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Winners and Losers from the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery


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NHL
Central Scouting
The New Jersey Devils
The Arizona Coyotes
the Philadelphia Flyers
The Ottawa Senators
Detroit Red Wings
The Columbus Blue Jackets
the Chicago Blackhawks'
OHL
CHL
Canadiens
Bell Centre
GM
Hughes
Anaheim
the Sun Devils
Matvei Michkov
KHL
Sabres
the Blue Jackets
The 'Hawks


Shane Wright
Kraken
Seth Jones
Nick Suzuki
Kent Hughes
Jeff Gorton
Cole Caufield
Marc Bergevin
Logan Mailloux
Rob Blake
Chuck Fletcher
Matthew Savoie
David Jiricek
Ivan Provorov
Nico Hischier
Jack Hughes
Lou Lamoriello
Dougie Hamilton
Tom Fitzgerald
John Gibson
Devils
Connor Bedard
Kent Johnson
Cole Sillinger
Tage Thompson
Stan Bowman
Patrick Kane
Jonathan Toews
Brad Aldrich
Jeremy Colliton
Derek King
Kyle Davidson


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North America


Bell Centre


Montreal
Seattle
Sweden
Los Angeles
Arizona State's
Michkov
SKA St. Petersburg
Tempe
Chicago
Columbus

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The New York Times
SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/10035513-winners-and-losers-from-the-2022-nhl-draft-lottery
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Summary

The New Jersey Devils are picking second, marking the fourth time in six years the club has selected in the top five. Fletcher said he's not asking fans to wait 5-7 years for a winning product and a player like Wright, who could step into a lineup next season, would have helped expedite that retool. They can add another talented young player to that stockpile with the second overall pick.Things were looking up three years ago when they chose Jack Hughes with the first overall pick, but things quickly fell apart. Look, it's not that the No. 3 overall pick is a bad thing, but a player like Wright would bring some much-needed excitement and talent to a team in desperate need of both. Chicago did Columbus a solid with such a dismal season but not too dismal, and as a result the team received the sixth pick and the Jones trade was finally completed.Last season, the Blue Jackets used two of their 2021 draftees, Kent Johnson and Cole Sillinger, and saw good production and development from both.

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