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VIDEO: Jack Dougherty, Justin Kirkland, Jeff Kealty, and David Poile

Here are the “lost” files from Day Two of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. Videos below include time with second round pick Jack Dougherty, third round pick Justin Kirkland, Chief Amateur Scout Jeff Kealty, and General Manager David Poile: 2014 2nd Round Draft Pick Jack Dougherty     2014 3rd Round Draft Pick Justin Kirkland    ...

My thoughts concluding the 2014 NHL Draft in Philadelphia

What started out with a fantastic first day for the Nashville Predators ended as such as the organization concluded rounds two through seven at day two of the 2014 NHL Draft. Here are just some flowing thoughts after all was said and done: Trading for James Neal and drafting Kevin Fiala last night, the Predators rounded out their draft with three defenseman...

Predators select Justin Kirkland with the 62nd overall pick

Predators select Justin Kirkland with the 62nd overall pick

Jun 28, 2014

Originally slated to draft 72nd, the Predators continued to make some moves in the second day of the draft. Moving up ten spaces and trading away their first fourth round pick to the San Jose Sharks for the 62nd pick in the draft. Selecting Justin Kirkland from the Kelowna Rockets, Nashville builds through a familiar location in the Western Hockey League....

Predators select Jack Dougherty with the 51st overall pick

Predators select Jack Dougherty with the 51st overall pick

Jun 28, 2014

Originally, the Predators had been scheduled to select 46th overall, their second choice in the second round of the draft. After a trade with the San Jose Sharks, however, the Predators sent their 46th pick to the Sharks for the 51st overall selection and a 4th round selection in the 2015 pick. With that 51st pick, the Predators chose to take highly-ranked...

Predators select Vladislav Kamenev with the 42nd overall pick

Leading up to the 42nd overall pick, there were questions to whether or not the Predators would even have a selection in the second round or if they would trade them both away in favor of a top line center to help newly acquired James Neal. In the end, though, they went ahead and used their first second round choice to draft Vladislav Kamenev from Magnitogorsk...