Teams will have 1 hour to make selections in the first round. Subsequent rounds will use 30 minutes per pick. The draft will begin at 10am EST each morning and pause each night at 11:59pm EST.
The BOG can make a selection on your behalf if you are unable to sign on during your draft window. If you miss your window and do not submit a request to the BOG beforehand, your pick will be assigned from the auto-draft list.
You may make your selection as soon as the previous selection has been posted in the entry draft thread, but you will not be required to make your selection before your window expires, regardless of the "banked" time that may be created by selections in front of you.
Each night, we will re-stack the schedule/times based on the progress made in the previous day, SO PAY ATTENTION TO THE UPDATED SCHEDULE PUBLISHED EACH NIGHT. The draft should take about 10 days to complete.
Here is the (new) official draft spreadsheet. Pick times, the auto-pick list, and the pick/trade tracker are all included. Message the BOG if you have any questions. One last reminder to ONLY post official selections in this thread and do not edit your posts. Good luck drafting!
On behalf of the Avalanche organization we would first like to thank the host city of Vancouver for hosting the 2019 NHL entry draft.
I will now pass it off to our lead director of scouting, Joni Lehto, our head European scout to make the selection.
The Colorado Avalanche proudly select the captain of the U18 Russian national team, Vasili Podkolzin.
On behalf of the Boston Bruins organization, we would first like to thank the host city of Vancouver for hosting the 2019 NHL entry draft.
Your 2019 Eastern Conference Champion Bruins are proud to select a Massachusetts native from the US National Team Development Program -- LW Matthew Boldy