When is Seattle Kraken draft?
The Seattle Kraken are officially on the clock. On Sunday, the NHL released the available and protected lists for the 30 other teams ahead of the Kraken's expansion draft, which will take place July 21 (8 p.m. ET on ESPN2). USA TODAYNHL expansion draft: Protected lists ahead of Seattle Kraken's roster selection
Who is eligible for NHL expansion draft?
Players who meet the eligibility requirements — North American players 18-20 years old and European/international players 18-21 years old — will be selected by NHL teams in seven rounds. No-Movement Clause: A contract stipulation that means a player can't be traded or sent to the minors. Tacoma News TribuneWho’s going to play for the Seattle Kraken? Here’s how the NHL expansion draft works
Who will Boston Bruins protect in expansion draft?
The Bruins protected: The unprotected list includes Bruins unrestricted free agents Taylor Hall, David Krejci, Tuukka Rask, Sean Kuraly and Mike Reilly. But the Kraken are unlikely to spend a pick on a player who could still sign elsewhere, especially when the Kraken could pursue that player when free agency begins. masslive.comSeattle Kraken Expansion Draft: Boston Bruins leave Nick Ritchie exposed, protect Jake DeBrusk, Trent Frederic
When do the Kraken pick their players?
The Kraken will select one player from 30 NHL teams, as the Vegas Golden Knights are exempt from the draft. The selections will be revealed beginning on Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET during a 90-minute special on ESPN2. ESPNSeattle Kraken plan for expansion draft as NHL teams leave players available for selection