The NHL has released the full draft order for all seven rounds at the 2014 NHL Draft. Teams across the league now know exactly where they are slated to pick throughout the entire two-day event that takes place June 27-28 from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Some notes regarding the 2014 NHL Draft order:
- New Jersey picks 30th due to the sanctions placed on the club for the Ilya Kovalchuk contract.
- Anaheim gets Ottawa’s first-round pick as part of the Bobby Ryan trade
- Buffalo will get St. Louis’ first-round pick should Ryan Miller sign with the Blues prior to the start of the draft
- Tampa Bay gets the New York Rangers’ first-round pick as part of the Ryan Callahan/Martin St. Louis trade
- Anaheim must let Columbus know by 7pm on June 27 whether or not they will be using the 38th overall pick.
The full order can be found on the following pages.