The 2019 NHL Entry Draft is finally here. With the Stanley Cup in the rearview mirror, the game’s future stars take center stage in Vancouver as they wait to have their name called. This draft features a consensus top two of Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko and that’s exactly where they land in this final mock draft.

So, in reality, the draft truly begins at the third spot with the Chicago Blackhawks. Who will they pick? Keep reading to find out.

1. New Jersey Devils – Jack Hughes C

2. New York Rangers – Kaapo Kakko LW

3. Chicago Blackhawks – Alex Turcotte C

4. Colorado Avalanche – Dylan Cozens C

5. Los Angeles Kings – Bowen Byram D

6. Detroit Red Wings – Vasily Podkolzin RW

7. Buffalo Sabres – Cole Caufield RW

8. Edmonton Oilers Matthew Boldy LW

9. Anaheim Ducks – Kirby Dach C

10. Vancouver Canucks – Philip Broberg D

11. Philadelphia Flyers – Cam York D

12. Minnesota Wild – Alex Newhook C

13. Florida Panthers – Spencer Knight G

14. Arizona Coyotes – Trevor Zegras C

15. Montreal Canadians – Moritz Seider D

16. Colorado Avalanche – Peyton Krebs LW

17. Vegas Golden Knights – Victor Soderstrom D

18. Dallas Stars – Arthur Kaliyev RW

19. Ottawa Senators – Raphael Lavoie C

20. Winnipeg Jets – Matthew Robertson D

21. Pittsburgh Penguins – Ryan Suzuki C

22. Los Angeles Kings – Bobby Brink C

23. New York Islanders – Philip Tomasino C

24. Nashville Predators – Thomas Harley D

25. Washington Capitals – Samuel Poulin LW

26. Calgary Flames – Egor Afanasyev LW

27. Tampa Bay Lightning – Nils Hoglander LW

28. Carolina Hurricanes – Ville Heinola D

29. Anaheim Ducks – Tobias Bjornfot D

30. Boston Bruins – Connor McMichael C

31. Buffalo Sabres –Jakob Pelletier LW

– Ian Glendon is the Editor-In-Chief of Full Press Coverage and the Managing Editor of FPC NHL. He covers the National Hockey League. Like and follow on and Facebook.

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