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:
Social media: @NBCSPhilly


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


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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Flyers at Flames: Live stream, storylines, game time and more

Flyers at Flames: Live stream, storylines, game time and more

The Flyers will once again try to match a mark set by the team in 2011-12, when the club last went to the playoffs.

The last time the Flyers opened the regular season with at least a point in four straight games was 2011-12 (3-0-1). The 2019-20 Flyers (2-0-1) have a chance to do that Tuesday night when they visit the Flames (2-3-1).

Let's get into the essentials:

When: 9 p.m. ET with Flyers Pregame Live at 8:30 p.m. ET
Where: Scotiabank Saddledome
Broadcast: NBC Sports Philadelphia
Live stream: and the NBC Sports MyTeams app

• The Flyers could not have asked for a better start from Travis Konecny, who signed a new six-year, $33 million contract last month.

The 22-year-old winger has three goals and three assists in three games. His six points are the most by any Flyer through the first three games of a season since 2009-10, when defenseman Matt Carle also had six on one goal and five assists.

Going back to last season, the Flyers are 17-4-2 when Konecny scores a goal.

• Keep an eye on Chris Stewart, who is playing his first NHL regular-season game since March 29, 2018. In that game, he was playing for the Flames and scored a goal. Interestingly, he has his most career points against Calgary — 22 on 12 goals and 10 assists.

Also keep an eye on Jakub Voracek, who saw a demotion in the third period of last Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Canucks. Let's see how he responds with his normal minutes and role.

Voracek and James van Riemsdyk are scoreless through the Flyers' first three games.

• The Flames were 26-10-5 at home last season, while putting up 50 wins and 107 points overall, most in the Western Conference.

Johnny Gaudreau is as good as they get, while Sean Monahan has killed the Flyers with 10 goals in 12 career games against the orange and black.

Projected lineup


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


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


Brian Elliott
Carter Hart

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Flyers sign Chris Stewart to contract after lengthy NHL pro tryout

Flyers sign Chris Stewart to contract after lengthy NHL pro tryout

Updated: 12:40 p.m.

The work and the wait have paid off for Chris Stewart.

The Flyers signed the veteran winger on Tuesday to a one-year, one-way contract worth $750,000. Stewart, who turns 32 years old this month, had been with the Flyers on an NHL pro tryout since the beginning of training camp.

"We're happy to have Chris under contract," Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher said in a release by the team. "Chris came into training camp with a great attitude and a strong work ethic. He brings size and a veteran presence to our lineup."

Stewart projects to be the club’s extra forward. However, he was in the lineup Tuesday night against the Flames.

The Flyers had cap space and roster space for Stewart. Through the first three games, the team did not carry a 13th forward and had only 21 players on the roster. With the waiving of defenseman Andy Welinski, who is headed to AHL affiliate Lehigh Valley, the cap space was created to finally add Stewart, a good insurance policy for the Flyers.

When Nolan Patrick (migraine disorder) returns, there will be an odd man out in the Flyers’ lineup and it projects to be either Connor Bunnaman or Carsen Twarynski, both 21-year-old rookies. It wouldn’t make a whole lot of sense to have either of those two watch from the press box instead of further developing with the Phantoms.

Meanwhile, Stewart will welcome the opportunity after being out of the NHL last season and playing for the EIHL’s Nottingham Panthers. He’ll be a positive personality in the dressing room, a quality guy for practice and a capable fourth-line power forward if the Flyers need to call his number.

At 6-foot-2, 243 pounds, Stewart brings size and physicality, which the Flyers value. Those traits can play well in head coach Alain Vigneault's system.

Stewart has ties to Fletcher and assistant coach Mike Yeo, from their days in Minnesota. Stewart played parts of three seasons for the Wild from 2014 to 2018, putting up 25 goals, 20 assists and a plus-6 rating in 146 games.

Overall, he has played 652 career NHL games between six teams, with his best season coming in 2009-10, when he scored 64 points (28 goals, 36 assists) over 77 games for the Avalanche.

“Chris, to me, this is a guy who scored quite a few goals in the NHL,” Fletcher said Sept. 26. “He’s got a lot more skill I think than people give him credit for. He’s a really good skater, especially in a straight line. He’s lean this year. This is the best shape he’s been in in years, at least that I’ve seen, and he obviously brings the physical element. He brings the elements of being a pretty quality power forward.”

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