Oilers, Habs and Leafs gun for No. 1 in NHL Draft Lottery Staff

4/10/2012 7:43:02 PM

With the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NHL Draft up for grabs, one lucky NHL team will go home with the evening's biggest prize when NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly reveals the draft order on the 2012 Scotiabank NHL Draft Lottery, exclusively on TSN NOW.

TSN's production of the 2012 Scotiabank NHL Draft Lottery can also be viewed on demand afterwards on

Daly joins host James Duthie and Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie for the show, which features representatives from each of the five teams eligible to win the first overall pick:

- Columbus Blue Jackets Executive Vice-President of Hockey Operations and GM Scott Howson

- Edmonton Oilers GM Steve Tambellini

- Montreal Canadiens Assistant GM Larry Carriere

- New York Islanders Director of Pro Scouting Ken Morrow

- Toronto Maple Leafs President and GM Brian Burke

This year, the Blue Jackets have the greatest probability of picking first overall in the NHL Draft.

Also in studio for the 2012 Scotiabank NHL Draft Lottery is TSN Scout Craig Button, who will project how the first 14 picks will unfold once the draft order is determined, while McKenzie ranks the consensus Top 10 prospects.  In addition, the show includes a feature on consensus No. 1-ranked prospect Nail Yakupov of the Sarnia Sting. complements TSN's coverage of the 2012 Scotiabank NHL Draft Lottery with a live blog, giving fans the chance to interact while the draft order is revealed, plus all the latest news, draft rankings and video at

TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto also focuses on the lottery tomorrow with afternoon drive show Cybulski and Company. Hosts James Cybulski and Bob Mackowycz are live from 4-8 p.m. ET and feature interviews with GMs in the running for the first overall pick. Leading into Cybulski and Company on Tuesday is a special radio edition of TSN The Reporters with Dave Hodge from 3pm-4pm ET. Hodge is joined by his esteemed panel of reporters including Toronto Sun's Steve Simmons, National Post's Bruce Arthur and Sports Illustrated's Michael Farber.
TSN also has live coverage of the 2012 NHL Draft in June.