For the second time in three years, the Devils will select first overall, while the Rangers will have the No. 2 pick in this June's draft in Vancouver. The Avalanche (with claim to Ottawa's first-round pick this year) had the top odds for the first pick but slipped to fourth.
In addition to holding the first pick - which the organization will nearly certainly use to draft American centre Jack Hughes - New Jersey also owns three second-round selections as it continues to build under Shero.
The prize of the 2019 National Hockey League entry draft is Hughes, a special talent who skates at an elite level and can make plays at high speed.
Detroit selected right wing Filip Zadina from Halifax (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League) with its top pick past year.
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After the trade deadline, the New York Rangers have been talking about accelerating their rebuild and moving up four slots this summer is the first step to doing just that.
The team was announced Tuesday night as the victor of the draft lottery. The matchups between both teams have that added subplot of comparing the progress of Hischier and Patrick, along with noting how both players perform against each other.
"My biggest things are my inner drive, my competitiveness", Hughes said before the lottery. Chicago Blackhawks 4. Colorado Avalanche (from OTT) 5. "I want to score every shift and make a play happen".
"One of the first people to reach out to Nico was Taylor Hall", said Shero, "And now that Nico's been through it, he'll know to do (the same)". But I mean, obviously, I'm a smaller, skilled, speed player. They had a 28.8 percent chance of drawing into the top three. Of the nine drafts since he entered the league as the No. 1 pick by the Edmonton Oilers in 2010, his team has picked first five times. "Hopefully we get lucky and we get a high pick, but we are getting a good player", Red Wings general manager Ken Holland said ahead of the lottery.