On The Clock
Panthers win 2014 NHL Draft Lottery, first overall pick
The Florida Panthers won the NHL Draft Lottery on Tuesday, granting the team the first overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. Florida had an 18.8 per cent chance of winning the draft lottery, second only to the Buffalo Sabres' 25 per cent odds. Barrie Colts defenceman Aaron Ekblad is the top-ranked prospect heading into the draft. Full Story.(Photo: Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images)
Still On Top
Barrie Colts defenceman Aaron Ekblad is still No. 1 on TSN's Lottery Edition Prospects ranking. In a survey of 12 NHL team scouts by TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie, Ekblad garnered seven first-place votes, ahead of the three cast for second-ranked Kootenay Ice centre Sam Reinhart. Kingston Frontenacs centre Sam Bennett had two votes, putting him in third. Full Story.
Edmonton general manager Craig MacTavish says he's optimistic about the future of the Oilers. MacTavish held a season-ending news conference today and said he's convinced that head coach Dallas Eakins is the right coach to lead the Oilers to more successful times. Full Story.
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- [G] Tuukka Rask, Boston
- [D] Erik Karlsson, Ottawa
- [LW] Alexander Steen, St. Louis
- [C] Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh
- [RW] Corey Perry, Anaheim
Top 400 - Updated April 15
Gino Reda has the latest news and updates from the NHL from the start of the season all the way through the offseason.
When the games are over, Steve Kouleas hosts the ultimate highlight show for hockey fans.
- Apr. 16:
Stanley Cup Playoffs begin
- May 9 - 25: World Championship in Belarus
- June 27 - 28:
2014 NHL Draft in Philadelphia
- July 1:
Free agent signing period begins
3rd Period. Apr.12th 2014. Montréal Canadiens 1, New York Rangers 0 OT. stars: Price, Talbot, Gionta. Play-by-play: J.Bartlett. Analysis: S.Momesso.
2nd Period. Apr.12th 2014. New York Rangers at Montréal Canadiens. Play-by-play: John Bartlett. Analysis: Sergio Momesso.
1st Period. Apr.12th 2014 New York Rangers at Montréal Canadiens. Play-by-play: John Bartlett. Analysis: Sergio Momesso. TSN 690 AM CKGM Montréal