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Get prepared for the 2019 NHL draft in Vancouver, British Columbia on June 21-22 with coverage from Chris Peters, Greg Wyshynski and Emily Kaplan.
Final mock draft: Closing predictions for the opening 31 picks.
Best-case two-round mock draft (June): How all 31 teams ace their picks.
Mock draft 2.0 (April): How does the first round look following the lottery?
Mock draft 1.0 (February): We take our first turn through the opening 31 picks.
NHL draft primer: All of the biggest questions, answered by our experts.
Jack Hughes, Kaapo Kakko renew Devils-Rangers rivalry: The top two picks will invigorate the Hudson River Rivalry.
The draft class' best at everything: Top skater, shooter, more.
Scouttakes: We let NHL draft prospects read their scouting reports ... and respond.
Stock watch: Which prospects are trending up and down?
Devils GM Ray Shero on the No. 1 pick and more: His thoughts on the first pick and the franchise's future.
Jack Hughes' letter to his future self: The No. 1 prospect gives himself advice.
Welcome to a golden age in American hockey: How the 2019 class could define the future of U.S. hockey.
The curious case of Cole Caufield: How high will the diminutive scorer be drafted?
The race for the top pick: Is Jack Hughes vs. Kaapo Kakko close?
Meet the future top picks: Who might go No. 1 in 2020, 2021 and 2022?
Why don't players skate at the combine?: A look at the missing on-ice component.
Guide to the combine: What to expect from every test.
Jack Hughes, the projected No. 1 pick in the NHL draft, opted not to participate in the physical testing portion of the scouting combine. Hughes cited lack of preparation time for his decision not to participate. The 18-year-old had spent portions of the last two months in Europe, representing Team USA a the Men's World Under-18 Championship and Men's World Championship. He returned only a week ago. "It would be like taking a test I didn't study for," Hughes said. Kaapo Kakko, the projected No. 2 pick in the draft, did not attend the scouting combine as he remained in Finland to take part in the national celebration of their World Championship gold medal.