Please disable your adblock and script blockers to view this page

Canadiens win No. 1 pick in 2022 NHL Draft in lottery
the National Hockey LeagueBienvenue
officiel de la Ligue
National Hockey LeagueVitajte
National Hockey LeagueWillkommen
NHL DraftThe Montreal Canadiens
The New Jersey Devils
the Arizona Coyotes
NHL Network
the Stanley Cup Playoffs
Philadelphia Flyers
the Columbus Blue Jackets
NHL Central Scouting's
the Ontario Hockey League
the USA Hockey National Team Development Program Under-18 Team
the University of Minnesota
IIHF World
TPS of Liiga
European Scouting
Detroit Red Wings9
Columbus Blue Jackets13
Vancouver Canucks16
Buffalo Sabres
the NHL Shield
the Stanley Cup,
Center Ice
NHL Conference
NHL Winter Classic
The Biggest Assist
Stanley Cup Final
Vintage Hockey
NHL Heritage Classic
NHL Stadium Series
NHL All-Star
NHL Face-Off
NHL Premium
NHL Tonight
NHL Network Showdown
NHL Awards
NHL Mascots
Hockey Fights Cancer
NHL Green
NHL Vault
NHL China Games
NHL Power
NHL Outdoors
NHL Enterprises
L.P. ©
Frank J. Zamboni & Co.
All Rights Reserved

Bill Daly
NHL Draft
Doug Wickenheiser
Kent Hughes
Seth Jones
Shane Wright
Gary Bettman
right."Logan Cooley
Riley Hughes
Juraj Slafkovsky
Goran Stubb
Philadelphia Flyers6

North American

No matching tags

Bell Centre
Vegas Golden
Lake Tahoe
NHL Street

New Jersey
2021.New Jersey
the United States
New Jersey Devils3
Arizona Coyotes4
San Jose
New York

Stanley Cup Playoffs
2022 Beijing Olympics
Stanley Cup Qualifiers
The Cup

Positivity     45.00%   
   Negativity   55.00%
The New York Times
Write a review: NHL News

The odds were based on the inverse order of the regular-season standings.The lottery, which was held at the NHL Network offices in Secaucus, New Jersey, included the 16 teams that failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This season, the top 11 teams in the lottery were eligible to receive the No. 1 selection after the NHL announced that teams could only move up 10 spots on March 23, 2021.New Jersey moved ahead of Arizona, which had the second-best odds (13.5 percent), as well as the Seattle Kraken (11.5) and Philadelphia Flyers (9.5).The Chicago Blackawks will transfer the No. 6 pick to the Columbus Blue Jackets under the terms of the trade that involved defenseman Seth Jones on July 23, 2021.The remaining teams were slotted in by the order of their finish in the standings. Picks 17-32 will be determined by the results of the playoffs.Montreal (22-49-11), which finished last in the NHL, could use the No. 1 pick to select center Shane Wright, who was No. 1 in NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of North American skaters.Video: Gary Bettman conducts 2022 NHL Draft lotteryWright (6-foot, 191 pounds) finished eighth in the Ontario Hockey League with 94 points (32 goals, 62 assists) in 63 regular-season games for Kingston. So, I can do a lot of things right."Logan Cooley (5-10, 174), who was No. 2 in NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of North American skaters, is another option after he had 75 points (27 goals, 48 assists) in 51 games with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program Under-18 Team.

As said here by Mike G. Morreale