Day one of the 2014 NHL Draft was nothing short of fun and exciting for hockey fans across North America.
From the top three selections of Aaron Ekblad to Florida, Sam Reinhart to Buffalo and Leon Draisaitl to Edmonton to the major trade that sent James Neal to Nashville, the first night of the NHL Draft proved to be just as fun as year’s past. But that was only day one.
Day two is where the rest of the magic happens. Rounds 2-7 take place in a fast-paced environment filled with pick after pick in rapid succession. The Buffalo Sabres are the team to watch in the second round due to having three picks in the round, including the first one of the day.
Players like Ivan Barbashev, Brayden Point and Anton Karlsson are just a few of the players expected to hear their names called early in the day. The final day of the draft takes just about three hours and will last from 10am-1pm ET.
For fans in Canada, you will be able to watch the draft, for the last time, on TSN. For the United States fans, the draft coverage transfers over to a different network for day two.
Full details on how to watch rounds 2-7 can be found below.
Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
When: June 28
Start time: 10am
TV: NHL Network (United States & Canada)
Live Stream: NBC Live Extra
Be sure to keep it locked into FanSided.com for full NHL Draft coverage, including breaking trade news and full pick-by-pick analysis. For a full look at the first round draft picks, visit our draft tracker page.