainfall.

  •  NHL Draft 2019 Order closes on Friday, June 21 with the first round, and it indicates weekend with some changes in the weekend and perhaps some big-name trades are also going down.
  • New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers Jack Hughes and Capo Cacao figure to make two picks made earlier, but who goes after it, it will be a matter of debate until the number 3 pick is made.
  • By the end of the weekend, there will be many surprises and possibilities wearing a junkie pressed jersey around the Rogers Arena.

Take a look at the NHL Draft 2019 Order and full-first order on Friday evening:

NHL Draft 2019 Order

Round: 7

To create total picks: 217

Several first-round pixed teams: Colorado Avalanche (Nos. 4, 16), Buffalo Sabers (No. 7, 31), Anaheim, Duck (Nos. 9, 29).

Zero First-round Picks Teams: Columbus Blue Jacket, San Jose Shark, Toronto Maple Leafs

NHL Draft 2019 Order First Round 

1. New Jersey Devils
2. New York Rangers
3. Chicago Blackhawks
4. Colorado Avalanche (via OTT)
5. Los Angeles Kings
6. Detroit Red Wings
7. Buffalo Sabres
8. Edmonton Oilers
9. Anaheim Ducks
10. Vancouver Canucks
11. Philadelphia Flyers
12. Minnesota Wild
13. Florida Panthers
14. Arizona Coyotes
15. Montreal Canadiens
16. Colorado Avalanche
17. Vegas Golden Knights
18. Dallas Stars
19. Ottawa Senators (via CBJ)
20. Winnipeg Jets
21. Pittsburgh Penguins
22. Los Angeles Kings (via TOR)
23. New York Islanders
24. Nashville Predators
25. Washington Capitals
26. Calgary Flames
27. Tampa Bay Lightning
28. Carolina Hurricanes
29. Anaheim Ducks (from BUF, via SJS)
30. Boston Bruins
31. Buffalo Sabres (via STL)

Lottery

PICK TEAM REC. PTS PPG TOP 3 #1 OVR
1

2
31-41-10 72 0.878 33.9% 11.5%
2

4
32-36-14 78 0.951 23.3% 7.5%
3

9
36-34-12 84 1.024 8.2% 2.5%
4

3
  
29-47-6 64 0.780 49.4% 18.5%
5

3
31-42-9 71 0.866 38.8% 13.5%
6

2
32-40-10 74 0.902 28.8% 9.5%
7

2
33-39-10 76 0.927 26.1% 8.5%
8

1
35-38-9 79 0.963 20.4% 6.5%
9

1
35-37-10 80 0.976 19.0% 6.0%
10

1
35-36-11 81 0.988 16.0% 5.0%
11

1
37-37-8 82 1.000 11.4% 3.5%
12

1
37-36-9 83 1.012 9.8% 3.0%
13 36-32-14 86 1.049 6.6% 2.0%
14 39-35-8 86 1.049 5.0% 1.5%
15 44-30-8 96 1.171 3.3% 1.0%
END OF LOTTERY
16 38-30-14 90 1.098
17 43-32-7 93 1.134
18 43-32-7 93 1.134
19
  
47-31-4 98 1.195
20 47-30-5 99 1.207
21 44-26-12 100 1.220
22
  
46-28-8 100 1.220
23 48-27-7 103 1.256
24 47-29-6 100 1.220
25 48-26-8 104 1.268
26 50-25-7 107 1.305
27 62-16-4 128 1.561
CONFERENCE FINAL LOSERS
28 46-29-7 99 1.207
29
 
46-27-9 101 1.232
STANLEY CUP FINAL TEAMS
30 49-24-9 107 1.305
31
  
45-28-9 99 1.207

MOCK DRAFT

1 Jack Hughes
2 Kaapo Kakko
3 Bowen Byram
4 Alex Turcotte
5 Trevor Zegras

Also read https://www.nhl.com

Draft Result

NHL Draft 2019: Order| Lottery| Draft Result| Prospectus

The dreams of the Stanley Cup are still alive for the 16 teams that go to the NHL Draft 2019 Playoffs, but other franchises put their eyes on a different award during Tuesday’s draft lottery.

New Jersey Devils won the right to choose first and then there were New York Rangers and Chicago Blackhawks. Sportsnet Reporter Elliot Friedman shared full results in a series of tweets

1. New Jersey Devils

2. New York Rangers

3. Chicago Blackhawks

4. Colorado Avalanche

5. Los Angeles Kings

6. Detroit Red Wings

7. Buffalo Sabres

8. Edmonton Oilers

9. Anaheim Ducks

10. Vancouver Canucks

11. Philadelphia Flyers

12. Minnesota Wild

13. Florida Panthers

14. Arizona Coyotes

15. Montreal Canadiens

NHL Draft 2019 News

Abhay Mastarak of NorthJersey.com said that he had the third best opportunity to reach the top with 11.5 percent.

  • This was the Colorado Avalanche – which had opted for the Ottawa Senators ownership as a part of the 2017 trade related to Matt Duchy – who had 18.5 percent of the best chance.
  • Unfortunately for avalanches, they slipped to fourth place.
  • However, they can know that this year there is only the team in the lottery to reach the playoffs.
  • This will be an important draft for New Jersey for no more than No. 1 Pickup.
  • It owns 10 picks in total, including six in the first three rounds, and the pressure to reload to track the future of the franchise.
  • Nothing is new to the lottery fortune team, considering how in 2017 won the number 1 pickup and the center drafted Nico Hichier.

The Swiss has played the last two seasons, in which 52 points are in the form of a cheat and 47 are in the form of second-year playmaker.

Prospectus

RANK NAME TEAM LEAGUE POS
1 Jack Hughes U.S. U18 NTDP C
2 Kaapo Kakko TPS Turku SM-Liiga RW
3 Trevor Zegras U.S. U18 NTDP C
4 Bowen Byram Vancouver WHL LHD
5 Vasily Podkolzin SKA-Neva VHL RW
6 Matthew Boldy U.S. U18 NTDP LW
7 Alex Turcotte U.S. U18 NTDP C
8 Cole Caufield U.S. U18 NTDP RW
9 Pavel Dorofeyev Magnitogorsk KHL LW
10 Dylan Cozens Lethbridge WHL C
11 Peyton Krebs Kootenay WHL C
12 Kirby Dach Saskatoon WHL C
13 Raphael Lavoie Halifax QMJHL C
14 Alex Newhook Victoria BCHL C
15 Ville Heinola Lukko SM-Liiga LHD
16 Spencer Knight U.S. U18 NTDP G
17 Victor Soderstrom Brynas SHL RHD
18 Moritz Seider Adler Mannheim DEL RHD
19 Cameron York U.S. U18 NTDP LHD
20 Nils Hoglander Rogle SHL LW
21 Ryan Suzuki Barrie OHL C
22 Robert Mastrosimone Chicago USHL LW
23 Ilya Nikolaev Loko Yaroslavl MHL C
24 Jakob Pelletier Moncton QMJHL LW
25 Connor McMichael London OHL C
26 Tobias Bjornfot Djurgardens J20 Superelit LHD
27 Michal Teply Benatky N.J. Chance Liga LW
28 Arthur Kaliyev Hamilton OHL RW
29 Philip Broberg AIK Allsvenskan LHD
30 Yegor Spiridonov Stalnye Lisy MHL C
31 John Beecher U.S. U18 NTDP C
32 Philip Tomasino Niagara OHL C
33 Thomas Harley Mississauga OHL LHD
34 Matthew Robertson Edmonton WHL LHD
35 Patrik Puistola Tappara U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga RW
36 Leevi Aaltonen Kalpa U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga RW
37 Oleg Zaytsev Red Deer WHL C
38 Samuel Poulin Sherbrooke QMJHL RW
39 Bobby Brink Sioux City USHL RW
40 Anttoni Honka Jukurit SM-Liiga RHD
41 Ludvig Hedstrom Djurgardens J20 Superelit LHD
42 Ryan Johnson Sioux Falls USHL LHD
43 Lassi Thomson Kelowna WHL RHD
44 Adam Beckman Spokane WHL LW
45 John Farinacci Dexter HS-MA C
46 Nicholas Robertson Peterborough OHL LW
47 Semyon Chystyakov Tolpar MHL LHD
48 Drew Helleson U.S. U18 NTDP RHD
49 Ethan Phillips Sioux Falls USHL C
50 Albin Grewe Djurgardens J20 Superelit RW
51 Albert Johansson Farjestad J20 Superelit LHD
52 Valentin Nussbaumer Shawinigan QMJHL C
53 Harrison Blaisdell Chilliwack BCHL C
54 Egor Afanasyev Muskegon USHL LW
55 Daniil Gutik Loko Yaroslavl MHL LW
56 Ryder Donovan Duluth East HS-MN C
57 Nikita Alexandrov Charlottetown QMJHL C
58 Vojtech Strondala Trebic Chance Liga C
59 Vladislav Kolyachonok Flint OHL LHD
60 Kaedan Korczak Kelowna WHL RHD
61 Brayden Tracey Moose Jaw WHL LW
62 Jamieson Rees Sarnia OHL

Tracker

Round 1

1. New Jersey: F Jack Hughes

2. New York Rangers: F Kaapo Kakko

3. Chicago: F Kirby Dach

4. Colorado (from Ottawa): D Bowen Byram

5. Los Angeles: F Alex Turcotte

6: Detroit: D Moritz Seider

7. Buffalo: F Dylan Cozens

8. Edmonton: D Philip Broberg

9. Anaheim: F Trevor Zegras

10. Vancouver: F Vasily Podkolzin

11. Arizona (from Philadelphia): D Victor Soderstrom

12. Minnesota: F Matthew Boldy

13. Florida: G Spencer Knight

14. Philadelphia (from Arizona): D Cameron York

15. Montreal: F Cole Caufield

16. Colorado: F Alex Newhook

17. Vegas: F Peyton Krebs

18. Dallas: D Thomas Harley

19. Ottawa (from Columbus): D Lassi Thomson

20. Winnipeg (via Rangers): D Ville Heinola

21. Pittsburgh: F Samuel Poulin

22. Los Angeles (from Toronto): D Tobias Bjornfot

23. New York Islanders: F Simon Holmstrom

24. Nashville: F Philip Tomasino

25. Washington: F Connor McMichael

26. Calgary: F Jakob Pelletier

27. Tampa Bay: F Nolan Foote

28. Carolina: F Ryan Suzuki

29. Anaheim (from San Jose via Buffalo): F Brayden Tracey

30. Boston: F John Beecher

31. Buffalo (from St. Louis): D Ryan Johnson

You can also read https://sportsjone.com/tennis-history-rules-rankings-results-tennis-2019-news/

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