With the conclusion of Monday night’s Stanley Cup Final, the Flyers order is now set for the 2015 NHL Entry Draft in Sunrise, Fla. on June 26-27.
The Flyers own two first-round picks: the seventh overall pick, as determined by the Draft Lottery in April, and the 29th overall selection previously owned by the Tampa Bay Lightning as a result of the trade deadline deal with Braydon Coburn. That deal also included Tampa’s third round pick, which is at the 90th position, as well as defenseman Radko Gudas.
The final position set from the Stanley Cup Final came in the form of the Kimmo Timonen trade with the Chicago Blackhawks in late February. The Flyers will now pick at No. 61 in the second round.
Overall, the Flyers own 10 selections in the draft. Below is a full list of picks the Flyers hold:
1ST ROUND (#7)
1ST ROUND (#29) - From Tampa Bay Lightning
2ND ROUND (#61) - From Chicago Blackhawks
3RD ROUND (#70) - From San Jose Sharks
3RD ROUND (#90) - From Tampa Bay Lightning
4TH ROUND (#98)
4TH ROUND (#99) - From Columbus Blue Jackets
5TH ROUND (#128)
6TH ROUND (#158)
7TH ROUND (#188)