In addition to NBCSN’s coverage on Friday, the first round of the draft can also be streamed on the NBC Sports app or by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial. MORE 2019 NHL Draft:SN’s final mock draft | Top 62 big boardNHL draft order: Round 1Pick Team1New Jersey Devils2New York Rangers3Chicago Blackhawks4Colorado Avalanche (from Ottawa)5Los Angeles Kings6Detroit Red Wings7Buffalo Sabres8Edmonton Oilers9Anaheim Ducks10Vancouver Canucks11Philadelphia Flyers12Minnesota Wild13Florida Panthers14Arizona Coyotes15Montreal Canadiens16Colorado Avalanche17Vegas Golden Knights18Dallas Stars19Ottawa Senators (from Columbus)20Winnipeg Jets21Pittsburgh Penguins22Los Angeles Kings (from Toronto)23New York Islanders24Nashville Predators25Washington Capitals26Calgary Flames27Tampa Bay Lightning28Carolina Hurricanes29Anaheim Ducks (from San Jose via Buffalo)30Boston Bruins31Buffalo Sabres (from St. Louis)You can find the complete order of picks for Rounds 2-7 here. Commencing over two days, the 2019 draft will be held at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.Here’s everything you need to know about how to tune in, including the start time and first-round draft order.MORE: Watch the NHL Draft live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)What channel is the 2019 NHL Draft on today?Round 1Date: Friday, June, 21Time: 8 p.m. ETTV channel: NBCSN, SN, TVASLive stream: NBC Sports appRounds 2-7Date: Saturday, June 22Time: 1 p.m. ETTV Channel: NHL Network, TSNNBCSN is planning to go live from Rogers Arena starting at 7:30 p.m. with its pre-draft show. Liam McHugh and Kathryn Tappen will host coverage alongside Pierre McGuire, Bob McKenzie, Craig Button and Darren Dreger. The second day of the NHL Draft (Rounds 2-7) can be found on NHL Network.Viewers in Canada will be able to watch the first round on Sportsnet and TVAS and the second round on TSN. The 2019 NHL Draft is almost here and while the Blues hoisted the Stanley Cup just over a week ago, the other 30 teams in the league already have their sights set on next season.The top prizes in this year’s draft are prospects Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko. The Devils hold the top pick in the draft and Hughes is presumed to be the player New Jersey’s leaning toward. The Finland native Kakko is expected to go second overall to the Rangers. After that, it’s anyone’s best guess.