2020 NHL draft: Pick tracker and analysis for every team

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Follow the entire 2020 NHL draft through all seven rounds. We have all 217 picks as they happen, starting with Tuesday night’s first selection overall by the New York Rangers and ending with Wednesday afternoon’s final pick of the draft.

Additionally, Chris Peters, Greg Wyshynski and Emily Kaplan provide detailed breakdowns of each first-rounder’s skill set, as well as how he will fit with his new NHL team. And be sure to check out all of our draft-prep content to learn more about this talented class.

Round 1 begins at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday night.

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ROUND 1

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Centers


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Scoring wings, goaltending


Pick acquired from the San Jose Sharks.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending, high-skill forwards, defensemen


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending, high-skill forwards


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending, high-skill forwards, defensemen


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Offensive defensemen


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Scoring wings, goaltending


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Top-six wings


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending, defensemen


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Defensemen, centers


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Natural scorers


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Centers, defensemen


Pick acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: High-skill wings


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Wings


Pick acquired from the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Overall depth


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Top-four defensemen


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending, top-six wingers


Pick acquired from the Arizona Coyotes.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Scoring wings, goaltending


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Help in all pipeline areas


Pick acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning, via the Vancouver Canucks.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Scoring wings, goaltending


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Defensemen


Pick acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Centers


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Depth forwards


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Depth forwards


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Top-six forwards


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Long-term depth


Pick acquired from the Boston Bruins.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Offensive defensemen


Pick acquired from the New York Islanders.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending, high-skill forwards, defensemen


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Goaltending


Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: Centers


Pick acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Peters’ biggest areas of need in the farm system: High-skill forwards


ROUNDS 2-7

Rounds 2-7 will be Wednesday, beginning at 11:30 a.m. ET. Check out the full draft order for Rounds 2-7 here, be sure to prep with all of our NHL draft analysis content and check back at ESPN.com shortly after the final pick for complete draft grades for all 31 teams.

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