2021 NHL Entry Draft Day 2: Date, Time, TV Schedule, Draft Order, More

2021 NHL Entry Draft. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
2021 NHL Entry Draft. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) /
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Let’s get you set for Day 2 of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft.

Round 1 of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is in the books and it was a wild, wild night in the National Hockey League as we witnessed some shock picks and a plethora of blockbuster trades. It was truly crazy.

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From the likes of Seth Jones, Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Pavel Buchnevich being moved earlier in the day to certain teams going off the board early in the First Round – hello Ottawa Senators – Friday was just a wild, wild day.

The first two picks went as planned as the Buffalo Sabres took Michigan defenseman Owen Power with the No. 1 overall pick and the Seattle Kraken selected center Matthew Beniers with the No. 2 overall selection, but the Anaheim Ducks provided us with the first surprise of the night after taking forward Mason McTavish at No. 3

Not to be outdone, however, the Senators went completely off the board with the No. 10 overall pick by taking power forward Tyler Boucher, who was projected to be a Second or Third Round pick.

However, the most shocking of all selections came at the end of the First Round as the Montreal Canadiens, for some unknown and baffling reason, took Logan Mailloux with the No. 31 overall pick, despite the forward declaring himself unavailable for the Draft after being charged in Sweden for taking and distributing an offensive photo without consent during a consensual sexual encounter last November.

It was an awful look for Montreal and for the NHL in general, and it was a moment that sadly underlines the fact that hockey has a major cultural problem that still needs addressing.

Anyway, we now move on to Day 2 where Rounds 2-7 will take place, and we’ve got you set with everything you need to know for the day ahead…

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NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) /

2021 NHL Entry Draft Day 2: Date, Time, TV Schedule, More

Date:

Saturday, July 24 2021

On The Agenda

Rounds 2-7

Time:

11:00 A.M. Eastern Time

Where

NHL Network Studios, New Jersey

TV Broadcast

NHL Network, Sportsnet, SN Now

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2021 NHL Entry Draft
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Recap of Round 1

Here’s a full list of all the selections made in Round 1 of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft:

  1. Buffalo Sabres – Owen Power, D – Michigan (NCAA)
  2. Seattle Kraken – Matthew Beniers, C – Michigan (NCAA)
  3. Anaheim Ducks – Mason McTavish, C- Peterborough Petes (OHL)
  4. New Jersey Devils – Luke Hughes, D – NTDP
  5. Columbus Blue Jackets – Kent Johnson, C – Michigan (NCAA)
  6. Detroit Red Wings – Simon Edvinsson, D – Frolunda Jr. (Sweden)
  7. San Jose Sharks – William Eklund, LW – Djurgarden (Sweden)
  8. Los Angeles Kings – Brandt Clarke, D – Barrie (OHL)
  9. Arizona Coyotes (from the Vancouver Canucks) – Dylan Guenther, LW – Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
  10. Ottawa Senators – Tyler Boucher, RW – USA U-18 (USHL)
  11. Pick Forfeited
  12. Columbus Blue Jackets (from the Chicago Blackhawks) – Cole Sillinger, C – Sioux Falls (USHL)
  13. Calgary Flames – Matthew Coronato, RW – Chicago Steel (USHL)
  14. Buffalo Sabres (from the Philadelphia Flyers) – Isak Rosen, RW – Leksand (Sweden)
  15. Detroit Red Wings (from the Dallas Stars) – Sebastian Cossa, G – Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
  16. New York Rangers – Brennan Othmann, LW – Flint (OHL)
  17. St. Louis Blues – Zachary Bolduc, C – Rimouski (QMJHL)
  18. Winnipeg Jets – Chaz Lucius, C – USA U-18 (USHL)
  19. Nashville Predators – Fedor Svechkov, C – Togliatti Jr. (Russia)
  20. Minnesota Wild (from the Nashville Predators) – Jesper Wallstedt, G – Lulea (Sweden)
  21. Boston Bruins – Fabian Lysell, RW – Lulea (Sweden)
  22. Edmonton Oilers (from the Minnesota Wild) – Xavier Bourgault, C – Shawinigan (QMJHL)
  23. Dallas Stars (from the Detroit Red Wings) – Wyatt Johnston, C – Windsor (OHL)
  24. Florida Panthers – Mackie Samoskevich, RW – Chicago Steel (USHL)
  25. Columbus Blue Jackets (from the Toronto Maple Leafs) – Corson Ceulemans, D – Brooks (AJHL)
  26. Minnesota Wild  (from the Pittsburgh Penguins) – Carson Lambos, D – Winnipeg (WHL)
  27. Nashville Predators (from the Carolina Hurricanes) – Zachary L’Heureux, LW – Halifax (QMJHL)
  28. Colorado Avalanche – Oscar Olausson, RW – HV 71 (Sweden)
  29. New Jersey Devils (from the New York Islanders) – Chase Stillman, RW – Sudbury (OHL)
  30. Vegas Golden Knights – Zach Dean, C – Gatineau (QMJHL)
  31. Montreal Canadiens – Logan Mailloux, D – London (GOJHL)
  32. Chicago Blackhawks (from the Columbus Blue Jackets) – Nolan Allan, D – Prince Albert (WHL)

Day Two Order

2021 NHL Entry Draft
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) /

And here’s the complete order for Rounds 2-7 of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft:

Round 2

33. Buffalo
34. Anaheim
35. Seattle
36. Vegas (from NJD)
37. Arizona (from CBJ via OTT)
38. Detroit
39. Ottawa (from SJS)
40. Carolina (from NSH via LAK)
41. Vancouver
42. Ottawa
43. Arizona
44. Carolina (from CBJ via CHI)
45. Calgary
46. Philadelphia
47. Dallas
48. Dallas (from DET via NYR)
49. Los Angeles (from STL via BUF and VGK)
50. Winnipeg
51. Carolina (from NSH)
52. NY Islanders (from DET via EDM)
53. Buffalo (from BOS)
54. Minnesota
55. Washington
56. Florida
57. Toronto
58. Pittsburgh
59. Carolina
60. Arizona (from NYI via COL)
61. Colorado (from NJD via NYI)
62. Chicago (from VGK)
63. Montreal
64. Montreal (from TBL)

Round 3

65. NY Rangers (from BUF)
66. Anaheim
67. Seattle
68. New Jersey
69. Columbus
70. Detroit
71. San Jose
72. Los Angeles
73. Dallas (from VAN)
74. Ottawa
75. Washington (from ARI via NJD)
76. Montreal (from CHI)
77. Calgary
78. Philadelphia
79. Dallas
80. NY Rangers
81. St. Louis
82. Winnipeg
83. Nashville
84. Calgary (from EDM)
85. Boston
86. Minnesota
87. Montreal (from WSH via SJS)
88. Buffalo (from FLA)
89. Los Angeles (from TOR)
90. Edmonton (From Minnesota via PIT via SJS)
91. Carolina
92. Colorado
93. NY Islanders
94. Carolina (from DET via VGK)
95. Buffalo (from MTL)
96. Tampa Bay

Round 4

97. Buffalo
98. Anaheim
99. Seattle
100. New Jersey
101. Columbus
102. Detroit
103. San Jose
104. NY Rangers (from LAK)
105. Chicago (from VAN)
106. NY Rangers (from OTT)
107. Arizona
108. Chicago
109. Los Angeles (from CGY)
110. Philadelphia
111. Dallas
112. NY Rangers
113. Montreal (from STL)
114. Vegas (from WPG)
115. Nashville
116. Edmonton
117. Boston
118. Minnesota
119. Washington
120. Florida
121. San Jose (from TOR)
122. Arizona (from PIT)
123. Carolina
124. Nashville (from COL via OTT)
125. NY Islanders
126. Montreal (from VGK)
127. Montreal
128. Detroit (from TBL)

Round 5

129. New Jersey (from BUF)
130. Anaheim
131. Seattle
132. Columbus (from NJD)
133. Columbus
134. Detroit
135. San Jose
136. Los Angeles
137. Vancouver
138. Dallas (From DET via OTT via MTL)
139. Arizona
140. Vancouver (from CHI)
141. Calgary
142. Montreal (from PHI)
143. Dallas
144. NY Rangers
145. St. Louis
146. Winnipeg
147. Nashville
148. Anaheim (from EDM via OTT)
149. Boston
150. Minnesota
151. Washington
152. Florida
153. Toronto
154. Pittsburgh
155. Vegas (from CAR)
156. San Jose (from COL)
157. NY Islanders
158. Philadelphia (from VGK via WSH)
159. Buffalo (from MTL)
160. Tampa Bay

Round 6

161. Buffalo
162. Anaheim
163. Seattle
164. New Jersey
165. Columbus
166. Detroit
167. San Jose
168. Los Angeles
169. Vancouver
170. Ottawa
171. Arizona
172. Chicago
173. Calgary
174. Philadelphia
175. Dallas
176. NY Rangers
177. St. Louis
178. Vancouver (from WPG)
179. Nashville
180. Edmonton
181. Boston
182. Minnesota
183. Washington
184. Florida
185. Toronto
186. Edmonton (from PIT)
187. Carolina
188. Buffalo (from COL)
189. NY Islanders
190. Vegas
191. Montreal
192. Tampa Bay

Round 7

193. Buffalo
194. Pittsburgh (from ANA)
195. Seattle
196. Tampa Bay (from NJD)
197. Columbus
198. St. Louis (from DET)
199. San Jose
200. Carolina (from LAK)
201. Vancouver
202. Ottawa
203. New Jersey (from ARI)
204. Chicago
205. Calgary
206. Philadelphia
207. Dallas
208. NY Rangers
209. Carolina (from STL)
210. Florida (from WPG)
211. Tampa Bay (from NSH)
212. Edmonton
213. Boston
214. Minnesota
215. Pittsburgh (from WSH)
216. Chicago (from FLA)
217. Boston (from TOR)
218. Pittsburgh
219. Carolina
220. Colorado
221. NY Islanders
222. Vegas
223. Montreal
224. Tampa Bay

Best Player Available

There are a number of intriguing prospects still on the board by the time Round 2 starts, but the one with the highest ceiling is arguably Finnish forward Aatu Raty.

The consensus No. 1 overall pick a year or so again, Raty endured a tough  2020-21 season in Finland and saw his Draft stock plummet as a result, and he will now hope to go in Round 2 after completely slipping out of the First Round.

At this point, taking Raty would be a significant gamble but he boasts tremendous offensive potential and upside, and if put in the right situation then he could flourish and morph into a potent top-six forward with a boatload of skill.

What Else You Need To Know

The Buffalo Sabres will start things off on Day Two as they did on Day One, and they could opt to take forward Aatu Raty if they feel like taking a risk, or they could go for a safer option. Whatever road they head down, however, they will have the chance to add yet more talent to their farm system.

Given the lack of scouting this year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we could see more teams look to move up in order to take a safer bet rather than take gambles later on in the Draft, while there could be more blockbuster trades.

Next. 3 big needs for the Kraken to address. dark

The Sabres are expected to deal forward Sam Reinhart to the Florida Panthers, while they are also taking calls on Captain Jack Eichel, and we will see if there are any other big moves throughout the day.