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NHL draft 2019: Preview, start time, pick order, live stream and how to watch Rounds 2-7

NHL draft 2019: Preview, start time, pick order, live stream and how to watch Rounds 2-7

Day 1 of the 2019 NHL draft is in the books.

Now it's time for Day 2.

After trading back Friday night to No. 14 and gaining a second-round pick (see story), the Flyers own eight selections Saturday for Rounds 2-7.

"Our guys have identified guys that we can potentially get in the second and third round that they are very excited about getting," Flyers assistant general manager Brent Flahr said.

A lot happens on Day 2, so let's get you set with everything you need to know.

Essentials, Day 2

When: June 22 at 1 p.m. ET
Where: Rogers Arena (Vancouver, British Columbia) 
Network: NHL Network
Live stream: NHL.com
Social media: @NBCSPhilly

Order

Round 2

32. Ottawa Senators
33. Los Angeles Kings
34. Nashville Predators
35. Detroit Red Wings
36. Carolina Hurricanes
37. Carolina Hurricanes
38. Edmonton Oilers
39. Anaheim Ducks
40. Vancouver Canucks
41. San Jose Sharks
42. Minnesota Wild
43. Chicago Blackhawks
44. Ottawa Senators
45. Philadelphia Flyers
46. Montreal Canadiens
47. Colorado Avalanche
48. Vegas Golden Knights
49. New York Rangers
50. Montreal Canadiens
51. Winnipeg Jets
52. Florida Panthers
53. Toronto Maple Leafs
54. Detroit Red Wings
55. New Jersey Devils
56. Washington Capitals
57. New York Islanders
58. New York Rangers
59. Carolina Hurricanes
60. Detroit Red Wings
61. New Jersey Devils
62. St. Louis Blues

Round 3

63. Colorado Avalanche
64. Los Angeles Kings
65. Philadelphia Flyers
66. Detroit Red Wings
67. Buffalo Sabres
68. New York Rangers
69. Florida Panthers
70. New Jersey Devils
71. Vancouver Canucks
72. Philadelphia Flyers
73. Minnesota Wild
74. Arizona Coyotes
75. Nashville Predators
76. Arizona Coyotes
77. Montreal Canadiens
78. Colorado Avalanche
79. Vegas Golden Knights
80. New Jersey Devils
81. Columbus Blue Jackets
82. Vegas Golden Knights
83. Ottawa Senators
84. Toronto Maple Leafs
85. Edmonton Oilers
86. Vegas Golden Knights
87. Los Angeles Kings
88. Calgary Flames
89. Tampa Bay Lightning
90. Carolina Hurricanes
91. San Jose Sharks
92. Boston Bruins
93. St. Louis Blues

Round 4

94. Ottawa Senators
95. Los Angeles Kings
96. New Jersey Devils
97. Detroit Red Wings
98. Pittsburgh Penguins
99. Minnesota Wild
100. Edmonton Oilers
101. Anaheim Ducks
102. Vancouver Canucks
103. Philadelphia Flyers
104. Florida Panthers
105. Chicago Blackhawks
106. Florida Panthers
107. Arizona Coyotes
108. Montreal Canadiens
109. Nashville Predators
110. Vegas Golden Knights
111. Dallas Stars
112. New York Rangers
113. Winnipeg Jets
114. Florida Panthers
115. Toronto Maple Leafs
116. Calgary Flames
117. Nashville Predators
118. Washington Capitals
119. Los Angeles Kings
120. Tampa Bay Lightning
121. Carolina Hurricanes
122. Buffalo Sabres
123. Chicago Blackhawks
124. Toronto Maple Leafs

Round 5

125. Ottawa Senators
126. Los Angeles Kings
127. New Jersey Devils
128. Detroit Red Wings
129. Washington Capitals
130. New York Rangers
131. Montreal Canadiens
132. Anaheim Ducks
133. Vancouver Canucks
134. Winnipeg Jets
135. Vegas Golden Knights
136. Montreal Canadiens
137. Florida Panthers
138. Montreal Canadiens
139. Vegas Golden Knights
140. Colorado Avalanche
141. Vegas Golden Knights
142. Dallas Stars
143. Detroit Red Wings
144. Winnipeg Jets
145. Pittsburgh Penguins
146. Toronto Maple Leafs
147. New York Islanders
148. Nashville Predators
149. Minnesota Wild
150. Calgary Flames
151. Pittsburgh Penguins
152. Carolina Hurricanes
153. San Jose Sharks
154. Boston Bruins
155. St. Louis Blues

Round 6

156. Vancouver Canucks
157. Los Angeles Kings
158. New Jersey Devils
159. Detroit Red Wings
160. Buffalo Sabres
161. New York Rangers
162. Edmonton Oilers
163. Anaheim Ducks
164. Vancouver Canucks
165. Philadelphia Flyers
166. Minnesota Wild
167. Chicago Blackhawks
168. Florida Panthers
169. Philadelphia Flyers
170. Montreal Canadiens
171. Colorado Avalanche
172. Minnesota Wild
173. Dallas Stars
174. Arizona Coyotes
175. Buffalo Sabres
176. Arizona Coyotes
177. Buffalo Sabres
178. New York Islanders
179. Nashville Predators
180. Vancouver Canucks
181. Carolina Hurricanes
182. Tampa Bay Lightning
183. Carolina Hurricanes
184. San Jose Sharks
185. Boston Bruins
186. Anaheim Ducks

Round 7

187. Ottawa Senators
188. Los Angeles Kings
189. New Jersey Devils
190. Detroit Red Wings
191. Buffalo Sabres
192. Boston Bruins
193. Edmonton Oilers
194. Chicago Blackhawks
195. Vancouver Canucks
196. Philadelphia Flyers
197. Minnesota Wild
198. Tampa Bay Lightning
199. Florida Panthers
200. Arizona Coyotes
201. Philadelphia Flyers
202. Colorado Avalanche
203. Pittsburgh Penguins
204. Toronto Maple Leafs
205. New York Rangers
206. Montreal Canadiens
207. Pittsburgh Penguins
208. Toronto Maple Leafs
209. New York Islanders
210. Nashville Predators
211. Washington Capitals
212. Columbus Blue Jackets
213. Tampa Bay Lightning
214. Calgary Flames
215. San Jose Sharks
216. Carolina Hurricanes
217. St. Louis Blues

Targets

Raphael Lavoie, C/W

Scored 20 goals in 23 QMJHL playoff games and brings size and positional versatility.

Arthur Kaliyev, RW

Might be the second-best goal-scorer in the draft behind only USNTDP product Cole Caufield.

Egor Afanasyev, LW

Good size (6-3/204) and improved drastically this season (62 points) with the USHL's Muskegon Lumberjacks.

Nicholas Robertson, LW

Not big (5-9/162) but he's skilled with the puck and was more than a point-per-game player for the OHL's Peterborough Petes.

Matthew Robertson, D

The 25th-ranked player in the draft by TSN's Bob McKenzie and a sound two-way guy.

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At this point, Alain Vigneault's group is probably itching to come home.

First, though, the Flyers (2-1-1) have a matchup Wednesday night with Connor McDavid and the Oilers (5-1-0).

Let's get into the essentials:

When: 9:30 p.m. ET with Flyers Pregame Live at 9 p.m. ET
Where: Rogers Place
Broadcast: NBC Sports Philadelphia
Live stream: NBCSportsPhiladelphia.com and the NBC Sports MyTeams app

• The Flyers are wrapping up a rather brutal stretch of travel.

Including the final three preseason games, the Flyers have been in Boston, New York, Lausanne, Switzerland, Prague, Czech Republic, Philadelphia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Calgary, Alberta and Edmonton, Alberta, over a span of 24 days.

The team returns to the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday, but following a Nov. 1 matchup in New Jersey, the Flyers will have played eight neutral site/road games compared to four true home games.

Not an easy stretch, especially for a team that has been prone to slow starts in recent years past.

• The Flyers have lost the first two contests of this three-game Western Canada swing. After putting up a total of eight goals in their first two games, they've produced just three over the previous two defeats — a 3-2 shootout decision to the Canucks and a 3-1 loss to the Flames.

It would be stunning if Claude Giroux, James van Riemsdyk and Jakub Voracek don't get things going Wednesday night. The trio has a combined one point (a Giroux assist) through the Flyers' first four games. Last season, Voracek and Giroux had a combined 14 points in the team's first four games, while van Riemsdyk suffered an injury in Game 2.

If the Flyers can come home 3-1-1 with those three not yet producing at a high clip, they'll absolutely take it.

• Carter Hart, who is from right outside of Edmonton (Sherwood Park), will start at Rogers Place for the first time as an NHLer.

The 21-year-old has worked with Oilers goaltending coach Dustin Schwartz since he was 13 years old.

• A few notes on Oilers forwards McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and James Neal:


Projected lineup

Forwards

Claude Giroux-Sean Couturier-Travis Konecny
Oskar Lindblom-Kevin Hayes-James van Riemsdyk
Michael Raffl-Scott Laughton-Jakub Voracek
Carsen Twarynski-Connor Bunnaman-Tyler Pitlick

Defensemen

Ivan Provorov-Justin Braun
Travis Sanheim-Matt Niskanen
Robert Hagg-Shayne Gostisbehere

Goalies

Carter Hart
Brian Elliott

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    BOX SCORE

    This time, the Flyers had the opposition take it to 'em.

    Alain Vigneault's team never had the reins Tuesday night in a 3-1 loss to the Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome.

    The defeat marked the first in regulation for the Flyers (2-1-1), who must shift their focus to salvaging a game on this Western Canada road trip.

    The Flames (3-3-1) had their way, outshooting the Flyers, 38-22, and putting the pressure on Brian Elliott.

    • The Flyers had difficulty getting the puck up ice, which gave them little chance to play Vigneault's preferred style. When you can't successfully transition the puck out of the defensive zone and through the neutral zone, there's no shot to play a possession-based game.

    The issue wasn't effort. The Flyers just weren't sharp and the Flames were fast, dangerous and all over the puck.

    • To make matters worse, the Flyers did not help Elliott, who was making his first start of the season. The first two goals allowed were self-inflicted products. The third was an empty-netter.

    Elliott made some tough stops and finished with 35 saves. He gave the Flyers an honest chance on the road. They were problematic in front of him.

    • The Flames scored what turned out to be the game-winner in the second period. Five seconds after a faceoff in the Flyers' end, Calgary made it 2-0 when Andrew Mangiapane's shot bounced off Travis Sanheim's stick and past Elliott.

    • A bright spot among a not-so-bright performance from the Flyers was Matt Niskanen. He scored his first goal as a Flyer on a delayed penalty in the third period. But the 32-year-old has been even better defensively with his decisions, breaking up scoring chances and moving the puck. He has been as advertised and a major improvement on the blue line.

    • Jakub Voracek opened the game on the third line with Scott Laughton and Tyler Pitlick after a third-period demotion in last Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Cannucks. Clearly Vigneault wanted to see smarter decisions — and maybe smarter effort — from Voracek, while James van Riemsdyk played on the first line following a solid performance against Vancouver.

    With the Flyers trailing, 2-0, the lines were shuffled in the third period and Voracek saw time with Sean Couturier and Claude Giroux but couldn't get much cooking.

    Giroux (one assist), Voracek and van Riemsdyk have combined for one point during the first four games. The early drought is uncharted territory for Voracek and van Riemsdyk, who both had previously never gone scoreless through their opening four games of a season.

    The good thing is the Flyers know the offense will come from those three and the team is still 2-1-1.

    • The Flyers were outmatched in the opening five minutes, when the Flames were a step ahead in every phase and set the tone.

    Michael Frolik beat Elliott just 1:35 into the action on an ugly sequence by the Flyers. After Travis Konecny and Ivan Provorov misconnected on a pass up ice, Justin Braun failed to clear the puck and then inadvertently tripped Elliott as Frolik blasted his shot.

    The Flyers were fortunate to be trailing by only one goal at first intermission. They could have done more than just weather the storm but went 0 for 3 on the power play and finished 0 for 4 overall. They were sluggish and then sloppy.

    • The Flyers finish their three-game road trip with the second half of a back-to-back set when they take on Connor McDavid and the Oilers Wednesday (9:30 p.m. ET/NBCSP). Edmonton is 5-1-0 and McDavid has 12 points (four goals, eight assists) in six games.

    The Flyers are then back at the Wells Fargo Center Saturday to play the Stars (7 p.m. ET/NBCSP).

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