NHL Draft Update


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(The Sports Network) - The New York Islanders, with the fifth pick in the 2014 NHL Draft, select left wing Michael Dal Colle from Oshawa (OHL). The Vancouver Canucks have the sixth pick.

Round One:

1. Florida Panthers - Aaron Ekblad (D, Barrie, Ont)); 2. Buffalo Sabres - Sam Reinhart (Kootenay (WHL)); 3. Edmonton Oilers - Leon Draisaitl (LW, Prince Albert, WHL); 4. Calgary Flames - Sam Bennett (LW, Kingston, OHL); 5. New York Islanders - Michael Dal Colle (LW, Oshawa, OHL); 6.

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