NHL draft June 27-28 in Philly; here’s the draft order


Ya boys won’t be participating in the draft until late second round. Also, Los Angeles will close the draft with the last two picks, thanks to the Rangers … barring trades, of course.

From the NHL:


NEW YORK (June 19, 2014) — The National Hockey League announced
today the order of selection for the 2014 NHL Draft, June 27-28 at Wells
Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The first round will be conducted on Friday,
June 27 and broadcast live by NBCSN in the United States and TSN and RDS in
Canada, beginning at 7 p.m., ET. Rounds 2-7 will be held on Saturday, June
28, beginning at 10 a.m., ET, with NHL Network providing live coverage to
viewers throughout North America.

Visit NHL.com/draft for comprehensive Draft coverage, including
prospect profiles, scouting reports, rankings and video.

Round 1

1. Florida
2. Buffalo
3. Edmonton
4. Calgary
5. NY Islanders
6. Vancouver
7. Carolina
8. Toronto
9. Winnipeg
10. Anaheim (from Ottawa)
11. Nashville
12. Phoenix
13. Washington
14. Dallas
15. Detroit
16. Columbus
17. Philadelphia
18. Minnesota
19. Tampa Bay
20. San Jose
21. St. Louis (conditional to Buffalo)
22. Pittsburgh
23. Colorado
24. Anaheim
25. Boston
26. Montreal
27. Chicago
28. Tampa Bay (from NY Rangers)
29. Los Angeles
30. New Jersey

Round 2

31. Buffalo
32. Florida
33. St. Louis (from Edmonton)
34. Calgary
35. NY Islanders
36. Vancouver
37. Carolina
38. ANA or CBJ, at ANA’s option (from TOR)
39. Buffalo (from Winnipeg via Minnesota)
40. Ottawa
41. New Jersey
42. Nashville
43. Phoenix
44. Washington
45. Dallas
46. Nashville (from Detroit)
47. Columbus
48. Philadelphia
49. Buffalo (from Minnesota; conditional to St. Louis)
50. Tampa Bay
51. San Jose
52. St. Louis
53. San Jose (from Pittsburgh)
54. Calgary (from Colorado)
55. Anaheim
56. Boston (conditional to Philadelphia)
57. NY Islanders (from Montreal)
58. Phoenix (from Chicago)
59. NY Rangers
60. Los Angeles

Round 3

61. Buffalo (conditional to St. Louis)
62. Chicago (from Florida)
63. Columbus (from Edmonton via LA)
64. Calgary
65. NY Islanders
66. Vancouver
67. Carolina
68. Toronto
69. Winnipeg
70. Ottawa
71. New Jersey
72. Nashville
73. Phoenix
74. Washington
75. Dallas
76. Detroit
77. Columbus
78. NY Islanders (from Philadelphia)
79. Minnesota
80. Tampa Bay
81. San Jose
82. St. Louis
83. Calgary (from Pittsburgh)
84. Colorado
85. Anaheim
86. Boston (conditional to Philadelphia)
87. Montreal
88. Chicago
89. NY Rangers
90. Los Angeles

Round 4

91. Edmonton (from Buffalo via Minnesota)
92. Florida
93. Colorado (from Edmonton via Toronto)
94. Toronto (from Calgary)
95. NY Islanders
96. Carolina (from Vancouver)
97. Carolina
98. Chicago (from Toronto)
99. Winnipeg
100. Ottawa
101. Winnipeg (from New Jersey)
102. Nashville
103. Toronto (from Phoenix)
104. Washington
105. Dallas
106. Detroit
107. Columbus
108. NY Islanders (from Philadelphia)
109. Minnesota
110. St. Louis (from Tampa Bay)
111. Edmonton (from San Jose)
112. Nashville (from St. Louis)
113. Pittsburgh
114. Colorado
115. Dallas (from Anaheim via Washington)
116. Boston
117. Montreal
118. Washington (from Chicago via NY Islanders)
119. NY Rangers
120. Los Angeles

Round 5

121. Buffalo
122. NY Rangers (from Florida)
123. Anaheim (from Edmonton)
124. St. Louis (from Calgary)
125. Montreal (from NY Islanders)
126. Vancouver
127. Carolina
128. Toronto
129. Winnipeg
130. Edmonton (from Ottawa)
131. New Jersey
132. Nashville
133. Phoenix
134. Washington
135. Dallas
136. Detroit
137. Edmonton (from Columbus)
138. Philadelphia
139. Minnesota
140. Tampa Bay
141. Chicago (from San Jose)
142. Tampa Bay (from St. Louis)
143. Florida (from Pittsburgh)
144. Colorado
145. Pittsburgh (from Anaheim)
146. Boston
147. Montreal
148. Chicago
149. San Jose (from NY Rangers)
150. Los Angeles

Round 6

151. Buffalo (conditional to Edmonton)
152. New Jersey (from Florida)
153. Edmonton
154. Dallas (from Calgary)
155. NY Islanders
156. Vancouver
157. Los Angeles (from Carolina)
158. Toronto
159. Winnipeg
160. Minnesota (from Ottawa)
161. New Jersey
162. Nashville
163. Phoenix
164. Washington
165. Dallas
166. Detroit
167. Minnesota (from Columbus via NY Rangers)
168. Philadelphia
169. Minnesota
170. Tampa Bay
171. San Jose
172. St. Louis
173. Pittsburgh
174. Colorado
175. Calgary (from Anaheim)
176. St. Louis (from Boston)
177. Montreal
178. Chicago
179. San Jose (from NY Rangers)
180. Los Angeles

Round 7

181. Buffalo
182. Florida
183. Edmonton
184. Calgary
185. NY Islanders
186. Vancouver
187. Carolina
188. Toronto
189. Winnipeg
190. Ottawa
191. Phoenix (from New Jersey)
192. Washington (from Nashville)
193. Phoenix
194. Washington
195. Dallas
196. Detroit
197. Columbus
198. Philadelphia
199. Minnesota
200. Tampa Bay
201. Detroit (from San Jose)
202. St. Louis
203. Pittsburgh
204. Colorado
205. Anaheim
206. Boston
207. Montreal
208. Chicago
209. Los Angeles (from NY Rangers)
210. Los Angeles

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  1. We need goals, surely, with #19 jettisoned, but losing Boyler, Dorsett, and PullOut turns us back into Smurf Central.

  2. Rob in Beantown on

    That kid in the picture looks pretty happy for a 7th rounder. Probably won’t even play in the league.

  3. Doodie Machetto on


  4. Rob in Beantown on

    Taylor Chorney is a 27 year old AHLer who couldn’t crack the lineup for the Edmonton Oilers, so we should probably sign him quick before somebody else recognizes the value.

  5. Doodie Machetto on


  6. Doodie Machetto on

    All I’m saying is if you want size, then add size. If you want guys that play big, then add them. The two are not the same thing. MZA plays as big as the building, but no one is ever going to think of him as “size” in the lineup. Likewise for Dorsett. I don’t think he adds “size” to our lineup.

  7. Dorsett and Zucc possess two distinctly different skill sets. Zucc hardly plays ‘big,’ rather he plays energetically. I’m not trying to win an ‘argument,’ just stating the obvious.

  8. I went to the *MSG 90% off Sale* and it was entirely, 100%, playoff gear. They have some Stanley Cup players T Shirts (Zucc, McD, Hank, St Louis) for $15 and some Hooded Sweathirts with Hank and Zucc for $40. Basically all the playoff stuff at $20 or less. Some $10 shirts.

    There are no discount jerseys or anything of the sort.

    There are a ton of commemorative pucks for $6-$8 and commemorative pins and such.

  9. Personally, I think there are three types of playing “big”:

    Type 1 – Zuccarello type – plays way bigger than his physical size and because he has skill creates offense.
    Type 2a – Callahan type – skates every shift, finishes checks, works hard on/off the ice. Valuable in the regular season, less so in the playoffs where that style is the norm.
    Type 2b – Boyle type – steps up his game in the playoffs, wonder why we don’t see it all season long.

  10. I think Scott Cullen is severely underestimating the amount of money that Kreider, MZA, and Brassard are going to get.

  11. Not a fan of that roster

    I also disagree on pouliot, he hits as well as any ranger and plays big.

  12. Pouliot is an interesting one. I have been saying: He’s good enough to make any NHL roster and bad enough to get cut from any NHL roster. He’s up and down with the penalties.

    If they get him cheap fine but I can’t watch another season of endless O-Zone penalties.

  13. I just noticed that my New York Rangers puck (which I bought with my $10 gift card from the NHL store just to force them to give me something for free) was made in *SLOVAKIA*

    It’s a Gaborik Conspiracy!

  14. Pouliot is one of those guys you guys just don’t realize we’ll miss if he leaves. He plays a style not a l

  15. Add me to the list of people that want Byfuglyman on NYR. I know he’s slow. He would be a serious threat on the PP point. Right handed shot. I know he’s slow as shyte, but the guy’s got one heavy fuggin shot.

  16. Hell no to Byfuglien, ORR. He would be our HIGHEST PAID D-Man. Rude to McDonagh.

    Kreider should take Pouliot’s spot on that line and that line should be officially named first line.

  17. Rob in Beantown on

    It’d be one thing if Byfuglien could be had easily, but I really don’t want to give up anything of value to get him. Waaay too risky.

  18. Doodie Machetto on

    Manny, hockey pucks largely are made in Slovakia, who are oddly enough the 4th leading country in rubber machinery supply.

  19. Rob in Beantown on

    Girardi’s contract is actually richer than McDonagh’s, though. Is that rude to McD?

  20. Doodie Machetto on

    I have no interest in Byfuglien unless he is part of a package with Kane.

  21. Doodie Machetto on

    Manny, it’s something I noticed when I was a kid. All of the pucks I had were made in Czechoslovakia. After the split, they were all Slovakia.

    On father’s day, my brother and I were at my parents’ house and we dug out some of our old sticks and an old puck and sure enough, Made in Slovakia. This stuff had to be 15 years old.

  22. We really sucked at the Olympics.

    Remember when people thought Kreider would have made all the difference in the world?

    Speaking of which: is Kreider going to work on his breakaways this summer? Because they were God Waffle in OT

  23. Rumor was Byfug didn’t get an Olympic pick because they wanted him to lose some azz, but he couldn’t, or wouldn’t do it.

  24. It is an interesting conversation, Doodie. My childhood puck sitting on my desk at work (Hartford Whalers) was made in Czechoslovakia and then on the logo part it says “MADE IN CANADA” Which I find hysterical. They had to stamp the graphics.

  25. Doodie Machetto on

    Sticks were all wood. Sherwood feather lite with a Paul Coffey curve (which is basically a hook), and a Sherwood iron carbon.

  26. Remember when eminger lambasted big buff along the boards a couple of seasons ago?

    That was awesome

  27. The Czech girl on my desk was made in the Czech Republic 22 yrs ago and I don’t give a puck!

  28. Hands down the best 7th rounder in the History of Hockey!

    Out side of Big Buff, he does have his name on the cup already!!!

  29. Snow gives Sharks fifth round pick for the rights to ‘talk to’ Dan Boyle. Snow has the rights, but Boyle refuses to talk with him. July first, rights expire.

  30. Snow is an idiot…we should all be counting our lucky stars we have slats instead of snow.

  31. Technically Big Buff was round 8, #245 pick in the draft.

    Hank was round 7, #205.

    I can’t think of a player that has won more in there draft position.

    You can’t pick the one’s that weren’t drafted, that’s a whole new category.

  32. Zetterburg has 2 Cups, the Captain, and a GWG STanley Cup goal. He has no chance to eclipse gilmores stats, but that was a different era in goal scoring.

  33. Doodie Machetto on

    If you pronounce Uruguay in Spanish, it sounds like Uruk-hai, the super orcs from the Lord of the Rings. I bet Zuccarello could take them out.

  34. Doodie Machetto on

    Prucha and Hollweg were both 8th rounders. Hagelin and Fast were both 6th rounders. Average them together and you get 4 7th rounders.

  35. Gilmour wasn’t drafted in his first year eligibility, but in the 7th round the following year when he was 19.

    I would say he wins as the best 7th round draft pic award.

  36. Doodie Machetto on


    In all seriousness, it was probably Reijo or Laidlaw.

  37. Doodie Machetto on

    Even though he never played an NHL game, I’d say Jan Marek was our best 8th round pick.

  38. Between willie Mitchell’s stellar play and England’s terrible play so far this World Cup, does anyone have LW on suicide watch?

  39. Doodie Machetto on

    Not a must win. It’s a must not lose. A draw doesn’t eliminate either side, although, it could mean elimination if either Costa Rica (Uruguay) or Italy (England) earn a point in either of their next two games, including against each other. Given the very high likelihood that Italy earns at least a point against Costa Rica, this is about as close to a must-win as you can get for England.

  40. Doodie Machetto on

    Correction, with a draw, both teams could still advance even if Costa Rica or Italy earn a point in their next match by winning their third match (Costa Rica vs. England, Italy v. Uruguay).

    If either side loses this match, their only chance to stave off elimination would be on goal differential, if and only if Costa Rica and Italy do not draw, and they beat their final opponent while the opposite game is won by either Italy or Costa Rica.

    Confusing, I know.

  41. Germany is probably one of the favorites but they always slowly collapse like flan in a cupboard.

  42. Doodie Machetto on

    Ever since 1998, I always have picked Holland. I was almost finally rewarded for it last time around. But yes, I’d say Germany are the favorites, and would have said so even with Spain in the tournament.

  43. Ulf to be the bench boss in Penguinville.

    Coaching his son has to be the draw don’t you think?

  44. Doodie Machetto on

    Nothing official on Ulf to Pitt. Just that he’s not going to be in Carolina. Sully interviewed for a few jobs a couple of years ago and didn’t get any of them, either.

  45. One of those idiots who does the “NHL is tougher” photoshops should do one for this. Would be just as idioty.

  46. I was yelling about Dempsey being a “baby” when he got kicked in the nose. People at the bar were very concerned that “HE BROKE HIS NOSE!” to which I said: a.) who cares he can still play; 2.) it’s clearly not broken; and D.) this is why Hockey is better

  47. Doodie Machetto on

    I don’t think he was faking it. He was pretty damn wobbly on the sideline while he was fighting with the team doctor to stay in. He really should have come out.

  48. Doodie Machetto on

    His nose was definitely broken. In soccer that’s so much more devastating in hockey. In hockey a) you can get it tended to on the bench/in the dressing room while the game continues without hurting your team too much; 2) the biggest problem with a broken nose is being able to breathe/swallowing blood. In hockey, you can take your shift and then come to the bench to recover. In soccer, you’re stuck out there to suffer for much longer periods of time before you can get a respite.; and D) hockey is better for a lot of other reasons than arguing over who is tougher.

  49. Doodie Machetto on

    Great play by Sturridge there, just after my comment. He’s some player.

  50. Doodie Machetto on

    Manny, it was broken. It’s been confirmed as broken, unless they are lying to us on purpose.

    I also hate England.

  51. Rob in Beantown on

    a) It’s the World Cup. Suck it up. 2) It’s the World Cup. Suck it up. D) Hockey is better.

  52. Rob in Beantown on

    I know. That was more a response to the concerned people at the bar than to anything you were saying.

  53. I wouldn’t count Brazil out at home.

    Plus that crap assed heat humidity has to take its toll on non regional teams

    It looks like Dustin brown embellishing on every play

  54. Sucking it up would have been bleeding all over the competition and scoring a few more goals.

    Soccer = Europansification

  55. Doodie Machetto on

    Ah. I’m just saying that it’s a big deal in both sports. And a professional is going to play through the pain.

    As long as their body will move, they will play through it.

    One of the worst broken noses I can remember was in boxing. Israel Vasquez, who is an absolute warrior with no quit, quit on his stool against Rafa Marquez in their first fight of their epic trilogy (I like to pretend the fourth fight didn’t happen because Vasquez was just a shell of himself at that point) simply because he could no longer take a breathe from how badly broken his nose had been for the past 25 minutes.

  56. I just like making fun of Soccer. Even though I enjoy it for the World Cup. Other than that it’s a bunch of overpaid Eurotrash people whining on the ground like a bunch of babies.

    France is awesome because of the Marquis De Lafayette.

    England sucks because of 1776. NEVER FORGET

  57. Doodie Machetto on

    Love France because of the French Fry.

    Hate France because French Fries make me closer to a Brodeur.

  58. England? Screw them. We saved *them* in WWII. England and Canada were essentially out of weapons. We came right to their aid!

  59. I learned it all from Eddie Izzard. Also, screw you guys. You guys just know that history you got in school. It’s biased and skewed. Read some *REAL* history.

  60. Toughness rankings:
    1. Hockey
    2. Soccer
    3. People who sit around making fun of hockey or soccer
    4. Lawyers

  61. You know who isn’t tough, Doc? People who like THE NATIONAL.


  62. Doodie Machetto on

    Angus declares that no true Scotsmen put sugar on their porridge, to which Lachlan points out that he is a Scotsman and puts sugar on his porridge. Furious, like a true Scot, Angus yells that no *true* Scotsman sugars his porridge.

  63. Doodie Machetto on

    Manny, my wife’s old boss had a JD and used to make people call her Dr.

    It didn’t go over well when II was introduced to her as Dr. [name withheld], asked her what her doctorate was in, and then laughed when she said it was a JD.

  64. That’s really funny. Although, idiots with History PHD’s demand to be called DOCTORS. Despite being a doctor of nothing.

  65. That’s my biggest gripe. When anyone other than an actual Doctor demands to be called “Doctor”

    So annoying.

  66. Doodie Machetto on

    Manny, at least there is some tradition behind calling a Ph.D a Doctor. She must be literally the only person on earth with a JD who is doing that.

  67. Idiots with history PhDs that know more about history than manny (but not the Simpsons)

  68. Doodie Machetto on

    I think that’s why Manny is so upset about it. They know more about history and read better.

  69. What about those annoying people who insist on being called “Maestro”. I hate that.

  70. Doodie Machetto on

    Well, if you are a conductor you should be called “Maestro.” You don’t need to conduct the NY Philharmonic to be called Maestro.

  71. Doodie Machetto on

    Bob Cobb declares that there are no Tuscan houses for rent in Tuscany, to which Jerry points out that he has found a house to rent in Tuscany. Furious, like a true Maestro, Bob Cobb yells that no *true* houses are available for rent in Tuscany.

  72. Night Night England.

    How is that even possible, the home of the Premier League on the outside looking in?

  73. Doodie Machetto on

    All of the best players in the league are from other countries.

    Coincidentally, Luis Suarez, their conqueror today, is the best player on league runner up Liverpool.

  74. Um, we’re the home of MAJOR LEAGUE soccer and were poor odds to advance out of group play.

  75. Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge. I hate annoying people who call themselves The Brooklyn Bridge.

  76. Doodie Machetto on

    Premier > Major, no? The Premier is the leader of the whole state, the Major is just a upper middle rank in the military.

  77. Wick, is that little guy in your avatar our new third line center of the future?

  78. I know a guy named Doctor Doctor. True. I think of him as an irony or a pair a docs.

  79. ‘Daily News’, daily blues
    Pick up a copy any time you choose
    Just a buck fifty in the newsboy’s hand,
    And you ride right along to never, never land.’

  80. ‘We’re gonna run some tests on that top.’

    That’s what they said to Paulina at the beauty contest.

  81. Coos
    It’s says “in case you don’t get any tonight, here’s a little ass”

  82. I couldn’t read that. :) Wonder how many guys have lost their girl friends over a misjudged greeting card.

  83. ZzZz NYR ZzZz©" Don't Stepan THE logo!!!"...says Greg L. on

    Will Hagalen be the fastest skater at the 2015 All star game?

    Make your bets .

    adds makers are talling up the totals.

  84. Doodie Machetto on

    Does that assume he is going to make the all-star game? Because he isn’t.

  85. Like to see Hags and Kreider go one on one. McDonagh’s no slouch, either, but I can’t imagine he beats either of those 2.

  86. Doodie Machetto on

    I think Hags beats Kreider in a rink wide straight ahead foot race. But if it involves breaking through a check first, or going through a shorter foot race, I think Kreider has more powerful and explosive first strides.

  87. Really starting to miss not watching either of them every other night. I allowed myself to watch a little nhl network today and for the first time saw the clinching goal. I think I may be coming out of my denial.

  88. It’s just that I was really looking forward to getting a new hat.

    And the DVD set.

  89. Doodie Machetto on

    The Greek team is complaining to the officials like no other team has ever done before. It’s embarrassing to watch.

  90. Wonder how Henrik is going to spend that $4,000 less taxes (that they paid him per performance for his playoff run.)

  91. iManny-O-War on

    Just got Jury Duty for July 1st. Obviously moving that. Can’t do that on Free Agent Frenzy day.

  92. Doodie Machetto on

    Second yellow card was justified, first yellow card was not a good call.

  93. iManny-O-War on

    Well, Greece just argued its way out of the tournament.

    If you want to see Greeks argue you should sit in on their meetings with the World Bank.

  94. Doodie Machetto on

    If you want to see Greeks argue, you should see two Greeks within 10 feet of each other. Two Greeks, three opinions.

  95. Seee, in Scotland, caddy said to me after I missed green from 150 with a strong eight – “Brave attempt, sir.”

  96. It’s a wedge where all of the mayo and tomato fall out and land on your suit. Oh, wait, that’s a slob wedge.

  97. Manny-O-War, King of Metal on

    I think, if the wind was behind me there, that would be the only way I could hit a lob wedge 150 yards!

  98. “Pat Verbeek called McGuire’s firing the best thing that could have happened to the Whalers.”


  99. iManny-O-War on

    I was sting to Mrs. Manny that they should have a hockey version of soccer. 11 Men per side on a huge sheet of ice.

  100. iManny-O-War on

    I play a set of clubs that are 2 degrees upright. Less loft. Because they were fitted for my dad who is amazing at golf.

    They are hard to hit.

  101. Soccer should have only 3 players per side. Problem is, their balls would be bouncing all over the place.

  102. Pierre: “Boys go out there and have fun; I’ll be with you in a bit after I trash all the furniture in my office.”

  103. iManny-O-War on

    He was. I am not. But he certainly was. Growing up we would play and he would shoot 3-6 under par.

  104. iManny-O-War on

    To go back a bit, the worst thing that ever happened to the Whalers was joining the NHL.

  105. Kramer: Do it, Jackie. Stan’s the man.

    Jackie: Stan? Who the hell is Stan?

    Kramer: He’s my caddy.

  106. I would think about the Senior Tour if I were him. Of course, he’d have to beat Freddy Couples, Davis Love, Verplank and Lee Janzen, Woody Austin, Jeff Maggert and a host of others :)

  107. iManny-O-War on

    Haha. He’s pretty old Coos. Anything older than Senior (I mean champions of course)?

  108. “I was sting to Mrs. Manny that they should have a hockey version of soccer. 11 Men per side on a huge sheet of ice.”

    They do have it. It’s called bandy. They were supposed to include it as an event in the Sochi Olympics – for some reason it got axed, and they had a World Championship instead.

  109. Horse Teeth has contributed some big moments as a Ranger. He deserves credit for them. But, let’s not kid ourselves and think he can finish this contract.

    He should have never been signed. We had a chance to after other real top 6 guys like Kovalchuk. Richie was never ever going to live up to that contract and wasn’t a first line player. You think about all the jobs he cost on this team. Couldn’t center Gaby the first year, played 4th line for stretches during the season. Couldn’t center Gaby and Nash the second year and Gaby gets traded and Torts fired. Couldn’t play with Callahan, Callahan gets traded for Richie’s best *buddy*, MSL.

    Gotta buyout the guy!

  110. Today.
    Do it today, Slats.
    Rip the band aid off, pull the trigger.

    Buy out Richards.


  111. So lots of pre-draft rumours still flying around. I for one would be OK with “Big Joe” Thornton depending on what it would take to acquire him.
    If we are going to try to ride Hank/MSL/Nash to the cup in the next 2-3 years getting Big Joe on a 3 yr deal is not too bad, but it worries me what we’d have to give up – although the master of the dark trade arts is our GM so maybe he has compromising pictures of Doug Wilson as well as the ones he had of Bob Gainey?

  112. Za'rat (TheOtherGuysGreed) Jones on

    I love draft day! It’s the one time everyone is so POZY!!! Even if we draft a 70 year old guy, everyone is so POZY WOZY!!

    I love it!

  113. Za'rat (TheOtherGuysGreed) Jones on

    We should all go out for draft day and have drinks and sing songs and get drunk and celebrate!

    I know some bars that are fun. Who’s with me! ?

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