The New York Islanders enter the second day of the 2022 NHL Draft without having made a selection yet. Alex Romanov was their prize from day one, as they sent the 13th overall pick to Montreal (as part of a three-way deal) for the 22-year-old defenseman.
Entering day 2, they still had lots to address with= these picks to use or trade:
- 2nd round: 65th (via COL)
- 3rd round: 78th
- 4th round: 98th (via MTL)
- 5th round: 142nd
- 6th round: 174th
On day 2 the picks move across quickly. We’ll eventually get posts up for each selection, but use this as your open comment thread to discuss the Isles and league-wide activity. There’s lots going on, with J.T. Miller still in play, some teams reaching tough points with their own free agents (Evgeni Malkin?), plus re-signings (Kris Letang, Marc-Andre Fleury).