National Hockey League Entry Draft
News and coverage of the NHL Entry Draft
The Lightning have a handful of picks on day two and we’ll cover them as they happen.
One Foote, Two Feete, mostly blue Feete.
They’ve done it before and it’s worth considering again.
Draft day is finally here. Here’s everything you need to get ready.
Because it never hurts to have too many choices
He’s small, he’s fun, but is he worth a pick in the first round?
Yes, I’ll take one Bobby Brink, please.
Drafting an undersized defensemen would be going against type, but Heinola may be worth the risk.
There’s a lot to like about the NHL legacy from Quebec
He’ll probably be gone but if you’re feeling optimisic, keep an eye on Tomasino
A small speedy forward from Quebec. Stop me if you’ve heard this story before.
There’s always something to look forward to.
With their penultimate pick in the 2018 draft, the Lightning selected Radim Salda from the Saint John Sea Dogs.
Fortier, who projects as a bottom six energy forward, was the Lightning’s second round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft.
Jakub Lauko, Aidan Dudas, Cole Fonstad, and Filip Johansson are all likely to be options at 59
Samuelsson, O’Brien, and Noel come off the board
SBNation NHL mock draft recap day six: Picks 25 - 28 including a big trade between the Leafs and Flyers
The Toronto Maple Leafs acquire Wayne Simmonds
Three high upside players with some risk come off the board
Several high upside players come off the board in this range
The second-best Rasmus in the draft goes off the board
The 13th pick was traded twice
Could the Lightning trade up into this range?